Obituary for Peter Jocis | Christian Funeral Home
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Peter Jocis

October 16, 1944 ~ October 1, 2019 (age 74)

Peter Jocis, cherished husband of Gudrun.  Devoted father of Lina Schwartz, and father-in-law to Marc Schwartz.  Loving brother in law to Dzehva Grabicanin.  Adoring uncle of Paul and Melanie.  Beloved member of the Maser and Eleksis famlies.  Caretaker of loving companions Mollie Bleu and Finnie Mac.

 

Peter Jocis - Loving Husband and Father

 

LOVE, the source of energy, power and creation.  The beauty of Love is that in giving it away you are left with more than you had before.  Frequency of vibration. Timeless concepts towards evolutionary sustainability and survival. 

If there is one thing, just one thing that we know and can say about Peter is that he was born with a powerful gift of LOVE… for this planet, for others, for the souls of humanity, and for his family.  His love was so powerful, it often left him tongue tied because the depths of it were so deep that you had to feel to understand, think to see, and then look into the brilliance of his crystal clear blue eyes to see his soul touch others.

Peter had an unquenchable passion and thirst for knowledge and understanding, he was a seeker and an eternally restless soul.  Always looking to the Universe to unlock the mysteries of life, energy, and spirit. In his heart of heart’s he would always say "we are all one with the universe.”

He was a brilliant man, with a brilliant mind...As a young man he met Dr. Fry, his mentor, who continued to help open his passion for space technology and to race yet further into the future, with understanding that clean abundant energy for the world was/and is now a reality.

Peter Jocis, the ROCK, had power, strength, brilliance, and a mind thinking so far ahead of the curve of time, that he was often misunderstood…however his heart, mind and soul, came from love.  He had so much love for the earth, nature, animals artistic expressions, creativity and painting beautiful landscapes, and he had a knack for having fun in life, from swimming, working out with weights, tai chi and kicking on his balance beam, keeping his body in top shape, jumping and diving off cliffs and waterfalls, exploring nature with his wife and daughter, boating, basking in the sunlight, exploring white sand beaches,  snorkeling and diving in crystal blue waters, to jumping  from the highest peaks of the Michigan Dunes,  Peter knew how to live and enjoy, he could play, and he lived fully when he was physical.

As he was nearing the end of his life, actually one week before, he was looking out his window -  he was home, with a big bowl of berries, he loved fruit, Lina said to him,

" I will miss you dad," he said “why?”, Lina said because" I love you", he said to Lina “I am here, I am everywhere and I always will be”.  He knew that matter, particles and himself were a part of a much larger Universe, a world so big, so beautiful, he was and is that Universe. 

He is everywhere now, and he is here.

 

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