Elmer Allen Pease II

  • Born: October 22, 1954
  • Died: November 20, 2019
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire

Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory

1799 Elm St
Manchester, NH 03104

Tel. (603) 625-6951

Tribute & Message From The Family

Elmer Allen Pease II, 65, of Manchester, NH passed away on November 20, 2019 after a long and courageous battle with cancer surrounded by his loving family.
Born in Kittery, ME on October 22, 1954, he was the son of Allen Grant and Shirley (Nishikawa) Pease. He was educated in the Berwick school system.
Prior to retirement, he had been the Senior Associate of PD Associates, LLC, well-known for Real Estate Consulting these past 30+ years. His expertise was in Governmental Permitting, Land Development and Property Management. He was highly respected in his field to obtain the permitting needed for many projects to be completed. He was also an advocate for providing affordable housing for 55 and older communities.
He enjoyed traveling. He looked forward to his monthly poker game with his friends. He was an avid fly fisherman and was able to experience some of his best fishing times from the most northern parts of Canada to areas down in Central America. Most of all, spending time with family, from the East Coast to the West Coast, was something that truly made him happy.
He was a longtime Elder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Manchester, NH, First Ward.
Family members include his loving wife of 43 years, Denise (Dumont) Pease of Manchester; his mother, Shirley Pease of Manchester; his siblings, David Pease and wife Michelle of Boca Raton, FL, Robert Pease and wife Joanne of Eagle Mountain, UT, and Bruce Pease of Boca Raton, FL; several nephews, nieces and cousins.
Burial services were held on Friday, December 6, 2019 in Evergreen Cemetery, Berwick, ME.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Elmer Pease to support Dr. Toni Choueiri's Research Fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, PO Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284. Please make checks payable to DFCI and include "Dr. Toni Choueiri's Research Fund" in the memo section.

To send an online message of condolence, please go to www.lambertfuneralhome.com.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Denise - I just learned of Elmer's passing and was very saddened to hear that news. I worked with Elmer for many years on his Raymond project. I have fond memories of having lunch with him at The Tuckaway Tavern and sharing stories of fishing adventures.

Rest in peace Elmer - the suffering of your mind and body is over.

Posted by Craig Wheeler - Durham, NH - Friend   January 11, 2021

Denise, I just heard of Elmer's passing and was greatly saddened by that news. I worked with Elmer on his projects in Raymond NH for many years and would "lunch" with him at the Tuckaway Tavern and compare fishing stories. Although, I have retired from Raymond and moved on to Durham NH, I often recall our meetings, discussions, and friendship. May you rest in Peace Elmer and all the pain and suffering cease to torment you body and mind. I am certain we will meet again, stream side and compare fish stories.
Craig Wheeler, former Raymond Town Manager

Posted by Craig Wheeler - Friend   January 11, 2021

Elmer was my first friend in New hampshire when i moved next door in 1991. He and Cris hersom came over about 2 weeks later and we build a basketball court in my garage! he was very skilled as a builder.
More importantly, he started me in Real Estate when we became partners in PD Associates soon after.We worked on many projects together including the development of Wellington Business Park in Auburn and Granite Meadows in Raymond ( exit 4) . He was a good teacher and I wouldnt have my knowledge or success without his generosity of spirit. In his final days, we continued to make new plans. I also got several cribbage "lessons" then! 28 of some off our best years. I also have a deep love and respect for Denise who faithfully and lovingly attended to his care for so many years of his fight with cancer. So Brave.
Also to his Mom Shirley who served at his side his entire life, even in the office as well as the home.
Bless you both.

Posted by Thomas Duffy - Nottingham, NH - friend   December 14, 2019


Elmer was my sister's Soul-Mate. He was intelligent, successful, quite the chef and a spiritual human being. He had a journey fulfilled with love, adventure and a lot of courage. Memories of Christmas past will never be forgotten and he will remain in our hearts forever. As Time, here on earth, is God's gift, may his Soul Rest-In-Peace with God in Heaven. The Pease's have been blessed with an amazing husband, son and brother...it is now time to be strong and be at Peace, just what Elmer would've wanted. Love you so much!!

Posted by Jackie & Rex Koller - Athens, AL - Sister   December 06, 2019

Denise, our deepest sympathy to you and your family at this very difficult time. So sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Frank & Nancy

Posted by Nancy Pelczarski - Manchester, NH - Friend   December 03, 2019

Bless you my dear friend, We will miss our lunches and great conversations. Our friendship will live on in our hearts. Love you forever. Scott and Deb Richards

Posted by Deb & Scott Richards - Auburn, NH - friend   December 01, 2019

I didn't know Elmer a long time, but what little I knew of him I know he was a kind, generous, and optimistic man with a big heart.
He will be missed.
My condolences to Denise and the family.

Posted by Gary Rondeau - Contoocook, NH - Friend   November 26, 2019


To Denise and Shirley: I give you my sincerest condolence on the passing of Elmer. Denise, thanks for putting up with Elmer and I over the years. Elmer, you were more than my best friend to me through the years, we were brother's. I will see you in the near future so we can get the team back together again. Love Always, Cris

Posted by Cris Hersom - Hampton - Brother   November 26, 2019

Elmer was very dear to us We cherish the memories we shared for over 40 years. He was a huge presence in the family and we will miss him. I loved his laugh and admired his many talents. He did so many things so well. Sending our love to you, Denise and Shirley. Families are forever

Posted by Joanne Pease - Eagle Mountain, UT - Family   November 25, 2019

Elmer was part of my 1972 class,
Noble High School. I remember him as being an outstanding athlete - always friendly and congenial. The last time I saw him was at our 45th reunion in 2017. It was so good to see him looking well.
He will be sorely missed at our next reunion. Sending sincere condolences to his wife, mother, brothers, friends, and family.

Posted by Kathy Berry Paradis - No Berwick, ME - Friend   November 25, 2019

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