Peter Gold Death, Obituary – We would like to express our sincerest condolences to Peter Gold’s family and friends on the passing of this much-loved and respected member of our volunteer community. On behalf of everyone here at Volunteers of America, we extend our condolences to Peter Gold’s family and friends. Peter has been an active participant in our club for a significant amount of time spanning a number of years. He makes it a priority to schedule time off from work on a regular basis so that he can travel all the way from Adelaide to Bordertown in order to participate in the gatherings of our club.
He goes above and beyond what is required of him in order to be of assistance to our relatively humble organization. He was filled with an extraordinary amount of enthusiasm not only for the game but also for all of the other people who were involved in it. When he and our good friend Phil offered to assist us, in addition to their already long-term service to Murray Bridge Speedway, we gladly accepted their assistance and asked what they would like to do for us. This was in addition to the fact that they had already been serving Murray Bridge Speedway for a long time. In addition to the fact that they had already been providing service to Murray Bridge Speedway for a considerable amount of time, this was a new development.
Peter mentioned that he had a desire to continually take on new challenges, and he inquired as to whether or not there was a chance that he could become the main flag marshal and the race starter. He also mentioned that he had a desire to constantly take on new challenges. Peter stated that he always wanted to take on a new challenge, whereas Phil’s desire was to remain infield on the crash crew and add valuable experience to the team. Peter’s desire to take on a new challenge contrasts with Phil’s desire. Phil couldn’t wait to add that experience to his resume.
We were overjoyed to have the opportunity to give him the chance to try his hand at something different, and as a direct result of our excitement, we decided to cast him in that role. He enjoyed himself tremendously while he was with us and, all things considered, he had a good time with the experience. All of those who were fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to know and love him will feel a profound sense of loss upon learning of his passing because he was such a gentle, humorous, and compassionate man… Friends, may you rest in peace.