Cedric ‘Todd’ Pelletier (1966—2018)

SINCLAIR and ALLAGASH, Maine — Cedric ‘Todd’ Pelletier passed away unexpectedly on December 4, 2017, while working in Clayton Lake. He was born to Clifford Cedric Pelletier and Judith (Jackson) Pelletier on September 30, 1966 in Allagash, Maine.

Todd started his career in Allagash as a woodsman alongside of his father, Cedric. He spent most of his career in the Northern Maine Woods. As of late, he was employed with Soderberg Construction of Caribou as well as with Robert McBreairty and Sons of St. Francis.

Todd had a passion for the outdoors and loved his hometown. He was always talking to family and friends about “the Gash”. His special place was at the head of the rapids. He also enjoyed riding dirt bike, hunting, spending time with his family, “puttering” around the house, and “Honky Tonkying”. Todd was a great supporter for his family and worked hard at everything he did.

He was predeceased by his father, Clifford Cedric Pelletier, his paternal grandparents, Clifford Joseph Pelletier and Mary Hilda (Jackson) Pelletier, his aunts, Irene Jandreau and Rita Lona (Pelletier) Tracy, and his uncles, Nizaire Vaughn Pelletier and Wesley Jess Pelletier.

In addition to his wife, April Thibodeau Pelletier, of Sinclair, Todd is survived by his mother, Judith (Jackson) Pelletier, his daughters, Kelsey Pelletier of Saint Agatha, Lyndsey Robtoy and her partner, Julian Szabo, of Kenduskeag, ME, Sierra Daigle and her partner, Kody Chamberland, of Wasilla, Alaska, and his son, Justin Robtoy, and his fiancée, Alixandra Calloway, of Saint Agatha, sisters-in-law, Patrice Thibodeau, Cindy Douglas, Vicky Daigle, and many other relatives, including his cousin and best friend, Joey Jackson. Todd recently became a grandfather and the most amazing Papa of a little girl, Vayda Elizabeth Szabo, who he adored more than words. He will be missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him, especially for his quirky jokes.

A graveside service with Pastor John Dik officiating will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 19, 2018, at the Allagash Baptist Church Cemetery. A memorial gathering will follow at the Allagash High School, with a light lunch afterwards.

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