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Reginald A. Ouellette

February 1, 1928 — April 3, 2004

NASHUA, NH - Reginald A. Ouellette, 76, beloved husband of Catherine "Pat" (Barrett) Ouellette, died Saturday, April 3, 2004 in Nashua following years of battling with an agonizing asthmatic condition. He was lifelong resident of Lowell, MA, except for the last 8 years where he retired with his wife to Nashua, NH.
He was born in Lowell, MA a son of the late Paul J. and Christine E. (Ducharme) Ouellette.
Mr. Ouellette served in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II, and received the World War II Victory Medal and the Army of Occupation of Japan Theatre Medal. He graduated from Merrimack College, Class of 1954, which he attended under the G.I. Bill of Rights.
Mr. Ouellette was an employee of the City of Lowell, making his mark as a specialist in the relocation of families and businesses being displaced as a result of government programs such as Urban Renewal. He began his career with the Lowell Redevelopment Authority in 1963 as the Director of the Relocation Office in the Northern Canal Urban Renewal Project. He served in the Planning Department and retired from the City after nearly 29 years of service.
In addition to his wife he is survived by a daughter, Ann Ouellette and her daughter Moshani of Venice, CA; a son, David Ouellette along with his wife Cynthia Addeo-Ouellette, and their daughter, Ellianna, all of Wakefield, MA ; two sisters, Pauline Coffey and Lorraine Janowicz, both of Lowell; three brothers, Roger Ouellette and his wife Madeline of Woburn, MA, Rudolphe "Red" Ouellette and his wife Murielle of Dracut and Normand Ouellette and his wife Fleurette of Nashua, NH; two sisters-in-law, Mary Barrett of Lowell and Alice McKinley of Inglewood, CA; a brother-in-law, Thomas Barrett of Lowell; also several nieces and nephews. He was a brother of the late Rev. Lionel P. Ouellette of the Archdiocese of Boston.


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