LEWISTON — Memorial services honoring the life of Renee Brodeur were held Saturday afternoon at the Pinette & Lynch Funeral Home, with the Rev. Peter Mars officiating.

During the service, words of remembrance were shared by Renee’s sister, Julie Brodeur and her fiance, Paul Shea, as well as childhood friends, Candace Lord and Barbara Cumming. Cousin Lynne Caron shared words in French for all of the Brodeur relatives in attendance from Canada, which concluded with a presentation of month-old Jaime “Renee” Lucido, who was born March 8 and named in honor of her cousin.

Jaye Martin, director of Legal Elderly Services of Maine, who hired Renee, spoke of Renee’s passion for her job and how “fierce” she was in pursuing elder care benefits for her clients. Then Renee’s close friend of 14 years, Dayleen Scott, shared how fun Renee was to be around and will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

Services concluded with a video tribute of Renee’s life, produced by her sister, Julie, that confirmed to all in attendance that Renee was loved by all who knew her and will never be forgotten.

Following the video presentation, all in attendance were invited to greet the Brodeur family with their own personal condolences, after which all were invited to a reception of fellowship at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Lisbon Falls.


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