Juliette Beaulieu - age: 83
(November 19, 1937 to March 07, 2021
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in honor of her name to the Gosnell house. 390 US Route ,Scarborough Maine 04074.
A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
Arrangements are entrusted to Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral Home, 365 Main St. Saco.
Condolences may be posted to www.dcpate.com
Juliette Beaulieu of Litchfield Maine went home to be with Our Lord Jesus on March 7th, 2021. She died peacefully with her family by her side.
She was born in Lewiston Maine on November 19th, 1937 to Juliette and Leo Blais.
She is survived by her daughters, Louise Wing, Lisa Boisvert along with their husbands and sons Alan, Tim, and Jesse and their wives. Juliette was preceded in death by her husband Sunny, son Albert and grandson Beau.
Juliette spent a lifetime doing what she loved most. She built a legacy with her husband, Sunny, of 64 years raising their six children, nineteen grandchildren, and several great grandchildren.
In her spare time, she enjoyed camping and fishing at her favorite spot in Grafton Notch. She also enjoyed knitting, playing cards and Bingo; always eager to win. She was an avid gardener producing competition quality vegetables. She loved to travel, especially to Cancun. She had a competitive edge in everything and boundless amounts of energy. She spent countless hours baking especially during the holidays creating the most beautiful memories for her family.
She was one flashy lady who never left home without the perfect jewelry to match her stylish outfits and hats.
In her later years she loved spending time with her extended family at the Elks lodge. She loved dancing and singing. She was extremely appreciative of their support through her tough and trying times.
She will be missed by many and kept alive through the memories in our hearts forever. The family would like to extend a special thanks to the staff at the Gosnell hospice house for their extraordinary care and support. Special thanks to Yvette, Brian and Mary. We could not have gotten through this without them.