Edward L. Peltier

April 30, 1942 - October 30, 2016
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On Sunday, October 30, 2016 we lost our Dad, Pop, Grandpa and Poppy when Edward L Peltier of Ludlow passed away. Son of the late Albert and Ella (Paradee) Peltier, he was born in Springfield, MA on April 30, 1942. Educated in local schools, Ed worked in the field of custodial and janitorial services, in most recent years at the Holyoke Mall, and prior to that, Minnechaug Regional High School and also Bethany Assembly of God.

Ed was an extremely talented wood worker and loved to sail, even finally fulfilling a life-long dream to own his own sailboat!! You may have seen him driving around Ludlow in his other life-long dream, a convertible!

Ed is survived by his son Timothy Peltier and his wife Treena of Ludlow; his daughter Anne Kammerer and her husband Wade of Uxbridge, MA and 2 brothers Ronald and Paul Peltier, both of Venice, FL. Ed also leaves behind his 5 beloved grandchildren; Mark and his partner David, Grace, Mason, Alexis and Maxwell. Sadly, he was predeceased by his wife Helena Peltier in 2004 and his daughter Jane Peltier in 1966.

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Date: Sunday, November 6, 2016

Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home


64 Sewall Street
Ludlow, MA 01056

Service Information

Date: Sunday, November 6, 2016

Time: 2:30 pm

Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home


64 Sewall Street
Ludlow, MA 01056

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Born: April 30, 1942
Died: October 30, 2016

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John Cameron posted on 11/4/16

I want to express my deepest sympathy to the entire Peltier family on the passing of my friend Ed. We had many stories and experiences to share at the storage facility where he made it a point to stop in his travels. He was always cheerful and we had the opportunity to laugh alot. We shared interests regarding our families, our aches and pains, woodworking and convertible cars. He was quite a guy and will surely be missed by everyone who knew him.