Lorraine J. Dufault

Born: Sat., Mar. 26, 1932
Died: Sat., Dec. 15, 2018

Funeral Mass

10:00 AM Thu., Jan. 03, 2019
Location: Good Shepherd Church

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Linwood- Lorraine J. Dufault, 86, formerly of Providence Rd. in the Northbridge section of Linwood died Sat. Dec. 15, 2018 at St. Camillus Healthcare after an illness.

     She is survived by her cousin Darlene Dorcas of Holyoke; Darlene’s daughter Nicole Mauro and her husband Vincent of New Haven CT; a cousin, Alan Provost of Holyoke; 2 godchildren; Kevin Beauchamp, and Dennis Duvernay; several good neighbors and friends, including her best friend, Eileen Gorman of Uxbridge. Born in Northbridge on March 26, 1932 Lorraine was the daughter of Thomas A. and Lydia M. (Duvernay) Dufault and lived in Linwood all her life.

     Lorraine worked as an Assistant Court Clerk at the Westborough Court House for 25 years, retiring in 1993. Previously she worked in the Traffic Dept. at the former Whitin Machine Works many years. She was a graduate of St. Mary’s High School in Milford, Class of 1949. Lorraine was a delightful woman, and her greatest passion was travelling. She will be remembered for her sweet and caring personality. She was a longtime member of Good Shepherd Church.

     Her Funeral Mass will be held on Thurs. Jan. 3 at 10am in Good Shepherd Church, 121 Linwood St.,.Linwood. Cremation burial will follow in St. Patrick’s Cemetery. There are no calling hours. To leave a condolence message for her family please visitwww.jackmanfuneralhomes.com

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don frabotta
   Posted Wed December 19, 2018
Darlene and Nicole, My condolences to you and family. Lorraine was truly one of the nicest people anyone could want to meet on this journey called life. She will always be a "standout" person. She's always been a major part of Linwood, to me. Of late, I truly enjoyed seeing and chatting with her at our Linwood Koffee Klatsch monthly meetings at Dunkin. Even "down" things were dealt with an "up" attitude always. So glad Gary invited her to the gathering at New England Steak house a couple years ago. I know she really enjoyed herself. Her presence will be missed...but...her presence will stay with us.

Marian McGovern
   Posted Wed December 19, 2018
I worked with Lorraine for 7 years at the Westboro Court House where I was able to enjoy her laughter...her wonderful, kind and loving personality. It was such a pleasure to be around her, always happy, always complimentary and always helpful. You're amongst the angels now Lorraine. You will be missed. Godspeed.

Paul Landry
   Posted Wed December 19, 2018
I have known Lorraine all my life growing up in Linwood, she worked with my dad for Years at the "Shop" and even attended some of my youth Little League games. She was an active member of our church and was always willing and able to help out. She ALWAYS called me Alan, my older brothers name and I in turn would call her Alice, she would always giggle and say I mean Paul, she will be missed.

Juneann & Bob Demars
   Posted Thu December 20, 2018
Lorraine was a wonderful caring person and always there to help, may you RIP our dear friend.

Linda Mastrototoro
   Posted Thu December 20, 2018
I had the honor of working with Lorraine for many years at the WDC. Her laugh was infectious. She was a sweet loving woman who made work a great place to be. I have so many memories of the good times we had.
Rest in Peace my friend.

Sharon Collaro
   Posted Thu December 20, 2018
I had the greatest opportunity to work with Lorraine for many years at Westboro District Court. Everyday it was a joy to see Lorraine, she had such an electricfying laugh, not one day without a smile on her face. I looked forward to see her big costume rings that she wore everyday especially the big daisy ring. Anytime there was a party she was the first one on the dance floor, oh boy she loved to dance. Lorraine was the best & will be missed by all that knew her, my great friend rest in peace.

Donald & Margaret Callen
   Posted Thu December 20, 2018
Dear Family, We have known and loved Lorraine for 26 years since we joined the Good Shepherd Parish. Lorraine and all the other 'girls' took pride in watching our two sons grow through the Church. She, and others, urged Peggy and I to get involved with the parish and we jumped in. Lorraine always had a big smile and grin for us every single time we encountered her at various Church functions. I miss her already. However, I'm sure that she's still smiling and grinning in the presence of Our Lord.

Teresa Stimpson
   Posted Mon December 31, 2018
We lost the sweetest and kindest lady anyone could ever meet. She was dearly loved by all her neighbors surrounding her. Always had a smile and a hello that she came across. She always had love in her heart. She will be deeply missed. Condolences to the family.

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