The Fortin Group


Ginette A. Beauchesne

October 29, 1920November 10, 2020

Ginette A. (Gagne) Beauchesne October 29 1920 – November 10 2020

AUBURN Ginette A. Beauchesne at the age of 100 passed away peacefully at Clover Health Care Facility in Auburn on Tuesday November 10. Ginette was born October 29, 1920, in Brunswick, the daughter of Marianne ( Gagne) Thibeault and Arthur Gagne. She was one of 11 children with five sisters and five brothers.

Ginette grew up in Brunswick, and married Arthur Beauchesne from Lewiston. She worked at Bates Manufacturing for over 17 years. She was very active with the American Legion. She enjoyed playing cards with friends and family and also her many trips to Oxford casino. She loved going out to eat and most especially her trips to the Fat Boy drive-in in Brunswick. She would then enjoy visiting with her brothers and sisters while in Brunswick and playing poker.

She had 4 wonderful years at Clover Health Care participating in the weekly Bingo games and also being close to her brother, Father Donald Gagne, who also resided there.

She was predeceased by her husband Arthur, Her five sisters, Grace Cloutier, Imelda Tetu, Mary Jane Levesque, Theresea Lachance, Bernadette Dugal, and four brothers, Doug Gagne, Anthony Gagne, Sylvio Gagne, and Arthur Gagne. She is survived by one brother Father Donald S. Gagne SM of Auburn, one son Ronald Beauchesne and his wife Pauline, two grandkids, Brian and Donald and one great grandson.

Visitation will be held on Friday November 13 starting at 9 AM at The Fortin Group 217 Turner St. Auburn with a service to follow at 11am.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of The Fortin Group 217 Turner St. Auburn. Please visit to leave heartfelt condolences to Ginnette’s family and friends.


  • Visitation

    Friday, November 13, 2020

  • Funeral Prayer Service

    Friday, November 13, 2020


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Pauline Winterbottom

November 26, 2020

So very sorry for your loss. Ginette was a best fried with my mom, Patricia Larose, while they both resided at Great Falls Esplanade in Auburn. We continued to visit with Ginette when she moved to Clover Manor until the passing of my mom in 2019. Ginette was a funny and warm person. I am sorry that was unable to attend her services.


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