LEWISTON — Pauline A. Larrivee, 80, of Seville Place, Lewiston, died Thursday, May 21, at Central Maine Medical Center, with her family by her side.

She was born in Lewiston on May 28, 1934, a daughter of the late Aldéric and Yvonne Lebel Pelletier. She was educated in Lewiston schools.

Pauline was a member of the Prince of Peace Parish at Holy Cross Church and was married to Donald N. Larrivee on May 29, 1954. He died Jan. 28, 1982.

Pauline was founder and worked in the family business at the Rollodrome and recently as bookkeeper and enjoyed spending time with family, reuniting with old skating customers, shopping trips and casino time with friends. One of her passions was crochet and making many blankets for family members.

She will be remembered for her bright smile, outgoing personality, compassion for others, her perfectly styled hair and lingering perfume. She touched many lives through her years at the Rollodrome, and she will be sadly missed by all.

She is survived by her daughter, Rachel Larrivee Potvin and her companion, John Picard, of Auburn; her son, Daniel G. Larrivee and wife, JoAn (Blanchette) of Lewiston; her companion, Louis Chapman of Lewiston; grandchildren, Cameo Guay and husband, Tom, Donne Larrivee, Christine Williams and husband, Larry, Shawn Potvin and wife, Cristalena; great-grandchildren, Jordan, Kennedi, Cadyn, Lauren, Desneige and Levi; her sisters, Rena Blanchette, Joanne Renaud and husband, Richard, Linda Cass and husband, Richard, all of Lewiston.

She was also predeceased by a brother, Normand Pelletier.

The family wishes to thank St. Mary’s ICU staff, and the Central Maine Heart and Vascular team.

Online condolences and photo gallery at www.thefortingroupauburn.com.

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