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OBITUARY

Normand R. Dumont

September 26, 1930February 3, 2020
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DEERFIELD N.H. - Normand Raymond Dumont 89, passed away at home with his family by his side. Normand was born on September 26, 1930 at St. Mary’s General Hospital to William and Lucienne (Bouchard) Dumont. Although he attended St. Joseph’s Seminarian School for grades 6 and 7 in Montreal, Canada, he also attended all other lower grades including grade 8 at St. Mary’s Elementary School in Lewiston and two years at St. Dom’s where he was a member of the hockey team. He then transferred to Lewiston High School where he met his wife, Fleurette P. (Chicoine) and graduated in 1949. They married on October 7, 1950, building a lifelong partnership with six children. He lived with his family in Auburn, working for Hahnel Brothers as an apprentice and a mechanic. When the company's workers went on strike Norm decided to relocate to Plaistow NH where he became a sheet metal foreman for Charles P. Blouin (Local 545 and 17) from 1972 until his retirement in 1993. Wanting change, they moved to Greensboro North Carolina but missed family and returned to Lewiston. Normand was active through the years as president of Sacred Heart PTA, Principal of CCD at Sacred Heart, the first Grand Knight of a newly formed K of C Council, a Boy Scout leader and a little league manager at Steven Mill Grange. In politics he was chairman of the city of the Auburn committee, on the Androscoggin County democrat committee. MGR. for the Androscoggin count ED Muskie Campaign, and worked for Frank Coffin’s campaign, and assisted with the John F. Kennedy rally held in 1962 one week before his election. He was on the calling committee informing Democrats of his arrival. Since their return back to Lewiston he was elected vice president of the senior citizens group in 2006. His favorite hobby was traveling. His traveling took him and his wife all over the U.S, Canada, Hawaii, St. Thomas, the Virgin Islands, Italy, France, Venice, Holland and Leux. Norm is survived by his children Steven, Ronald, Renee, Duane, Karen, and Kim. He was very proud of each of his six children as he also was of his 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 his 20 great grandchildren. Boston Homer, Spencer and Cameron Cate, Lena, Evelyn, Hannah Douglass, and Eveah, Ella Douglass, and Brooklyn York, Sean and Mason Adler, Jace and Michael Anderson, Braydon and Lucas Matewski, George Boutwell, Marik Phaneuf, Logan Dumont, Andrew Korizis, and Marc Korizis. He is predeceased by his siblings Roland, Omer, Ted, Lucien, and Jane Dumont and parents who lived in the Lewiston/ Auburn area.

In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the American Heart Association, 300 5th Ave., Suite 6, Waltham, MA 04251. OR https://www2.heartorg/site/SPageServer?p

Visitation will be held at The Fortin Group, 70 Horton Street in Lewiston on Thursday, February 6, 2020 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm and from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Holy Cross Church on Lisbon St in Lewiston, Maine on Friday, February 7 at 11:00am.

Condolences and fond memories of Normand may be shared at: www.thefortingroupauburn.com . Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin Group \ Plummer & Merrill Funeral Home in Auburn.

  • FAMILY

  • Norm is survived by Steven, Ronald, Renee, Duane, Karen, and Kim. He was very proud of each of his six children as he was also of his 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 his 20 great grandchildren. Boston Homer, Spencer and Cameron Cate, Lena, Evelyn, Hannah Douglass, and Eveah, Ella Douglass, and Brooklyn York, Sean and Mason Adler, Jace and Michael Anderson, Braydon and Lucas Matewski, George Boutwell, Marik Phaneuf, Logan Dumont, Andrew Korizis, and Marc Korizis. He is predeceased by his siblings Roland, Omer, Ted, Lucien, and Jane Dumont and parents who lived in the Lewiston/ Auburn area.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, February 6, 2020
  • Visitation Thursday, February 6, 2020
  • A Mass of Christian Burial Friday, February 7, 2020

Memories

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Scott Foisy

February 10, 2020

My condolences to you Renee and the entire Dumont family. May you find peace and comfort during this time. Dr. Scott P. Foisy

Sheila Woodard

February 6, 2020

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Sheila Woodard

February 6, 2020

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sheila woodard

February 6, 2020

My favorite photo of Uncle Normand and me (Sheila)- his niece. Picture taken at Kyle's wedding 2019

Missing him and wishing I were with the family during this time instead of 1100 miles away.

