Edgar & Nancy Renaud Jr., of Hudson


Edgar & Nancy Renaud Jr.Hudson – The family of Nancy Sue (Abbott) Renaud, (July 13, 2017) & Edgar “Ed” Albert Renaud Jr., (September 28, 2021) invite relatives and friends to a period of visitation from 10-11am followed by a Celebration of Edgar and Nancy’s Life at 11am on Saturday, October 22, 2022 at TIGHE HAMILTON REGIONAL FUNERAL HOME, 50 Central St., Hudson, MA; followed by a procession to Forestvale Cemetery in Hudson for inurnment.

Ed and Nancy are survived by their four children, Rodney and Marie Renaud of Marlboro, Debra (Renaud) and Andy Dallamora of Marlboro, Diana (Renaud) Porter, wife of the late Scott Porter of Hudson and Edgar Renaud III of Hudson. They also leave their five grandchildren Melissa (Renaud) and Steven Stuka, Audrey (Dallamora) and John Kirejczyk, Andrew Dallamora, Mark and Allison Renaud and Matthew and Rachel Dallamora as well as their nine great-grandchildren. Edgar is survived by his brother Curtis and Marilyn Renaud of West Boylston and predeceased by his brother Richard Renaud. Nancy is also survived by her sister Gladys Pinnick and was predeceased by her sisters Catherine Dwyer, Mary Jane Murphy and her brother Richard Abbott.

Ed was born July 15th, 1936 in Marlboro, MA to the late Edgar Sr and Mary (Andrews) Renaud.  After graduating Hudson High, Ed served in the Air Force, while stationed in Washington he met his loving wife. The pair eventually moved back to Hudson where he spent several years working for Casaceli Trucking. He will be missed dearly and forever be remembered for his love of the Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots and Boston Bruins, his amazing cooking, love for spending time with his family and bringing joy to people’s lives through laughter.

Nancy was born August 6, 1937 in Rushville, IL. to the late Helen and Allie Abbott. She will forever be remembered for her amazing cooking, beautiful crochet work and for her love of spending time with her family.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude’s 501 St Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105 www.stjude.org