- Born: 10 Nov 1886, Saint-Germain-de-Grantham, Quebec
- Marriage: Eloise LAMOTHE before 1920 in prob Massachusetts
- Died: Oct 1969, Southbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts at age 82
He emigrated to the US in 1901, a year sooner than his father, and was naturalized in Pennsylvania in 1918 along with several of his siblings.
In the 1920 census he is married to Eloise, born in Massachusetts to a father born in Massachusetts adn a mother born in Canada, and they had a son, Laurier (sp?), a few months old.
He had Laurier BAstien, d May 1976, Southbridge; Germain R. Bastien, d 14 Mar 1999, Southbridge; Gerard Bastien, d 1 Oct 1996, Southbridge; Charles E Bastien, d 18 Mar 1996, Southbridge, and Robert E BAstien, may be still living.
Germain, above was a longtime sales represeantateive and died ni Meadows of Leicester. Left his sife, anne h> Batien, daugther Suzanne L. Serafini of Ringwood NJ, brother Robert E Bastien o Southbridge. He was an army veteran. He was a sales rep for Pitney-Bowes for 22 years, then a sales clerk for 10 years at the David Lenti Clothing Sotre. He once worked with is father at the BAstien Appliance Store. He was a founder and longtime cochairman of Dr. Van's Golf Tournament. His wife was manager of the women's clothing department of the former David Lenti store, and a meber of the Harrington Memorial Hospital auxiliary, where she volunteered.
Gerard left his wife, Annie D. ; sons Mark W. Bastien of Southbridge and Ricky G. BAstien of Martha's Vineyard; two daugthers Namcy L. Hughes of Chester, Connecticut, and Joanne Bastien of West Brookfield, Massachusetts. He worked at Bousquet Real Estate, previously a realtor for Swiacki Real Estate (later Home & Hastings) for more than 40 years, and a WW II Army vet; he served in Africa and Italy. His wife was a registered nurse, worked as a private nurse and at Harrington Memorial Hospital.
Son Charles owned a radio and television antenna service for 38 years. He left his wife, Marjorie, two sons, David Bastien of Southbridge and Kevin Bastien of Siletz, Oregon; brothers. He was a Navy Veteran of wwII; served in teh Asian-Pacific. He owned and operated Bastien Antenna Service. He belonged to Elm STreet Congregational church; just about the only member of his family who was not Catholic.
George married Eloise LAMOTHE before 1920 in prob Massachusetts. (Eloise LAMOTHE was born about 1895 in Massachusetts.)