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Obituary Information Our Beloved son, brother, friend, and colleague went into the presence of God just a few days ago in the early morning of February 7, 2023. Milwaukee Police Officer Peter Jerving was fatally wounded during an altercation with a suspect he was attempting to apprehend.
Peter was a huge sports fan, both watching and playing. He supported all the Wisconsin teams: Packers, Brewers, Bucks, etc. But he also was an avid sportsman himself, playing football, softball, golf, volleyball, MMA, boxing and even kickball with his MPD colleagues of District 4. He was silly, and charming, and playful. He loved his family and friends fiercely, especially his many nieces and nephews. And he loved serving as a police officer for the city of Milwaukee.
Peter Jerving will be remembered by his family and friends as one of the most dedicated and caring people we have had the privilege of knowing. It is with great sorrow that we now commit Peter to our Father in heaven and to his and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Officer Peter Jerving was 37 years old and a four-year veteran of the Milwaukee Police force. He leaves behind his mother and father Patty and Douglas Jerving, his four sisters Rachel Mikulovsky (Jerving), Rebecca Twito (Jerving), Katherine Priest (Jerving), Faith Ferra (Jerving), and two brothers Andrew “Drew” Jerving, and Jamison Jerving and all their significant others; and dear friend of the family Janel Slaughter.
Beloved also by many nieces and nephews and by several dear aunts, uncles and cousins including Laurel and Joe Rynes and family, Steven and LuAnne Jerving and family, Susan Grooms and family, Donna Tellas, and the family of Penny Blair.
Peter also leaves behind his girlfriend Megan Bradley whom we have all just recently come to know. Megan, we are sorry for your loss, and you remain in our prayers.
Officer Peter Jerving will also be missed by his brothers and sisters of the largest family in Milwaukee County, the City of Milwaukee Police, Fire and Rescue teams, and many others in the Service of our community.