Pâquerette Marmen, A Golden Heart
It is with great sadness that I announce the death of Pâquerette Marmen, wife of Fernand Pellerin, mother of France, Patrick, Linda (Yves), Annie (Vincent) and Frédéric and grandmother of Thomas, Sara, Camille, Laurence, Alexis, Élodie and Léon. She passed away peacefully on January 18, 2020 surrounded by her loved ones.
It is a great loss for her family and all those who had the privilege to have known her. I, along with all the Team Members offer our deepest condolences to the entire family. Our hearts go out to you in these difficult times.
It is out of love for her that Fernand used her family name for his company. A symbolic gesture to express admiration and gratitude for her devotion to her family and her invaluable contribution to the success of the business.
A loving wife and mother, she devoted her life to the development and happiness of her family, watching over their well-being and education, while giving her love, her unwavering support and total trust, which enabled Fernand to develop his enterprise.
Born with a heart of gold and a sixth sense of motherhood, she could detect the slightest little worry of a family member and immediately console them. A quiet force, she commanded the respect and admiration of all. Calm and reassuring by nature, she never raised her voice and did not tolerate any arguments in her entourage. Preaching by example, the beautiful values that she and her husband instilled in their children certainly contributed to the development of their character, and by the same token, building Marmen's DNA.
A great lover of words, arts and travel, she passed these passions on to her children by creating an inspiring family environment ideal for stimulating their curiosity, developing their open-mindedness and compassion for others. Immensely gifted in writing, her words revealed her intelligence, eloquence, humor and great culture, and are worthy of the greatest authors.
It was an honor to know her. To an unforgettable lady, we say goodbye; she will remain in the heart and soul of her family forever. Rest in peace Pâquerette.
Claude Mallick, Department Head - Marketing and Communications