Philip Louis Breault
formerly of Fitchburg
LUNENBURG, MA -- Philip Louis Breault set off on his final journey on January 20, 2013, at home, surrounded by his loving family. Philip was the son of Alexander and Rose Breault, born September 25, 1925. He was known as Louie, Dad, Grandpa, Great-Grampy, Uncle Louie or Uncle Pee Wee.
He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Lucille D. Breault (Rousseau) and children Laura (Dave) Boivin, Philip D. Breault, Leo (Tina) Breault and Jimmy (Lisa) Breault. He was the proud grandfather of Carrie, Leo, Josh, David, Shane, Amanda, Taylor, Tom, Melissa and John and great-grandfather to Brittany, Katelyn, Ryan, Brandon, Robert, Emily and Riley.
He and Lucille traveled to every state in the United States, every Canadian province and thru Mexico. Through all their travels, Alaska was where he felt most at home, visiting there 3 times. During WWII he served in the 21 Infantry Mass State Guard. He worked for multiple companies during the war years. His main career began when he joined IE Dupont, where he worked as a machinist, union steward, supervisor, manager. After retiring from Dupont he went on to a 10 year career working at Disney World in Orlando, FL until moving back to Massachusetts in 2006.
Philip leaves behind one brother, four sisters and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, one sister and two brothers.
BREAULT -- At his request, there will be no services. Final arrangements are being handled by Cremation Society of New Hampshire. As throughout his life, he wanted to be remembered as the hard working, fiercely defiant fighter for what he believed was right and a loyal family man. In lieu of flowers, family wishes donations to any of the many worthy elder care charities. The family would also like to thank Hospice for their assistance.
Published in Sentinel & Enterprise on Jan. 23, 2013