Crosman Funeral Home

40 Main Street, Lisbon Falls, ME


Patty Ann Rose Boutot

November 18, 1964June 12, 2020
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LISBON FALLS – Patty Ann Rose (Desjardins) Boutot passed away peacefully at her home on June 12th, 2020, after a long illness, surrounded by family including her loving husband, Alan J. Boutot. Patty was born on November 18th, 1964 in Van Buren, Maine to the late Gerard P. Desjardins and Lorraine (Madore) Desjardins. Patty was a 1983 VBDSS graduate and attended Casco Bay College. She and Alan were married in 1986. After a handful of part time jobs, Patty began her long and rewarding employment with LLBean in Freeport. She first worked in Retail as a Cashier and remembered cashing out Walter Cronkite and Robert Urich. Also memorable was a visit to the store by Katharine Hepburn witnessed by Patty. She soon moved into the Benefits Department where she grew in her job duties over the course of 33 years in HR. Patty became the Leave of Absence Administrator, in her words her “dream job”. Unfortunately due to her own illness she had to take a medical leave of absence and retired in October 2019. Patty was also the Chief Assistant and Lead Model at Boutot Photography from 1985- 2014, finally graduating to 2nd photo journalistic photographer for Alan, capturing the details of a multitude of weddings. Patty loved to do her own yard work. Together she and Alan maintained a beautiful home and yard. Patty is survived by her siblings: Philip Desjardins and Brigitte, of Bangor; Anne Marie Aubin and Ronald, of Hebron, CT; Peter Desjardins and Jeanne, of Durham; John Desjardins of Cundy's Harbor; Gene Desjardins of Van Buren; Mark Desjardins and Elena, of Woolwich; Paul Desjardins and Norma, of Presque Isle; Cheryl Thompson of Lisbon. Also her Boutot family: Mrs Yvonne Boutot, of Van Buren; Carline and Gaetan Dube, of Glenburn; Carmen, of Van Buren; Norman and Rachel, of Coventry, CT; her many friends and the LLBean Community. She was predeceased by her parents; a brother George; a great-nephew, Bennett Desjardins; her father-in-law Mr Rosaire Boutot and her brother-in-law Clarence. Tante Patty was a loving presence in the lives of her many nieces and nephews, great-nieces and -nephews and five godchildren. A Funeral Mass and Celebration of Patty’s life will be held at a later date at Holy Trinity Church in Lisbon Falls. A graveside service will be held at the Grand Riviere Cemetery, Van Buren at a later time. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Dempsey Center, a non-profit organization serving cancer patients and their support-givers, 29 Lowell Street, Lewiston Maine; or to St Apollonia Dental Clinic, a non-profit children’s dental center, 122 Academy Street, Presque Isle, Maine.


  • A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.


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Terri Linehan

July 4, 2020

Dearest Alan,
I was heartbroken when I heard the news
Thinking of you often, especially this weekend
I will never forget Patty ‘s beautiful smile and her positive energy would light up a room
Take care old friend,
oxo Terri Linehan

Kathy Talpey

July 2, 2020

Alan: Je pense a toi

Dont ever remember Patty without a smile, even more so when she was with you.

May she rest in peace.


Gail Worster

June 30, 2020

Simply put, to know Patty was to love her—she was just that type of special person. And she was not only kindhearted, fun-loving and genuine—she also had a unique and fabulous sense of fashion—I always said she was one of the best-dressed people at Beans and whenever I noticed Alan wearing a new shirt that happened to look great on him, his response was always the same, “Patty picked it out for me.” You are at peace now, Patty, my friend—but your sweet soul will be missed and remembered by a whole lot of people.

Eugene Desjardins

June 30, 2020

Patty and I at Lakeview Restaurant near Long Lake Maine.

Debbie Paradis

June 30, 2020

Dear Alan, my heart goes out to you. Sending my deepest condolences for your great loss. What a beautiful love and respect you shared for each other. Your tribute to your beautiful wife is filled with many happy memories. Keeping you and your family in my prayers for peace and comfort.

Kim Weaver

June 30, 2020

Alan ,

I'm so sorry for your loss my heart aches for you . Patty was a wonderful person , her happiness was infectious. . I will be praying for you .

Karen & Coune Madore Parent

June 30, 2020

Allé and the Desjardins family, we offer our most heartfelt sympathies ! God needed a special angel and saw how Patty suffered and said it is enough! She is now reunited with her siblings who have gone before her and I am sure they were all there to welcome her in God’s kingdom.
Earth has lost the most giving, wonderful, non judgemental soul that could ever exist! She had so much unconditional love to give and an infectious smile to go along! She may have been suffering inside but never ever did she let you know, and with that smile you just couldn’t tell!
Rest In Peace Patty, you deserve it so much with all the goodness you shared on earth! Your kindness, unconditional love, will be missed by all,.
With great love from your cousin Karen & Coune

Bethany Hosmer

June 27, 2020

Patty was the bravest Angel I know and always with a positive attitude. One doesn't come across a more beautiful couple than Patty and Alan. Their Love for each other was the sweetest...an example of what marriage is all about. May Alan feel God and Patty's arms around him in her absence. Love to you Al my pal Bethany and David

Claire Anton

June 23, 2020

Dear Alan,
I'm so, so sorry for your loss, Alan.
Not everyone is able to marry the love of their lives. You found that in each other.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Claire Anton

John & Muz Parent

June 21, 2020

This most heart wrenching loss must be so difficult...keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.