Kenneth Roland Lozeau

  • Born: November 2, 1940
  • Died: February 4, 2020
  • Location: Littleton, New Hampshire

Pillsbury Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium

101 Union St
Littleton, NH 03561

Tel. (603) 444-3311

Tribute & Message From The Family


KENNETH ROLAND LOZEAU

Kenneth Roland Lozeau of Littleton, NH, died unexpectedly on February 4, 2020 at the age of 79 after a ski race in Franconia. Ken was the
middle child of Aurele and Lucille (Deschenaux) Lozeau of Nashua, NH, born November 2, 1940 and graduated from Nashua High School, class of
1958.

Ken served his country in the Army and was stationed in Korea in 1965. He married the love of his life, Sandra (Bellavance) and together they
lived in Nashua then Exeter, NH. Ken worked as a mechanical engineer at Watts Fluidair in Kittery, ME. for 30 years and retired in 2003, when he
and Sandy moved to Littleton, NH. It brought them closer to the mountains that they loved. Along with many old friends and new, they
enjoyed retired life outdoors; hiking, biking, kayaking and skiing. Ken enjoyed a humble life but never backed away from a challenge. He
could fix almost anything or at least believed that he could. He had a tool for everything and if he didn't, he would make one. He was a
great athlete and competed in many races from cycling, canoeing, and team triathlons, but his biggest love and most successful racing career was
in skiing. He and Sandy hiked all the 4000 footers and he spent over 25 years as a certified PSIA teaching skiing and race clinics at
Tenney and Cannon Mountain. He finally gave up teaching to enjoy skiing weekdays in retirement with Sandy and weekends ski racing in
the Masters Series. In his spare time, he served with Chore Core and Habitat for Humanity. He was always there to help with anyone who
needed it.

Ken is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Sandy, two children, Martha Benson and her husband Eric, Jody Lozeau and his wife Ann, and
three amazing grandchildren, Emma and Hannah Benson and David Lozeau. He also is survived by two sisters, Jackie Soucy of Nashua and Connie
Derosier of Minnesota. Ken took great pride in his grandchildren, happily attending many games, recitals, plays and ski races to support
them. He was a faithful parishioner of St. Rose Parish in Littleton, a loyal friend, mentor and father figure to anyone that knew him, and
will be sorely missed.

SERVICES -- Memorial calling hours will be Sunday 3-5pm, February 9th at Pillsbury Phaneuf Funeral Home. A funeral mass followed by a luncheon will be
on Monday, February 10th at St Rose of Lima Catholic Church at 10:30 am with The Very Reverend Mark E. Dollard as Celebrant. Both are in Littleton, NH.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Alzheimers Association, Habitat for Humanity, or New England Masters Ski Racing Foundation.