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OBITUARY

Fleurette C. Dumont

June 23, 1932June 10, 2020
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Deerfield NH- Fleurette Pearl Chicoine Dumont died Wednesday June 10. She was born on June 23, 1932 in Auburn, Maine to Arthur J. and Lydia Marie (Ouellette) Chicoine. She was the youngest of six, two brothers: Lionel and Rene and three sisters: Yvette (Roy), Pauline (Morin), and Lorraine Chicoine all of Lewiston/Auburn. They, along with her parents have predeceased her. She was the wife of the late Normand R. Dumont, marrying on October 7, 1950. They had six beautiful children whom they were very proud of: Steven, Ronald, Renee (Boutwell), Duane, Karen (Korizis), and Kim (Dumont). They have 17 grandchildren: Jeanne, Sasha, Kelsa, and Kyle Phaneuf, Colby and Tyler Boutwell, Seth and Matthew Dumont, Christopher, Joseph, and Dillon Douglass, Ethan Dumont and Jessica Gagne, Marc, Michael and Georgette Korizis, Jordan Schieferdecker and 21 great grandchildren: Boston Homer, Spencer and Cameron Cate, Dylan Dumont, Lena, Evelyn, Hannah Douglass, Eveah and Ella Douglass, Brooklyn York, Sean and Mason Adler, Michael and Jace Anderson, Braydon and Lucas Matewski, George Boutwell, Marik Phaneuf, Logan Dumont, Andrew Korizis, and Marc Korizis. She attended Auburn schools and graduated from Edward Little High in 1949 and later joined the Beta Sigma Phi sorority with her niece Sheila Woodard. While growing up she was known for her beautiful singing voice and wonderful dancing ability. Later as a mother she was President of the K of C auxiliary and a card party co-chairperson for the PTA of Sacred Heart. She went to the Muskie Governor’s Ball where she danced with Gary Merrill as her husband had the honor to dance with Betty Davis, two well-known actors/actresses. She and her husband were invited to the Presidential Ball in Washington, DC during John F Kennedy’s administration. She lived in Auburn for many years until her husband transferred his workplace to Plaistow, New Hampshire. Upon his retirement and hers as a Day Care Provider, they moved to Greensboro, North Carolina until missing family and returning to Lewiston. She was a longtime owner/operator of Dumont’s Licensed Day Care from 1972-1993 while in Plaistow, New Hampshire where she worked with her sister, Lorraine. She was a full time caregiver of her mother along with her sister Lorraine whom both lived with her for over 35 years. Her favorite hobby was traveling where she and her husband went throughout the US and Canada including Hawaii as well as St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, France, Italy, and Venice. You are invited to offer condolences and pay tribute to Fleurette’s life by visiting her guest book at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com Visitation will be on Saturday June 20 from 1-4 PM at Fortin/Lewiston. She will be laid to rest with her husband at a later date at St. Peter’s Cemetery. In lieu of flowers family members are asking for a donation to the Alzheimer’s Assoc. 225 N. Michigan Ave,. Floor 17 Chicago, Il 60601. Arrangements are under the care & direction of The Fortin Group Funeral Homes, Cremation & Monument Services 70 Horton St. Lewiston, ME 04240 (207) 784-4584.

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, June 20, 2020

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Marc Joseph Korizis

June 21, 2020

Meme,

I will miss you. Say hi to Pepe!
Love Sharky

George Korizis

June 19, 2020

I’ve known
Fleurette for



30 years. She had my son s Mike and Marc I. N her daycare. Which Is where I met my now wife her,daughter Karen. Once while dating I took Karen to a monsters of rock concert at great woods. Wegot back at 3
am.the following morning when I dropped my son off to daycare she met me on the porch with broom in hand. She let me know she was not happy with me. Message
Received. But, she loved me ever since. I loved I her too. George Korizis.

Karen Korizis

June 19, 2020

Ma,
I love you to the moon and back. I will cherish all of you; the mom that raised me, the mom that saved me and guided me through life's challenges, the mom that was an example of strength for all throughout your entire life. You showed us how to live and how to die gracefully. You were an awesome mom, a loving daughter, sister and a very proud grandmother. You are forever in my heart.

