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The Fortin Group

217 Turner Street, Auburn, ME

OBITUARY

Ronald Paul Brochu

February 9, 1979June 16, 2019
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Ogden, Utah- Ronald Paul Brochu 40, passed away June 16, 2019. Ronald was born in Auburn, ME on February 9, 1979 to Paul and Dina Brochu. Ronald graduated from Edward Little High School and went on to work in construction. Ronald was a member of the United Brotherhood and the local Carpenters Union. Ronald was known for his sense of humor, he loved to make people laugh. He was also a huge New England sports fan and loved to play pool.

Ronald is survived by father; Paul Brochu and his wife Jacqueline Caron-Brochu, brothers; Scott Brochu and his wife Tanya, and Greg Brochu and his wife Brianna, nieces and nephews; Gavin, Ethan,Timmy, Kalyn, Izabella, and Gabriel, many aunts, uncles and cousins and girlfriend Jennie Brown. Ronald was predeceased by his mother Dina Brochu.

A celebration of Ron's life will be held at 1pm, on Saturday July 6, 2019 at Fortins in Auburn, 217 Turner St. Auburn, ME. Visiting hours will follow until 5pm. Please visit www.TheFortinGroupAuburn.com to leave condolences for Ronalds Family and friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Ronald is survived by father; Paul Brochu and his wife Jacqueline Caron-Brochu, brothers; Scott Brochu and his wife Tanya, and Greg Brochu and his wife Brianna, nieces and nephews; Gavin, Ethan,Timmy, Kalyn, Izabella, and Gabriel, many aunts, uncles and cousins and girlfriend Jennie Brown.
    Ronald was predeceased by his mother Dina Brochu.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, July 6, 2019

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RolandA Girouard

July 7, 2019

Paul and family sorry to here about Ron We were out of town .Thatswhywe were unable to attend the celebration of life . You are in our thoughts and Prayers Roland and Anita Girouard

ann galarneau

July 3, 2019

So many things I will always remember about you Ronnie.How when you were a young boy you'd come over our house play with Jack the dog.you also taught my grandson how to dive in your pool.Which remines me how about the time you almost gave your mother a nervous breakdown when she got word you were diving into the pool from the roof! Oh but you sure outdone yourself when it came to your world famous "chicken wings"..will always remember that wonderful smile and laughter..Love you always..

Ryan Brochu

July 2, 2019

Prayers for Ronnie. You were my favorite cousin. We have many memories that you and I will every truly remember. When I was home we made a point to spend time together. You introduced me to some pretty amazing people in pool league and taught me quite a bit. Thank you for being such an inspiration in my life I love you Ron.

Emily Martel

July 1, 2019

My deepest sympathies for the loss of your Son Ronald prayers for your whole Family.

Mark Boucher Sr.

July 1, 2019

Ronnie was always making us laugh and shared many good times at camp where he loved to go with us.
We used to take long 4 wheeler rides and enjoy the woods and lake and he loved just sitting around a campfire spending time with us and friends.
Losing Ronnie hit us very hard and he will be missed more than I can express.
Our lives will never be the same and we will miss his infectious laughter at home, at camp and anywhere he happened to be.
We would like to wish our deepest condolences to the Brochu family,
Jennie Brown and all friends who knew and loved Ron.


Adam Nelson

July 1, 2019

I didn't know Ron all that well , but I'll never forget seeing him in a maroon Toyota pickup doing about 45 down Minot ave and pulling a 180 in the middle of the street ! Lol

Jennie Brown

July 1, 2019

Ronnie, you are my everything. Thank you for loving me fiercely and showing me everyday that life is beautiful. Thank you for loving my children and stepping in and taking the role of dad. They love you so much and miss you terribly.
Thank you for making me laugh everyday. Thank you for holding me and making me feel safe and secure. You came into my life when I least expected it and I am so blessed to have been in your life. We saved each other, baby. I love you so much and miss you ever so much but you are in my heart. Look after us and keep us safe I feel honored to have known you, thank you for choosing me.
Always your baby girl..... I love you.

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Biography

Ogden, Utah- Ronald Paul Brochu 40, passed away June 16, 2019. Ronald was born in Auburn, ME on February 9, 1979 to Paul and Dina Brochu. Ronald graduated from Edward Little High School and went on to work in construction. Ronald was a member of the United Brotherhood and the local Carpenters Union. Ronald was known for his sense of humor, he loved to make people laugh. He was also a huge New England sports fan and loved to play pool.

Ronald is survived by father; Paul Brochu and his wife Jacqueline Caron-Brochu, brothers; Scott Brochu and his wife Tanya, and Greg Brochu and his wife Brianna, nieces and nephews; Gavin, Ethan, Timmy, Kalyn, Izabella, and Gabriel, many aunts, uncles and cousins and girlfriend Jennie Brown.
Ronald was predeceased by his mother Dina Brochu.

A celebration of life will be held 1pm, July 6, 2019 at Fortin/Auburn, 217 Turner St. Auburn, ME. Visiting hours will follow until 5pm. Please visit www.TheFortinGroupAuburn.com to leave condolences for Ronalds Family and friends.