LEWISTON — Irene (Daigneault) Roy, 84, of Lewiston was welcomed into the presence of her Savior on Sunday, Jan. 31, from complications related to Alzheimer’s disease.

Irene was a devout Christian and enjoyed music ministry. She was known for her unwavering faith, love of family and her great sense of style.

Irene received great care at the Clover Manor nursing home in Auburn and Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice.

She owned Irene’s Variety in Lewiston and was known for her Italian sandwiches. She also co-owned Red’s Moving and while there, Irene did the secretarial work. She loved camping, fishing and being on the water, especially spending her summers at Winslow Park in Freeport.

She is survived by her sons, Leonard and Sandra Carsley, James and Carline Carsley; and daughter, Catherine White; grandchildren, Leslie Fadden-Carsley, Kristina Kugle, Diana Carsley, Jonathan Carsley, Andrew Carsley, Amy May Carsley, Kevin Letourneau and Laura Auger; seven great-grandchildren; Desiree, Keara, Evaristo, Ava, Emily, Amelia and Harley; and two great-great-grandchildren; Nevaeh and Jaden. She is also survived by her brother, Leo; and Theresa Daigneault of Auburn.

She was preceded in death by her brother, Joseph; and her husbands, Richard Carsley and Peter Roy.

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