Todd Allan Peltier

May 19, 1961 ~ October 23, 2010

Todd Allan Peltier, 49, of Moss Bluff, LA died at 5:11 PM on Saturday, October 23, 2010 in a local hospital.

Mr. Peltier was born May 19, 1961 in Sulphur, LA, where he lived until moving to Moss Bluff six years ago. He was a graduate of Sulphur High School and worked for Plant Specialties for a number of years. He was presently employed with Crane Energy Flow Solutions, where he was a valve and instrumentation specialist. Todd was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed cooking, entertaining, and loved spending time with his family, which was his pride and joy. He will always be remembered for his love for life and he never met a stranger.

Mr. Peltier is survived by his wife of twelve years, Denise Peltier of Moss Bluff; children, Darryl Wayne Peltier, Joseph Allan Peltier, Tene' Martin and husband Bear of Moss Bluff, and Dusten Borrel of Sulphur, LA; mother, Karen Smith and husband Jim of Lake Charles; father, Vaughn Peltier and wife Mary Ellen of Sulphur, LA; brother, Darryl Vaughn Peltier of Sulphur, LA; two half sisters, Danielle Wyble of Lake Charles and Michelle Berg of Maryland; sister-in-law, Pearl McCahon of Westlake, LA; and grandchildren, Tinsley and Levi Martin and Kallee, Brantley, and Alex Borrel.

He was preceded in death by his brother, Kent Lowell Peltier; a half brother, Christopher Peltier; and grandparents, C.E. Verrett, Glenna Verrett LeBlanc and J.B. and Hazel Peltier.

His memorial service will be at 3:00 PM on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Peggy Foreman will officiate. Visitation will be at the funeral home on Thursday from 10:00 AM until the start of the service.

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  1. A true friend and coworker whos love of family was always an insperation. Our prayers and thoughts are with you in this time of loss. We added Todds' name and your family to the prayer list at church.

  2. Dear Denise and Family,My condolances to you all in this difficult time. Todd was like a brother to us all and left a wonderful legacy. He will never be forgotten and I am very proud to have been associated and to have known him. I will always cherish the friendship he provided. Sincerely, Rob MaroccoEdmonton, Alberta, Canada

  3. Dear Denise Family. I never got to meet you and your family but Todd often spoke about you guys whenever we met up or spoke over the phone. I appreciated Todd as a friend and as a colleague who taught me lots about growing up and some stuff about valves too. It is such sad news. I will always look back on the times with Todd and smile at the way he lived his life, always fun and nice to be around. Good Bless You Todd, Scott, Sammy, Liberty Brooke…

  4. Dear Friends,Todd and I went to school together and were always in homeroom together. He was soft spoken, kind and always a friend. I am so sorry for your loss. You will all be in my prayers. Rest in peace Todd.Elle

  5. Deepest Condolences to Family from Donald, Helen Polasek FamilyTodd was a good friend, a great man and a great teacher. The lessons we learned from Todd we will continue to carry forward with us. For me personally I will miss the daily phone calls at about 4:15pm every day. You see over the last year he figured out that he could have my undivided attention while I was on my afternoon commute. He did not like to compete for time during the daily interruptions. Many days we talk about important stuff such as fishing, hunting and cooking strategies and others about work.

  6. Deeply sorry to hear of your loss, I have many great memories of Todd who took me under his wing and taught me so much about life and work.Great memories of Daytona Beach where Todd met me and also visiting York in the UK but to name a few. A true Gentleman. My thoughts are with you.Deepest SympathyScott Edwards Family.

  7. Denise and Family, my heartfelt condolences with the passing of Todd. He was such a gentleman and such a pleasure to deal with. We were fortunate enough to him work at our site various times over the years and I had the great pleasure of working with him making arrangements for his various visits to our site to repair /or install valves in our plants. Reading the other messages left by folks that Todd has touched over years brings a smile remembering myself some of those stories and spirit in which he shared them. Thank you for sharing him with us. My Thoughts and Prayers are with you all.

