Richard  Cousineau

Richard W. Cousineau Sr.

Wednesday, July 14th, 1937 - Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
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Richard W. Cousineau, Sr., 82, of Enfield, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019 at Evergreen Healthcare, Stafford Springs. He was born on July 14, 1937 in Hartland, CT to the late Wilfred and Lillian (Ward) Cousineau. Prior to retiring Richard was employed as a foreman for 20 years with Shepard Steel.
He loved sports and was an avid NY Yankees fan.
Richard is survived by his three children Richard W. Cousineau, Jr. & wife Sharon of Enfield, Jeffrey Cousineau & wife of Westfield, MA and Valerie Smith and companion of Springfield, MA, along with his grandchildren and great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife Barbara (Rocheleau) Cousineau in April, 2017 and his siblings Lawrence, Donald, Wilfred Cousineau, Nancy Flanagan, Barbara Paris, Bernice Cousineau and Valerie Cousineau. Funeral services are private.
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Valerie cousineau smith

Posted at 01:15pm
My Dad, My Hero, My friend, most important is My Father. Dad was a wonderful dad. He worked hard to make sure we were all set. I shared a lot of memories with my dad. I will cherish them 4ever. The one memory is all the nights dad & I would go night crawling. This brings a smile to my face & joy to me. I definitely was DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL ❤️. I was the youngest of three and the only girl. My dad spoiled me to the day he had to stay in the hospital. There's so much I will miss with the time I shared with him. Dad was a very kind, loving, caring, and a person that was very handy to do things differently. I am very grateful and thankful for all the years I spent ❤️ with him. I will cherish him & mom forever. Dad was a amazing Father. Love ur daughter ❤️ Valerie

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