In Memoriam : Daniel Cloutier
Daniel F Cloutier - age: 63
(November 06, 1956 to June 10, 2020
Old Orchard Beach, Maine
A graveside service will be held at St. Peters and Paulís Cemetery in Lewiston. The service will be private due to Covid 19 restrictions.
For those wishing to make memorial contributions in his Daniel's name please consider St. Dominicís Academy, 121 Gracelawn Rd, Auburn, Maine 04210 or to the Maine Cancer Society, 1 Main St, 3300 Topsham, Maine 04086.
Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral Home and Cremation, 365 Main St, Saco are entrusted with his arrangements. Condolences may be posted to www.dcpate.com
Old Orchard Beach, After battlling a long illness, Daniel F. Cloutier, 63 passed away Wednesday June 10, 2020 at the Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough.
He was born November 6, 1956 in Fort Bragg, North Carolina the son of Fernand and Lorraine (Provencher) Cloutier.
He attended local Lewiston schools and graduated from St. Dominicís Regional High School in 1975.
Daniel then graduated from Norwich University in 1979 with a degree in Criminal Justice and 4 year varsity Soccer player.
He spent his career working with at risk children through Harbors schools and Spring Harbor Hospital, He was also the Owner and Operator of Peaches Deli in Old Orchard Beach.
Daniel was a huge Sports and Fitness Enthusiast, enjoying all New England Sports and was an avid hockey player until the age of 60.
He is predeceased by his mother and father.
Survivors include a daughter Natalie Cloutier of Old Orchard Beach, 4 brothers David Cloutier and wife Elaine of Billerica, MA, Richard Cloutier and wife Mary, Gregory Cloutier and wife Carol of Old Orchard Beach, and Fernand Cloutier II and wife Maureen of Lewiston, 3 sisters Patricia Mayer and husband Paul of Fort Myers, Florida, Dr. Lise Cloutier and husband Steve Corson of Green, ME and Celeste Ledoux and husband Christopher of Portsmouth, NH, and 16 nieces and nephews and 3 Grand niece and nephews.
Donald Hamblett - June 12, 2020 Contact this person
This is truly a sad day for the Norwich Family along with the Cloutier clan. "Clouch" was one of the toughest and craziest "Maineac" I've had the honor of playing with. He's a man of many firsts: "First to a scrap, first to celebrate, first to hand you a beer, but most importantly first to take care of any child needing help!" Brother rest easy, I'll miss you and know I'll see you again! My thoughts and prayers to your family!
Alan Fletcher - June 14, 2020 Contact this person
Our heartfelt condolences to Pat and all her extended family on the loss of Dan. Our thoughts and prayers and with you all at this difficult time.
Deb Anthoine - June 15, 2020 Contact this person
On behalf of Saint Dominic Academy, we extend our most sincere condolences for Dan's passing. The St. Dom's community will keep Dan, his daughter, siblings, and all family and friends in our prayers. We wish you peace and comfort during this difficult time. God Bless
Celeste Chasse - June 15, 2020 Contact this person
Our sympathies to the entire Cloutier family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this time. May the loving memories of your brother forever be in your hearts. Love, Dan and Celeste Chasse
Gerald Dube - June 16, 2020 Contact this person
Condolences to all the Cloutier clan. Near or far our families have always been close at heart through the years. So many happy memories of Danny and all of you and our parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends at OOB and St. Dominicís. God Bless you all.
Ron Deschene - June 17, 2020 Contact this person
Sorry to hear of Dannyís passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love to all. Rest In Peace. GOD Bless. Ron & Allison Deschene