Lillian A Haglund
November 25, 1936 – July 6, 2018
Lillian Adeline Haglund died peacefully on Friday July 6th in Old Lyme, CT surrounded by her loving family. She is survived by R. Bror Haglund, her husband of 27 years; her sister Joanne Armitage and husband Michael; her four children and their spouses, Brian and Stephanie Routhier, Chuck and Jennifer Routhier, Christine and Peter Krumins, Carla Routhier; and 11 grandchildren. She is predeceased by her first husband, Claude L. Routhier, who passed away in early 2018.
Born in Berlin, NH on November 25, 1936, she’s the daughter of the late Mary and Arthur Brunelle and graduated Berlin High School in 1954. She worked her entire life starting at Brown Paper Co. in Berlin after high school and retiring from Electric Boat in Groton, CT in 1998.
An adventurous spirit, Lillian longed to live in New York. Instead, she travelled the world, and spent her winters skiing with family and friends. She was energetic and loved life, with a song in her heart and a dance step at the ready. She was a loving mother, sister, and wife, and will be greatly missed.
Family and friends are invited to celebrate Lillian's life on Saturday, July 28th, 9:30 am at Fulton-Theroux Funeral Home in Old Lyme, CT followed by mass and luncheon at 11am at Christ the King Church, also in Old Lyme, CT.
In lieu of flowers we encourage donations to your local hospice organization and the Parkinson’s Foundation.
- Visitation Saturday, July 28, 2018
- Funeral Mass Saturday, July 28, 2018
Lillian A Haglund
have a memory or condolence to add?ADD A MEMORY
July 17, 2018
Sorry to hear about Lillian. I work many years with Lillian at Electric Boat. I have very fond memories of her. Her work station was right outside my office part of that time. She was always a ray of sunshine and conducted herself in a very professional manner in her duties. It seemed like I was always the one who had to organize various parties for people leaving the department (retirements, transfers,etc.) I could always rely on Lillian to help me with much of the grunt work. She made sure things went smoothly. She will be missed.