  8. Denise and family,I'm in such shock, I don't know what to say, except I am so sorry for your loss. Todd was a wonderful man, so full of life! I'll never forget the time he took me for my first motorcylce ride!I'm praying for God to give you the strength you need to get through this difficult time. Love, Amy

  9. Denise so sorry to hear the news,Todd will always be remembered over here in England for been a true gentleman who always had time for people.He taught us lots and will never be forgotten as the true valve doctor.All at ConocoPhillips England.

  10. Denise, I just found out and I am so, so sorry. My thoughts and prayers are with you! Please know that you are very special to me and let me know if there's anything I can do for you. Love You, Bethany

  11. Denise, our thoughts and prayers go out to you for the loss of a jewel of a man. Todd has been a special person to us since the day he came to Crane back in 1998. Your loss is a great one and we will keep you in our prayers.

  12. Denise,I am so sorry for your loss. What a tremendous loss. Todd was such an incredible person. He was such a great friend to us and such a wonderful person to spend time with. All of us are still in shock and disbelief! You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Kim Fontenot

  13. DeniseOur thoughts and prayers go out for you and your family during this period of loss.But also for you and your families healing. When we met Todd his presence and personality lit up the room and we know he will be missed.

  14. I was told of your loss last night and still can't believe it. My wife Dora and I worked with Todd for several years at Plant Specialties. We did out share of fishing and hunting together over the years and I will always have those memories with me. Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and Darrell. He will be missed.

  15. I will miss Todd and his stories about alligators and things that happened to him when he was with the Fire Department. Condolences from my Family to Yours,Kevin Robinson

  16. I worked with Todd at Plant Specialties many years ago and I consider him a friend. I know the loss felt by his absence will be great because he was such a great person. I will be praying for his family and friends. RIP Todd.

  17. My deepest sympathy to all of you. It is my pleasure to have known Todd. He was always so pleasant. My prayers are with you.Love, Wanda

  18. My families thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I have worked with Todd since he joined us in 2005 and feel very blessed that I have had the opportunity to call him my Friend. I will miss his weekly calls to me to compair hunting and fishing stories. I will miss him greatly!

  19. My name is Joi Skinner and I worked with Todd at Crane-Pacific, for 5 years,in the wedgeplug valve line.Who was Todd to me? Todd was the guy you could call with ANY wedgeplug question under the sun and he would always be helpful in his response. He was always willing to go the extra mile for the customer and you could tell he was happy to do it. A few of us in the office would lovingly call him The Red-Headed croc hunter, becasue he always had some crazy story about a recent hunting trip or a fishing expedition. He spoke frequently of his family and always lit up right through the phone when asked about his wife, Denise. Todd had a larger than life presence and a even bigger heart. He was a great man. I extend my condolences to all that knew and loved him.

  20. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Peltier family. Todd was great friend and co-worker for years. I will miss talking shop with him as well as life in general. I hope we meet again someday you RED HEADED CROCK HUNTERBrian

  21. My thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the Peltier family for their loss of a good husband, father, uncle,and my friend.God Bless, Mario Uresti

  22. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and the family. Everyone will miss Todd. Everyone at the deer lease was always excited when Todd was going to be there. They knew they would get to eat good.

  23. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for Todd and his family. Todd and I were good friends in 9th grade and beyond. I lost touch with him after moving to Eunice, but I'll always remember him as a nice person and fun-loving guy.

  24. To the Peltier Family: All of us at Pacific Valves are deeply sadened by this news. Todd was a wonderful man with a great sense of humor. But what truly made him special was his love for his family. He will be truly missed. All his friends at Pacific Valves and Crane Valve Services.

  25. Todd taught me all i know about wedgeplug valves at Humber Refinery and i have happy memories of times spent together singing Karaoke songs at the Station Hotel about 1996.R.I.P. TODD FROM JEZ.

  26. Wayne and Jo Allan – I'm so sorry to hear about your dad. We have many good memories of growing up together on Bowmer Lane. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all of your family.

  27. We are sorry to hear about Todds passing. Todd was well known at our site for his expertise on Stockham Valves and his friendly good nature. He was always eager and willing to help and made many friends in the process. We enjoyed listening to his spirited stories of valve repairs, hunting, and four wheeling. He will be missed.


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