OBITUARY

Beatrice Elizabeth Bolduc

August 31, 1927March 3, 2018
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Beatrice Bolduc, 90 Waterville - Beatrice E. Bolduc of Waterville passed onto the Lord peacefully on March 3, 2018 with her family by her side at Lakewood Continuing Care Center. She was born Aug 31, 1927 in Fairfield to Allan & Marcella (McCabe) McInnis of Fairfield. Beatrice attended local schools and was a Lawrence High School graduate. Bea married Marcel Bolduc of Waterville. They shared over 60 years of married life. She and Marcel wintered in No Carolina and Florida for many years enjoying a well-deserved leisurely life style. She especially loved family gatherings; they were numerous and always memorable. Beatrice was a homemaker nurturing and raising her children. Family was always a top priority. She was the best Mom ever. In her spare time, you would find Bea at an ice rink cheering on at hockey games, or at home playing cards as a pastime; gin, poker and especially cribbage. She also loved playing her organ and swimming every day in the family pool. Later in life you would find her at the local beano halls, she especially loved to play beano. Bea was a member of the Parish at Immaculate Heart of Mary and active in the CFM group. After moving to Waterville, she belonged to the Notre Dame Parish. She was predeceased by her parents, her husband Marcel, an infant son Darryll D., her son Darryll W. and her daughter Deborah; as well as her sisters Louise Sanders, Bernice Quinlan, and her brother Vincent McInnis. She is survived by son David and his wife Kathy (Naples, FL); son Daniel and his wife Jane (Sidney, ME); daughter Donna and her husband Bill Boutin (Sidney, ME); son Drew (Augusta, ME); son Dennis and his wife Norma (Oakland, ME); son Donald (Portland, ME); son Damian and his wife Nancy (Cumberland Foreside, ME); 21 grandchildren: David, Chris, Tara, Danielle, Becca, Jenna, Jillian, Jessica, Nicholas, Dylan, Brian, Matt, Allan, Patrick, Zachary, Ben, Kathryn, Jacqueline, Billy, Sarah, and Elizabeth; 18 great-grandchildren: Trevor, Collin, Chase, Leo, Alexis, Mitchell, Enzo, Marcelle, Beatrice, Benson, Carson, Corbin, Logan, Charlotte, Amelia, Elizabeth, Henry, & Alice; sister-in-law Anna Bolduc (Waterville, ME); sister Lillian Macaluso (Fullerton, CA); sister Millicent Cilley (Waterville, ME). Beatrice is also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and many, many friends. The Bolduc Family would like to give many thanks to Lakewood and its wonderful caregivers, as well as the caring staff from MaineGeneral Hospice for care and attention they gave Bea (BB). A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on July 5th at 10 am at Notre Dame Catholic Church, 112 Silver Street, Waterville, ME. Burial will follow in St. Francis Catholic Cemetery, 78 Grove Street, Waterville. Please visit www.veilleuxfuneralhome.com to view a video collage of Bea’s life and to share condolences, memories and tributes with her family. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to: Lakewood Activities Fund, 220 Kennedy Memorial Drive, Waterville, ME 04901 or MaineGeneral Hospice, 10 Water St, Waterville, ME 04901.

Services

5 July

Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 am

Notre Dame Catholic Church

112 Silver Street
Waterville

5 July

Burial

11:30 am

St, Francis Catholic Cemetery

78 Grove Street
Waterville

REMEMBERING

Beatrice Elizabeth Bolduc

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Tommie P.T. Cab Edwards

March 10, 2018

Mrs.Beau
Wow what a wonderful women this lady was and always will be she touched the hearts of everyone she came into contact with. She expecially touched mine and my kids hearts. Some of my favorite memories as i have tons is when id pick her up and bring her to the bingo hall i cant remember one day that i pulled in the woodlawns and she wasnt watching the clock waiting for me. And let me say if i was 5 min late she would have my hind end the whole way to the hall. After bingo on our drive back to the woodlawns u would find us stopping for a hot fudge sundae or a hamburger or tim hortons for a ice cream. I loved to hear the stories about her husband maurice and how Her son Danny played professional hockey and of course the ride to bingo with Danielle she was very proud of all her kids. I will never forget one christmas she asked me to take the night off and go play bingo with her, so i did and wow was that a chore. Mrs.Bea sat beside me and taught me how to draw wreaths and bells and christmas trees with a bingo card as thats what needed to be done to win!! When we werd leaving the hall she stops dead in her tracks looks up at me and says " Tom u probably won 100 times if u knew what u was doin" i laughed and said "well we all cant be a pro like u hunny" she then said " we had fun and im glad u came with me" i could see the hapiness in her eyes, as it made my day aswell. I could write and write all day of preciouse memories but i just want you to know i will miss you forever. My heart goes out to the family for the loss of such a amazing person. I love ya Bea.

