Beatrice Poulin
1921 – 2009
LEWISTON — Beatrice Poulin, 88, of College Road, Lewiston, died Oct. 11, peacefully in her son‘s, Germaine Poulin and daughter-in-law, Pauline‘s, home in Lewiston. She was surrounded by family and relatives.
She was born March 16, 1921, in St. Simon des Mines, Province Quebec, Canada, the daughter of Adelard and Fabiola Bilodeau Loubier. She married her late husband Valere on Feb. 22, 1941.
She, her husband and son moved to Lewiston in 1958, where they bought a home and lived there for more than 60 years. She retired from Montello Manor in 1983, where she worked as a housekeeper.
Along side of her husband, she enjoyed working in their woodshop, where they made picnic tables and glider swings. They often would tap their maple trees, and she would make maple syrup and maple taffy. Throughout the years, she spent many weekends taking care of her grandchildren. She enjoyed cooking her homemade soup and meat pies and she wouldn’t hesitate to share/give them with her family.
In addition to her son and her daughter-in-law, she is survived by her four granddaughters and their husbands, Theresa and Martin Nappi, Michelle and Michael Dewitt, all of Lewiston, Danielle and John Nemeth of Litchfield and Kristine and Christopher Perron of Sabattus; one sister, Gertude Loubier Bilodeau of Montreal, Canada; many nieces and nephews; she was fortunate to live to enjoy her six great-grandchildren, David Moore, Stefanie Therrien, Allison and Dylan Perron, and Mitchell and Jamie Nemeth.
She was predeceased by her parents; her husband; and many brothers and sisters.
Please join her family to remember her life.

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