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Lawrence J. Saucier

November 2, 1927August 25, 2021
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Lawrence J. Saucier 1927-2021 Lewiston-The Lord called Lawrence J. Saucier of Lewiston on 8/25/2021 at the age of 93. He was born in Madawaska to George and Sophie (Desjardins). Lawrence is preceded in death by his loving wife Therese (Pelletier) of 65 years and by his son Bruce. He is survived by his son Lawrence and wife Mary of Ellsworth, his daughter Joline and husband Roger Sarrazin of NC, his son Steve of Lewiston, son Clayton of Lewiston and son Raymond of Auburn. Lawrence very much enjoyed spending time with his 7 grandchildren and his 9 great grandchildren even those he wasn't able to spend time with. He also left behind 2 sisters Wida(Jalbert) and Helen(Pelletier) and one brother Herman. He had various jobs during his life: logger, cement finisher, hand sewer, etc. and was known for being an incredible hard worker. Lawrence enjoyed playing his guitar, hunting deer, billiards, cooking and long walks. He was a lifetime member of the Knights of Columbus. He was also a faithful parishioner of St Peter and Paul Basilica. He will be fondly remembered as a generous, soft spoken and easy going man who made everyone around him welcome. He was also a doting and devoted husband to his wife Therese. They were inseparable and loved to spend time with family, laugh, listen to music, play cards. It gives his family great comfort to know that Dad and Mom are now united.

On line condolences at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, September 1st 10 AM at The Basilica SS. Peter and Paul (Upper Church). Committal will follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Good Shepherd Food Bank. Arrangements under the care of The Fortin Group Funeral Home 70 Horton St. Lewiston 784-4584

Services

  • A Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, September 1, 2021

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Richard Roy

September 5, 2021

My condolences to the Soucier family. Uncle Lawrence I will miss you. May you rest in peace with your love ones that have passed before you. You will be in my ❤️ forever.

Claude Mailhot

September 1, 2021

Prayers for the entire Saucier family in your time of loss.

CLIfford Roy

August 31, 2021

My condolence to the family. I will always love you and miss you uncle Lawrence. May you rest in peace and fly high with the angles and your wife and son and sisters and brothers and your parents.
You always had a big heart with love. You will always be in my heart and not forgotten.

Melissa Saucier

August 31, 2021

I enjoyed my visits with you at Maison Marcotte and only wished life and work didn't get in my way. We would sit, talk and watch the game shows together. I have been thinking about you a lot lately and had wanted to come visit again, but I was too late. I miss you and will always love you my dear Uncle. Love you, Missy 😘❤

Larry Morin

August 30, 2021

Larry was always so polite and respectful while at St. Mary’s Residences…he always was so appreciative of whatever we did for him and although struggling with issues beyond his control, really tried to remain compliant. A Lady’s man, for sure! He helped them as he could - surrounded by many… Rest In Peace good man!

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Biography

Lawrence J. Saucier
1927-2021



Lewiston-The Lord called Lawrence J. Saucier of Lewiston on 8/25/2021 at the age of 93. He was born in Madawaska to George and Sophie (Desjardins).
Lawrence is preceded in death by his loving wife Therese (Pelletier) of 65 years and by his son Bruce.
He is survived by his son Lawrence and wife Mary of Ellsworth, his daughter Joline and husband Roger Sarrazin of NC, his son Steve of Lewiston, son Clayton of Lewiston and son Raymond of Auburn.
Lawrence very much enjoyed spending time with his 7 grandchildren and his 9 great grandchildren even those he wasn't able to spend time with.
He also left behind 2 sisters Wida(Jalbert) and Helen(Pelletier) and one brother Herman.
He had various jobs during his life: logger, cement finisher, hand sewer, etc. and was known for being an incredible hard worker.
Lawrence enjoyed playing his guitar, hunting deer, billiards, cooking and long walks.
He was a lifetime member of the Knights of Columbus. He was also a faithful parishioner of St Peter and Paul Basilica.
He will be fondly remembered as a generous, soft spoken and easy going man who made everyone around him welcome.
He was also a doting and devoted husband to his wife Therese. They were inseparable and loved to spend time with family, laugh, listen to music, play cards.
It gives his family great comfort to know that Dad and Mom are now united.

On line condolences at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, September 1st 10 AM at The Basilica SS. Peter and Paul (Upper Church). Committal will follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Good Shepherd Food Bank. Arrangements under the care of The Fortin Group Funeral Home 70 Horton St. Lewiston 784-4584