Ronald C. Guillotte, 51, of Mattapoisett died April 27, 2021 peacefully, surrounded by his loving family after a courageous two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. He was the husband of Mary C. (Cooper) Guillotte.
Born in New Bedford, son of Ronald A. and Mary Lee (Edwards) Guillotte, he grew up in Fairhaven and lived in Mattapoisett most of his adult life. He was a self-employed plasterer who was a perfectionist and artist sought after for his craft. He was a sports enthusiast and avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, cooking and sharing food with his family and friends. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. His quick wit and jokester personality will be missed by many.
Survivors include his wife; his parents; 4 sons, Ronald C. Guillotte, Jr. of Rochester, Jesten Guillotte of Dartmouth, Jarred Guillotte of Fairhaven, and Tommy DeBortoli and his fiancée Julie Ingham of Mattapoisett; a sister, Kelly Zucco and her husband John of Mattapoisett; 4 brothers, Lee Guillotte and his wife Christyn and Kevin Guillotte and his wife Willow, all of Fairhaven, Shaun Guillotte and his wife Kristy of Acushnet, and Timothy Guillotte and his wife Rebecca of Rochester; 5 grandchildren, Aaliyah, Daniel, Emily, Ceri and Briann; and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
His Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, May 1st at 9:00 am in St. Anthony’s Church in Mattapoisett. Visiting hours will be held on Friday, April 30th from 3-8 pm in the Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 50 County Rd., Mattapoisett. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to help offset the cost of Ron’s funeral expenses, c/o Tim Guillotte.
For directions and guestbook, visit www.saundersdwyer.com. Please be advised that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are strict guidelines that must be adhered to for the safety of everyone. You MUST wear a mask to be allowed entry to the services. Please practice social distancing and avoid any close contact. Guests will be permitted to pay their respects and depart to allow the next guests to enter. Capacity at the funeral home will be limited so there could be wait times outside the funeral home.