Obituary of Mathew Ronald Bleau

Mathew Bleau

Mathew Ronald Bleau passed unexpectedly on August 1st. Born December 10, 1992 to Tony and Coni Bleau. Mathew played many sports while a child and attended local schools where he was a graduate of Monument Mountain High School. Matt did many things in life but his latest passion was working as a roofer and gutter installer. He was a person who enjoyed the outdoors and was always happiest with his fishing pole in hand and at a family bbq. He will be fondly remembered for his smile and love he had for his family and close friends. Matt was predeceased by his grandmother Ofilia Bleau and his grandfather William “Bill” Palmer. He leaves behind his father Tony Bleau Sr, his mother Coni Palmer Bleau, his grandmother Betty Tchir, his older brother TJ and his older sister Tasha. He also leaves his uncles Ronnie, Dan, Don, Bobby, Tom and Wayne. And his aunts Dodie, Sue, Robin and Rebecca. He also leaves behind so many cousins and friends, all of which he loved dearly.

A Graveside service for Mathew Ronald Bleau will be held on Tuesday August 9 at 10:00 AM in Saint Bridget’s Cemetery in Housatonic with Reverend William P. Murphy officiating. Family will receive friends on Tuesday August 9 from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM at the BIRCHES-ROY FUNERAL HOME 33 South St. Great Barrington MA 01230. Condolences may be made through birchesroyfuneralservices.com.

3 Responses to Obituary of Mathew Ronald Bleau

  1. OMG Dat Matt, I still cannot believe it. You will be missed so much by so many. You were such a kind and loving person. Love you always. Aunt Sue and Uncle Jerry

  2. IIm so sorry for your loss I have my dad today or I would of been there my deepest condolences and you are in my prayers
    Again sorry I couldn’t make it but you all are on my mind

  3. I was away when Matt died and am just learning about his passing now. He was one of the sweetest kids in Ben’s class at Housatonic Elementary school. Maybe the two of them are together in the next realm. Sending so much love and sorrow for your loss to Tony and Connie.

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