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Lindquist Funeral Home

1 Mayberry Ln, Yarmouth, ME

OBITUARY

Lorraine Frances Moreau

November 15, 1932June 19, 2020

1932-2020

Portland- Lorraine Hamilton Moreau, 87, on June 19, 2020 as the result of Covid19. She lived in Falmouth most of her life. Lorraine graduated from Falmouth Schools and attended business school.

She worked for her Dad at Hamilton Service Station as a bookkeeper for 48 years. Her brother George joined the business when he graduated and it was a great family business.

Lorraine and her husband Albert enjoyed traveling with the Holiday Rambler Camping Group. They meet wonderful people all over the country. Their special place was Rangeley Maine to the family camp where they enjoyed all the seasons and saw Kathy and Scott grow to become wonderful adults.

Lorraine enjoyed Arizona in the winter and came back to Maine in the summer. It was the best of both worlds with wonderful memories.

She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 56 years, Albert Moreau, her father & mother George and Bernice Hamilton, and her brother George Hamilton Jr.

She is survived by her sister Patricia Hamilton Bernard, sister in law, Joanne Hamilton, daughter Katherine Jorgensen and Husband Ernest Lambert, son, A. Scott Moreau, and grandchildren, Matthew Voltas-Moreau & Christian Voltas-Moreau.

Lorraine was a member of the West Falmouth Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in her honor to her church.

A memorial service will take place at a later date.

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MARTIAL MASON

July 9, 2020

I am sorry to hear this. Wonderful neighbor and friend. My condolences to all.

Martha Ollove

July 8, 2020

Scott,

I know it has been a long time since High School but I wanted you to know that my heart goes out to you for your loss. Having Covid throw an ugly wrench at your mom’s already disabled self due to dementia seems like a cruel blow.

Over time may happy memories fill your heart and take more space than those difficult ones of the recent past. She lived a full, busy, happy life and loved her family. What more is there?

Take Care, Scott.
With heartfelt sympathy,
Martha Cohen Ollove

Gail Crocker

July 8, 2020

Lorraine usually was sporting a smile and was a wonderful conversationalist. As a child I remember going to "the station" with my dad and Lorraine would be behind the desk, the Minor bird chattering away. She is one in my memories of Hamilton-Small family gatherings. I'm delighted to have some of her flowers from her home growing in my garden.
I absolutely loved her REAL homemade mincemeat when "the fellas" got her venison! I regret that we did not get the cooking date we had made for her to teach me how to make it ( or give me the contacts to her "fellas").

Madeleine Segal

July 8, 2020

I was sorry to read of Lorraine's passing today, and remember her quite fondly as a member of the wonderful Hamilton family. My family had a strong connection all the way back to George Sr., and my dad, Edward I. Bernstein, often referred to his dad, Levi and his friendship w/ George. When Rubin and I returned on the Prince of Fundy from our honeymoon trip, he was on board w/ his grandson, and we were George's guests for dinner, so it was a special time and memory. We continued to bring our car to Hamilton's when George Jr. ran the business, and when my older son Stephen was born, we received a one piece outfit from him which had a tow truck woven into the fabric, and was frequently worn until it was outgrown and a great reminder of our years of friendship and connection. Again, I am very sorry for your family's loss, and thinking of you at this challenging time. Madeleine (Bernstein) Segal

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY