Pauline A. Lavigne
Birth Date: Sep. 16, 1912
Death Date: Jul. 06, 2012
Pauline A. Lavigne, 99, formerly of Biddeford, died Friday, July 6, 2012 at Pine Point Manor in Scarborough after a long illness. She was born in Biddeford on September 16, 1912 the daughter of Phillip and Anna Guilbert Lavigne. She was educated in Biddeford schools and graduated from Biddeford High School graduating with the class of 1930.
Ms. Lavigne worked 20 years with the Bell Shop in Biddeford and 10 years with Percy’s Pharmacy in Saco.
She enjoyed volunteering at The Pines in Ocean Park as the librarian and postal clerk. She loved to travel and do oil painting.
1 nephew: Ronald P. Donovan & his wife Lucille of Bradenton, FL
& Kennebunk, ME
Several great nieces and great nephews.
There will be no visiting hours. A graveside service will be held Friday, July 27, 2012 at 2 p.m. at St. Joseph Cemetery in Biddeford. Arrangements are by Hope Memorial Chapel, 480 Elm Street, Biddeford, ME 04005. To share condolences online, please visit www.HopeMemorial.com.
Judy and Bob Poindexter
Dear Ron, Lucille, and Donovan family,
I am sorry to hear about Pauline's passing. We looked forward every year to visiting with her and your mom, Peg, when she was still alive, taking them to lunch, etc. The stories they told me about my Mom, when she was young. They were both so sweet and fun to be around. Pauline introduced Bob to Creme a' dacassie, with wine. He will always think of her when he has a glass. They used to have one when we visited her in her apartment. I have sweet memories of both lovely sisters, and I thank you for sharing them with us. I truly am a better person for having met them. Rest in peace lovely ladies...with much love and affection, Judy and Bob
Pauline (we called her Paulie) was a neighbor of ours when she lived next door to us on Middle Street in Saco in the 1980s. What a lovely lady. Always smiling and very kind.
My maternal grandmother Agnes Pinard Brouillard used to live with Pauline in Biddeford at what I believe was a boarding house off upper Hill Street that Pauline's parents owned.
The last time we saw Pauline at her home in Ocean Park, she reminisced about my grandmother and she gave us some treasured memories. My Aunt Jacklyn Brouillard Beaudoin had fond memories of Pauline as well. My mother Simone Spenard Lapierre sent Aunt Jackie Pauline;s obituary as she now lives in Arizona and we are sure she would want to know.
We send our best to you for your loss (what a lovely life she had). Colette Lapierre & Christopher Haskell
Pauline had such a beautiful personality, and when she laughed you laughed with her, she was spunky and everyone that met her loved her instantly. I will cherish every moment I had with her and will miss her dearly. Love you Pauline, rest in peace sweetie.
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