In Loving Memory Of
Neil Pelletier
1953 - 2022

Dieppe – Neil Pelletier, 68, of Hospice SENB, Moncton, passed away on Tuesday, April 26th, 2022, surrounded by his love ones.

Born in Edmundston, NB, he was the son of the late Florent and the late Germaine (McLean) Pelletier.

Prior to retirement, he worked for DSS in Shediac for 32 years. Neil had a passion for motorcycles, fishing and dancing.

He is survived by his daughter, Sara Pelletier (Gino Gaudet); his son, Joseph Pelletier (Danielle Thériault); his grandchildren: Léo and Henry, who he loved very much; his brother, Joe Pelletier (late Doreen); his nephew, Louis; his friend, Dorrie Campbell, who was very supportive throughout his battle with cancer, many nieces and nephews and also by his cat, Prince.

He was predeceased by his wife, Lucille (Gagné) and by his sister, Suzanne Pelletier.

At Neil’s request, no visitation or funeral service will be held.

Burial at Saint-Anselme parish cemetery, Dieppe, will be held at a later date.

In his memory, a donation can be made to Hospice SENB.

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. I new Neil at work with DSS for a number of years, I enjoyed talking with Neil, he was a nice, friendly person and I would like to express my deepest condolences to his family and the friends he associated with during his rough time with cancer. God be with him

  2. my deepest sympathies to the family, I worked with Neil for quite a few years and he was one of the best, he was loved by many.

  3. Your father, Ginette and I always had a lot of laughs together in the computer room. We worked together for a long time in the same section. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Our deepest synmpathies to the family . We worked with Neil and he was great guy! We shared many a good times together. He will be remembered fondly.

  5. My deepest sympathy to his family and his special friend. Neil was a true gentleman to all who knew him. He will be missed by all who knew him. I also work at DSS and enjoyed working with Neil.

  6. It is with great sadness that I learned of Neil’s passing. He had a subtle sense of humour, alway the gentleman who loved his motorcycle. Working with him indirectly at DSS, it was common to share coffee times and conversation. He will be missed. My condolences to family and friends.

  7. I was in touch with Neil a few times in the last while. He was so happy to be living with his son and his family, his happy place he called it. Neil will be greatly missed by so many people. He was such a kind person, taken way too soon. May he rest in peace! 🙏🙏🙏

  8. My deepest sympathy to Neil’s family and his special friend Dorie. Neil was a true friend to all who knew him. May He Rest In Peace.

  9. My deepest sympathy to the family and special friend Dorie. Neil was a true friend to all. I also worked at DSS.

  10. I was very sorry to hear of Neil’s passing. We both worked at DSS in Shediac and he really did love to dance. Please give my sympathies to his family, He was a very nice and kind man.

  11. We worked with Neil for many years. He was a great guy! Our deepest sympathies to his loved ones.

  12. Neil and I worked together for several years in Shediac. Neil always had an easy smile, a kind manner & a great sense of humour. We shared many laughs. I offer my sincere condolences to Neil’s family. He was truly a gentle man.

  13. Neil was such a gentleman and everyone liked him. He was the first one to come over to me and give me a hug when my Mum passed. He commented on pics of my grandson and I commented on his pics of his grandsons. He loved them so much! Rest well, Neil and go soar amongst the angels.

  14. So sorry to hear of Neil’s passing. Sending condolences to his family and close friends and trusting your good memories can help you through this most difficult time.

  15. My deepest sympathies to his family and his dear friends. I worked with Neil for many years and we had great laughs especially when I was learning to dance he was always there for you . Rest In Peace my dear friend.

  16. I knew Neil from DSS. He was a very much a gentleman. My condolences to his family.

  17. Neil was a wonderful man! I worked with him for years and thought he was such a nice gentleman! My sincere condolences go out to the entire family.

  18. My deepest sympathy to the family. We worked with Neil for many years. He was such a great person to work for.

  19. So sorry to hear of Neil’s death. He was a friend and dance buddy. And always friendly and patient! He will be missed! My condolences to all his family and friends.