Sheila Woodard

February 5, 2020

My uncle, my friend.! He and Aunt Fleurette were so special to our family. I will treasure all the wonderful memories in all the years we did so much together. I remember the day they married. What a happy day that was! I remember them trusting me to babysit for my cousins. We used to do all kinds of fun things together. Mom, Dad, Kevin, Shawn and I would go to visit them so often on the weekends when they moved to NH. Kevin and Shawn loved their cousins, especially Kim and Karen since they were so close in age. He and Aunt Fleurette were the Godparents to my sister, Kathy. I remember the special day they allowed me the privilege of presiding over them as they renewed their wedding vows. I felt so honored. Then this summer I was blessed and honored to enjoy a week with just Uncle Normand and Aunt Fleurette . They always made me feel so special and, really, they were the special ones! There will always be a special place in my heart for the two of them. Much love and right now, much tears, although I know he is happy, pain free, and in the arms of Our Lord!.

Paul Duquette

February 5, 2020

As a Brother/ Sir Knight of the Knights of Columbus, we rest assured of our deserved rest with our Lord Jesus Christ. Thank you for your faithful service brother Knight.
VIVAT JESUS

Karen Korizis

February 5, 2020

Karen Korizis

February 5, 2020

Karen Korizis

February 5, 2020

Dad was my boys’ CCD teacher at St Fredericks Catholic Church. In their 3rd grade year, Marc and Mike came home from CCD both wanting to know if Santa Claus was real. I answered of course he is. After all, they were still believers and so young. Dad had told the class the true meaning of Christmas that afternoon. Well, my boys were wondering why their Pep would say otherwise. 😂
Oh my I responded, had to tell them the truth. There were a lot of calls from parents that night to the Pastor.
We laugh all the time about this now.

Karen Korizis

February 5, 2020

Dad was the first one to see me after I delivered Marc. My first delivery took more than 24 hours. They brought Marc to Dad and he told me his ear was broken. Of course he was teasing me but I had no clue, first baby and all. So I pushed the call button in a panic. The Dr came in and laughed. He said your dads pulling your leg. Marc was all ears and no neck . Dad laughed. Thought it was hysterical.

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Biography

DEERFIELD N.H. - Normand Raymond Dumont 89, passed away at home with his family by his side. Normand was born on September 26, 1930 at St. Mary’s General Hospital to William and Lucienne (Bouchard) Dumont. Although he attended St. Joseph’s Seminarian School for grades 6 and 7 in Montreal, Canada, he also attended all other lower grades including grade 8 at St. Mary’s Elementary School in Lewiston and two years at St. Dom’s where he was a member of the hockey team. He then transferred to Lewiston High School where he met his wife, Fleurette P. (Chicoine) and graduated in 1949. They married on October 7, 1950, building a lifelong partnership with six children. He lived with his family in Auburn, working for Hahnel Brothers as an apprentice and a mechanic. When the company's workers went on strike Norm decided to relocate to Plaistow NH where he became a sheet metal foreman for Charles P. Blouin (Local 545 and 17) from 1972 until his retirement in 1993. Wanting change, they moved to Greensboro North Carolina but missed family and returned to Lewiston. Normand was active through the years as president of Sacred Heart PTA, Principal of CCD at Sacred Heart, the first Grand Knight of a newly formed K of C Council, a Boy Scout leader and a little league manager at Steven Mill Grange. In politics he was chairman of the city of the Auburn committee, on the Androscoggin County democrat committee. MGR. for the Androscoggin count ED Muskie Campaign, and worked for Frank Coffin’s campaign, and assisted with the John F. Kennedy rally held in 1962 one week before his election. He was on the calling committee informing Democrats of his arrival. Since their return back to Lewiston he was elected vice president of the senior citizens group in 2006. His favorite hobby was traveling. His traveling took him and his wife all over the U.S, Canada, Hawaii, St. Thomas, the Virgin Islands, Italy, France, Venice, Holland and Leux. Norm is survived by his children Steven, Ronald, Renee, Duane, Karen, and Kim. He was very proud of each of his six children as he also was of his 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 his 20 great grandchildren. Boston Homer, Spencer and Cameron Cate, Lena, Evelyn, Hannah Douglass, and Eveah, Ella Douglass, and Brooklyn York, Sean and Mason Adler, Jace and Michael Anderson, Braydon and Lucas Matewski, George Boutwell, Marik Phaneuf, Logan Dumont, Andrew Korizis, and Marc Korizis. He is predeceased by his siblings Roland, Omer, Ted, Lucien, and Jane Dumont and parents who lived in the Lewiston/ Auburn area.

In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the American Heart Association, 300 5th Ave., Suite 6, Waltham, MA 04251. OR https://www2.heartorg/site/SPageServer?p

Visitation will be held at The Fortin Group, 70 Horton Street in Lewiston on Thursday, February 6, 2020 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm and from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Holy Cross Church on Lisbon St in Lewiston, Maine on Friday, February 7 at 11:00am.

Condolences and fond memories of Normand may be shared at: www.thefortingroupauburn.com .
Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin Group \ Plummer & Merrill Funeral Home in Auburn.