In Memoriam : Romeo Perrault

Romeo Perrault Romeo Joseph Lucien Perrault - age: 86
(October 30, 1931 to October 09, 2018 )
Resident of Saco, Maine Port Richey, Florida

Visitation Information:
A graveside service with US Air Force Military Honors will be held in the future at New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen, NH.
Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral and Cremation 365 Main St, Saco, Maine are entrusted with his arrangements. Serving Veterans with Honor.

Obituary:
Saco, ME and Port Richey, FL - Romeo Joseph Perrault, 86, of Cherry Laurel Dr, Port Richey, FL passed away Tuesday October 9, 2018 at the Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough, ME.
He was born in Berlin, NH the son of George and Delvina (Fortier) Perrault.
Romeo attended local schools and served his country during the Korean Conflict in the US Air Force.
After his service to his country, he returned home and worked at Crown Vantage Paper in Berlin, NH, retiring in 1992.
Romeo will be remembered for his outgoing personality and his desire to entertain people and make them happy. Romeo was very active and enjoyed singing to French songs.
He was an avid hockey, golf and boxing fan. He also enjoyed biking and roller skating.
Romeo was a devoted husband and father to his family.
He is predeceased by his mother and father, brothers Roland, Robert, Ralph, Raymond and Laurier, and Sisters of Mercy Marguerite Perreault, Cecile Healey, Alice St. Martin, Therese Lacasse, Lorraine Morin, and Juliette Guilbeault.
Survivors include his wife of 63 years Claire (Charest) Perrault, 2 sons George Perrault and Marcel Perrault, 2 brothers Edgar Perrault and Louis Perrault, a granddaughter Mamie Perrault and many nephews and nieces.








Maryann Ingraham - October 10, 2018Contact this person Contact this person
Dear Claire, Marcel and George, Romeo was one of a kind. We will miss him here at the campground. He had an impact on so many folks who have stayed here. I enjoyed the stories of growing up in Berlin, and his stories of working at the paper mills, and my favorite stories of his love for the casinos. I have a special rock that he wrote his name on that he used to keep the coffee lid on when he would walk my cup up most days over many summers. I will keep it on my desk to remember him by.



    
 





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