Rose Marie Irine (Blanchette) Pelletier

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Fort Kent - Rose Marie Irine (Blanchette) Pelletier, 80, died peacefully Apr. 9, 2019 at around 7:15 am at St. Joseph at Memory Care Facility in Frenchville, ME. She was born Jan. 22, 1939, in Fort Kent, daughter of Archille and Emma Moris (Berube) Blanchette.
She is survived by her beloved husband of 57 years, Albert Pelletier of Fort Kent; four children, Hilda (Pelletier) and her husband, Kirk Baudouin of Hiram, GA., Joel Pelletier of New Haven, CT., Larry Pelletier and his husband, Paul Bullock, of Elmhurst, IL., and Donald Pelletier and his wife, Kim (St. George) of Fort Kent, ME.; three grandchildren, Emily Baudouin, Hana Baudouin and Nicolas Pelletier; one sister, Joanne Montana of Suisun City, CA; several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Rose Marie Irine was predeceased by five brothers and three sisters, Marie Lorette Wendler (1920-2006) 85, Rita Pelletier (1924-2012) 88, Conrad (1925-1990) 64, Ronald (1928-1990) 62, Weda Monaghan (1932-2015) 83, Real (1935-2016) 80, Patrick (1937-1994) 56, and Valier (1941-2002) 61.
The Family would like to thank the staff at St. Joseph's Memory Care for the love and care you gave Rose in her final days. Her infectious smile will be missed by all who knew her. At Rose's request there will be no calling hours.
A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Monday April 15th at 10am at St Louis Catholic Church in Fort Kent. Arrangements have been entrusted to Lajoie-Daigle Funeral Home. For online condolences, please visit http://www.lajoiefuneralhome.com
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Published on April 11, 2019
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