FARMINGTON — Joanne Florence Couturier Nemeth, “Anne,” 63, of Chesterville, died unexpectedly of natural causes in the ER Department of Franklin Memorial Hospital on Sunday, March 12.

She was born March 3, 1954, in Montclair, N.J., a daughter of Thomas Payne and Joanne M. (Jameson) LeBosquet Jr. She was a graduate of Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, N.H., Class of ’74.

She was devoted to her family and always placed them as her top priority. She will be remembered for her love of vibrant colors, crazy clothing that always made a fashion statement, her lotions and potions and love of Dunkin’ Donuts. She was a gentle, kind soul who loved everyone and everyone loved her.

She is survived by her husband, Donald Nemeth of Chesterville, whom she married on June 9, 2001; her mother, Joanne M. Gravel of Fort Pierce, Fla.; her stepmother, Suellen LeBosquet of Rye, N.H.; children: Jeremy Couturier (Lyn) of Dover, N.H.; Jeffery Couturier (Kelly) of Pembrook, N.H.; and Jessica Couturier Montgomery (Caleb) of Stratham, N.H.; siblings: Melinda Willever (Craig) and Janine Hathorne (John), all of Portsmouth, N.H.; and Thomas Payne LeBosquet III, MD, (Katherine) of Arden, N.C..; many nieces, nephews and grandchildren and a granddaughter, Chloe Couturier of Chesterville, whom she thought of as a daughter.

She was predeceased by her dad and her daughter, Sara Couturier.

Her family asks that remembrances and condolences be shared on her memorial wall at

Joanne F. Couturier Nemeth

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