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Jean Louis Francoeur

March 19, 1934 ~ January 21, 2022 (age 87)

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Jean Louis "Louie" Francoeur 87, of South Dartmouth passed away peacefully at his home, on Friday January 21, 2022.

He was married to the love of his life for 65 years, Florence "Penny" (Demello) Francoeur.

Born in New Bedford he was the youngest child of 9, to the late Joseph L. Francoeur and the late Juliette (Saucier) Francoeur.

Louie is survived by his wife Penny, his daughter Kimberly Brie and her husband Alan of Dartmouth and his brother George Francoeur of Wisconsin. Louie was predeceased by his son the late Wayne Louis Francoeur and also the remainder of his 9 siblings; His 2 sisters; The late Leticia (Francoeur) Sylvia and the late Mabel Irene (Francoeur) Fredette. And his brothers; The late Joseph (Billy) Francoeur, the late Raymond Francoeur, the late Henri (Artie) Francoeur, the late Harry Willis Francoeur, Sr., Louie was also the proud grandfather of his 2 grandchildren; Chandra Brie and Taylor Brie and his precious great granddaughter Amiyah Nunes. He was the beloved daddy dawg to his son Wayne's dog, "Hasbro" and they were inseparable.  Monoque Louie / (Uncle Suey) is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.

Louie served his country proudly in the United States Army and was a veteran. He worked for years at Continental Screw Company as a thread operator. Louie was from a very loving, large family who did everything together and he loved all of them. He was a hard-working fun loving, easy going, family guy and will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him.

Private services will be held at a later date.



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