Phillip David Drapeau

Vero Beach, Florida


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Phillip David Drapeau, 80, passed away at home in Vero Beach, Florida on October 30th, 2018. He is survived by his wife, Sandra Drapeau, his 6 children, Scott Drapeau, Denise Drapeau, Jeff Drapeau, Jennifer Manor, Sandra Drapeau, David Drapeau; his 12 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild....

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Much love to my aunt and cousins, and extended family, as you navigate this loss. Every memory I have of Phil, he's smiling or laughing. Love, Susan

To Sandy, Jennifer, Denise and the Drapeau children; I am feeling so sad for your loss. My sympathy to all. Can't even tell you how much fun Chuck and I had every time we got together at the various parties. Too many to mention. We had a great group of partiers. Sandy, I also enjoyed our time working together at Cooper & Hall. Phil was part of our lives back then. It's been a while. But we don't forget. If you need anything, please let me know. I will help if I can. Love, Jackie...


Although it has been quite some time since I've seen Phil, the news of his passing is a loss that is difficult to comprehend. As a rising community banking leader, Phil gave another local boy his opportunity and in the process became a mentor and friend. He had a gift in being able to maneuver successfully within the corporate world while still remaining the Phil that we all knew and loved. I enjoy many fond memories of our times working together and will always miss him.

To the Drapeau Family: Sorry to hear about your loss and to give a short message that I shared with my friends. President of the first bank I worked for, the Rochester Savings Bank and Trust Company, Phil was a wonderful person to work for and exemplified what a community banker should be. He was a unique person who loved life and banking. God speed Phil Drapeau!.

I am so sorry for your loss. I am keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

God bless,
Penny Henderson

Sandy, I was saddened to hear of Phil's passing. He was a great boss, friend and mentor in my early career. I think of him often. I'll hold you in my thoughts and prayers going forward.

A Mentor, leader and friend, to whom I owe much! RIP, Phil....

Denise and family,
I am so sorry to hear of your recent loss. Prayers and thoughts are with you all at this diffucult time.

So many memories of this unique guy...always a smile, and everyone's friend. To all the family, sorry I can't be there on Friday. I am thinking of you all with love and joy for having known Phillip.