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Paul Dominique Cloutier

Date of Death: April 16, 2018

Date of Birth: April 17, 1955

Biography:

Paul Dominique Cloutier—Belgrade Lakes--It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to an extraordinary man. Paul D. Cloutier, 62, of Belgrade Lakes, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Monday, April 16, 2018. He was born in Augusta, Maine, on April 17, 1955. The son of the late Rosario G. Cloutier and Juliette (Vigue) Cloutier.He was a graduate of Lincoln Academy in 1973. In 1980 he married his soul mate and love of his life Deborah Meader. They had 37 wonderful years together. Paul was a wonderful father.Paul cherished his family and made sure they knew how much he loved them. Paul made everyone feel welcome at our house. His friendly words, smile and great cooking made our house the place the kids would all hang out. Many of the friends of the family that knew him would consider him a second father. He followed his two sons in their athletic activities as their coach and as their biggest fan. Paul ran the Whitefield Athletic Association while his boys were in sports there.Paul was an avid hunter and fisherman. Each year for over eighteen years, Paul would pack up the van and boat to take the family, including his parents, to Rangeley Lake for the annual family fishing vacation. He was a member of the "One That Didn't get Away Club" twice; by landing 2 Salmon over 6 Lb. He belonged to Trout Unlimited and Ducks Unlimited. He taught both his sons to hunt and fish. He loved to go to the race tracks and watch his brother drive "Fairy Tale Princess". He spent many hours at Windsor Track helping his brother Rosie at Barn "C" and hanging out with the Horsemen.He worked at BIW for 20 years. Then in 1999 began a new career as a salesman for Blouins Dealership. Paul's ability to talk with everyone allowed him to be a very successful car sales man. He loved talking with anyone and was always interested in what they had to say. He tried to find the best in people through the good and the bad times and always gave people the benefit of the doubt. You couldn't find a more positive man who always saw the best in other people.Paul was predeceased by his parents, his sister, Judy Chase of West Gardiner and his sister-in-law Myrna Cloutier of Gardiner. Paul is survived by his wife Deborah of Belgrade Lakes; his son Jordan P. Cloutier and his fiancee Leanna Thibeau of China; his youngest son Gavin M. Cloutier and his fiancee Chelsea Green; and seven beautiful grandchildren: Bentley, Piper, Calum, Brayden, Sophie, and Landon.; his brothers Norman Cloutier and Rosario G. Cloutier Jr.; several nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and cousins.Visiting hours will be Saturday, April 28 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. at the Calvary Bible Baptist Church located at 150 Grand Army Road (Route 126), Whitefield, ME, 04353. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Paul's memory to:Sportman's Alliance of Maine,205 Church Hill Road, Augusta, Maine 04330. 

 

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