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Philip Cloutier

November 15, 1946February 22, 2021
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Philip CloutierManchester, NH - Philip A. Cloutier, 74, of Manchester, NH, passed away on February 22, 2021. He was born on November 15, 1946 in Manchester, NH, son of the late Leo W. and Virginia L. (Stewart) Cloutier.

Philip was active in many aspects of his life. He was a troop leader for the Boy Scouts Troop 290 of St. Pius Church. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus in Father Luis Routhier Council 4666 in Suncook, NH, and a Fourth Degree Knight of Bishop Bradley Assembly 626 in Manchester, NH. He was a past Grand Knight of Father Langlois Council 4961 of Hooksett, NH. Philip also spent a few years serving our country in the U.S. Navy Reserve during Vietnam, where he served with distinction and was honorably discharged. He was also a graduate of Memorial High School in Manchester, and worked for PSNH for more than 35 years until his retirement.

He is survived by his loving wife, Mary (Hunkins) Cloutier, his brother Steven and his wife Diane of Weare, NH, his sister Jeannine Demers and her husband Roger of Ocala, FL, and his nephew Jason Sweet and his wife Catherine of Manchester, NH, and a sister in law, Jacqueline Cloutier of Manchester. He was predeceased by his brother Edward Cloutier, his sisters, Elena Cloutier and Phyllis Sweet.

Visitation will be held on March 6, 2021 from 10:00AM-12:00PM at the Holy Rosary Church, 21 Main St. Hooksett, NH, with a Mass of Christian Burial immediately following at 12:00PM. Burial will take place in the spring. Donations may be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital or the Alzheimer's Association. Condolences may be offered at


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Colin and Chris Egan

March 3, 2021

Mary & family, We are so very sorry to hear of Phil’s passing. We considered Phil a wonderful friend and we shall miss him. He was such a kind and good person. You could always count on Phil to volunteer to help out, whether it be at a church function or just helping out a friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. With deepest sympathy and friendship, Colin & Chris

Joseph Kowalik

March 3, 2021

We first met Phil & Mary through the Knights of Columbus in 2002. As our friendship grew into a small church group. We would go to breakfast after Sunday Mass; and our coffee stops at Dunkin's after daily Mass. We attended numerous KofC statewide events and dinners together. The heartfelt speech Phil gave at a Eagle Court of Honor at his old Scout Troup left attendees in tears. You could always count on Phil, whether it was for an Honor Guard, a church activity, or helping out a friend in need. Whenever the knights asked for help, Phil was there to pitch in. Phil was an original participant the eight years of the Hooksett Cribbage Club held at Holy Rosary Parish basement. Phil has always been a dear and close friend that will be greatly missed. God Bless, Joseph and Sue Kowalik.

Robert and Carol Fournier

March 2, 2021

Dear Mary, Our sincere sympathy and condolences for your loss of your husband Phil. He is gone from sight but will live on in your heart and wonderful memories that you shared together.
Bob and Carol Fournier , Bedford, N.H.

Steve Hogan

March 1, 2021

To Mary & Phil’s family my deepest condolences. Phil & I were co-workers for many years. I have many great memories of our working together. One that I’d like to share, we would always tease Phil for his lack of willpower. He would say he was on one of his many diets giving up sweets was Extremely hard for him. So when traveling back from a job site in the afternoon at times we would stop for an ice cream knowing of course Phil wouldn’t be able to resist! He would say you guys can’t tell Mary!
Phil was as honest a person as I’ve ever known and great around kids. I’ll always remember when we worked out of town during the summer my boys would join me and at night the crew would eat together around a campfire. Phil called my (eight year old )boy “Tiger”. Finally he’d had enough of that, he said to Phil, “my name is Matthew!” Phil and I had many a laugh about this over the years.

Pete & Lee Peno

February 28, 2021

We are so sorry about your loss. Growing up camping with both of you brings happy memories! May you find peace in your memories.
Love Pete & Lee

John Gomez

February 27, 2021

Phil and I have shared a lot of memories over the years, starting with our time together in the US Naval Reserve and continuing on during our time sharing with our brother knights in the KofC. My wife and I have always enjoyed sharing experiences with both him and and his lovely wife Mary. We are grateful for the time we have shared with both of them over the years. His gentle humor and presence shall be sorely missed. John & Bonnie Gomez

Tony Noce

February 26, 2021

Knights of Columbus Council 4961 Hooksett sends our thoughts and prayers for the soul of Brother Phil, his wife Mary, and the entire Cloutier family.

Herb and Norma Boyce

February 25, 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with Mary and the family. We remember Phil as an loving and caring man, and always ready with a hearty laugh.

Anthony Demers

February 25, 2021

Peace and blessings to Phil and Mary.

My sincere condolences.

With love

Tony Demers