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Philippa Werner

Pete LaSonde

June 15, 1928 - March 29, 2022

We created a memorial page to celebrate the life of Pete (Clarence Joseph) LaSonde. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial. We have designated...  see more

To the same house I've come anew,To the same spaces, the western towers(C'est ici la maison de Dieu)Where this time is the time beforeIn my own footsteps. My hands touchThe same eternity at this door,I know infinity as then.And in the arched and changeless light,In this forever where againI walk as I, as certainly-The stones, the nave, the aisle, the choir-Time has a stop, and not for me.-"Return to Chartres" by May Sarton, found in a...  see more
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  • Lynne Romboli
    Pete came into my life during the earlier years in my 31 year career at Brookhaven at Lexington. I was Director of Resident Services during those years and the residents in our wonderful community benefitted greatly having him with us as a group of...  more
  • Joseph Butz
    We always loved when Pete would will fill in for Andrea and George, and lead the worship services at the First Church of Deerfield. Twenty five years ago, (almost to the day) Pete preached a sermon in Deerfield entitled, "Being a Branch". He...  more
  • Philippa Werner
    Clarence Joseph LaSonde, called Pete from the day of his birth, died peacefully on March 29, 2022, just 3 months shy of his 94th birthday. 

    He was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, June 15, 1928 to Louisa Denoyelle and Joseph Alexander LaSonde. He...  more
  • Jennifer Chafe
    I had the honor and privilege of working with Pete in his capacity as a community volunteer with DCF. My "Pete Days" were my favorite. Pete had amazing stores and insights and I loved hearing him share stories of his upbringing and...  more
  • Kimberly Butz