1928 – 2013

AUBURN — Albertine Pelletier, 84, of Auburn, died suddenly Friday at Clover Manor while battling Alzheimer’s.

She was born in St. Agathe on March 29, 1928, a daughter of Ernest and Alma (St. Armand) Poissonnier. She had resided in Lewiston since the age of 11.

Albertine was a retired Bates Mill worker and retired from working as a bartender for the 20M Club on Lincoln Street in Lewiston. She was educated in Lewiston schools and a member of the former St. Mary’s Church.

Survivors include her son, Philip Pelletier of Sabattus; granddaughter, Tarnya Constantino and her husband, Jason; a great-grandson whom she adored, Dominick Constantino of Turner; grandson, Todd Breton of Sabattus; her sister, Rita Seguin of Bingham; and Angelo (Delia) Bourgoin of Madawaska; her nephew, Robert Pelletier of Poland, whom she raised from the age of 12; her niece, friend and caregiver, Jacqueline Pelletier of Poland; and several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by a daughter-in-law, Cheryl Pelletier; brothers, Adrien and Alphonse, and Maurice and Rosaire Poissonnier; sisters, Cecile Michaud, Adeline Cummings, Evangeline Lagasse, Estelle Pelletier, Jeanette Poissonnier, Bernice Robbins, Bernadette Pelletier and Constance Bouvier.

The family would like to thank the staff at Clover Manor for everything done to make the last year enjoyable for Albertine. You are invited to share you thoughts, condolences and fond memories of Albertine through her online guest book at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com.

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