Laureen M. Dillon

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AUBURN – Laureen M. Dillon, 48, of Auburn, passed away Thursday, April 27, surrounded by her loving family and friends, after a courageous battle with cancer.

“Laurie” was born on Feb. 6, 1958, in Quincy, Mass., the daughter of Dorothy (Walsh) and William Dillon. She graduated in 1977 from Oxford Hills High School.

She was a senior supervisor for L.L.Bean at the Peck building in Lewiston, where she was respected and loved by all of her coworkers and customers.

Her true passion in life was her commitment and dedication to her family and friends. She also enjoyed shopping (especially for shoes), the ocean, Red Sox games, and never missed her numbers.

She will be remembered for her contagious smile and unique one liners – “Hellllo!” Even throughout the most difficult days of her battle, her humor was never absent. She will forever remain an inspiration and role model to all those who had the pleasure of knowing her.

She will remain in our hearts forever, and will be sadly missed by her husband, Mark Sirois; her daughter, Ashley Sirois and boyfriend, Joey Brown; her mother, Dorothy Rogers; her father, William Dillon and companion, Pat Watt; her sister, Donna DiConzo, her husband, Nick, and their three children, Nicky, Kady, and David; her brother, David Dillon; her father-in-law, Joseph Sirois and his wife, Shirley; her Aunt Marlene Carr; her brother-in-law, Normand Sirois, his wife, Tammi, and their daughters, Desiree and Vanessa; her brother-in-law, Glenn Sirois, wife Melani, and their three children, Joshua, Heather, her fianc, Andrew McBean, Shannon Martel, her husband, Travis, and their two sons, Noah and Elijah; her sister-in-law, Sandra Morin and husband, Henry; her brother-in-law, Lyndon Sirois, wife Kathy, and their two children, Alexander and Stephanie; her brother-in-law, Robert Sirois and his fiance, Jennifer Mott, of Minot; her “adopted children,” Jenna Brown, Audrey Mariner, and Shelby Wood; countless wonderful friends; and her dog, Sashy.

She was predeceased by her stepfather, Harry Rogers.

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