GOLDING, Peter

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GOLDING, Peter

Canada (1950-2016)

Last updated: May 25, 2018 at 2:16 am

Writer; photographer; Editor of Vancouver-based DIVER Magazine; former Editor of Pacific Diver; played a diver in the 1970s movie The Neptune Factor (1973) starring Ernest Borgnine but the scene was left on the cutting room floor.

From Peter’s obituary | Vancouver Sun | September 2, 2016
Peter held a lifelong fascination with the underwater world and was a consummate aquanaut and wordsmith. He was a freethinker who walked softly through life believing less is more. A loving father and husband, Peter was an insightful man with a curious mind, always a good listener, and possessing a sharp wit which delighted those around him. A dedicated family man, he met the challenges of life and never lost his focus to encourage and openly love his family in the many adventures they sought.

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