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Official Obituary of: Donald Eloi Charlebois 04/04/2020

Donald Eloi Charlebois 04/04/2020

CHARLEBOIS, Donald Eloi

85, of North Attleboro, MA, originally from Attleboro, MA, died peacefully, at home, on Saturday, April 4, 2020. He was the beloved husband of 60 years to Anne (Leonard). He was the devoted son of the late Uderic and Leodia (Collette) Charlebois.  

 

Donald was a graduate of St. Joseph’s School, in Attleboro, Coyle High School, in Taunton and St. Francis University, in Loretto, PA. He was a brother of the Theta Kappa Phi fraternity. Donald ran the testing center for fire protection at Factory Mutual for 35 years. He served in the Army Reserves Military Police and was a member of the Knights of Columbus.    

 

He was the loving father to Peter (Beth) of Coventry, RI, Donald, Jr of Blackstone, John (Nancy) of Cape Elizabeth, ME and the proud grandfather to Krystallee, Zeth, Julia, Benjamin, Bowen and Hudson.

 

He was a dedicated brother to Rita Augat of Townsend, Roger Charlebois of Plainville and the late Jeanne Pion and Robert Charlebois.

 

Donald was a long time member of Sacred Heart Parish in North Attleboro where he taught CCD and volunteered for many years. He was honored with the Marian Award by the Archdiocese of Fall River for his service to the parish. He was also recognized for his outstanding charitable efforts with the Saint Vincent de Paul society. He was an assistant scoutmaster with Troup 30 of the Boy Scouts of America for many years.

 

He loved bowling and was an avid bowler with the Holy Name Bowling League. He and Anne loved camping and enjoyed camping trips with family and friends for almost their whole married life. 

 

Donald was a devoted and loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. He loved and enjoyed life and was loved by many. He will be missed always and forever held close in our hearts.

 

At this sad time there, unfortunately, cannot be visiting hours or a funeral mass. Burial will be at Mt. Hope Cemetery in North Attleboro.











 

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  • Sending love and hugs to Ann and family. Dr. Belsky and I loved Donald so much we always looked forward to see him in the office and we are so sad that we are no longer going to see and talk to our dear friend. Until 
    the last minute we were thinking and routing for him to get better, but in our hearts we knew he had to go and be at peace with God and we hope he is looking down and smiling at all of us at this time and know how much we cared about him.

  • Dear Anne, I am so ssd sorry to hear of Donald’s passing. I have fond memories of our time together at WSS and your love for your husband.  Please know you are in my prayers. 

  • [size=2]To all of the Charlebois family,  Donald was one of my very favorite people.  A man worthy of great respect.  I am so sad for you all as you experience this pain and loss.  Thankfully, he was a man who truly loved to make memories with his family.  I am grateful to have shared some of them.  Peace and love to each one of you.  Ann, I will think of you often in the days to come.  You are one of the strongest woman I have ever known[/size][size=2].  Please accept my dearest and deepest sympathy.  [/size]

  • Martha Soule Masterson
    So sorry Anne and family for your loss. I just lost my husband too last month and know how your feeling. He’s in a better place now. his suffering is over. You and family are in my prayers.

  • Having met Donald many, many years ago through his sister Jeanne, my memories of Donald will always be warm and unforgettable. My deepest sympathies.

  • Please accept our condolences for your loss Anne, Doni & family. 
    Our prayers for your loving Husband & Father are also with you & your family.

  • Our deepest sympathies to the family from Rick and Terry Augat. We hope that the many memories you have shared together help you during this difficult period. All of you are in our prayers

  • We will miss you so much I will never forget what you did for me when I was 18yrs old may you rest in peace until we see you again love always melissa 

  • We are grieving with you all and holding you in our thoughts and hearts. 
    John and Kathy O’Hare

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  1. We are grieving with you all and holding you in our thoughts and hearts. 
    John and Kathy O’Hare

  2. We will miss you so much I will never forget what you did for me when I was 18yrs old may you rest in peace until we see you again love always melissa 

  3. Our deepest sympathies to the family from Rick and Terry Augat. We hope that the many memories you have shared together help you during this difficult period. All of you are in our prayers

  4. Please accept our condolences for your loss Anne, Doni & family. 
    Our prayers for your loving Husband & Father are also with you & your family.

  5. Having met Donald many, many years ago through his sister Jeanne, my memories of Donald will always be warm and unforgettable. My deepest sympathies.

  6. Martha Soule Masterson
    So sorry Anne and family for your loss. I just lost my husband too last month and know how your feeling. He’s in a better place now. his suffering is over. You and family are in my prayers.

  7. [size=2]To all of the Charlebois family,  Donald was one of my very favorite people.  A man worthy of great respect.  I am so sad for you all as you experience this pain and loss.  Thankfully, he was a man who truly loved to make memories with his family.  I am grateful to have shared some of them.  Peace and love to each one of you.  Ann, I will think of you often in the days to come.  You are one of the strongest woman I have ever known[/size][size=2].  Please accept my dearest and deepest sympathy.  [/size]

  8. Dear Anne, I am so ssd sorry to hear of Donald’s passing. I have fond memories of our time together at WSS and your love for your husband.  Please know you are in my prayers. 

  9. Sending love and hugs to Ann and family. Dr. Belsky and I loved Donald so much we always looked forward to see him in the office and we are so sad that we are no longer going to see and talk to our dear friend. Until 
    the last minute we were thinking and routing for him to get better, but in our hearts we knew he had to go and be at peace with God and we hope he is looking down and smiling at all of us at this time and know how much we cared about him.

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