Lucille “Grandma Lucy” Bohren

CANTON – Lucille “Grandma Lucy” Bohren, 99, a longtime resident of Dixfield, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2022, at the Pinnacle Nursing Facility.

Born in Ixonia, Wisconsin, on Oct. 9, 1922, she was the daughter of Wallace and Pauline (Gnojewski) Wysocki. With only an eighth-grade education, she went to work, always improving herself and was later able to secure a professional job working as a bank teller at the Germantown State Bank, Wisconsin. After retiring, she moved to St. Petersburg, Fla. residing there until moving to Maine. She became a member of the Mexico Congregational Church, a member of the Women’s Fellowship and a volunteer at the food cupboard “WOWS”. She also volunteered at Meroby Elementary School, Dixfield Senior Citizens and enjoyed knitting for the Missions of the church. Lucille loved helping others.

In 1941, Lucille married the love of her life, Robert Bohren Sr. who passed away in 1988. They shared 47 happy years together, raising a wonderful family. She was predeceased by her oldest son, John, daughter-in-law, Marilyn and great-granddaughter, Katherine Goschey.

Survivors include a son: Robert Jr. of Mexico. Grandchildren: Johnathan Bohren and wife, Allison of Guilford, Conn.; Andrew Bohren and wife, Neely, of Milton Mills, N.H.; Victoria Tracy and husband Richard of Livermore; Laura Goschey and husband James of Naperville, Ill. Great-grandchildren: Jamie Lynn Barnett and husband, Corey; Ashley Marshall and husband, Jordan; Madison White, James White, Abigail Bohren, Patrick Bohren, Eloise Bohren, and Wyatt Bohren.

Friends and family are invited to sign the online guest book and share memories with the family at:

A memorial service will be held on her 100th birthday, Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022, at 1 p.m., at the Mexico Congregational Church. Lucillle will be buried at Holy Innocents Cemetery in Nashotah, Wis.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Meader and Son Funeral Home, 3 Franklin St., Rumford, Maine.

Those who may desire to contribute in her memory, please do so by donating to

the Mexico

Congregational Church.

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