Valliere, Armand John

Armand John Valliere, age 79, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, in Port Saint Lucie, Florida after a courageous battle with prostate cancer.
Armand was born in New Britain, CT on June 22, 1939 to the late John E. Valliere and Irene (Brulotte) Valliere. On March 2, 1957 he married his loving wife Laurel J. (Lang) Valliere. They moved to Burlington, CT in 1965 where he lived and raised his family. He retired in 2006 to Port Saint Lucie, FL and Ogunquit, ME.
Armand attended New Britain High School and served in the National Guards for 11 years where he was a sharp shooter. He worked as a welder for over 48 years at Pratt and Whitney Aircraft and Dynamic Metal Products in Manchester, CT. Armand was an avid Boston Red Sox fan and also enjoyed watching UCONN Huskies Women’s Basketball. He also enjoyed traveling, cruises in the Caribbean, and he loved WWII documentaries and movies. He was an expert on WWII and was thrilled to travel to Normandy, France with his family. He also had a passion for World Geography and for military aircraft and had attended many airshows. He was a member of the Elizabeth Eaton Catholic Church in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Besides spending winters in Florida, Armand loved his summers in Ogunquit, Maine with his large loving family. He loved long walks on the beach, floating down the river with his grandkids, cookouts and happy hours in the backyard. His family meant the world to him. His children and grandchildren adored him. He was known fondly as “Bup” to all the grandkids and their friends. He will be etched forever in our hearts and we will miss him immensely.
Besides his wife of 62 years, he leaves his four daughters: Terry and John Ciquera of Bristol, CT; Lori and John Kutsukos of South Glastonbury, CT; Lisa and Craig Baldwin of Reno, NV; Patti and Robb Yenulonis of Las Vegas, NV; his two sons; David Valliere of Collinsville, CT and Gregg and Hilary Valliere of New Hartford, CT; his loving grandchildren Brian (Cindy) Stranahan, Amy (David) Farrell, Kristina & Jack Kutsukos, Deven, Kai, & Tiana Valliere, Sorelle & Trent Valliere, Armand Baldwin and his great-granddaughter Lila Stranahan as well as step grandchildren and several adoring nieces and nephews. Armand was predeceased by his sisters Edna Dauphin and Rita Piclardi, and his brothers Donald and Ronald Valliere.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Tuesday (April 2) from 5:00-8:00pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday (April 3) at 10:00am in the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, 145 Main St., Unionville, CT.

Calling Hours

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 5:00-8:00pm

Funeral Service

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 10:00am in the Church of St. Mary ~ Unionville


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10 Responses to 'Valliere, Armand John'

  1. Kathy Mahoney says:

    I am so sorry for your loss.
    Kathy Jakubczyk Mahoney

  2. Marci P says:

    So sorry to hear the loss of Mr Valliere . He was a great man and I always loved to talk to him and listen to his words of wisdom . He was truly a wonderful person . May god bless the family through this difficult time . Prayers for all .

  3. David Yarckin says:

    To All the Valliere Family,
    Cheryl & I are so deeply saddened by the loss of someone that was dear to us and the rest of our Ogunquit family of friends. Rest in peace dear friend. Prayers and love sent to all of you.

  4. Eleanor Masi says:

    To All the Valliere Family,
    This is such a huge loss for all of you and also for
    all the friends in Ogunquit. Please know you are in
    my thoughts and prayers at this very sad time.

  5. Regina follert says:

    My dear Laurie and family, Vinny and I are so sorry to hear the sad news of Armand’s death. Our sincerest and most heartfelt sympathy go out to you and your family. May the lifetime of memories you shared help console you at this most difficult time. Love and prayers Regina and Vinny.

  6. Mike and Marge Mlodzinski says:

    So many fond and happy memories with Armand and Laurie – working side by side at Dynamic Metals, talking cars, planning retirement, many cruises, cookouts on Monce Road, visits to Shore Road, Christmas Eve with the family and most of all our friendship. We will miss you, Armand. Rest In Peace dear friend. Our sincere condolences to the entire family.

  7. F.BROOKS says:

    I’m saddened to hear about your loss , God-bless.

  8. Carleen Splettstoeszer Marsh says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  9. Karen Nawrocki says:

    So much love. Such a great loss. My heart is broken for you all. Big hugs to Mom she needs strength to get through all this. A great man, a great family, a greater loss.
    Sincerely, Karen

  10. JoAnn Eichelroth says:

    To the family of Armand Valliere: Our heartfelt and sincerest condolences for the loss of your husband, dad, grand dad (better know as Bup), great grand dad. He will be dearly missed by all family and friends. We will miss his warm smile and all his tremendous jokes and antics with his family. Ogunquit Beach won’t be the same without you, Armand. Rest In Peace. Until we all meet again at a beach in the heavens, farewell for now.

    The Eichelroth Family

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