  20. Sara, Gino, Joseph, Danielle, Léo, Henry, Joe, Louis, all other family members and friends:

    I wish to express my sincere condolences to you all. Neil was a very nice person. I had worked with him at DSS.

    May you all find the strength and courage to get through this very difficult period.

  21. My deepest sympathies to Neil’s family and friends. I knew Neil from my hometown of Madawaska, Maine, and we shared friends and a lot of good times. I remember him as kind, fun-loving and very loyal to his friends. He will be dearly missed.

  22. Our Deepest Sympathies to the family , Neil was like a big brother to us growing up. Lived across the Street from them . His sister Suzanne was my age a good friend . We considered them cousins . Sharing the same last name Pelletier . So sorry for your loss R.I.P. Neil

  23. Sending my sincere condolences to Neil’s beautiful family, I knew Neil at work a true gentleman and so very kind, so happy to hear that Dorrie was there for him…… true friends always xo

  24. I’m so sorry to hear about Neil’s passing.
    I loved Neil very much and I will always remember all of our telephone conversations that we had over the years. The past year was always about
    Joseph and Sara and his two little grandkids. I will miss him very much.

  25. Mes plus sincères condoléances à la famille et à Dorrie. En plus de travailler avec Neil au DSS, je l’ai croisé à plusieurs reprises aux cours de danses de Mary Cain. Toujours calme et très gentil.

  26. Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your father, Neil.
    I met Neil during my sophomore year in High School. We shared many firsts during our five years together. We lost touch over the years only to finally reconnect via email late last year. I’m so grateful we had a chance to catch up and fill each other in all that has happened over the 40+ years. It was clear how deeply Neil loved his family and adored his two young grandsons. Neil was kind, fun and one of the best people I’ve ever known.
    May he Rest in Peace.

  27. My deepest condolences Neil was a great human being, polite and respectful alway. I also worked with him at DSS and extend my sympathy to his entire family as well as extended family. May he rest in peace.

  28. I worked with Neil at DSS in Shediac. He was a very nice guy and was always very friendly. He will be missed for sure. My sincere sympathies to his family and friends. So so sorry for your loss.

  29. I am very sorry to hear about Neil’s passing. I always found Neil to be a good caring person. I have many good souvenirs of Neil. He will be missed by many, mostly his children and grand-children.

  30. To Neil’s family, My sincerest condolences on your lose. I lived across the street from Neil- in Madawaska. I am also his age and even though Neil was only home (on the most part) in the summer, I new him well. The whole Pelletier family was like a second family to me. Suzanne was like a little sister…I miss them all very much…as I’m sure you do too. A Dieu Neil and may you have a happy reunion with your family in God’s Kingdom-hugs to them for me..

  31. To Neil’s family…
    So very sorry for your loss. Neil was my cousin and I have many fond memories of him, Joey and Suzanne along with his parents, my Uncle Florent and Aunt Germaine at our family camp at Long Lake. So many happy times…may he rest in peace.
    Jo Ann (Paradis) Levine

  32. I am very sad to hear of Neil’s passing. Neil was my long time hometown friend. We shared many experiences growing up , some best left unsaid! Reading about Neil’s enthusiasm for motorcycles reminded me of the first motor cycle he ever owned. It was a used bike that barely started. The first time he transported it home, he nearly ran into a telephone pole and ended up causing lawn damage after losing control of the bike. I regret not staying in touch with Neil over the years. It gives me great pleasure to read Neil was blessed with a loving caring family and friends. May you Rest In Peace my dear friend!

  33. My deepest sympathy to Neil’s family. Neil was a very close friend during our teenage years in Madawaska. He was a great caring, fun-loving friend. We made numerous trips to Long Lake, staying overnight at his camp. Joseph, we briefly met at this camp when you were about 2 years old. Neil was so happy and proud to be a dad. Unfortunately, college and work careers moved us away from each other and at some point, we lost contact. I am sad that we never reconnected before his passing. He will be dearly missed! I hope Neil’s love for family and friends can provide strength during this difficult time.

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