Raymond L. Pelletier
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DOVER - Raymond Lionel Pelletier, 65, of West Dover, died April 29. He was born June 21, 1948 in Rumford, ME, to the late Raymond Lionel Pelletier Sr. and Ellen (Boyle) Pelletier. He is survived by his loving wife of 13 years, Tallu (Meade) Pelletier, and best friend of 40 years, Clifford Bouchard, of Dover; one brother, John (fiancée Martie), of Newnan, GA; two sisters, Patricia (Max) deWardener, of Exeter, RI, and Michelle (Jose) Taboada, of East Greenwich, RI; three step-children, Jesse Hampshire and David Haight, of Dover, and Katelyn (Nathan) Vervynckt, whom he loved and adored, of South Bend, IN; and three step-grandchildren that he was so proud of, Nolan and twin girls Avery and Shae. He would smile so brightly at the mention of their names. He leaves many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by three brothers, Norman, Robert, and Frank, and a stepson, Bryan Hampshire.

Mr. Pelletier was a kind, gentle soul. He came to the Deerfield Valley in the early ‘70s. He worked at Deerfield Valley Supply, Fennessey’s, Deacon’s Den, and the Mount Snow Training Center for many years. He was a man of all trades always willing to help anyone who needed it. He will probably be remembered by most for traveling Route 100 from West Dover to Wilmington and back again, at least 20 times a day.

He was loved by many and he will never be forgotten.

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