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Aime Pelletier

Aime Pelletier

Sunday, August 10th, 1941 - Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020
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Pelletier, Aime - It is with great sorrow that the family announces the death of Aimé Pelletier at the Temiskaming Lodge in Haileybury on June 22, 2020 at the age of 78 years.

Aimé is survived by his loving wife Diane (Gauthier) of 52 years and his children: Michèle, Martin (Karen), Daniel (Joanne) and Lianne (Alexandre). He is also survived by his brothers Marc (Roxan) and Réjean (Claudette), as well as by his sister Marielle Scott. He will be fondly remembered by his cherished grandchildren: Joshua, Sébastien, Aimée, Stéphane, Magali and Katia. He was predeceased by his father Norbert (1973), his mother Marguerite (2011) and his brothers Guy (2005) and Claude (2003).

He worked for Northern Telephone for 32 years and was actively involved in the community as Commanding Officer of both 2344 Army Cadet Corps and 536 Air Cadet Squadron. He was also founding Commanding Officer of 355 Air Cadet Squadron in Englehart. Aimé also enjoyed fishing, gardening and spending time with his grandchildren.

The family would like to thank the staff at the Temiskaming Lodge for going above and beyond in caring for Aimé during the final stages of his life in these unprecedented and challenging times.

In keeping with Aimé’s wishes, cremation has taken place at Lakeview crematorium, Haileybury. A Funeral Mass will be held at a later date. Donations in memory of Aimé can be made to the Temiskaming Lodge and will appreciated by the family. Condolences and contributions may be left at www.buffamleveille.com.
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Robert Patenaude

Posted at 01:16pm
Diane, et a la famille....
Nous vous souhaitons des énergies et l espérance.
Prenez soin, courage.
Famile Bernadette et Robert Patenaude
N.B. nous l apprenions la semaine dernière
Aimé repose en paix!!!
JM

John R. Middleton

Posted at 12:55am
I was saddened to read about Aime's passing this evening. He was a great influence on me when I was a member of the 2344 Algonquin Regiment Army Cadet Corps from 1986 to 1989. My time with the Corps prepared me, in part, for my service in the Canadian Armed Forces, where I will soon be starting my 24th year of service. I recognize and appreciate the impact that Aime had on my life. My condolences to the family.
BS

Bruce Saville

Posted at 06:30pm
I was from Mississauga and I took a job as Manager of Programming at Northern Tel in May of 1974.
The very first person I met on my first day was Aime Pelletier.
Aime was always helpful, friendly and cheerful.
I enjoyed working with Aime for my 2 years in New Liskeard.
My condolences to his family.
Bruce A. Saville
NW

Nicole Willett

Posted at 11:48pm
My condolences. I had the honour of being a cadet when Aime (Capt Pelletier) worked with the Army Cadets. I would go on to serve 22 years with the military and can say for certain those early years in cadets helped lay the foundation for my career path. My thoughts are with your family and friends.
JL

Julie Lafond

Posted at 11:04pm
Diane and family
our heartfelt sympathy on the of your husband and father Aime.

Real and Julie Lafond
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