Death: Alfred Pilotte, Lowell Sun, Lowell MA, October 9, 1935
While at the library copying an obit for someone, I managed to get a copy of the following obit.I thought I would post it in case it is helpful to someone.
Source, Lowell Sun
October 9, 1935
Alfred Pilotte, a resident of Dracut for the past 44 years, died last night at his home, First street boulevard, Dracut, aged 65 years.He leaves his wife, Mrs. Severine (Guilmette) Pilotte;four daughters, Mrs. D. O. Hamir, Mrs. Edward Davidson and Miss Rita Pilotte, all of Dracut, and Mrs. Rosario Boisvert of this city;five sons, Hector, Arthur, Hormidas and Andre of Dracut and Amedee Pilotte of this city;a brother, Joseph Pilotte of this city and two sisters, Mrs. Eugene Bourassa of Victoriaville, Que., and Mrs. Amedee Caron of Swampscott, and five grandchildren.He was a member of Court St. Antoine, O. F. C.He was for teh past 43 years foreman of the pressroom of The Lowell Sun and was a member of the Pressmen's union.