Therese A. Michaud
April 2, 1945 – August 17, 2021
Therese A. Michaud, 76, of Danville, Maine passed away on August 17, 2021 surrounded by her children. She was born in Lewiston on April 2, 1945 to Luc and Germaine Goyette. Terry worked for Central Maine Medical Center as a radiology file clerk for over 27 years. Before that she worked for 20 plus years in the Bates Textile Mill in Lewiston. Terry had a fabulous sense of humor and loved to make people laugh. She always looked for ways to pay it forward. She paid for meals for strangers and on occasion volunteered for Habitat for Humanity. Terry loved her scratch tickets and Dunkin’ coffee. She enjoyed many years of living with close friends Susanne and Hank Trumble Sr. and Don Hamel all affectionately known to many as the Apple Dumpling Gang. Terry truly loved her family and those she considered family. Terry is survived by her son Maurice Pelletier and his wife Kristina, her daughter Paula Pelletier and her partner Evelyn, and her bonus children Tammy Rogers, Danny Michaud, and Hank Trumble Jr. She is also survived by her grandchildren Caelan, Emma, Evan, and Cassie and her sister Anita Canuel and her husband Roland, her sister Jeannie Berube, brother Raymond Goyette and his wife Pauline, and brother Bert Goyette and his wife Sally. Terry was predeceased by her husband Jerry Michaud, dear friend Susanne Trumble, and several brothers and sisters. Terry will be dearly missed by many including her many nieces and nephews. At Terry’s wish, interment services for immediate family will be held at a later date. In honor of the wonderful care Terry received, donations can be made in her memory to Androscoggin Hospice House in Auburn.
Arrangements are under the care and direction of The Fortin Group 70 Horton St. Lewiston. www.thefortingrouplewiston.com
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Therese A. Michaud
August 28, 2021
If we're lucky, someone comes into our life and quietly give us a glimpse of grace and wisdom. For me, Terry was one of those people and I can't begin to put into words how much she meant to me. She was a kind and wise soul, beautiful both inside and out. Working together we shared many smiles and for me she will always be "the little green person". Although time, work and life moved us away from daily interactions, I am a better person for having known her. Maurice and Paula, I'll miss running into your mom at a store or passing on a street ; I'll miss her hugs, her smiles and her latest adventures with scratch tickets. She was so very proud of both of you and you've become a wonderful reflection of all her hard work and dedication. God bless and take care.
August 24, 2021
I worked with Terry at the Mill and at the Hospital. I will miss her smile, her jokes and her friendship. I haven't kept in touch as much as I wanted, my fault! I did call her on her birthday and sing her Happy Birthday. I had no idea she was sick! She sounded fine at that time. She wasn't one to bother people with her problems,
I wish she had! I will miss her terribly. We were friends and we knew we were there for each other if need be. I just wished she reached out to me. I know with the virus going on it was difficult to do that. Moe & Paula please know my heart felt sympathies are with you in this most difficult time as it is with the rest of the family too. Please call if you need anything!!!!
August 20, 2021
First, to Maurice and Paula, my love and prayers to you both!!! So many memories of Aunt Terry, 'Tante' .... weddings when she and her sisters danced the jitterbug, to how her face lit up when she spoke about her grand babies. She was, without a doubt, one of the kindest-hearted people I have ever known ... generous, giving and willing to help anyone. When I called her about a month ago so worried about her illness, I realized after I hung up that she was the one who was reassuring me .... no words are adequate for the beautiful human being she is .... and I know she is with Jesus, with all who have gone to glory before her ... and especially with my Mom, and her other sisters Georgette, Rita and Lorraine ... and you can bet there's one heckuva card game going on! The stars are shining a wee bit brighter tonight .... an amazing soul does that. Rest easy in the arms of Jesus Tante ... where there is amazing love, joy beyond joy and endless illumination! You are sooooo loved! And forever, always in my heart.
August 20, 2021
You welcomed me with open arms when I married your son. You continued to treat me as your daughter even after we went our separate ways. You were there every day to rock your grandson when he was born and never left his side for the 22 years you got to share with him. I am going to miss our trips for breakfast at Fran’s Place and my Saturday phone calls to see how the week went. You were truly one of the sweetest woman I have ever known and I will miss everything about you. I love you with all my heart.