Raymond G.A. Pelletier 12/15/2017

Posted by on Dec 16, 2017 in Obituaries | 2 comments

Weymouth- Raymond G.A. Pelletier, age 95,  Weymouth Firefighter, entered into eternal life on December 15, 2017.  Ray was born and raised in Fall  River, and has lived in Weymouth since 1956. Mr. Pelletier  retired as a first class Petty Officer from the US Navy  after 21 years, having served in both WWII and  the Korean Conflict. Ray joined the Weymouth fire department in 1963 until 1983. He also worked for the former Hanson Wayside Furniture Store and also at Cabot Furniture, both in Weymouth.   Mr. Pelletier was a ventriloquist featured on several tv shows including the Ed Sullivan Show. He belonged to the Weymouth Elks, American Legion Dalton Post in Holbrook, VFW post 1399 in Weymouth, Weymouth Eagles aerie 2899, and  DAV chapter 29 in Braintree and he loved dancing, woodworking, playing musical instruments, and swimming.  Beloved husband of 52 years to the late Catherine C. (Donovan). Devoted father of Raymond “ Buddy” and his wife Rosemarie of Northfield, Vermont. Thomas and his wife Diane of Onset, Brian and wife Janet of Pembroke, Garry  and his wife Nancy of Pembroke, Patricia Aylward and her husband Steven of Watertown, Paul and wife Renee of Brownsville,Texas. Ray is survived by his longtime devoted companion Jeannette Dudley of Weymouth. Beloved brother of Laurette Pegden  and her husband Richard of North Kingstown, RI. Florence “Pinty” Berube and her husband Robert of Fall River, Lucienne “Tootsie” Cabeceiras   and her husband Joseph of Tiverton, RI., and the brother of the late Berthe, Gerard, Francis , Joseph and Armand  Pelletier. Loving grandfather  to 14 grandchildren including  the late Ronald Pelletier and  19 great-grandchildren.  Father- in- law of Linda Pelletier of  Woodbridge, Virginia. Funeral from the Clancy-Lucid Funeral Home 100 Washington St. Weymouth landing on Wednesday, December 20 at 9:15 am.  Funeral Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church, East Weymouth at 10:30am. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting hours on Tuesday from 2-4 and 5 unit 9 pm. Interment service in  Village Cemetery, Weymouth

2 Comments

  1. 12-22-2017

    Dear Pelletier Family,
    I was sorry to hear of Rays passing. I worked with Ray on the WFD for many years. He was always a gentlemen and a pleasure to work with. He was part of the greatest generation. I’ll never forget the first time I heard voices at the station it was Ray.

  2. 12-22-2017

    Dear Pelletier Family,
    I was sorry to hear of Rays passing. I worked with Ray on the WFD for many years. He was always a gentlemen and a pleasure to work with. He was part of the greatest generation. I’ll never forget the first time I heard voices at the station it was Ray.

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