Albion, ME- Rebecca C. Pelotte, 67, walked into the arms of her Lord and Savior on September 24, 2018. \r\n \r\nRebecca was born June 30, 1951 at Broadview General Hospital, Newport, VT. Daughter of Margie (Helm) Chatto and Reverend Philip Chatto. \r\n \r\nRebecca went back to school in 2006 and earned her GED at Mid Maine Regional Adult Community Education Center. \r\n \r\nHer accomplishments include owning her own catering business, Tarragon Thyme Catering and ministering to and mentoring many women in the community and her home church. She also served her clients as Jesus would at Woodlands Senior Living and Sunset Homes, both of Waterville. As church secretary at the Augusta First Church of the Nazarene, her style of serving others was highlighted by her one on one personal evangelism in the office. Listening to others was one of her many strengths. \r\n \r\nRebecca's love of music included listening to Jazz with her husband, and attending Jazz concerts with him, singing in a trio and traveling the New England church circuit to perform, and singing in ladies ensembles and many cantatas at her home church. She enjoyed many motorcycle trips with her beloved husband, Roger, especially to Prince Edward Island and Virginia Beach. She was known to read an entire book while traveling on the back of the motorcycle. Rebecca loved to read! She also loved swimming, especially with her granddaughters at East Grand Lake. Boating around the lake with a good book, while her husband fished, was one of her most cherished and relaxing pastimes in the summer. Her cats were a source of joy to her throughout the years. \r\n \r\nTo Roger, she was a loving, supportive wife of 42 years. She adored him and always looked forward to their yearly adventures on East Grand Lake, and their many day trips to the coast visiting the finest restaurants, and enjoying the most beautiful scenery Maine's Coast has to offer. In the later stages of her illness, the highlight of her day would be her daily lunch dates with Roger. Even when memories faded, she did not forget him, often managing to speak "I love you" when all other words would fail her. Mother-daughter movie nights in Mom's bed will always be a treasured memory to her daughter, Jana. This is a tradition Jana now carries on with her own family. Becky and Darlene Graves shared a special friendship for over thirty years, of belly laughter, deep confidences, and round the clock support, but most importantly, a mutual love of their Jesus. \r\n \r\nShe was predeceased by her mother, Margie Chatto and her father, Rev. Philip Chatto. \r\n \r\nShe is survived by her loving husband, Roger A. Pelotte, precious daughter Jana (Pelotte) Atwood and husband, John, step-sons Jody Pelotte, Robby Pelotte and wife Kathy, Chad Pelotte, and a special step daughter-in-law, Sherry Pelotte. She is also survived by seven grandchildren: Stephanie Marcoux, Brandi Pelletier, Annalisa Pelotte, Tanner Pelotte, Payton Atwood, Reagan Atwood, and Reid Atwood. She was the proud big sister of two younger siblings, Lynnette McCabe and her husband Dan of Massachusetts, and Martha Chatto of Connecticut. She is also survived by three nephews and many special cousins. \r\n\r\nThe family would like to thank the staff at Glenridge Long Term Care in Augusta for their love and support over the last three years.\r\n \r\nA Celebration of Life will be at 10:00 A.M. on October 20, 2018 at the Augusta Church of the Nazarene, 30 Nazarene Drive, Augusta, An online guestbook may be signed, memories and condolences shared at www.gallantfh.com \r\n \r\nIn lieu of flowers, donations may be made in the name of Rebecca C. Pelotte to the Augusta Church of the Nazarene.