Albert Puget

February 11, 1933 - March 5, 2021
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Albert Puget passed away suddenly on Friday, March 5, 2021 at the age of 88.

He was born in Paterson, NJ to Anna and Albert Puget. Al was a U.S. Navy Veteran. He was also an avid sports enthusiast and played baseball for the Hawthorne Chevies fast pitch softball team in the Atlantic Seaboard League. His favorite team to watch was the NY Yankees.

Al worked for PSE&G for 30 years and was President of his Local Union #855 for several of those. He retired to Florida with June, his wife of 63 years. He enjoyed the beach, loved to play golf and was a cigar aficionado. Al was also a lifetime member of the Elks Lodge in Pompton Lakes, NJ. Al was one of a kind, a generous man, and was always there to help with advice and support. He was known by many and loved by all. He will be sorely missed and forever in our hearts.

Albert is survived by his children Albert (Margaret) Puget, Deborah (Albert) Quimby, Maryann (Robert) Dean and Kenneth Puget. He was known as “Poppy” to his grandchildren Jessica Dean, Kelly (Rue) McLean, Nicole and Steven Quimby, Robert Puget and a great grandson Jacob Cole.

Al is predeceased by his brother Phillip and granddaughter Jacqueline Puget.

Private family services will be held.  In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation in Al’s honor to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

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Born: February 11, 1933
Died: March 5, 2021

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Nan marcin posted on 3/15/21

“Hey cousin”... what’s cooking” That was always your greeting to me... in your unmistakable voice. I am saddened to hear of your passing ... you are taking so much of our family history with you .. thank goodness during our conversations through the decades .. I sat with pad and pen. Also I am still blessed with June and your amazing children to talk..reminisce..and laugh with. Ya done good cousin.. a stellar life indeed.. I remember a conversation years back during struggles with health...you said to me “hey...if God wants me .. I’m ready.. I’ve had a wonderful life” a full life.... Another chapter in the book of “the spruce street gang” has come to an end... but your new life begins with all from our family who have gone before..greeting you with smiles and hugs... and as your beautiful June .. your amazing life partner said to me .. there is one hell of a party going on in heaven rite now. And you are mixing your famous cocktails for all.. and batches of pancakes as well. God speed my dear cousin...my big brother....my friend.... you have earned your rest. I will miss you.... Cousin Nancy

 

Roger and Diana Craig posted on 3/11/21

We are very sad in our hearts hearing of Al's passing. Memories of Al, Bernie, Roger and other guys from PSEG, and the Pompton Elks surface and the great fun we all shared. Going on vacation together and enjoying the beach on LBI with him and June. We are blessed to have been his friends and we are thankful for his gift of friendship and love. We will miss you, AL. May you rest in the loving arms of Jesus.

 

Joe & Carol Baeli posted on 3/11/21

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Puget family. Al helped me so much when I became involved with the Union. , where he gave 100 percent. Our prayers are with you.

 

Mick Conklin / Jean Fox posted on 3/11/21

We are so happy to have gotten to know Al. He was always fun to be around and quick with a smile! He will be missed by everyone who knew him! Our condolences to June and his whole family.

 

Michael and Louise Kane posted on 3/10/21

With our deepest sympathy. May he rest in peace.

 

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