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Bailey Peloquin

Bailey Peloquin

7/5/2024


Bailey Peloquin, born on June 2, 1998, in Rhode Island, passed away on July 5, 2024, at the age of 26, leaving behind a legacy of love, dedication, and pride. His life was filled with passion for sports, particularly lacrosse and football, where he showcased his talents with the Fairlawn Cardinals and the Central Falls Panthers. In the 11th grade, Bailey moved to Florida with his family and graduated from Pine Ridge High School in Deltona.

 

Bailey's first job at Fowler's Fresh Foods was a turning point in his life, as it was there he met and fell in love with Hailey. His career led him to All American Pest Control, where he was most recently employed. Bailey cherished spending time with his family, whether it was enjoying a simple campfire or embarking on trips to Epcot. He had a deep love for cars, especially his 1983 Fox Body Mustang, and found joy in playing his favorite video game, Day Z.

 

Bailey was immensely proud of the home he and Hailey owned on Marsh Avenue, taking great pride in maintaining and cherishing their residence. It was a testament to his hard work and dedication, a place where they created countless memories together.

 

Bailey is survived by his beloved wife, Hailey Reed, and their 5-year-old son, Miles Reed. He also leaves behind his mother, Sandie Nina, and father, Zachary Nina; his siblings, John Peloquin, Shaniqua Nina, Cameron Peloquin, Zaheem Nina, and Somaya Nina; his grandfather, "Papa" Ronald Young; and his cherished Chihuahua, Mabel. Bailey's memory will be carried on by many cousins, nieces, nephews, and countless friends.

 

Visitation will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2024, at Lankford Funeral Home from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The funeral service will take place on Friday, July 12, 2024, at Lankford Funeral Home at 10:00 AM.

 

Bailey's life was a testament to his love for his family, his pride in his home, and his passion for the things that brought him joy. He will be deeply missed and forever remembered.








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😩 my handsome face, I’m still so speechless on this because I don’t want to believe this is what you thought was going to be the lasting outcome in that moment. Not a forever goodbye. You were such a good dad, husband, an amazing son and nephew… all around you were just so good. You were and will always be loved and I pray that you knew that, how much you are loved and needed, I pray that was never a question to you. Sandie you have been an amazing mother, Zack an amazing father, John and Cam… what better brothers can a guy have!!! Well except maybe the bonus siblings- they’re even cool!!! Hailey and Miles… I know ther…

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marty and i are deeply sorry for your loss. praying for your family.


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Bailey was my youngest son and best friend he called me every single day. He always knew how to make me laugh and he was always there when I needed someone. He was so often my light in the darkness. Bailey you are loved more than you will ever know .

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The man with a huge smile and an even bigger heart. He would light up anyone's day, no matter big or small that smile would just let you know you were a friend or family. Always outstanding greetings from him. I remember all the times we would go to a bike event and we would make a point to go see him slaving over food for Fowlers. That huge smile and warm welcome you know that life is grand. I knew Bailey through my son Christopher Wemp-Garver where they grew up as friends and brothers. From High school to working together or just hanging out. You will never be forgotten and thank you for allowing me into your life. Watc…

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So many people from his days at The Learning Community remember Bailey's thoughtfulness. He and Cameron and Sandie were so important to creating a new school community. I am so, so sorry for your loss and for the world's loss. Ms. Kath

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