Normie J. Pelletier


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Portage Lake - Normie J. Pelletier, 83, died February 18, 2019 at Eagle Lake. He was born in Wallagrass March 2, 1935 the son of the late Josephel and Winnifred (Laferrier) Pelletier.
Normie attended the St. John, Perham and Washburn schools and was a member of The Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Portland. He was an iron worker, having been a member of Local #7 Ironworkers for over 32 years. Normie loved living at his home at Portage Lake and truly enjoyed the people and friendships of the Fish River Valley.
He is survived by his three sons Harry Pelletier of Connor, Dennis Pelletier of Yarmouth and Fredrick Pelletier of Washburn. Two brothers, Lewellyn Pelletier of Inverness, Fl. And Josephel Pelletier of Mapleton. Five grandchildren, five great grandchildren and a loving and supportive friend, Noreen McIntosh of Washburn.
Graveside services will be held in the spring at the Portage Municipal Cemetery. Arrangements by the Mockler Funeral Home, Caribou.
Published on February 20, 2019
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Ann Bushey
Feb 25, 2019
I am so sorry to hear that Norman has passed away...I have so many memories of the times Emile and I spent with him when we lived in Portage Lake...Sending prayers to you....
Boomer and Blyn Tilley
Feb 21, 2019
So sorry to hear of Normie's passing. He was a sweetheart and a good friend.
Dolores Tarbox
Feb 21, 2019
Dear Lew, Sonny your families and Noreen, I am so sorry for your loss! May God richly comfort you at this time. Only God helps in your loss everyday. Your parents were hard workers and very nice neighbors. I don't remember much about Normie, other that knowing he was your brother, Lew. In the 1990's I was working at Aroostook Testing Labs in PI and he came in to have his water tested.
Let God give you His peace, comfort and love every day!
Vern Boyce - East Hampton, Ct.
Feb 21, 2019
All in Normie's family: So sorry to hear of Normie's passing. How I remember him telling me of his many "ironworks" stories as he traveled throughout all of New England and beyond. An easy-going kind of man, Normie was a joy to be around and most interesting to talk with. He'll most certainly be missed by all who knew him. Sincere condolences to all in his family. May God bless....
Harry and Sharon Rideout
Feb 21, 2019
Our sincere sympathy to all of Normie’s family, as you grieve your loss, but also as you commemorate his life.
Blessings today and in the days ahead.
Denise (Dumond) Plourde
Feb 20, 2019
Fly High Normie the dog whisperer❤ You took care of our Maggie like no other🐶
Morgan , Marrainne Parker
Feb 20, 2019
I always like working with Normie, Great Man, He had many good stories about Life. He was a great Ironworker, he will be miss. My condolences to Rick , Harry, Dennis, and the family. RIP my friend.