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Valmore Cloutier,62

Valmore Stone Cloutier, 62 of Savoy died on Saturday, March 23, 2024 at home. He was born in North Adams on July 21, 1961 a son of the late Valmore & Beverly (King) Cloutier.

Valmore attended local schools and graduated from Drury High School. He was primarily a truck driver for many construction companies in the area. He enjoyed craft woodworking; fishing and he loved his animals.

Valmore leaves his daughter, Kayla Cloutier and her fiancé Joshua Sweet; son, Joshua Duprea and his wife Nicole and family from New Hampshire as well as many grandchildren. He also leaves his fiancé, Pam LeSage of Savoy and her family, his former wife Theresa Duprea as well as many nieces nephews cousins and friends.

FUNERAL NOTICE: A celebration of Life for Valmore Cloutier will be at Greylock Community Club on Sunday April 7, 2024 from 1-3 PM. There is no burial. Flynn & Dagnoli Funeral Homes- CENTRAL CHAPEL 74 Marshall St. North Adams, MA 01247 is entrusted with arrangements. Donations may be made directly to the funeral home. To add to the Book of Memories, please visit

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Dear Pam & Family
Very sad to hear of the passing of your beloved Val. Never met him but he made you very happy.
from: Carole Shermanon: 04-03-2024

Pam, sending love and condolences for your loss.
from: PatLabendzon: 04-02-2024

I am so sorry for your loss Pam & family, I knew Val for many years in many different capacities. I pray he finds rest and peace in his final resting place. May the family finds comfort in their special memories of many good times together.
from: Pam Sistoon: 04-02-2024

May Val rest in peace. My sincere condolences to everyone that loved him. I was sorry to read about his passing, especially at such a young age. I enjoyed the posts by him and Pam on Facebook and was happy to see all their travels. It looks like they had a blast!
from: Anne Gueston: 04-01-2024

Pam, Please accept my sincere condolences at the loss of your Fiancé. Please do not hesitate to contact me if there is anything I can do for you. Deborah Gifford-Cohen
from: Deborah Cohen on: 03-31-2024

I am so sorry to hear the loss of Val. My condolences to all his family. Val was a great guy, full of life, always laughing and helping out whenever needed. He was my neighbor for a short time, he will be missed by all who loved him and knew him my thoughts and prayers go out to all his family.
from: Kim Wrighton: 03-30-2024

My condolences to all his family. He was a great guy who was loved by a lot of people. He will be missed. He was always smiling. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
from: Kim Wrighton: 03-30-2024

Val was one of the good ones! To all his family- He sure was a nice guy. I am sorry for your loss.
from: Lauri Hunton: 03-29-2024

its me zavy i met val in 78 at gags house and immediately hit it off with val they made me a plate of spaghetti one time and it was great i will never forget val i can almost hear his voice to..RIP val .
from: Keith Thomas Zavattaroon: 03-29-2024

Josh, Nicky, Isiah and Nate, Our sympathies to you on the loss of your Dad.
from: Maureen and Daveon: 03-29-2024

Your all in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless
from: Vanessa Martelleon: 03-29-2024

He touched many lives. Always a smile when he saw friends. RIP Val.
God bless y’all.
from: Heather Brownon: 03-29-2024

I am so very sorry for the loss of Val , he was a great guy. I’ve known him since childhood when we grew up in the same neighborhood and went to the same elementary school and high school. Hugs and prayers go out to the family. May he rest in peace
from: Jamie Field on: 03-29-2024

Rest in peace my old friend.
from: Christopher LaCasseon: 03-29-2024

I knew Val many moons ago, & dated for a while. He was a wonderful person with a huge heart. My favorite part of our story was we shared the same birthday!!! May he Rest In Peace. Sincerely, Charlene
from: Charlene Guyetteon: 03-28-2024