Roger R. Poulin of Tyngsboro

5544 PoulinRoger R. Poulin, 92, of Tyngsboro, MA left this life on May 30th to be reunited with his beloved wife Cecile, who died on August 8th, 2005.

Born in Lowell, he was the youngest of 7 children of the late Eugene and Clara Poulin. He graduated from St. Joseph’s High School in Lowell with the class of 1940.

He proudly served with the U.S. Army during WWII in the European Theatre and was awarded a Purple Heart.

Roger owned and operated Interstate Batteries of S. E. Mass until his retirement in the early 1990’s.

He was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church and a dedicated Bingo volunteer for many years.

Roger was a charter member of the Tyngsboro-Dunstable Rotary Club, the VFW and the DAV. He enjoyed golfing, playing cards and going to Foxwoods.

He is survived by a son, Russell Poulin of Tyngsboro and his partner, Patrick Bigley of Chelmsford; two daughters, Suzanne Kittle of Nashua and Michele Poulin of Nashua; six

grandchildren, Brent Mullins, Eric Mullins and his wife Sally Mullins, Wendy Mullins-Daley, Kenneth Poulin and his wife Nicole Poulin, Andrea Poulin and her husband, Gary Gomlak, and Rebecca Long and her husband, Jeffrey Long; ten great grandchildren, Tessa Mullins, Bryce Mullins, Rachel Mullins, Parker Mullins, Jack Daley, Grayson Daley, Stella Poulin, Violet Poulin, Cooper Long and Madyson Long and many nieces and nephews.

He was the father of the late Kenneth A. Poulin of Derry, NH who died in October of 1990 and Marlene Poulin of El Segundo, CA, who died in January of 2008.

Visiting hours Wed. 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral Thurs. at 10A.M. from the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, with a funeral Mass at 11A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial in the Tyngsboro Cemetery, Tyngsboro. Memorials may be made in his name to Guiding Eyes for the Blind, 611 Granite Springs Rd., Yorktown Heights, NY 01598 or the Perkins School for the Blind, 175 N. Beacon St., Watertown, MA 02472. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

6 Condolences for Roger R. Poulin of Tyngsboro

    Mark Kalil

    Brett and I would like to extend our deepest sympathy. Roger was a great man and a pleasure to know. Hugs.


    Ann and John Hyde

    i will always remember Uncle Roger as a happy man. This picture reflects the man I fondly loved as my uncle who never judged anyone and who was always ready with a funny story or a joke. He and my aunt Cecile were a very welcoming and happy couple. Hopefully, they have met again and their children Marlene and Kenny are very happy to see them together again. Thank you for your gift of laughter and love. You were easy to love and easily and freely loved so many others. God surely has a special place for you. Much love and sympathy to my remaining cousins and the rest of Uncle Roger’s family.

    With sympathy and hugs and much love, Ann


    Donna Griffiths

    Dear Russell, Suzanne,Michele and Family,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I’ve had the pleaseure of being with your folks and have always had a wonderful time and especially a lot of laughs. Roger & Cecile were truly very special people and will be missed by many. May you find comfort with warm memories and they will always be close to your heart.

    Donna G.


    Leon Narbut

    My condolences to the Poulin Family. I got to know Roger over the recent years. He always was up beat and had a joke or too. We had many interesting discussions over a cup of coffee. He remained sharp as a tack up until the last few days. I admire and respect his accomplishments. What a wonderful man. He will always retain a special place in my heart.

    Leon Narbut


    Michele Keefe

    It was an honor to have known Roger. He was a wonderful man full of quick wit, jokes and contagious laughs. I always looked forward to our visits together. His passing has deeply saddened me, but I have to admit that when I think of Roger, I smile and fond memories warm my heart. My thoughts and prayers are for you Russell and Michele as well as your family.


    Jim Bryan

    I am sorry to hear of Roger’s passing. He was quite the man and character. I worked with him every year for 20+years. How he hated paying taxes. I am happy that I was able to share some of his life.


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