Peter-Charbonneau-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Flynn & Dagnoli-Montagna Home for Funerals-West Chapel - North Adams

Peter Ulysses Charbonneau

Dec 24, 1951 - Mar 18, 2014

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On behalf of the United States Submarine Veterans (USSVI), we offer our sincere condolences to Karen and all of Peter's family and friends as you mourn his passing. May God whisper peace into your hearts, comfort, and heal them. We are grateful for Peter's service to our country in the U.S. Submarine Service during the Cold War on the USS Nathanael Greene SSBN-636. To our “Brother of the Dolphin” we say … "Sailor, rest your oar. We have the watch. May you rest in peace and may God bless...

So sorry to hear of your loss. My wife Kim (nee Pine) & I just were talking of Pete & what a great guy he was. I searched again on the Internet to show her what I knew of him lately and were totaly confounded to discover this news.

You have my deepest sympathy. May good memories provide solace for you and your family during this challenging time and may God provide you with the assurance that you will see your loved one again. (John 17:3)

My dearest Karen and family',I can't tell you the terrible Loss all feel for all your family and friends. We have all wonderful memories. I could write for hours about the many crazy fun times. Karen I wish to god I could. Lesson your pain I know for all those who new you both you were a a Match made in heaven a special team and inspired all those who new you.

Our thoughts are with you during this very difficult time. We hope many happy memories will bring comfort to your family.

Peter is back with mom, dad,and Gaddeau. He was my Hector Protector and I miss him so very much too. I love you all-Karen, Megan, Lindsay, Caitlynn, Abbe, Zachary, Shannon, and Jacob. My door is always open and you can always call...

Megan and family,
Sorry to hear of your loss. Thinking of you and your family.

I am very sorry to hear this information and my thoughts are with Pete's family. Back when I first started at GE-Pittsfield, Pete lived in the rental house with me under the condition that he help me with understanding the Trident 2 system testing and coding. I learned alot from Pete and appreciated the understanding and help he provided to this day.

The photo couldn't be more perfect! That is how I will always remember Peter. Its been a long time, our kids are grown. You were always an inspiration to watch, parenting,your your brood. Always a smile. You will be missed. Much love to Karen & Family.

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Peter's Obituary

PETER U. CHARBONNEAU, 62, of 710 Hancock Rd., Williamstown, MA, died peacefully at his home on March 18, 2014.

 

Peter was born in Douglas, AZ, on December 24, 1951 the son of Dr. Ulysses Charbonneau and Dr. Manon ( Pettit) Charbonneau. He was a graduate of Colorado Academy. He...

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