Arlene Mary Daigle

4 junio , 19413 noviembre , 2020

Auburn- Arlene M. Daigle, 79 of Winterville ME, passed away on November 3, 2020 at the Androscoggin Home Healthcare & Hospice.

She was a daughter of the late Edmund “Buster” and Florence Pinette of Portage Lake Maine. Arlene worked at Fafnir Bearing in Connecticut and worked at Eagle Lake Nursing home in housekeeping. Arlene and Normand met in Portage in 1960, married in 1961, and moved to CT to start their family; all of their children were born in Connecticut where they stayed until returning to Maine in 1972. She loved Bingo almost as much as her family (maybe more?); she was known for her love of flowers and birds. Arlene was the life of every gathering and so active that she could “out cartwheel” the children well into her sixties! Arlene was known for saying how much, “I love my people, all my people they are all so nice to me”; she was of course referring to everyone in Eagle Lake her favorite place as well as her family and friends.

She is survived by her Siblings and their spouses; Reginald and late wife Racheal Pinette of Ashland, Maine, Leonard Pinette and Joyce of Washburn, Maine; Clarence and Dorothy Pinette of Wallingford, Connecticut; Irene and Lorne Boyles of Portage Lake, Maine; her children and their spouses; Brenda Dionne and her spouse Carlton of Biddeford, Maine; Paul Daigle and his spouse Michelle of Lewiston, Maine; and Sandra Holden and her spouse Albert III of South Paris, Maine. Arlene also leaves behind many nieces and nephews; her beloved grandchildren and their spouses (9); Chasity Dionne; Dustin Daigle and Becky Wilson of Eagle Lake, Maine; Paul Daigle Jr. of Biddeford, Maine, Harley Daigle of Texas; Mercedes Daigle of Lewiston, Maine; Cassandra and Kyle Mann Sr. of South Paris, Maine; Angela Holden and Ryan Danico of Norway, Maine; and Albert Holden IV (Little Bert) and Tiffany Vaillancourt of South Paris, Maine. Her Great-grandchildren (17) Chad, Alex, Abby, Noah, Neekoe, Dorothy, Dexter, Casper, Arianna, Ezlynn, Khaos, Huntley, Kyle Jr., Caehyl, Haley, T.J, and Sophia. Arlene is predeceased by her husband Normand Daigle her brothers; Albert Pinette of Lakeland, Florida; and Lawrence Pinette of Meridan, Connecticut, and her first grandchild Chad Dionne of Arundel, Maine.

A private celebration of Arlene’s life will be held at a later date to be announced due to the restrictions of the COVID 19 Virus.

In Lieu of flowers a donation can be made to: Androscoggin Home Healthcare & Hospice 15 Strawberry Avenue Lewiston, Maine 04240 1-800-482-7412

Arlene’s family would like to say a heart felt thank you to the people who cared for our beloved mother, grandmother, cousin, aunt, and friend while she was with us here in southern Maine.

Dr. Suzanne Roberts and Staff (PCP) Dr. Heidi Golden (MD) and Staff - Endocrinologist Dr. Daniil Rolshud (MD) and Staff - Gastroenterologist Dr. Wayne Piers (DO) and Staff - Orthopedic Surgeon

Special things from the family: Lonely is the home without you, Life to us is not the same; All the world would be like Heaven, If we could have you back again. A light from our household gone, A voice we loved is still, A place is vacant in our home, That never can be filled. May the god of Love and Mercy, Care for our loved who is gone,


Arlene Mary Daigle


Dustin Daigle

17 noviembre , 2020

Always gonna remember the great times we had memere and all the memories and always remember you being there for me when i needed you. Now i know you are my guardian angel and will still be there when i need you. Love you so much and miss you.

Becky Wilson

17 noviembre , 2020

In life you meet people that you instantly know make the world a better and brighter place; you are no exception.

You are missed and loved beyond measure! Please, keep watch over your babies and all who love you 💜

Chasity Dionne

17 noviembre , 2020

Your girl will forever miss u! Losing u has been so devastating to me. Just as much as losing my brother. I will forever cherish the time we had together especially when u lived with me. All those memories, pictures, and videos will forever be cherished. Neekoe will definitely miss his Big Memere! And I know u will miss him and his curls. When I told Noah about your passing, that boy cried his heart out and gave me the biggest hug ever. He loved sitting outside with Big Memere on the swing and talking. I remember when u were living with us and u were always laughing. The kids kept u laughing. U would wake up every morning and get Neekoe his muffins and he would sit with u at the dining room table while y’all ate breakfast together. I know how much u loved and cherished those moments. The visits to the rehab center in Norway when I would bring the kids and the puppy to see u. Seeing the way u lit up every single day I went to see u, it was all worth it just to see u smile and laugh! All our phone’s killing me not being able to talk to u right now! Every single time I talked to u, u made sure to remind me how much u loved me, how good of a Mom I am, and u made sure to tell me u knew how much I love my kids. To never hear that again from my Memere, is devastating! I will forever miss the unconditional love u selflessly gave to me and your great grandbabies! U would say ‘my girl’ every time u talked about me or to me and u made me feel that unconditional love always. Even through our ups and downs, I will forever be YOUR GIRL! As I sit here and type this I’m so sad but yet at peace because u are now with Pepere and Chad and I know y’all are up in Heaven lookin down on me and my kids. It still deeply hurts though. I love u with all my heart Memere and we will be together again some day! ❤️

Abigail Turner

17 noviembre , 2020

It is hard to believe that you’re gone. All the wonderful memories we had, will forever be in my heart. Rest easy Big Memere❤️