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Joan A. Theriault

23 septembre 19397 juillet 2021
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Joan A. (Wright) Theriault, 81, of Southington passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on July 7, 2021 at Mid-State Medical Center. She was born on Sept. 23, 1939 in Southington the daughter of the late Raymond and Rolande (Deprey) Wright. Prior to her retirement Joan was a Seamstress. She enjoyed sewing, doing puzzles especially crosswords and she loved watching The Wolf Pack Hockey Team. She is survived by 2 sons Jack Theriault of Southington and Timothy Theriault of TX, 4 grandchildren Christina, Leah, Connor and Fiona and two great grandchildren Joyden and Jaylee and her significant other Bob Garry. She also leaves 2 brothers Bill and David Wright and 2 sisters Lois Klien and Denise Domen as well as many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband John Theriault. Memorial funeral services will be held on Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at 11 am at the DellaVecchia Funeral Home, 211 N. Main St. Burial will be at St. Thomas Cemetery. There are on calling hours. For online condolences and directions please visit www.dellavecchiasouthington.com

Services

  • Memorial Service

    mercredi, 14 juillet , 2021

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Joan A. Theriault

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Desi Walker

13 juillet , 2021

Wishing her family peace and sending my love.

Ellen Garry-roche

12 juillet , 2021

Such a lovely lady. Thank you for becoming part of our family

Lin Riley

10 juillet , 2021

My thoughts and prayers for Tim, Jack and Bob. So sorry to hear of Aunt Joanies passing. She's at peace...

James H. Savage Jr.

10 juillet , 2021

Thank you Joanie and Aunt Roland for taking the time you show me how to sew.

She sewed in a zipper
She measured a seam
Managed her Singer with high self-esteem.

Buried in fabric and tons of tulle
I still see the wall with hundreds of spools.

The sequins would sparkle and the pearls shine
knowing every chiffon dress was perfectly lined.

She would cut a pattern
She would press a seam
Changing the life of the wee pageant queen.

As you make your way though the soft clouds above
I want you to know how much you ARE LOVED.

-James H. Savage Jr.

Sharon Skelley

10 juillet , 2021

I am so sorry for your loss . As it says , she was a seamstress , it doesn't say that she was the best , which she was ! She made my daughters wedding dress and it looked like it came from a Royal wedding , RIP

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Jaylees baptism with her dress made by her great grandma (Gigi)

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Both dresses were made by Joani for her great granddaughters Jaylee and Jordyn