4 July, 1943 – 28 June, 2020
Albert Charest, 76, of Nashua, passed away on June 28, 2020 at his home. He was born in Nashua, NH on July 4, 1943, son of the late Omer and Gertrude (Ouellette) Charest.
Albert loved to spend time with his family, and traveling with his wife Brenda. He spent some time serving in the U.S. Army, and he eventually retired from BAE.
Albert leaves behind his wife of 56 years, Brenda (Gagnon) Charest, his brother, Roland Charest and his wife Susan of Nashua, sister Rachel Picard and her husband Lionel of Nashua, his brother in law Richard Gagnon and his wife Nancy, sister in law Pamela Durant and her husband Robert, and several nieces and nephews.
The family would like to thank Home Health and Hospice, Fairview Nursing Home, and Courville for the wonderful care that was given.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Home Health and Hospice, 7 Executive Park Drive, Merrimack, NH 03054.
A graveside service will take place on Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 10:30AM at St. Patrick’s Cemetery in Hudson, NH.
Tuesday, 7 July , 2020
8 July 2020
I am so sorry to hear of Al’s passing. It has been a pleasure to get to know both of you and the extended family. He will be deeply missed. Please know that my heart goes out to you in this time sadness.
With much love and great memories,
2 July 2020
Sending my deepest sympathy in the passing of Albert. We had worked together some years ago and although our paths never crossed after my retirement I remember him as the kind of person one would be happy to know. He may no longer be with us here on earth but will be remembered by all that knew him. Blessing to the family.
2 July 2020
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of “Big Al”. He was such a pleasure to work with all those years at BAE . Al knew all about customer service in Plant Engineering. Will always remember what a gentleman he was. Thinking of you and your family ❤️😇🙏
2 July 2020
My sincere sympathy to everyone. It is very sad to know that Al has passed away. We grew up across the street from the Charest family on Blossom Street and they were all such a really special family including Lionel Pickard who was always so friendly to us. My best memory of Al is that he was always nice to us younger kids, never picked on us or made fun of us. One day he asked me to play horseshoes against our neighbor Rene and my sister Diane. Although I didn't think I was good enough he helped me and Al and I won. It was a proud moment for me! May he rest in peace. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Cathy Vaillancourt Fowles
1 July 2020
Brenda, I was so very sorry to read about “big Al’s” passing. He was always so good, caring and pleasing when answering the need for his services for everyone at BAE going back to the early Sanders days. Always pleasant whenever our paths crossed.
Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Warm regards , Nancy Garceau