OBITUARY

Constance Louise Arsenault

April 13, 1941November 2, 2018
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On Friday, November 2, 2018, heaven gained another angel, Constance L. “Connie” Arsenault, who passed peacefully, with her family by her side.

She was born on April 13, 1941, in Lewiston, Maine to John and Gertrude (Nutting) Bennett of Leeds, Maine. She was educated in Wilton schools, and transitioned to work in her parents’ bakery in Wilton, Maine. She was employed later in life by Bass Shoe, Linnell Motel, and the Cozy Inn Nursing Home.

She enjoyed gardening, canning, sewing, knitting and doing puzzles. She also enjoyed having Monday night dinners with family, and spending time with her beloved Grandchildren, and special Grandson, Damien.

She is survived by her Daughter, Cathy Calden of Minot; Sons, Dennis Calden and wife Colleen of Mexico, Ricky Calden and wife Melanie of Rumford, Ronnie Calden of Richmond, and Cussy Arsenault and wife Michele of Rumford; Grandchildren, Eric, Erin, Zachary, Alison, Nathan, Rachel, Derek, Chad, Courtney, Brandon, Damien, Dylan, Sydney and several Great-Grandchildren.

She was predeceased by her Mother Gertrude, her Father John, sisters, and Granddaughter Kali.

The family wishes to thank the staff at Rumford Hospital for the wonderful care given to Connie.

  • FAMILY

  • John Bennett, Father
  • Gertrude (Nutting) Bennett, Mother
  • Cathy A. Calden, Daughter
  • Dennis L. Calden & Wife Colleen, Son
  • Ricky A. Calden & Wife Melanie, Son
  • Ronnie B. Calden, Son
  • Cussy J. Arsenault & Wife Michele, Son
  • Nieces & Nephews, Several
  • Eric, Erin, Alison, Zac, Rachel, Chad, Nathan, Courtney, Derek, Brandon, Dylan, Damien and Sydney, Grandchildren
  • Great Grandchildren, Several
  • Kali Calden, Granddaughter
  • Nancy & Dorothy, Sisters

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, November 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Constance Louise Arsenault

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Bsrbara Demers

November 8, 2018


I have so many wonderful memories of Connie. When my mother and I moved to Wilton to be near her family, I was 9 years old, she was 15. She immediately took me under her wing, as I knew no one. We always had fun, and through the years we really tried to stay in touch. But, as usual, we got busy with our own stuff, and kind of lost touch for awhile. Bruce and I went to visit Connie numerous times later in years after our kids were grown and gone, and we would get caught up. We 3 went to visit Uncle Robert one time, he always was so much fun to be with, and of course we had to have lobsters! On the way through Wilton, she and I made Bruce stop, and we got out and walked through town, talking about so many memories that we each had. We saw where we each had lived, where her Dad's bakery had been, etc. What fun!

She was very dear to me, I loved her, too, and my heart goes out to the family, my thoughts are with you all.


Love Always,
Cousin Barb

Mechell LaPointe Smith

November 7, 2018

Your mother was a hot ticket! She loved life and having a good time. She was a joy to be around! My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

Ernie Farrar

November 6, 2018

I remember a big smile throughout the years that I've known her. Through that smile was warm and sincere laughter. Just in that she was, is, and will be a gift when we remember.

Cathy Calden

November 6, 2018

Mom was a special lady whom loved her 5 children, many grandchildren & great grandchildren with all her heart💜.
I will never forget how hard she fought to live because she did not want to leave her family 💜She insisted to live alone in her house and was the strongest person I ever knew. I reached for my phone to call you today 💔
I Love You Mom & Will Always Miss You😘

Debbie Mcdonald

November 6, 2018

Cussy & family, We are so sorry for the loss of your mother. I enjoyed many memories with her at Dummer’s, will always remember her smile & her friendship. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love ya Debbie & Doug

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