Karen

Jeanne-Ellen Phaneuf

June 17, 2020

Jeanne-Ellen Phaneuf

June 17, 2020

Jeanne-Ellen Phaneuf

June 17, 2020

renee boutwell

June 16, 2020

Mom I will always remember you and keep you close to my heart. I am so blessed to have spent these past years with you by my side and shared you with Doug and all our children and grandchildren, but most of all to have been there by your side your last few hours on earth before you joined dad and your family in heaven. Helping you in this journey home to Jesus will always bring a smile to me cause in the end you'd been anxiously waiting to join dad by His side. NO ONE CAN EVER BE IN A BETTER PLACE THAN YOU ARE NOW. Doug and I have so many memories and stories to share. We love you and hope someday to be by your side again with Jesus in Heaven. LOVE RENEE

Sheila Woodard

June 16, 2020

Aunt Fleurette, my very special aunt was always busy with some project, trip, camping, caring for little children along with her own grand children, caring for her mother in her later years along with her sister, Aunt Lorraine. She loved attending plays, shopping, and using their timeshare at various places. She and her husband, Uncle Normand, especially loved family times with everyone gathering at their home for a delicious home cooked meal along with hearing all that was going on in each of their lives. She and Uncle Normand were very close to our family and loved my Mom and Dad. When she was very young, she loved to go visit my Mom and Dad. Since they had just married, they took to her as if she were their own daughter. When they moved to Plaistow, N. H. we missed them terribly and visited at least one or two weekends a month. I always looked up to both of them as she was so pretty and outgoing and he was so nice. She was a wonderful dancer. I can still see her in her rumba costume, slim and beautiful as well as limber and graceful. I will always cherish our times together, especially our road trip to Disney , Mom, me, my two sons, Kevin and Shawn along with Aunt Fleurette, Uncle Normand, Karen and Kim.....all together in my new station wagon with Uncle Normand behind the wheel. I will also, always cherish my last week long visit at Renee's home where I got to spend the best quality time with them a few months ago. They were so proud of their children and their spouses, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. .... and I am proud to be able to say they were my relatives!!!! Aunt Fleurette, I will miss you. I loved you lots.

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Biography

Deerfield NH- Fleurette Pearl Chicoine Dumont died Wednesday June 10. She was born on June 23, 1932 in Auburn, Maine to Arthur J. and Lydia Marie (Ouellette) Chicoine. She was the youngest of six, two brothers: Lionel and Rene and three sisters: Yvette (Roy), Pauline (Morin), and Lorraine Chicoine all of Lewiston/Auburn. They, along with her parents have predeceased her. She was the wife of the late Normand R. Dumont, marrying on October 7, 1950. They had six beautiful children whom they were very proud of: Steven, Ronald, Renee (Boutwell), Duane, Karen (Korizis), and Kim (Dumont). They have 17 grandchildren: Jeanne, Sasha, Kelsa, and Kyle Phaneuf, Colby and Tyler Boutwell, Seth and Matthew Dumont, Christopher, Joseph, and Dillon Douglass, Ethan Dumont and Jessica Gagne, Marc, Michael and Georgette Korizis, Jordan Schieferdecker and 21 great grandchildren: Boston Homer, Spencer and Cameron Cate, Dylan Dumont, Lena, Evelyn, Hannah Douglass, Eveah and Ella Douglass, Brooklyn York, Sean and Mason Adler, Michael and Jace Anderson, Braydon and Lucas Matewski, George Boutwell, Marik Phaneuf, Logan Dumont, Andrew Korizis, and Marc Korizis.
She attended Auburn schools and graduated from Edward Little High in 1949 and later joined the Beta Sigma Phi sorority with her niece Sheila Woodard. While growing up she was known for her beautiful singing voice and wonderful dancing ability. Later as a mother she was President of the K of C auxiliary and a card party co-chairperson for the PTA of Sacred Heart. She went to the Muskie Governor’s Ball where she danced with Gary Merrill as her husband had the honor to dance with Betty Davis, two well-known actors/actresses. She and her husband were invited to the Presidential Ball in Washington, DC during John F Kennedy’s administration.
She lived in Auburn for many years until her husband transferred his workplace to Plaistow, New Hampshire. Upon his retirement and hers as a Day Care Provider, they moved to Greensboro, North Carolina until missing family and returning to Lewiston.
She was a longtime owner/operator of Dumont’s Licensed Day Care from 1972-1993 while in Plaistow, New Hampshire where she worked with her sister, Lorraine. She was a full time caregiver of her mother along with her sister Lorraine whom both lived with her for over 35 years.
Her favorite hobby was traveling where she and her husband went throughout the US and Canada including Hawaii as well as St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, France, Italy, and Venice.
You are invited to offer condolences and pay tribute to Fleurette’s life by visiting her guest book at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com
Visitation will be on Saturday June 20 from 1-4 PM at Fortin/Lewiston. She will be laid to rest with her husband at a later date at St. Peter’s Cemetery. In lieu of flowers family members are asking for a donation to the Alzheimer’s Assoc. 225 N. Michigan Ave,. Floor 17 Chicago, Il 60601. Arrangements are under the care & direction of The Fortin Group Funeral Homes, Cremation & Monument Services 70 Horton St. Lewiston, ME 04240 (207) 784-4584.