roland  francis rogerouellette
Roland Francis Roger Ouellette, 99, the son of Paul and Christine Ouellette (predeceased), passed away 12/22/19 at Hospice House in Bowling Green, KY. He was Born in Lowell, MA and resided in Woburn for 52 years before moving to KY, where he was one of the first residents at Arcadia Senior Living in Bowling Green. He was a WWII Naval Veteran. After the war, Roland’s career took him in two paths starting as an electronic engineer in the evolving electronic industry. After many years in the industry, retirement took him into a new career as Attendant at Wellesley Country Club for another 17 years. Roland is survived by a brother, Normand Ouellette of Nashua NH, sister-in-law Muriel Ouellette of N. Chelmsford, Daughter Lori Miller (Donnie) of Glasgow KY, Son Glenn Dracopoulos (Linda) of Chalfont, PA, son Scott Dracopoulos (fiancé, Susan Scaduto) of Scottsville, KY. Grandchildren Sarah, Peter, Kelci, Cody, Alan, and Katie. Great grandchildren Hannah, Melody, Levi and many nieces and nephews. Roland was proceeded in death by his first wife Lillian and infant son, second wife Madeline Mercer Ouellette, and siblings, Pauline Coffey, Rudolph (Red) Ouellette, Reginald Ouellette, Theresa Ouellette, Ftr. Lionel Ouellette, and Lorraine Janowicz. Funeral arrangements will he handled by McKenna Ouellette D'Amato Funeral Home, Lowell, MA. Visitation Saturday December 28th 9:00 – 10:30am at the funeral home. Funeral following at 11:00 am at Ste. Marguerite d'Youville in Dracut, MA., with interment at St. Joseph’s Cemetery North Chelmsford. A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home in charge of local arrangements. Alternate expressions of sympathy may be given to Hospice of Southern Ky Inc., 5872 Scottsville Rd, Bowling Green, KY. 42104 or online at https://hospicesoky.org/donations

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    • Please accept our deepest sympathies. Roger was a great man and it was a pleasure for us to go to Woburn to see him and talk about happy things from the past and let him speak french a little bit. He will be in our memories and our heart.
      Luce, Richard, A

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