Sherman B. ‘Peter’ Chace, Formerly of Quogue, Dies November 2 - 27 East

Sherman B. ‘Peter’ Chace, Formerly of Quogue, Dies November 2

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Sherman B. "Peter" Chace

authorStaff Writer on Dec 5, 2022
Sherman B. “Peter” Chace, formerly of Quogue, died peacefully on November 2 in Escondido, California. He was 90. He was born in San Francisco on December 7, 1931, to Henry... more

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