Christine “Tina” Patrice Pelletier

Christine “Tina” Patrice Pelletier of Houston, Texas passed away on July 28, 2023, following an accident injury.  She was born February 26, 1955, in Brooklyn, New York to Joseph D. and Christine E. Remollino, both of whom pre-decease her; Joseph F. Remollino, her older brother; and all other relatives who have passed before her.

Following her graduation from High School, she began her career with American Indemnity Insurance Company in Galveston, TX for 13 years; then Ernst and Young LLP in downtown Houston for 12 years; NASA – Clear Lake in Human Resources for 2 years; and completing her career with 18 years at Liva Nova (formerly Cyberonics, Inc.) before retiring in 2019.

She is survived by her husband of 48 years, Bradley Pelletier; her younger brother Steven Remollino and spouse Earl DeGear Jr.; sister-in-law Sarah Remollino; sister-in-law Elizabeth Spivey and husband Chuck; brother-in-law Larry Pelletier and wife Linda; along with numerous nieces and nephews.

Tina met her future husband at La Marque High School in 1972.  After graduation and dating for 3 years, Bradley popped the question and Tina accepted. They finally settled in their home in the Clear Lake area for the last 42 years.  She enjoyed watching the Astros with her husband as often as they could.  She also enjoyed visiting friends and family.  The family would like to thank the caring staff and doctors of Kindred Hospital Clear Lake ICU for 2.5 months of exceptional care.  Pallbearers will be Earl DeGear, Jr., Kevin Spivey, and Brian Pelletier.

On Wednesday, August 2, 2023, Tina’s family will greet guests from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm followed by a Catholic Funeral Service at 12:00 pm at Crowder Funeral Home, Webster, Texas. Interment will follow at Galveston Memorial Park, Hitchcock, Texas.


  1. Sincere condolences for this tragic accident and loss. She was beautiful and everything I heard full of life! Prayers for her family as they make sense of this devastating loss.

    Cynthia Broussard
    • Cynthia, thank you for your support and guidance during this very hard time of our lives. You helped me keep a positive outlook for Tina.

      Brad Pelletier
  2. Mr. Pelletier, we are all very saddened by the loss of your beautiful wife. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Seeing your love and support for her everyday was truly inspiring and we continue to think about you both and offer our sincere condolences.

    • Jamie, thank you for your thoughts, prayers and noticing how much I loved my wife.

      Brad Pelletier
  3. Tina was my colleague at LivaNova and was always a joy to work with. I’m so sorry for her sudden loss and send my deepest condolences to her family.

    • Lu, Thank you for your kind words.

      Brad Pelletier
  4. Brad Pelletier and family , our heartfelt sympathies are with you the loss of your beautiful wife . You will be continually in our thoughts and prayers during the days ahead, so don’t hesitate to reach out 🙏 josette & richard garza( brother friends)

    Richard &josette garza
    • Richard and Josette, please keep us in your thoughts and prayers in the coming days.

      Brad Pelletier
    • Richard & Josette, thank you for the thoughts and prayers for my wife and me. The days ahead will be very rough for me. We did everything together.

      Brad Pelletier
  5. Brad,
    We are so sorry for your loss of sweet Tina. Our prayers are with you for peace and comfort.

    Tom and Kandy Singletary
    • Thank you Tom and Kandy. I hope to see you soon at our favorite restaurant.

      Brad Pelletier
  6. Brad – So sorry to hear about Tina’s passing. Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and her family.

    Orville Anderson
    • Thank you Orville and family for thinking of Tina and family at this very hard time.

      Brad Pelletier
  7. Brad,
    So sorry to learn of Tina’s passing. My deepest sympathy to you… I will miss our talks, and Tinas smile did light up the room, when she smiled!.

    How do you keep on going?
    One bite at a time….

    Thoughts and Prayers,
    Y’all’s Ballerina….

    • Thank you Deborah for your kind words and outstanding care. I too will miss her and her smile that would light up the room.

      Brad Pelletier
  8. Brad,

    I am so very sorry, this is horrible news. The four of us had very good times together for many years. Hopefully Tina and Cheryl will get together in Heaven and see each other once again and renew their friendship.

    Anything I can help with please reach out.

    Bubba Smith

    Bubba Smith
    • Thank you Bubba. I just noticed you had responded. I pray that Cheryl will show Tina the ropes in Heaven. Also, I pray both will have eternal rest and tranquility.

      Brad Pelletier
  9. I am horrified to hear of Tina’s passing. My name is Joyce, and she was in my first grade class, so we were friends since 6 years old until she moved to Texas around age 13.
    I still have our school class picture when we were in first grade! If you would like to contact me, please feel welcome, I will also send you the picture if you would like it.
    I would love to share with you all the fun things her and I did for the seven years we were best friends.
    Please accept my condolences,
    Joyce Julianelli

    Joyce Julianelli
    • Joyce, I was never notified that you had responded to Tina’s passing. It will be a year this month she passed way. I pray often that she is at rest. It was a horrible 3 months for her in ICU. Also, our Wedding Anniversary is on July 5th. It would have been 49 years. I met Tina in High School when she was 17 years old and on our 1st date I took her to a football game. It seems like yesterday. I know I have seen that picture you wanted to share but I cannot locate it. Please share it. I would also love to hear about your friendship. Please email me.

      Brad Pelletier

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