Jeffery J. Croteau, Sr.

1933 ∼ 2020

Arnie Debbie Croteau of Silver Springs, FL wrote:

Sorry for the loss of another Croteau. May he R. I.P. Happy

Joseph Torres of Bridgewater wrote:

May God bless you all during this difficult time

Beauregard, Phil of East Falmouth, Ma wrote:

The first time I ever met Jeff was at the Annual Labor Day weekend clam and lobster cookout in 1995. It was a wonderful weekend of camping, eating, drinking, card playing and games with over 60 members of family and friends. Jeff supplied a beautiful copper tub they used to cook the lobsters in over an open fire. After every cookout he would spend the next couple of hours cleaning the tub so it would be ready for the next cookout. After meeting Jeff we became good friends and I admired him for his great family and his craftsmanship. RIP Mr. Jeffery Croteau.

Kristen Narcy & family of Katy, TX wrote:

It was an honor to have met him, such a great soul & life. I didn't know him well but his family is exceptional & that speaks volumes. You are all in my thoughts & prayers ❤️

CHERYL HUTCHINSON of MANCHESTER,NH wrote:

I am so sorry to hear of your loss...Gladys both you and Uncle Happy were always so kind to me...I only saw you a few times during a wedding or family gathering...know that I am thinking of you and God Bless you... Love, Cheryl.

Yvonne Publicover of Billerica, MA wrote:

I don’t have many childhood memories that don’t include the Croteaus. Uncle Jeff, you weren’t an uncle by blood, but loved even more than the ones I had. I will miss you dearly, but have many happy memories that will keep you warm in my heart. Auntie Gladys, I can’t begin to know or understand your loss, but count me as someone who will be there for you whenever you need me. I know my mom greeted Uncle Jeff in his arrival and they’re having one hell of a reunion. May he Rest In Peace.

Valerie Morse of Little river Sc 29566 wrote:

So sorry for your loss. Your father was a kind and generous man. Always had a smile on when we would visit. My condolences to the family.

Anne Sweeney of Mesa AZ 85212 wrote:

Jeff,a kind, gentle, talented and intelligent man will be deaply missed. Thinking of his gentle smile that gave us peace, hearing his mischievous laugh. He's a good soul. Jeff, you are at peace now, in God's hands and you will always be in our hearts. Love and prayers to Gladys and the family, although far away, our thoughts are with you as you heal and let Jeff's peace come to you.