LEWISTON — Pauline V. (Thibodeau) Harvey died peacefully on Sunday, Sept. 2, at the age of 103.

Pauline was born in Van Buren on June 15, 1915, but lived most of her adult life in the Lewiston-Auburn area, and finally in Auburn. Pauline was predeceased in 1991 by her beloved husband, William T. Harvey, two sons, Edmond T. Harvey of Auburn (formerly D.C.), and Glenn C. Harvey of Washington, her parents, Flavie and Edmond Thibodeau, brothers Lugie, Romeo, Alfred, Rodger, Lorn, Edrick, Richard, and Henry (Tibby) Thibodeau, sisters Murti, Lottie Violette, Esther Thibodeau, Dorothy Rioux, Lucille Sampson and many sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews, and by her grandson’s partner, Amy Nolan, of N. Carolina.

She is survived her son, W. Lorn Harvey, of Washington D.C., her daughter, Patricia V. Ross, of Auburn (formerly D.C.); Grandchildren, Bill (Skyler) Ross and wife Holly of Missouri, Daniel Ross and partner Allison of North Carolina, and Kenneth Ross and wife Julia of Orland, Michael and Daniel Harvey of Washington state, and Kirsten Schneider of Virginia; Great-grandchildren Patrick and Conor Ross of N. Carolina, Hayden Ross of Orland, Abby Nelson of Missouri, and Rutger Schneider of Virginia; sisters-in-law Joan and Kay Thibodeau of Lewiston , and many nieces and nephews.

Mom lived a long, happy and comfortable life. In earlier years, she loved traveling the country with her husband, Bill. She also enjoyed her “bingo” friends and an occasional trip to the casino. Sharp and on top of everything to the end, Mom will truly be missed.

We sincerely thank all the Angels at d’Youville Pavilion who cared for, and about, Mom these past two years.

Burial in St. Peter’s Cemetery, Lewiston, will be private.

Pauline V. Harvey

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