In Loving Memory Of
Frederic Pellerin
1943 - 2022

Dieppe – Frederic (Fred) Pellerin, 78, of Chartersville Road passed away unexpectedly on May 19th, 2022, at his stone quarry in Beaumont, New Brunswick.

He was born to parents Alfred and Alice Pellerin of Lakeburn in 1943.

Fred went on to attend Université de Moncton where he graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering. His tenacity enabled him to channel his education and entrepreneurial spirit into founding a company, where he became a 35-year veteran of the dimension stone quarrying and fabrication industry. Fred was a life-long learner and took pleasure in sharing that knowledge to apprentices in many forms, as well as his family. However, if you asked him his greatest success in life, he would tell you it was being a loving husband and father to his family- with whom he will be forever missed and loved.

Fred is survived by his loving wife of 48 years Judy Pellerin, as well as his two daughters, Eunice and Misa Pellerin. He is also survived by brothers Louis and Bill Pellerin, and sister Sylvia Pellerin. Those who knew him will miss his quick wit, sense of humour and ample words of wisdom.

At the family’s request, no visitation prior to the funeral, funeral mass will be held from Saint-Bernard’s RC Church, Moncton, on Tuesday, May 24th, 2022, at 11 am., with Father Charles Broderick officiating.

The family invites you to sign a book of condolences at:

Arrangements under the professional care of Passage – Chartersville Funeral Cooperative and Cremation Center, 363 Amirault Street, Dieppe, NB, (506) 857-1901.

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  1. Louis, Sylvia and Bill
    Our deepest sympathies to you and your families. We did not know him as we do you three, but he is up in Heaven having a very long political conversation with my dad. MayRest In Peace. Our prayers are with you all.

    Charline, Daniel Gallant

  2. I am fortunate to have met Fred in recent times. His generosity in donating the memorial stone for the Serenity Garden at Hospice’s Albert House was very much appreciated. I enjoyed our talks and his interest in the project. To his family and friends I am sorry for your loss.

  3. Dear Sylvia, my deepest condolences to you and your family for the loss of your brother.

  4. Dear Judy, Eunice, Misa

    My deepest condolences. I enjoyed Fred’s company, his knowledge, wisdom, and dry humor. I learned a lot from Fred on a wide range of topics.

    We spent many evenings standing at the counter, just talking and having a beverage. There were a few memorable New Year Eves as well.

    Fred will be missed by all.


  5. Especially to let you know that others share your sorrow and hope that time will somehow bring a brighter day tomorrow. Thinking of you with deepest sympathy.
    Brian Hildreth and Premela Bastarache

  6. Nos plus sincères condolélances a toute la famille

    Gisele et Jean Claude Cormier

  7. So sorry for your loss Judy and family, my deepest condolences.
    Fred was a very good friend to Paul .
    I’m sure they are together in heaven .

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