Joseph A. Pelletier Jr.

March 9, 1938 - April 29, 2020
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Joseph A. Pelletier Jr., 82, a longtime Ludlow resident, passed away on Wednesday, April 29, 2020.  Son of the late Joseph and Braida (Tyrell) Pelletier, he was born in Springfield on March 9, 1938.  A graduate of Springfield Trade High School, he worked as a glazer for Chase Glass and A-1Glass for many years.  Joseph was a lifetime member of the Ludlow Lodge of Elks.  He loved organizing and attending Elks events and projects, his trips to the casinos and was an avid poker player.  His favorite holiday was Christmas and he enjoyed celebrating the season with his beloved family.

Joseph leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 60 years Ellen (Balch) Pelletier of Belchertown; his son Edward J. Pelletier (Sandy) of Ludlow; 2 daughters Ann Converse (Kyle) of Belchertown and Jo-Ellen Evans (Mary) of Ludlow; 3 sisters Barbara Brunelle of Monson, Kathy Pelletier and Joanne Paquin both of Ludlow. He also leaves his 5 beloved grandchildren Tiffany, Toby, Kara, Ashley and Brittany as well as his 4 great-grandchildren Alexzandria, Aviana, Landon and Skylar and many nieces and nephews.

Services celebrating Joseph’s life will be held at a later date.

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Born: March 9, 1938
Died: April 29, 2020

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Kris Stetson posted on 5/4/20

My deepest sympathies to Ellen, Jo-Ellen, Ann and Ed and the rest of their family in their loss. We all had a good time bowling.


Steve Spring posted on 5/4/20

Sorry to here of Joes passing I worked with Joe a few different times thru the years always a lot of laughs. May God Bless you all.


Judy Nicoll posted on 5/2/20

This is such a difficult time to have this happen. You have many wonderful memories of Joe. As long as you have the memories, he will remain with you. Sending sympathy and love to each one of you. Judy and Kathy


Donna Duval posted on 5/1/20

I know my mom could do a much better job of this than I can. She was so excited to see Joe at the last Ladies Luncheon she attended. She may not remember now, so I will remember for both of us.