Joseph L. Peck
Joseph L. Peck died suddenly in his home on Martha’s Vineyard on March 2. He was 53 years old. Joe was born in New York and worked there for many years as a photographer after college. He always spent a great deal of time in Aspen and eventually made it his permanent home in the 1990s. He owned the store Kristen of Aspen for many years before starting his own clothing company.Joe had a passion for skiing fast and loved to ski top-to-bottoms on Spar Gulch all day long. He also loved the Aspen social scene and was a fixture at Mezzaluna and the Caribou Club.He is survived by his wife, Sheila-Katherine, and son Tain of Vineyard Haven, Mass.; his mother, Helen, of Scarsdale, N.Y.; his sister Mary Ellen Rogers (Peter) and brother Robert Peck (Paula), both of New York and Aspen; and his niece Alex Kendrick (Scott and Cooper) of Aspen. He will be missed by his many local friends.
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