It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Delphis “Pete”, “Pitou” Perrier on July 14th, 2021, while in his 88th year. Pitou is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 68 years, Marthe “Martha“(Bodson) and his four loving children: Carmen Perrier (James Ennis), Jeannine (Frank Conversano), Monique Perrier (Glenn Powell) and Denise Perrier (Brent Nixon). Pete will be lovingly remembered by his grandchildren: Eric Perrier (Constance Bradley), Chanèle Perrier-Leblanc (Jason Belshaw), Anna (Corrado Mirmina), Valerie Conversano (Landon Smith) and his great grandchildren: Loïc Perrier-Belshaw, Elena and Francesca Mirmina and Madeleine Conversano Smith. Cherished brother to Wilfred (late Diane Rivard), Vivianne (late Henri Morin), Léonard (Noëlla Corriveau), Léo (Diane Smith). Predeceased by his parents Henri Perrier and Lina Allard and by his brother Gérald (late Thérèse Marois) and his sister Marie-Jeanne (late Gene Bobbie). He will be fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews and friends. At the age of 55, Pitou retired from Inco where he had been a mechanic. He then spent his retirement doing the things he loved. Every summer Pitou and Martha went camping in their 5th wheel trailer with friends and family. Pete especially loved fishing; He and Martha would spend hours in their boat fishing. Martha always packed a huge lunch with lots of chocolate bars. Pitou had an extremely sweet tooth and never went a day of his life without a dessert. Martha was always busy baking for him. After camping season was over, Pitou and Martha would often go dancing at different clubs. They led a very active social life. Pete also spent hours in his garage fixing cars, skidoos, quads etc. As he became less mobile and unable to participate in the things he loved, he turned to the world of the internet. Pitou was self-taught and with the help of family members, was able to navigate the internet and communicate on line with friends and family. As his interest in the internet waned, Pitou then developed a passion for gardening and riding his scooter. Pitou did not suffer at the end and left us, seated in his favourite chair, with his cherished wife beside him. Pete will be greatly missed.