Several EVG readers have spotted these flyers in locations on East Third Street between Avenue A and Avenue B... with several posted outside No. 160.
The family of Peter Schedler is looking for information about his whereabouts last Friday night or Saturday morning. (Peter's brother Spencer, who wrote the note, gave his OK for us to repost the flyer).
The note reads:
"I am looking for any information regarding my brother Peter... and his activities in the building last Friday night and Saturday morning. If you saw him, heard from him, or heard anything that evening, it would be an extreme comfort to know. There is no criminal investigation, and we are not looking for anyone to blame. Absolutely no authorities will be involved. As I am unable to speak with him, I just want to know any details that you may have to help fill me and my family on his whereabouts that night.
Even if you think it was insignificant but you heard or noticed something, please contact me. It would be greatly appreciated and help our family who dearly loves him. Thank you for your help."
Spencer's email address is email@example.com.
Peter, who had worked as a senior executive for Live Nation, Warner Music Group and and Sony/ATV Music Publishing, among others, was found dead on Saturday morning. He was 39. His obituary is published here.
"Peter will be remembered for being passionate about whatever he set his mind to and his big ideas. There was very little that he did not hold a strong opinion on. He certainly lived his life to the fullest during his 39 years, with a wide network of friends from all walks of life. His outgoing, loyal and friendly personality will be immensely missed."
My sincere sympathy and condolences to the Schedler family. There's never a good time to lose a beloved family member, but (to me, at least) it always seems even more painful in a season where the emphasis is on family and festivities...
I knew Pete and he was a good man. His family is understandably having a very hard time with his loss. I live in the neighborhood but did not speak with him that night. I sincerely hope someone can provide the family with more information. Thank you for posting this.
Greatest condolences to his family. I hope they are able to find what they are looking for.
The vagueness here is staggering. No idea what happened from what is published in the flyer, and in this article. Would have no idea he was dead except for link to obituary.
Hard for anybody to know if they themselves may have any information that might be helpful, without there being any context at all.
I think they're trying to figure out who he may have been with or what he was doing to give them some clues to what happened. It's vague because they don't know anything. I hope they learn something. So sorry to hear.
I am one of Peters best friends. The family and flyer are vague bc we still don't really know what happened to him. It is a devastating loss and we all only want to piece the night together. The family would just find comfort from any tiny bit of information that may make sense of this tragedy. Thanks for posting and to anyone that can help!
I am hoping the authorities can interview the neighbors in his apartment building and perhaps they may have some information?
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