Carlos Fridolino Pellecer
December 14, 1943 – November 27, 2019
Carlos Fridolino Pellecer passed away in a tragic accident on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at the age of 75. He was preceded in death by his cherished grandmother, Enriqueta de Gomez Flores, and his parents Augusto & Benita Pellecer. He was the beloved husband of 55 years to Darlene Ward Pellecer. Devoted father of Cynthia Pellecer Keppler (John Keppler), Linda Pellecer Seward (Jason Seward) and Bonnie Pellecer Perez (Mike Perez). Proud grandfather of Sgt. Spencer James Pellecer, Kaitlyn Ann Keppler, Preston Charles Nunez, Austin August Nunez, Leverett Joseph Estain III, Megan Lynn Perez and Olivia Lillian Perez. Great grandfather of Analeigh Pellecer, Maya Nunez, Gabriel Nunez and Tobias Estain. Brother of Amalia Pellecer de Quiroa, cousin to Anita Frances Gigoux, and will always be fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews and many dear friends. Carlos was born in Antigua Guatemala and was a longtime resident of St. Bernard Parish. He enjoyed a long career as an Electrician and graduated top of his class from Tulane University, becoming one of the first deputized Paramedics in St. Bernard Parish. He truly enjoyed life through his many pleasures. He was a master mind in creating inventions, mastered martial arts and was naturally talented in playing the flute, guitar, harmonica, piano and ukuleles. He was a master craftsman, building everything from his family home to carving and creating his own instruments. He found great pleasure in the details of everyday life and caring deeply for others. Carlos left such a lasting impression and will always be remembered for his loyalty and dedication to his family, his caring and loving spirit, his laughter, and spoiling his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was a man of unlimited wisdom, patience and compassion. He was our pillar of courage and strength, and a wonderful example of what it means to care for others. He will be deeply missed.
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Carlos Fridolino Pellecer
December 9, 2019
Dear Darlene and Family,
I was saddened to hear and read about the tragic death of Carlos.
I remember Carlos as a man with a great love for family, an incredible work ethic, and talented and creative in the area of construction. He was always insightful in conversation. I strongly suspect that you, the girls (Cynthia, Bonnie, and Linda), and their families will be sustained and nourished be many wonderful and sustaining memories. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family in this most difficult of moments.
Jerry and Alex Ruiz
December 8, 2019
Carlos was a wonderful next door neighbor and great friend. He always had a big smile and kind words to share. And he was always there to lend a helping had at a moments notice. He will surely be missed by our entire.
Jerry Ruiz Sr.
A Frances Gigoux
December 4, 2019
Carlitos, more than a cousin, you are my brother. You taught me so much as kids. But most of all you shared your wonderful world with me. I hated when I couldn't go places with you as kids. And you would tell me to kiss you near your ear and a tiny version of me would ride in your ear and I would be able to see and hear everything. I believed you and believed in you. You will live in my heart ALWAYS.