Alcide J. Chateauneuf Print E-mail


Alcide J Chateauneuf

Beloved Father, Grandfather

Alcide J. Chateauneuf, 74, of Lowell, passed away Monday morning, July 4, at a local nursing home.
Born in Lowell, Massachusetts on September 24, 1946, the son of the late Alcide and Virginia F. (Tighe) Chateauneuf, he attended Lowell schools and was a graduate of Lowell High School.Prior to his retirement Mr. Chateauneuf worked as a painter for various firms in the Lowell Area. In his spare time, he did charitable painting work for the Sisters at the Grotto at the Franco American School in Lowell.  He was a member of the Dodge Street Gym in Lowell, a student and weightlifter of Jiu Jitsu and a lover of music and animals.
He is survived by three sons, Dustin Parker of Fitchburg,MA, Timmy Chateauneuf and his fiance Christy Leister of Platsburg, NY and David Frost of Tyngsboro, MA.  Five daughters, Lisa Agusta of Dracut, MA, Kim Mureau of Worcester, MA, Noel Brazil and her husband Brian of Salem,MA, Kelley Powell and her husband Niko of Fredricksburg,VA and Erine Coffelt and her husband Herbie of Winchester, VA, sixteen grandchildren and one great grandchild.
All Funeral Services were held privately for the family. E-condolences at  Funeral Director James F. O'Donnell Jr.

Condolences (3)
  • Erine Coffelt  - Dada
    Saying goodbye to you was the hardest thing ive ever had to do. I know we will see each other again. You are with me in every way, as you always will be. We are your legacy, and i know i will always keep trying to make you proud. I love you ' Dada' and miss you deeply. Always your little girl, Erine
  • Niko Collaso  - I miss you Pop
    Pop, we had a bond. I loved and respected you, and still do. You meant and still mean a great deal to me and your passing is a huge blow to me. You, in my eyes, had a beautiful spirit and we're simply misunderstood by many, but I saw your heart and your intentions, and I never ever judged you because we are all fallible and flawed and imperfect human beings. You deserved love and dignity and forgiveness and respect just like everyone else, so that is what I gave you. I will miss you immensely and it will always hurt deeply that I didn't have more time with you. Younger a child of God and are back in His loving Hands now. I pray you now have rest and peace. Love you Pop. Always, your son, Niko Giovanni Collaso. (.....and we live in Alexandria but the obituary says we live in Fredericksburg)
  • Allyson Witt
    Al's infectious laugh and amazing smile will be forever etched in my mind. He was funny and generous to those around him. He will be missed. Prayers for all of you.
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