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Everyone leaves footprints in your memory and throughout life; but the ones that leave footprints in your heart are the ones you will truly remember. Family and great friends are hard to find, difficult to see leave, and impossible to ever forget. Cherish the memories, and always keep them near to your heart. By Paul LaFerriere

In Memory of Eric Phillips

It is with the greatest sadness that we lost one of our members this past week. Eric Phillips. He was a member known to help out the club all the time for any event, especially his cooking talents, and anything that was required for functions, meetings, etc. He is also known for always bringing his two beautiful daughters to the club all the time. The members loved seeing his children there with him. He never left their side, and they never left his either. He was a great father, member, and a very good friend of mine and many members of the club he was very close to. There wasn't ANYTHING Eric wouldn't do. I, and many members of the club will miss him deeply. Our deepest sympathies go out to his two daughters, Brianna and Kayla, their mother Jennifer Boucher-Phillips, family and friends. Rest in Peace Eric. You were loved by many, cherished and loved by your daughters, and left us too early. God must have plans for you in his Kingdom

From Brianna Phillips

R.I.P Daddy.... U were the best daddy in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD and an awesome friend / brother to MANY MANY people. U r absolutely amazing and u r being missed by a MILLION people including me, kayla, mom, tasha and WAYYY MORE. U took me and kayla everywhere and did EVERYTHING for uss. I love you sooo much and miss u soooo that words cant even explain how much i do. <33333333333333333333333333333‚Äč3333333

This is what it says: Eric, my dad, was a very special person. He had so many friends growing up in Revere, at work and just by being nice to strangers. He had so many people to help him throughout life that he was never alone, he never felt alone. If he needed someone to talk to, they were just a shout away. My dad never hesitated to take me, and my sister Brianna somewhere to play. He took us fishing and let us try new things, he didn't want to hold us back from having a good time. My sister, my dad and I spent a lot of time together. We went to Florida when I was about 7 years old, we had a blast. Also we went to Bermuda with my Aunt Terese, my grandfather, and my Aunt Karen. I have been going camping when my mom was pregnant with me. My mom and dad met each other at that camp, and we have been going there ever since. I am thankful to have had a dad that cares for me as much as he does. I am also thankful to have such supporting friends that helped us through tough times when I got upset. In Loving memory Of Eric Phillips. He will be missed by many people.

In Memory Of Joe Fields

August 31, 1939-April 30, 2012

It is with deepest regrets and a huge loss of our member Joe Fields, who had passed away after a long battle with cancer. Joe was a Board of Director Member of the Hudson Fish and Game Club, and was a very active participant with the club and activities/functions. Joe will be remembered by those who knew him as a big soft-spoken man, with a love of the outdoors, gardening and his family. Our deepest sympathies to his family. He will be deeply missed. R.I.P Joe.

In Memory of Nola Raye Della-Monica

March 7, 1953 - November 11, 2014

Nola is the wife of our member Glenn Della-Monica, and has always came to the club events and would help out. She was a big supporter of the Hudson Fish and Game Club, and was a very dear friend of mine. I met Glenn and Nola when they first came into a store I opened in 2005 in Hudson called Not Quite New which was an antique store. I then sponsored Glenn to be a member of the club. And thus started a life long friendship. Nola was taken by cancer. She battled long and hard. She will be missed. Glenn made a large contribution in Nola's behalf towards a new building near our pond. There sits a plaque in her memory. Rest in Peace dear Nola.

In Memory Of James G. Tyner III

June 20, 1949 - October 30, 2015

James "Jim or Jimmy" had been with the club for few years. He was always fun to listen to, full of laughter, and enjoyed being at the club. He always helped me out at the Annual Christmas Party, and was always available to help with any event our club held. He was a dedicated member, and served on the Board of Directors in 2015. He always loved playing horse shoes at the club. Another friend lost his battle with cancer. He is deeply missed. R.I.P. Jim.

In Memory Of Jacques (Jack) Savoie

September 1, 1962-August 7, 2016

Jacques Savoie, a long time member of the Hudson Fish and Game Club, INC and a resident of Hudson, NH, passed away as a result of trying to save one of his beloved beagles. Jack was the beloved and devoted husband of Deborah (Holland) Savoie, whom he married on May 18, 1991. They have shared over 25 years of marriage. Jack and Deb would be there for many of our events, especially with our Annual Thanksgiving Event. Jack, you will be greatly missed by our members, and our love, prayers, and deepest sympathies go out to Deb. May you Rest In Peace till we meet again.

In Memory Of John E. Weldon

July 19, 1964 - Nov 3, 2016

John was a long-time member of the Hudson Fish & Game Club. He always enjoyed being the biggest participant of the thanksgiving meals for those in need, serving sometimes over 1400 meals! But he mostly loved when his daughter Jerri was old enough to be right there by his side in this special event. John was an outdoors person who enjoyed camping, the beach, and Eastman's Fishing cruises. He also enjoyed making other people happy, and was very big heart. He would help anyone out if they were in need. John had a lot of fun running the Pig Roast and helping out at many events. You will be missed John. Rest in Peace.

In Memory of Michael R. Pelletier

December 29, 1944-February 10, 2018

Michael was a long time member of the Hudson Fish and Game Club, INC. He was a family man and made sure to always provide for his family. He enjoyed golfing, spending time in the outdoors, and watching racing. He especially loved to spend time with his grandchildren; he always loved being there to play with them, cook with them, and attended every one of their activities to support them. Our deepest sympathies to his daughters Lesa Pelletier, Milynda Pelletier, and Karena (Pelletier) Carten,and his family. Rest In Peace Michael.

Terese Phillips, Sister of Eric

Terese Phillips: Paul I'm so happy Eric had friends like you in his life. Thank you for the kind words you have shared about my brother and his girls. It gives me and my dad a sense of comfort when people express there love for Eric. Thank you so much! You will see me and my dad someday at the club.

Rest in Peace Eric.

Dear Eric,

Everyone leaves footprints in your memory, but the ones that leave footprints in your heart are the ones you will truly remember. Truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to see leave, and impossible to ever forget. Thank you Eric for making footprints in my heart and in my memory, and for your friendship. You are a friend I will NEVER forget. I thank you for all your help that you did for me, and many others at the club. Especially lighting the fireplace at all my Christmas parties, and helping me with the Ways and Means, and all the cooking together in the kitchen. Your daughters are loved by all of us, and will always be watched over by us and taken care of. You can be guaranteed they will remain in my heart as always. If they ever need anything, I will help in ANY way. Those of us that are close with them will be there for them throughout their life. You have a HUGE family at the Hudson Fish and Game Club, and so do they. Thank you Eric.


Paul LaFerriere