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Gary P. Rochelo

FORT WAYNE, IN Gary P. Rochelo, 58, of Fort Wayne, passed away on July 23, 2012. Gary was the son of Edward and Julia Rochelo and was born in Pittsfield, Mass. During his time growing up he was known as a warm and happy, spirited guy who was very quick with a joke. Youngest of five children, he was the apple of all. He graduated from Pittsfield High School and later Berkshire Community College with an associate degree in Engineering. He went on to get a BA from Purdue University in mechanical engineering. He worked for International Harvester, then Eastman Kodak Company for over 20 years. Gary's humor and love for his children carried him through to the end of his journey on earth.

He was married to Pamela J (Oberlin) Rochelo in Fort Wayne, IN Oct. 24, 1981, and they had celebrated their 30th Wedding Anniversary. Survived by two children, Lucas Rochelo of Fort Wayne and Shelby Rochelo of Noblesville, IN; two step-children, Cathy (Patrick) Wolfe of Noblesville, and Matthew (Gretchen) Winebrenner of Fort Wayne; six grandchildren, Anthony, Alexandra, Austin, Addison Winebrenner, and Christopher and Johnathan Wolfe; brothers, Edward (Beverly), William (Connie), and Donald (Donna) Rochelo from the Pittsfield, Mass., area; nieces and nephews, William Jr., Michael, Mark Rochelo, and Duane Foisey, Dawn Stedman, Chrystal Desnoyers, and Gary Stickels.

Gary was predeceased by his wife, Pamela Rochelo, of Fort Wayne, on Jan. 29, 2012; sister, Margaret Stickles, his mother, Julia Rochelo, and father, Edward Rochelo, from the Pittsfield Area, and nephew, Jason Rochelo, from Biddeford, Maine.

MEMORIAL NOTICE: Memorial Mass will be held to celebrate his life on Aug. 11, 2012, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Jude Catholic Church, 2130 Pemberton Dr., Fort Wayne, IN.

A very special thank you for the loving, gentle, and quality care provided by Heartland Hospice of Fort Wayne.
Published in The Berkshire Eagle on July 31, 2012
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