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In Memory of
Claudette D. Lemelin (Castonguay)
1933 - 2018
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Condolence From: Sheila Richardson
Condolence: When I worked for Frenchy and Claudette painting in their farmhouse on Rt. 4 in Livermore, she and I had some great conversations about her work at the "diner" as well as mine painting for her sisters Pat and Pauline. Claudette loves to cook and bake , as do I, so we talked about recipes, all of which she all ready knew of, and was good to share with me her tips and helps. She made her "pailful of Bran muffins"while I was there, and had me stop for coffee and a muffin , or two , or three. It was soo hard to eat just one warm bran muffin with butter. Claudette was as warm as the muffins;she was compassionett and sharing. She's one of my customers I shall long remember.
Tuesday March 27, 2018
Condolence From: Darryl & Belinda Winter
Condolence: Our through and prayers to the family she will be remembered for her great cooking and for her love for family and and friends and when the holidays came she made her meat pie so good.she will be miss RIP Claudette
Saturday March 24, 2018
Condolence From: Raymond and Sherry Chabot
Condolence: Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Claudette. She always had a smile for everyone. I remember eating at her home with my parents, then at Bear Mountain Diner with my husband. She was a great cook, my husband especially loved her fish chowder and Frenchy would often bring a dish or two to our home in Livermore.
Friday March 23, 2018
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