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Peter Lanza: A Well-Liked Community Leader

Peter Lanza is well known in his community, presently holds a senior position with General Electric and has been described as well-liked by associates. However, Numerous scholarships allowed him to attend the New York Institute of Technology. Therefore, he reportedly enjoyed a lot of popularity and belonged to golf clubs at many institutions.

Before leaving the business in 2010, he had been employed by General Electric. Since the late 1980s and was one of the most significant scientists there. A source close to him said: “[He] is an accomplished mathematician, who has worked on problems of interest to both the military and to his company, GE.

Ptere Lanza a brilliant guy

He is a family man and very involved in his community. He was extremely well-liked by his colleagues.” A neighbour in Stamford, Connecticut, said: “He’s a wonderful guy. I mean, he’s smart, athletic -–I think his wife said he used to be an outstanding tennis player. I think they live in the house Peter grew up in, or at least. They did when we first met them many years ago. Also, they had a house cleaning service, and Peter would come back from work, and maybe he would help them. He was very nice, very friendly.”

The neighbour added: “I never saw him as an academic type. I remember talking about the family and how they had sports cars. I think he drove an expensive car to boot camp when he went into the army or something.”

Betsy Davis told the Hartford Courant that she was a history teacher at Newtown High School. When Lanza was a student in 1992. “Peter was quiet and unassuming,” she said. “He was someone who made an impression on his teachers.”

His son, Ryan Lanza, 24, graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2010 with a double major in history and theatre. [EDITOR: the year of Sandy Hook.] He did a stint as a substitute teacher at Newtown High School last year.


Peter Lanza, who is a complete musician, has worked for the company for more than 25 years. He is currently list as a senior scientist in GE corporate research and development.

In the 1990s, he was a program manager at GE’s Global Research Center in Niskayuna, NY. In 1992 he was awarded three patents by the U.S. Patent Office, including one for a laser device that might be use to treat cancer and another for a digital camera memory card.

Mr. Lanza has worked as a research fellow at the University at Albany, SUNY and the Madigan Army Medical Center in Washington, DC. He earned his Ph.D. in applied math from UAlbany’s school of science.

Mr. Lanza has appeared in a televised interview to discuss his book “The Big Picture.” The book is part memoir and part commentary on the nature of “art” and technology’s role in producing it.

In a 2009 Q & A with the New York Times, Mr. Lanza said: “I’m not sure I have a particular niche yet. I’m looking for opportunities. I’m optimistic about my future.”

“I like to write about math,” he added. “It’s the only thing I can write about that people will read.” [EDITOR: this article is quite interesting, as it tells us a lot about how math is used in the real world and is essential. In 2012, a young man was able to write a book about it and thus gain fame from it. Is this somehow related to what was going on in his life? Was he studying math? Was he involved with math at some point?]

In an interview with Spencer Soper on Huffington Post, Mr. Lanza talked about his view of the nature of “art.”

“I don’t see art as something that’s necessarily made by people who have a specific skill,” Lanza says.

How do people know Peter, Lanza-

Mr. Lanza is know as a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Stamford. “He is well know in his community, presently holds a senior position with General Electric and has been describe as well-liked by associates.” Present parishioners said they have never seen him involved in any unusual activity.

“We take care of our own,” one church member said. “When you live in the same city, you know these people. We have a lot of families in this church, and I know of no one who thinks Peter Lanza belonged to any cult or that anyone at the church thinks he may have had involvement with Trish.”

A summary

Peter Lanza was a bright, talented math major and an accomplished musician. About 25 years of his career were spent as a scientist at General Electric. Playing tennis and golf, he maintains a busy life. He is a skilled author who is presently engage in research for a book on the nature of art.

Peter Lanza had a particular talent for math and would have been an excellent student had he pursue his math studies further. However, his life was cut short by something far worse than math and music – the ultimate fate of a child born in 2012. Perhaps, they were studying math, or maybe not. We will never know now.

He was not shot or beaten to death. However, His life was cut short in 2012 by a degenerative genetic disease common in the year 2012. He was killed by the time he had been born – then dragged into his grave wrapped in a shroud of lies that has protected his killers from punishment for three years running.

One dad and his son are the subjects of this tale. However, The men who killed them and the organizations that protect them from punishment after they commit the crime are the subjects of this story. This is the story of everyone who prevent the murderers from facing punishment and allow these men to go about their regular lives.

This is the account of a decade-long crime wave committ by government agencies and public health authorities. This crime wave is make possible by a militarised police force, the adoption of military technologies and techniques by civilian law enforcement, and a public that had been brainwashed into thinking that the only way to protect us all from the threat of “terrorism” was to refrain from questioning or opposing an increasingly authoritarian government.

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