Real "Ray" Paquette

  • Born: December 4, 1939
  • Died: February 5, 2019
  • Location: Littleton, New Hampshire

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Littleton, NH 03561

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REAL "RAY" PAQUETTE

LITTLETON, NH - Real "Ray" Paquette, 79, passed away Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at the Morrison Nursing Home in Whitefield, NH after a long illness.

He was born on December 4, 1939, the son of the late Antonio and Rose (Drouin)
Paquette.

Real was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother
and uncle and loving companion to Helen Dickinson.

He was a partner in a logging business and worked as a driver for the
Littleton Senior Center after retirement.

SERVICES -- There will be no calling hours. A Mass of Christian Rite will be held on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 11:00 AM at St Rose of Lima Church 77 Clay Street in Littleton NH, with The Very Reverend Mark E. Dollard as Celebrant.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Real Paquette, to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 26 Broadway, 14th Floor. New York, NY 10004 (jdrf.org) or The Senior Center at Littleton, 77 Riverglen Lane, Littleton, NH 03561.


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So sorry to hear this news. What a great man. Selfless, kind, honest and funny! I had the pleasure of working with him at the Littleton Area Senior Center some 15 years ago. He rescued me in a snowstorm one night- making sure I got home to my family despite how dangerous the road conditions were. I shall never forget his kindness that night. Not sure what would have happened if he wasn't there. Thank you Ray. Heaven has sure gained a shining star.

Posted by Faith Lafayette - Southwick, MA - Coworker   April 13, 2019

Hi Ray, blessings and gifts eternal for you in heaven, I'm sure . I had worked with Ray for 3 years in the Littleton Area Senior Center. He was a great gift . . . a real man, tough, always hard working, deeply thoughtful, intelligent, youthful and with great purpose. He was fun to work with and be around. I told him "You're a good guy Ray and smart." Thanks for the info on the vans and so much more. As the info on the importance of being aware. As Ray said "It takes 100 or 200 years for a tree to grow, they should preserve the forests." I'll see you in heaven and thank you for being one of a kind, a great individual. I'll miss you for now. Sincerely, Jeff Norton

Posted by Jeff Norton - West Burke, VT - Coworker   February 17, 2019

I miss you Dad. But, I know you will continue to guide me and give me strength. Rest in Peace in God's arms. Your work is done. I love you.

Posted by Corinne - Pittsburg, NH - Daughter   February 13, 2019

Hi Dad, You've been gone from us a week now and it already feels like a lifetime. I know that your pain is over and that you fly high! But I do miss you

Posted by Rachel Poulin - Lyndonville, VT - Daughter   February 12, 2019

A great friend for almost 10 years. Many have been touched by his stories and friendship. He will missed.

Posted by Robert Moore - Lisbon, NH - Friend   February 10, 2019

RIP little brother! I love you! Your big sister, Suzanne

Posted by Suzanne Madore - Pittsburg, NH - Brother   February 10, 2019

my condolences to Andy and Suzanne , thoughts and prayers. Maurce and Maria Thibeault

Posted by Maurice Thibeault - Haverhill, MA - Family Friend   February 09, 2019

To Helen and Corrine. I did not know Ray, but I know you both and he received a lot of love and care from you all. I am thinking of you.

Posted by Kathleen Smith - Littleton, NH - Friend   February 09, 2019

Johanne , Rachel et Corinne, mes sympathies , bonne route mon oncle xx

Posted by France Vallee - Magog, canada - Family   February 08, 2019

A loving and caring man who will be missed by so many.
My condolences to Helen and the family.

Posted by Shirley Smith - Lyman, NH - Friend   February 08, 2019


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A great friend for almost 10 years. Many have been touched by his stories and friendship. He will missed.
I miss you Dad. But, I know you will continue to guide me and give me strength. Rest in Peace in God’s arms. Your work is done. I love you.