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Obituary for Real Comeau
Real B.Comeau, 83 of Greenville, NH died peacefully at home on May 23, 2020 after a long battle with kidney disease. He was born on March 5, 1937 in St. Edwidge, Canada son of Marie-Anne (Lanctot) and Servule Comeau. He was the youngest of 8 children. He was preceded in death by his brothers Omer and Ferrier and his sisters Rosilda, Irene, Orea, and Aldea. He is survived by his sister Suzanne Filion of Coaticook, Canada.
Real leaves behind his loving wife of 45 years, Denise (Vaillancourt) and his son Marc (Pam) Comeau of Milford, NH and daughters Mimi (Woody) Desautels and Michelle (Tim) Edgar, both of Greenville NH. He also leaves behind 5 grandsons Micheal Comeau, Eric and Adam Desautels, and TJ and Luke Edgar and 1 granddaughter Nicole Calhoun. He had 8 great-grand children and many nieces and nephews.
Real immigrated from Canada in 1967 to work for Concord Manufacturing, a textile Mill in Manchester, NH where he met Denise. They were married on October 26, 1974. He worked in textile for most of his life. He also owned and operated Souhegan Salvage in Greenville for many years and worked for Newark Paper Mill in Lawrence MA. After retiring he worked for Walmart in Amherst NH for several years.
Real loved spending time with his family. He was always ready to watch his grandsons' sporting events. He made it to many baseball, basketball, and soccer games. He loved to take weekend trips to the White Mountains, Maine, or the Cape. He loved to visit family in Canada, Illinois, Michigan and Florida. He will be greatly missed.
Per his request, there will be no calling hours. Due to Covid 19, there will be a private grave site service for his immediate family. The family wishes to have a funeral/ memorial mass at a later date when the church is open again.