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S.G. Thibault Funeral Home

250 Penobscot Street, Rumford, ME

Due to the recent health concerns regarding the Covid-19 Virus, Julie's services have been CANCELLED and will be rescheduled at a later date. The family appreciates your condolences and your thoughts ...
OBITUARY

Julie C. Chiasson

August 19, 1933March 13, 2020

Julie C. Chiasson, 86 of Harlow Hill Rd., in Mexico, passed away surrounded by her loving family on March 13, 2020, from injuries sustained in a fall. She was born in In Rumford, Maine on August 19, 1933, the daughter of Peter and Macie (Bennett) Turbide. Julie was educated in Rumford Schools and was a graduate of Stephens High School Class of 1951. She worked at a young age as a candy striper at Rumford Community Hospital. She married Albert "Abbie" Chiasson on February 13, 1952. He passed away on April 2, 1988. Julie was employed for over 30 years in the meat department at Hannaford. She was a communicant of St. Theresa's Church in Mexico. She was a member of the Rumford Hospital Auxiliary and the Mexico Historical Society. Julie was known for her homemade candy especially her fudge and needhams. She was a giver, always willing to lend a hand. Her personality was one of a kind, forever joyful with a beautiful sense of humor. She will be missed tremendously by all that knew her. She is survived by her daughter Gail Dorr and husband James of Mexico. Two sisters Priscilla Breau of Mexico and Nora Villard of P.E.I. A brother Maurice "Butch" Turbide and wife Marilyn of Arizona. Two grandaughters Erica Marshall and husband Michael of Norway and Ashley Dorr of Mexico. Five great grandchildren Timothy Haas, Abigail "Abbie" Haas, Joshua Haas, Morgan Carter and Lilith Butterfield. She was predeceased by her parents, husband Abbie Chiasson, three infant sons, a sister Yvonne Campbell and a brother Phillip Turbide.

  • FAMILY

  • Peter Turbide, Father (deceased)
  • Marcie (Bennett) Turbide, Mother (deceased)
  • Albert "Abbie" chiasson, Husband (deceased)
  • Gail Dorr & Husband James, Daughter
  • Priscilla Breau, Sister
  • Nora Villard, Sister
  • Maurice "Butch" Turbide & Wife Marilyn, Sister
  • Erica Marshall & Husband Mike, Granddaughter
  • Ashley Dorr, Granddaughter
  • Timothy Haas, Great Grandson
  • Abigail "Abbie" Haas, Great Granddaughter
  • Joshua Haas, Great Grandson
  • Morgan Carter, Great Granddaughter
  • Lilith Butterfield, Great Granddaughter
  • Yvonne Campbell, Sister (deceased)
  • Philip Turbide, Brother (deceased)
  • Three infant sons, Sons (deceased)

Services

  • The Mass has been cancelled , Graveside Service in the Spring

Memories

Julie C. Chiasson

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Karen MacDonald

March 19, 2020

Gail,
Remembering your parent's visits at the home of Lawrence and Evelyn....your father's mandolin playing and your mother's gracious smile. Sending prayers your way on this sad occasion

Sincerely,
Karen MacDonald
(Neighbor )

Barbara Belanger

March 18, 2020

Gail and family
My sympathy to each of you. I have truly enjoyed knowing Julie. I have had the pleasure of working with her through our connection and love of the Hospital Auxiliary. Any project Julie was there with eagerness to help and always with her smile and great sense of humor and of course her GOODIES she always brought “to help us get through the day”. You will be missed my friend. Rest In Peace.

Barbara Belanger

Brenda Duguay

March 17, 2020

What sad news about Julie. We will always have so many wonderful memories of her, not just her fudge and needhams, but her meat pies and generous spirit. We were so lucky to have dined at her table, and shared so many laughs. Her many years in the meat room were the beginning of a life long friendship with her and Mike, and all her “boys”. Sending our sympathies to all of you.

Randy Chaisson

March 17, 2020

I will always cherish the memories of my Aunt Julie . The many family get togethers at Poplar Hill she always paid a lot of attention to all of us kids , making us a part of the celebrations. She will hold a special place in my heart forever.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY