Alden John Daigle

December 28, 2020
Alden John Daigle

Daigle, Alden 75, of New Port Richey, passed away on Monday, December 28th. 

Born December 1, 1945 in Fort Kent, Maine to Rosaire and Florine Daigle. He later moved to Milford, Connecticut and attended Milford High School. Alden was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. Alden’s entire life was characterized by hard work and long hours. He was dedicated to serve and protect his family and friends and never missed an opportunity to make everyone laugh. He was adored and will be missed by so many. 

Alden worked most of his life in construction. First, self employed as a carpenter for Daigle Construction in Connecticut. He then drove for Allied Vans Lines and traveled throughout the United States. After moving to Florida in the late seventies, Alden worked for Commodore Mobile Homes, then later, Jacobsen Homes, Safety Harbor, as a subcontractor for over 30 years.  

He is survived by his wife, V.  Lou Daigle, married Feb 11, 1989, son John Daigle, daughter Kim Schoendorf, Mickey Trice, sisters Beverly Dragoo and Mary DeFalco, brothers Kenneth Daigle and Rosaire Daigle. Alden had nine grandchildren who he loved dearly, Travis, Aubrey, Alex, Adam, Kaden, Tiffany, Timothy, Canaan, and Evan. He is also survived by two great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. 

Viewing will be held at Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home, 5228 Trouble Creek Rd, New Port Richey on Tuesday, January 5th from 5-7 pm. A funeral for immediate family will be held at 10:00 am, Wednesday, January 6th. Donations to HPH Hospice, West Pasco may be made in Lieu of flowers.  


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  • January 04, 2021
    Jeanne Weeks says:
    I shall always remember Alden's cheeriness and positive attitude.

  • January 04, 2021
    Dwaine Drummond says:
    So very sorry that Uncle Alden has moved on, but happy he is no longer in pain. He can join Mom, an Don an Keith and Memere and Papere. I can here the roaring laughter now. He will always be remembered for his generosity and pranking. Any time there was a knock on our door in the middle of the night, we knew it was Alden....making a big entrance. Till we meet again, we love you. Dwaine, Brenda, Cgase & Kiley

  • January 05, 2021
    Lisa Webster says:
    A soul that could warm my heart whenever we spoke. Miss him so but so glad he will no longer suffer. Enjoy your party up there. So many that loved you will be there to greet you❤