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Carolyn Lee Doucette

June 25, 1943October 1, 2020
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Carolyn L. Doucette No words could possibly memorialize her in a way that does justice to her life and legacy.

Carolyn L. Doucette 77, recent resident of El Paso, Texas however longtime resident of Londonderry, N.H. Passed away October 1, 2020 surrounded by her loving family and grandkids. Carolyn was born to parents Phillip and Flora Geddes in June 25, 1943 in Woburn, Massachusetts. Carolyn was an exceptional wife and mother. She married her sweetheart Dennis Doucette Sr in 1962. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force uprooting them to TX, NM, and AZ.

Carolyn (77) was the youngest of six ‘Geddes Girls’ predeceased; Louise McDade (85), Ruth Bancroft (78), Jeannine DeLorenzo (76), Marilyn Bosteels (76), and Phyllis Crosby. Carolyn is survived by two children. Son, Dennis Doucette Jr. of Pittsfield N.H. ; Daughter, Deborah Lyn and Mike Munden. She is also survived by six grandchildren; Kyle Doucette, Joseph Doucette, Michael Munden, Mathew Munden, (twins) Mark Thomas and Melanie Marie Munden. Carolyn loved the outdoors, nature and animals. Butterflies would land on her. She was fearless, strong, intelligent, a high school graduate with high honors. She was a good read of others. She had an honest true heart and would give the shirt off her back to help others. She cared deeply for her family. The kind of mother who warmed towels for her children in advance of getting out of the tub or pool. Who made mud pies with you outside and built outdoor forts with curtains. Lovingly watched her grandkids. Who got up early every day to make French Toast for her kids. Was never late and loved to watch her Grandsons play College Baseball. She was always there to support and cheer you on. She opened her arms, heart, and home to her family. She treated her sisters children as an extension of her own. Carolyn excelled at everything she did. She worked like three people always at 110%. She was a quality inspector of electronics, an assembler, and production specialist as well as administrative assistant for large companies like Hitchner and Nashua Corp. She retired to enjoy the beautiful well kept home they built in 1977. She loved planting flowers, crocheting beautiful afghans which she made for each of her grandkids. She was a loving dedicated wife of 58 years. She enjoyed boating on the lake, RVing, family pool parties, snowmobiling trips, hunting, fishing, and wanted to be a dancer. Through her we witnessed unwavering strength, perseverance, and grace like no other. If she asked for help, you knew she really needed it. She was a fearless fighter and protector. Her smile, laugh, and beautiful big brown eyes lit up a room. She was beautiful in every way. Carolyn was loved and will be missed.

Viewing Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 from 5-9 PM at Martin Funeral Home. Rosary at 7 PM. The Burial will take place at 11 AM Thursday, October 22, 2020 at Memory Gardens of the Valley Our Lady of Guadalupe. The family encourages donations to St. Patrick Catholic Church and Queen of Peace Catholic Church in El Paso, Texas in lieu of sending flowers.

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  • Dennis Doucette Sr., Husband
  • Debbie Doucette Munden, Daughter

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    Wednesday, October 21, 2020

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    Wednesday, October 21, 2020

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    Thursday, October 22, 2020

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Gilles Frenchy Deslauriers

October 22, 2020

Caroline my dear friend of 50 years, we met in a Mobile Home Park in Tuscon, my wife and I just got married, as a neighbor we spent lots of time talking about good life, her husband worked with me at Hughes Aircraft. We had no TV,,,one day upon returning back from work, my wife told me that a neighbor bought us a new TV (It was Caroline and her husband Dennis. Now we could watch TV in the evening, we BBQ together, on weekend Dennis and I went dune buggy on the mountain camping in a tent and sleeping bag without any worry about mountain lion and woofs...Life was good. Later we bought a 10 acres where I built my house, Dennis done all the electricity while we BBQ again on the 10 acres. Then Caroline and Dennis bought a new home on Drexel Rd, I helped them to set a new swimming pool while we BBQ together...we were more than friends we were a family! They had two child Little Dennis and Debby, what a nice family...Then they moved back to New- Hampshire...what a sad day seeing my best friends leaving Tucson...But a Frenchman never give-up, with internet 30 years later, one day I called my friends back in New-Hampshire, Caroline answered , in a second she said Frenchy, there we were back in contact again, they called Little Dennis who was on the road driving his 18 whellers who talk with me, then they called Debby in El Paso where someday I will stop to say hello to my pretty girl.

May God bless this wonderful woman Caroline, Thank you to call me to let me know about this sad news...She was an Angel from the Heaven!

Gilles/Frenchy Deslauriers and Family. XXX

Debbie Munden

October 22, 2020

🥰I will love you forever Mom. You will live in my heart always. As your daughter, I am blessed beyond words to have had such an amazing Mom. Thank you for being beautiful YOU and all the blessings you sent my way. You are my best friend. I already miss our daily conversations and countless visits. I will continue to visit you in heart, and prayer. You are the strongest woman I’ve ever known. I was SO glad to see you smile, content, happy, and finally in Texas. I love you more! We all love you. Well done Mom. You did everything you wanted to do. You did it all! Rest In Peace my love. God Bless You always🙏
All my love, your Debbie

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