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Elaine Lorette Bournival

October 22, 1947January 15, 2021

Elaine Lorette Bournival, 73, of Manchester, passed away peacefully at home on January 15, 2021. Born in Manchester NH, on October 22, 1947, she was the eldest sister to Lorraine Chabot and Denise Nevins, and the daughter of the late Arthur M. Halde and Jeannette Halde.

Elaine grew up in Manchester, and graduated from West High School. She spent her career as a tax accountant, and served as the treasurer for the Manchester Elks for over 20 years. Elaine loved to travel, and take trips to Foxwoods with her group of closest friends.

She is survived by her daughter Tina Lunderville; son Erik Bournival and his wife Tammy; grandchildren Kyle Stanford and his wife Kim, Jessica Stanford and her boyfriend David Gamel, Joli Lunderville, Lacey Lunderville, Zachary Bournival, and Ashley Bournival; great-grandchildren Kai Bournival and Isaac Stanford; and many loving nieces, nephews, and friends.

A visitation will be held from 4-8pm on Friday February 5, 2021 at McHugh Funeral Home located at 283 Hanover St, Manchester NH. A graveside service and celebration of life will be held in the spring.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Elaine’s name to the American Lung Association.


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Diane Clark

February 5, 2021

Elaine will miss you so much. I miss all our talks. You helped me through bad times and stood up for me. I will never forget you.

Rodney Anderson

February 5, 2021

Elaine is my daughter's mother in-law and was my boss for 12 years at New England Courier. She was a great boss and good friend of mine and a great mother in-law to my daughter. She will be missed dearly and now she is in heaven with my wife Linda.

Ann Byrne

February 4, 2021

To Tina, Erik, Lorry and all of Elaine's family, we offer our deepest condolences. We know how much your Mom / Sister / Meme loved you and she enjoyed being with her family more than anything else. She was a great friend and we will miss her smile and her sense of humor. Elaine we are keeping your memory close to our hearts. Rest in peace our friend.

Paul and Ann Byrne

Alan Puglisi

February 4, 2021

Was a hard worker and a GOOD -Person...
She was a class act !
She was always helping someone in need.
She will be missed.
With Sincere Sympathy, Alan & Terry Hodgman

Debbie and Ted Jackson Anderson

February 4, 2021

Elaine was a great gal who Debbie Jackson and Ted Anderson
will miss every time we go to the lodge. I always thought of her as the “Elks Elf” who never missed an opportunity to dig in and help on any project no matter what the task — and she did it selflessly and with a few laughs !
Elaine didn’t need to be asked to help — she always offered immediately.

She was a good friend to all at the lodge and set a good example for us all when we saw her with her children and grandchildren - the love she had for them showed through.

Love You Elaine - D & T

Rhonda Scheerders

February 3, 2021

Tina and family, the lodge will never be the same she made everyone laughter and those great memories over and over again in your heart.RIP Elaine. Forever in our hearts.

Janice (Landry) Bergeron

February 3, 2021

Dear Lorraine and Denise, I am so sorry for your loss...Elaine had the sweetest smile, and personality, and although it has been a long while since I had seen her, I remember our years as neighbors on Rimmon St.

God Bless,
Janice (Landry) Bergeron

Jennie and Ray Greenlaw

January 30, 2021

You will be so missed at the Elks! That smile lit up a room! Hugs and prayers to family.

Meredith Stanley

January 25, 2021

Elaine was such a wonderful friend to my mom in the waning years of mom’s life. She did mom’s taxes and was so patient with her. I ended up asking Elaine to do my taxes, and we developed a nice friendship for these many years. My condolences to her family...she was truly one of a kind!

Mary MacLeod

January 24, 2021

My heart goes out to the family. Lorry, I'm so glad I got to meet your sister. She was kind, generous and witty! I fondly remember that dinner at the Backroom when she insisted on picking up my tab just because I was your good friend and it pleased her. She had a big heart, just like you, Lorry. Love and prayers ....