Patty Williams

March 7, 2018

I will miss your sweet smile as you came every day to say hi at my desk and ask me for money 💜 every time I hear Bingo I think of you and see that sweet smile 💜 R.I.P.
my prayers and condolences to all Beas family 🙏

William Toles

March 6, 2018

A fine lady, it was a pleasure, an honor to serve her. RIP Bea.

Mary Pressey

March 5, 2018

She called me her best friend when I worked at Lakewood.. I would come a visit her and bring her Burger King ..I love her so much and will forever miss her.. I will forever be her best friend.. tell we meet again rip my BB

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Biography

Beatrice Bolduc, 90
Waterville - Beatrice E. Bolduc of Waterville passed onto the Lord peacefully on March 3, 2018 with her family by her side at Lakewood Continuing Care Center.
She was born Aug 31, 1927 in Fairfield to Allan & Marcella (McCabe) McInnis of Fairfield. Beatrice attended local schools and was a Lawrence High School graduate.
Bea married Marcel Bolduc of Waterville. They shared over 60 years of married life. She and Marcel wintered in No Carolina and Florida for many years enjoying a well-deserved leisurely life style. She especially loved family gatherings; they were numerous and always memorable.
Beatrice was a homemaker nurturing and raising her children. Family was always a top priority. She was the best Mom ever. In her spare time, you would find Bea at an ice rink cheering on at hockey games, or at home playing cards as a pastime; gin, poker and especially cribbage. She also loved playing her organ and swimming every day in the family pool. Later in life you would find her at the local beano halls, she especially loved to play beano. Bea was a member of the Parish at Immaculate Heart of Mary and active in the CFM group. After moving to Waterville, she belonged to the Notre Dame Parish.
She was predeceased by her parents, her husband Marcel, an infant son Darryll D., her son Darryll W. and her daughter Deborah; as well as her sisters Louise Sanders, Bernice Quinlan, and her brother Vincent McInnis.
She is survived by son David and his wife Kathy (Naples, FL); son Daniel and his wife Jane (Sidney, ME); daughter Donna and her husband Bill Boutin (Sidney, ME); son Drew (Augusta, ME); son Dennis and his wife Norma (Oakland, ME); son Donald (Portland, ME); son Damian and his wife Nancy (Cumberland Foreside, ME); 21 grandchildren: David, Chris, Tara, Danielle, Becca, Jenna, Jillian, Jessica, Nicholas, Dylan, Brian, Matt, Allan, Patrick, Zachary, Ben, Kathryn, Jacqueline, Billy, Sarah, and Elizabeth; 18 great-grandchildren: Trevor, Collin, Chase, Leo, Alexis, Mitchell, Enzo, Marcelle, Beatrice, Benson, Carson, Corbin, Logan, Charlotte, Amelia, Elizabeth, Henry, & Alice; sister-in-law Anna Bolduc (Waterville, ME); sister Lillian Macaluso (Fullerton, CA); sister Millicent Cilley (Waterville, ME). Beatrice is also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and many, many friends.
The Bolduc Family would like to give many thanks to Lakewood and its wonderful caregivers, as well as the caring staff from MaineGeneral Hospice for care and attention they gave Bea (BB).
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on July 5th at 10 am at Notre Dame Catholic Church, 112 Silver Street, Waterville, ME. Burial will follow in St. Francis Catholic Cemetery, 78 Grove Street, Waterville. Please visit www.veilleuxfuneralhome.com to view a video collage of Bea’s life and to share condolences, memories and tributes with her family.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to: Lakewood Activities Fund, 220 Kennedy Memorial Drive, Waterville, ME 04901 or MaineGeneral Hospice, 10 Water St, Waterville, ME 04901.