David E. Jusseaume, 62, of Northborough, died Thursday November 17, 2022, at home with his family by his side. His passing came after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer and a long-standing cardiac history, that ended his life but did not define his extraordinary and beautiful life.
He was the son of Alfred A. and Sandra A. (Heath) Jusseaume and Husband to Susan (Pratt) Jusseaume. He was predeceased by his brother Alfred A. Jusseaume Jr., his sister Debbie Vinal and his daughter in law Fernanda Jusseaume.
Besides his wife he is survived by his daughter Nicole Palaiama and her husband Tohm Palaima and his son Adam Jusseaume of Marlborough. His grandchildren Kailynn Palaima, Rileigh Palaima, Cole Palaima and Chloe Jusseaume. He is also survived by his brothers, Dana Jusseaume and his wife Norma, Denis Jusseaume, Daniel Jusseaume, Dean Jusseaume and his wife Sandy. His sisters Donna Jusseaume, Darlene Bradley and her husband Peter, as well as many nieces and nephews.
David was a loving husband and outstanding father. He cherished his role as Papa to his grandchildren. The profound joy they brought to his life was undeniable.
David was a dedicated police officer and detective for the Marlborough Police department for many years. After retiring from the police force, he continued to serve his community working at Marlboro Hudson ambulance company until recent years. He also volunteered on the Montachusett Crisis team for first responders.
When he had free time he loved riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, skeet shooting at the gun club, watching football on Sundays and tinkering with computers and ham radios. We often affectionately called him Inspector gadget for his love of all things electronic. He will be missed immensely.
David did not want his family to mourn him at a wake or funeral. Per his request he will be cremated and there will be a celebration of his life at a later date.