LEWISTON – Blanche J. Clavet, 90, of Auburn, died Saturday, April 4, at Russell Park Manor after a long illness. She went to heaven to be with her loving family.

She was born in Byron on July 3, 1918, the daughter of Aleouse and Rose Marie Thibodeau. She was the wife of Edward A. Clavet, who died on Jan. 23, 2005, for 65 years. She was a kind and loving person to everyone who had the pleasure of meeting her. She was the best mom that anyone could hope for.

She loved to paint by numbers, crochet and play dice. She had many pen pals who kept in touch with her, and she loved hearing from them. We thank all who wrote to her and made her smile.

She is survived by five children, who still love her and miss her very much, Maurice Clavet of Lewiston, Theresa Tomasino and her husband, Mike, of New York, Lucille Gooldrup and her husband, Howard, of Auburn, Alfred Clavet and his wife, Pauline, of Sumner and Annette Braxton of Lewiston. She had many wonderful grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She was predeceased by her sons, Roland Clavet and Gerard Clavet; daughter-in-law, Arlene Clavet; and by six brothers and three sisters, whom she missed every day.

The family would like to thank the people of Allegiance Hospice Group, who made sure she left this world with respect and dignity, and the nursing staff at Russell Park Manor.

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