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Marie Boudreau

Marie Ann Anaise Boudreau (Veilleux)

Tuesday, June 2nd, 1931 - Monday, June 22nd, 2020
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MARIE ANNE (VEILLEUX) BOUDREAU

JACKMAN – Marie A. Boudreau, 89, passed away peacefully, June 22, 2020, at her daughter’s home, surrounded by her loved ones in Hudson. She was born June 2, 1931, in Jackman, the daughter of Alfred P. and Eva (LaBonte) Veilleux-Toberman.

Marie attended school in Jackman and later chose to aid her mother in a Boarding Home. Soon after, she married Leo P. Boudreau and celebrated 68 years of marriage. She was a wonderful homemaker, hard worker and excellent cook. All that knew her, would agree that one motto to describe her could be: “Cleanliness is next to Godliness.” We all inherited the “gift of gab” from our Mom and Dad, which has enriched our lives in too many ways to count. Our family wishes to thank Hospice for all their loving care and support through this difficult time.

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Leo Boudreau; sisters, Helena Lumbert and Ida Goldrup; brothers, Alfred and Leo Veilleux; granddaughter, Carrie Lynn Boudreau. She is survived by her sons, Glenn and his wife, Linda of Raymond, Jim, and his partner, Joni, of Long Pond, Kerry, and his wife, Betty, of Fairfax, VA; daughter, Doreen Andrews, and her husband, Philip, of Hudson; grandchildren, Adrien, Christine, Timmy, Dean, Ian, Allison, Ryan and Ethan; great grandchildren, Alice, Connor, Brina, Philip, Cody, Henry, Amelia, and Baylor; sister in law Rollande Veilleux of Jackman, and many nieces, nephews and countless friends that became a huge part of our family.

For those who wish to remember Marie in a special way, making a contribution in her name to the charity of your choice would make her smile. A graveside service will be held in Jackman, at a date and time to be announced.
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Boyd W. Fortier

Posted at 08:23am
Well I can honestly say that she was a great thing to look forward to every single morning. I really enjoyed bringing her the mail every morning. She always had a smile on her face and had a kind word to say. She made me laugh every day somehow. Some days we had a serious but brief conversation. But for the most part I always left with a smile on my face or laughing my butt off. I can say that I never left her house with a long face. I'm glad to have been able to be a small little part of her life. She always was asking about my Grand children and she really enjoyed when I would show her pictures of them I am going to miss my daily interaction with her. She was always looking for her People magazine on Fridays and the sale flyer from the local grocery store. I am going to miss her. I did get to talk to her once when she was living at Doreen's house and it upset me greatly to her voice as weak as it was but I heard it. That's all I cared about. She is going to give me H e double hockey sticks when we see one another someday because I didn't bring the "People" or the store flyer. I miss her.
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