Louise Kaulback

February 17, 1937January 27, 2021

Louise N. Kaulback February 17, 1937 – January 27, 2021

Louise went to join her beloved Dayl F. Kaulback Sr at the age of 83 on 1-27-21. She was born February 17, 1937 to Alfred J Nadeau and Delvina (Drapeau) Nadeau in Rumford Maine. She was a life long resident of Rumford. Louise attended Stephen’s high school and graduated as part of the class of 1955. Louise married the love of her life Dayl F.Kaulback Sr in July of 1958. They had their first and only child “little Dayl” in April of 1959. Louise worked at the Rumford paper mill for more than 40 years. After retirement Louise worked as the treasurer for the Rumford Eagles Aries #1248. Also spending her time as the bingo chairman. In her spare time Louise loved nothing more than spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoyed playing cribbage with her eagle buddies and playing bingo. She loved old time movies and crime drama television. Playing computer games and listening to her extensive CD collection. Louise also never missed a good party. Louise is survived by her son Dayl F Kaulback Jr and wife Aleece Martin-Kaulback of Mexico. Grandchildren April J. DeRoche and husband Edward DJ. DeRoche Sr of Carthage, Eric D. Kaulback of Oakland, Jamie L. Kaulback of Oakland and River Martin of Hollowell. She also considered Dakota M. Bentley as one of her own. Great grandchildren Skyla Dubois of Rumford, Marina DeRoche of Canton, Edward DeRoche Jr, Vincent DeRoche, Jordan Dubois, Julian Deroche all of Carthage and Raeleigh Kaulback of Oakland. Great-great grandchildren Emmett DeRoche of Canton and Oliver Dubois of Augusta. She was predeceased by her husband and her parents. All of her siblings Alfred Jr, George, William, John and Lydia. Services will not be held at this time and will be announced when it is safer to do so. The family would like to thank each and every person who has reached out with a memory to share or a kind word to give in this most difficult time. “Weezy” we love you a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck. Rest peacefully our angle girl.


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Olga Richardson

February 13, 2021

To Louise's Family --
Hold on to your memories and let them guide you during this time of sadness.
Louise was involved with many school activities - always lending a helping hand. For years she served on the Stephens High School Class of 1955 Class Reunions.

With deep sympathy from the Stephens High School Class of 1955.

Dan Grenier

February 4, 2021

Louise has left a big void and will be deeply missed. Words cannot express our sadness to hear this news. We send our deepest sympathy to Little Dayle, April, and all close family and friends. Please know that we share in your sorrow as you think of Louise and remember her for her laughter and the joy brought to all of us. With much love,
the Greniers - Donald, Jacque, and Dan

Marie Woods

February 4, 2021

Ahhh, Louise,
Working with you was such an adventure.
Being your friend was a joy.
Love you to the heavens!

Andrew Cormier

February 2, 2021

So sadden to hear of her passing She was such a wonderful lady growing up the same age as her son Dale i had many times come over to the house visit for a few minutes waiting for Dale just a wonderful couple her and her husband she will be missed by all friends and family but know that the time will come for us to be reunited again Rest in peace

Linda Zadakis

February 2, 2021

Rest in peace Aunt Louise.

Karen Ellis

January 31, 2021

My deepest sympathy goes out to All of Louise's Family and Friends. She was one of a kind. Always keeping us laughing from bowling to bingo, cookouts at the pond to China Diner.. . May you feel GOD's Loving arms wrapped around you to bring you comfort and peace. R.I.P. Louise I will miss you my Friend until we meet again

Donna Merchant

January 30, 2021

A wonderful woman she will be greatly missed, so sorry for the the family and friends. She was well-known