LEWISTON — Angelina M. Boisvert, 88, of Lewiston, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, Oct. 3, a short time of 10 days after the passing of her husband, Romeo, with her family by her side.

She was born on Sept. 22, 1929, to John and Lillian Parent DeGruttla. She married her husband of 69 years, Romeo, on June 26, 1948.

Angelina worked at St. Mary’s Hospital as a nurse’s assistant, and then went on to work for several doctors as a medical secretary.

She enjoyed going to beano, doing crafts, and going to craft fairs. Also, with her husband, she traveled to Canada a few times a year, and she loved to dance on Saturday nights.

She had two daughters, Doris Coulombe and her companion Andrew Dube, and Linda and her Husband Tim Tipton of Lewiston; seven grandchildren, Melissa Lalumiere and her husband Scott, Scott Coulombe and his companion Kandice Poirier, Ryan Coulombe and his wife Alyssa, Derek Coulombe and his wife Jessica, Amy Melvin and her husband Tim, Chad Tipton and his companion Jamie Hammond, and Sean Tipton and his wife Tanya.

She also leaves behind 13 great-grandchildren, Jack and Julia Beauchesne, Isabella, Trey, Stanley, Mae, Benjamin, Madeline and William Coulombe, Taylor and Hayley Melvin, Braydon and Kalin Tipton; one sister, Theresa of California; and many nieces.

She was predeceased by three brothers, Maurice, Reginald and Bertrand Sirois, and seven sisters, Lucille and Annete Sirois, and Germaine, Carmella, Venis, Gloria, and Cecile DeGruttla.

Condolences may be expressed at www.funeralalternatives.net.

Angelina M. Boisvert

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