LISBON — Theresa F. Boisvert, formerly of 400 Montello St., Lewiston. and Montello Heights Assisted Living Center, passed away from complications related to Alzheimer’s disease on Feb. 1, at The Lamp in Lisbon, with loving family members by her side.
She was born Oct. 4, 1922, in Lewiston, the daughter of Eugene and Annette (Chatel) Cloutier. She attended local schools, graduating from Lewiston High School, Class of 1941.
In 1944, she married her high school sweetheart, Joseph “Pancho” Boisvert, a well-known local businessman, and they remained together until his death in 2001. Theresa was an active member of Holy Family Parish, serving as a eucharistic minister for a number of years and as a member of the Ladies of St. Anne.
She was an avid golfer, bowler and sports fan who also enjoyed needlepoint and crossword puzzles. She and her husband, Pancho were snowbirds for many years, spending the winters at their home in North Port, Fla.
Theresa leaves behind one daughter, Jackie and husband, Steve Murray, of Kissimmee, Fla.; one son, Ron and wife, Cindy, of Auburn; a daughter-in-law, Jeanne of Pittsfield; six grandchildren, Scott Murray and wife, Lindsay, of Waltham, Mass., Michelle Murray Antonio and husband, Brett, of Raleigh, N.C., Noelle Boisvert Roach and husband, Shad, of Raleigh, N.C., Nikki Boisvert Butler of Sidney, Christopher Boisvert and fiance, Giovanna, of Princeton, N.J., and Brittany Boisvert and fiance, Ned, of Scarborough; two great-grandchildren, Colby Roach and Danielle Antonio; a sister, Georgette Feely of Auburn; and brother, Raymond Cloutier of North Port, Fla.
Theresa was predeceased by her parents; her husband, Pancho; her son, Richard; two brothers, George and Robert Cloutier; and a sister, Germaine Cloutier Guite.
The family would like to acknowledge the staff at Montello Heights Assisted Living Center and Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice for their loving care of Theresa.
They would also like to recognize the ownership and staff at The Lamp who’s extraordinary care over the final years and days of Theresa’s life was truly a blessing to both her and her family.
Donations and condolences may be accessed online at www.albert-burpee.com.