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Paul A. Lacasse

16 novembre 19348 mai 2021

LEWISTON: Paul A. Lacasse, 86, of Lewiston passed away on Saturday May 8, 2021 at the Hospice House in Auburn. He was born on November 16, 1934, the 11th child of the late Arthur E. and Elna B. (Paradis) Lacasse. Paul grew up in the Lewiston area and attended local schools. In 1949 he graduated from Ste. Croix and from St. Dom’s in 1953 where he was a member of the press club. Paul was an altar boy at Ss. Peter & Paul and Ste. Croix. He moved to California in 1956 and worked in pharmaceuticals and aerospace. He lived there for 40 years. Paul will always be remembered for his love of gardening, the beaches, computers, writing and graphic design. He wrote three books on the genealogy of the Lacasse family dating back to 1595. His books are available in the Lewiston Public Library. He was a current member of the Prince of Peace Parish and an Uncle to many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. He is survived by his sisters, Lorraine Farpelha of Tuscon, AZ and Rita Morency of Auburn. He also leaves behind his brother, Fr. Robert Lacasse, O.M.I. of Bolivia. He was predeceased by his siblings; Fernand, Leo, Romeo, Roland, Maurice, Emile, Normand, and Juliette Morin. Condolences may be shared at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com Due to Covid 19 restriction, the funeral home can only permit 50 people inside at one given time. Visitation will be held at Fortin\Lewiston on Monday May 17, 2021 from 5-8pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Holy Cross Church in Lewiston on Tuesday May 18, 2021 at 11am followed by committal prayers at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Lewiston. Those wishing, in lieu of flowers, may make a charitable contribution in Paul’s memory to Androscoggin Home Healthcare and Hospice 15 Strawberry Ave. Lewiston, ME 04240. Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin Group Funeral Home, Cremation and Monument Services 70 Horton St. Lewiston, 784-4584.

Services

  • Visitation

    lundi, 17 mai , 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    mardi, 18 mai , 2021

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Paul A. Lacasse

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Jim Rodrigue

13 mai , 2021

Uncle Paul,
You were my favorite uncle and a father figure for me in my teenage years. Sharing your interest in early personal computers resulted in me getting interested, and in fact, lead to me going to college and building my entire career on this foundation you set for me.

Your crazy antics always kept us entertained and made us laugh. You will be sorely missed, but will live on in our memories.

We love you.
May you Rest In Peace.
-Jim

Elaine Bilodeau

13 mai , 2021

Dear Uncle Paul,
I was so sad to hear about your condition. I hope you didn't suffer too much. I prayed for you every night.
I will miss the letters between us, you were one of my Lacasse Family connections.
May you rest in peace, you were a wonderful person. I am sure you will be remembered as a friend , brother and uncle to many others.
Love you always,
Elaine

Lorraine Farpelha

13 mai , 2021

Paul my older brother and protector I will miss you dearly
We had good times together when we moved closer to you in California
You acted like a father figure to Jim and louise thank you for all your kindness
I enjoyed chatting with you on FaceTime the last few weeks of your life and I was hoping to see you in a few days but you left us for a better place
Say hi to mom and dad and the rest of the siblings for me
Love you brother
Your sister Lorraine

Louise (Rodrigue)Smith

13 mai , 2021

I have so many good times to remember with Uncle Paul. He was an important male figure in my early teens and beyond, almost like a father figure. At one point he lived close to my high school and I hated that long walk home so I would just show up and ask for a ride home which he always did for me, probably grumbling about it the whole time! We talked on the phone often, talking a lot about computers. When he moved back to Maine when I was in my early 20's, it was pretty sad but over the years we always kept in touch through phone calls and emails. In the past 5 or so years we emailed each other on a regular basis. I always knew I had to "answer Uncle Paul's letter" and I always procrastinated so in my head I am still thinking I need to write him back but then remember he is gone from our lives.

I'm going to miss Uncle Paul very much. He was silly at times and I loved him.

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