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Mrs. Philomena Lavigne of Windham, NH formerly of Westford, MA

1912 ~ 2012

Mrs. Philomena Lavigne
of Windham, NH formerly of Westford, MA

Mrs. Philomena (Moreno) Lavigne, 99, of Windham, NH formerly of Westford, MA died Sunday morning, July 8, 2012 at Parkland Medical Center in Derry, NH.

She was married to the late Mr. Francis J. Lavigne who died in March of 1966.

The daughter of the late Alexander and Serafina (DePalma) Moreno. She was raised in Westford and attended Westford Public Schools.

Mrs. Lavigne retired after 20 years from Japenamelac Industries in 1989.

She was a member the Westford Senior Citizens Club, a former member of the N. Chelmsford Bowling League. She loved to play Bingo, playing cards and visiting Foxwoods Casino.

She is survived by two sons and their wives, Richard and Arline Lavigne of Westford, Francis and Laura Lavigne of Burlington, MA, three daughters, Joan Crockett of Windham, NH, Sandra Arseneault and her husband, Paul of Tyngsborough, Sarah Lavigne and her companion, Richard Merales both of Randolph, MA, two sisters, Ameila Olsen of N. Chelmsford, Gloria Brown of Westford, nine grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and several close family friends.

Philomena was predeceased by her three brothers, Leonard Moreno of Raynham, MA, Michael Moreno of N. Chelmsford, Marco Moreno of Westford, and two sisters, Mary Paquin of Westford, and Frances Cross of Tyngsborough.

A private graveside service was held for the Lavigne Family at Fairview Cemetery in N. Chelmsford. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

Comments

The Lavigne Family,
I was sorry to learn of your mother's passing. Remember her well and I'm sure she will be missed greatly. The restaurant, the fish truck; and oh, those Friday night card games with my parents!!
Paulette (St. Onge) Kalagher

I remember her fondly. When i met her she was in her late 40s. Wow, 99 years old. We shared some laughs; she told me one of the funniest stories I have ever heard; in addition to sharing some wisdom. God Bless you; Rest in Peace.

May you rest in peace Mrs. Philomena Lavigne. For sure, you will be remembered by your loved ones here on earth and the memories will remain in their hearts. - <A HREF="http://www.texaslendingtoday.com">Texas lending</A>



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