In Memoriam : Ethel Beaudoin

Ethel Beaudoin Ethel M. Beaudoin - age: 83
(November 27, 1938 to August 30, 2022 )
Resident of Saco, Maine

Visitation Information:
A service will be held at Dennett, Craig and Pate, 13 Portland Rd Buxton, on Thursday September 8, from 5p-7p.
Graveside services will be Saturday, September 10 at 11:00am, Laurel Hill Cemetery in Saco.

Ethel M Boothby Beaudoin, 83, of Saco, passed away peacefully on Tuesday August 30th 2022 at Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough after a brief illness.

Ethel was born on November 27, 1938 in Biddeford, the daughter of Daniel T Boothby Sr and Mildred T Banks.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a son Lawrence Wayne (1965) and a daughter Lisa Lynn (1966), her three brothers Larry, Lyndon and Daniel, and her former husband, Roland Beaudoin.

She graduated from Thornton Academy in 1957.

Mrs Beaudoin worked for Giant and King’s Department Stores and on weekends for the Maine Aquarium. She spent 30 years working as a stitcher at John Roberts in Biddeford, and proudly served as their Union President. She retired when they closed in 1995.

Her passions were going to yard sales and spending time with her daughter Sharon and sister Florence.

Ethel was fun loving, with a great sense of humor. She was always ready with a smile and would help anyone who needed it. She loved yard sales, traveling, eating out and going for long car rides.

Ethel lived for 10 years at The Pines in Ocean Park. In 2007 she moved to the Park Village in Saco, where she loved spending time with her family and neighbors.

Her daughter was the love of her life and her sister Florence was her best friend. They traveled together and went to yard sales every chance they got.

She leaves behind her daughter Sharon Beaudoin and her wife, Chriss Morin of Biddeford, sister Florence Boothby of Saco, grandson Andrew Dufur of Biddeford, two nieces and six nephews. Also, her beloved cousin and close friend, Beverly Howe of Old Orchard Beach.

Suzanne Orlando - September 4, 2022Contact this person Contact this person
Sharon, Fonnie and family, Very sorry to hear about Ethel.. she was like a second mom to me growing up on Pleasant street.. I have always felt it was because of her that I got my gypsy attitude and love of cruising, going to yard sales and the lake.. she was so funny and I always adored her.. thinking of you both during this time.. Suzanne (Tardif) Orlando. OOB


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