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Stephane E. Veilleux

February 22, 1969 ~ September 10, 2018 (age 49)

Stephane E. Veilleux passed away unexpectedly as the result of a heart attack on September 10th, 2018 although he was in good general health with no existing heart problems. He was employed with DMC Drywall Systems, his brother's company, and was in good spirits that morning but at break time he suddenly collapsed becoming unresponsive. Stephane received immediate assistance from his co-workers who notified his brother of his collapse and performed CPR until paramedics arrived. Thankfully, he was not alone and he did not suffer. Stephane's wife and family are deeply grateful to the men that were with him during his final moments as they rushed to his aid,  then meticulously gathered Stephane’s prized tools, securing them and his vehicle until later when they brought it back to NH. They then proceeded to the hospital, where they sat in genuine, concerned quiet support of Stephane’s wife and brothers. 

 Stephane was born in St. George, Quebec on February 22, 1969. The first of four sons born to Jean Guy and Rose; he was raised and educated in St. Benjamin until 1986 when the family moved to New Britain, Connecticut. It was during this four year time frame that he began his 33 year career as an expert Carpenter under the direction of his father and Uncle Simon. Stephane returned to Canada where he lived and worked for the next ten years. He worked on numerous job sites; including building homes for the native Inuit people on the frigid, northern tip of Canada, honing his carpentry skills and gaining life experience.

   Upon returning to the United States he lived in and around the Nashua area until meeting his future wife Jerene in 2003 while celebrating his 34th Birthday at Jimmy’s sports bar in Hudson, NH. Stephane and Jerene were inseparable from that day on and were married the following Valentine’s Day of 2004.  During their 15 years together, the happy couple made homes in Derry and Litchfield enjoying time with family, friends and their beloved fur kids: Scoo-B, Daphne, Homer, Buster, Boomer, Ash, Poillu, Fonzi and his wife’s horses.

   Stephane enjoyed spending time with his God children, nieces, nephews and family members. He preferred quiet times being at home with his wife and dogs, watching movies and TV, especially the history and discovery channels or sports related talk shows and games. He was a loyal fan of all the New England sports teams except for Hockey. Stephane was a Montreal Canadiens fan and took great pride in his beloved HABS sucess.

He was a private man of few words but his sincere actions, honesty and hard work spoke volumes of his character. He was uncommonly kind, had a heart of gold and a pure, forgiving spirit. He was Proud, Selfless, Loyal to a fault and dedicated in all aspects of his life. He was humble, intuitive and unconditionally loved by his wife, Family and Friends. Stephan was amazingly attentive and devoted to his wife. He LOVED his Family, God-Children and Cherished his dogs. He will be fondly remembered, deeply loved and forever missed by them.

He is survived by His Adoring Wife: Jerene Kloucek-Veilleux and their four-legged fur babies (dogs):  Buster and Boomer (cats): Poillu, Fonzi and Ash; His Loving Parents Jean Guy and Rose (Perras) Veilleux of St.Prosper, Quebec; His Beloved Brothers and Sisters-in-Laws Eric Veilleux of St. George, Quebec;  Maiko Veilleux and Patti Wilson of Hudson, NH; Carl Veilleux of Hudson, NH; Anna Veilleux of Palm Coast, Fl;  God-daughter Isabella Leonardo of Townsend, Ma; God-son/nephew: Wylliam Veilleux of St. George, Quebec; nieces and nephews: Sabrina, Alex, Emily, Brian, Cassandra, Elizabeth, Juliette.

 

Calling Hours will be on Friday, September 21st from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at The Dewhirst & Boles Funeral Home, 80 Broadway (Rte. 28), Methuen, Mass 01844, 978-687-1333

 

In Lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in his name for the future benefit of his God children:

St. Mary’s Bank
c/o Stephane Veilleux Donation Fund
Member No. 27329630
3 Winnhaven Drive
Hudson, NH 03051
603-669-4600


Donations may be made to:

St. Mary's Bank, c/o Stephane Veilleux Donation Fund
3 Winnhaven Drive, Hudson NH 03051
Tel: 1-603-669-4600


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