Deborah H. Therrien-Gregoire

CHESTERVILLE – Deborah H. Therrien-Gregoire, 72, of Chesterville, passed away at Orchard Park Nursing Home in Farmington on May 19, 2024, surrounded by more friends and family than the nursing home has ever seen. The eldest of six dear siblings, Debbie was born to Mimi and Vi Frechette on July 28, 1951, in the old Farmington hospital. Originally from Chisholm, Debbie graduated from Jay High School in the class of 1969.

For most of her adult life Debbie was an active member of Beans Corner Baptist church and later Emmanuel Assembly of God.
She cherished being the best wife, mother, Mamie, waitress, and homemaker on the planet. No one could make a packed lunch like she could. Her home cooked meals and desserts were out of this world. Don’t even get us started about the toast or the mac-n-cheese. It is possible that the only reason any of us had friends was that they wanted to come over for dinner.

She cared deeply for her friends and family and showed up selflessly for everyone. Her happy place was being at camp on Long Pond in Livermore surrounded by her grand-babies.
Deborah is survived by her husband Ronald Gregoire, his two children, Michaele and Melissa Gregoire, and grandchildren, Dwayne Jr., Jacob and Zoe. Deborah’s four children with John Paul Therrien and their partners, Sara Therrien, Emily Bourassa and Ryan Harvey, Autumn and Jim Semones, Isaac and Rachel Therrien, and all her grand-babies, Harmony, Samantha, Dylan, Saylor, Ava, Logan, Zaida, Everly, and Remi, as well as two great-grandbabies, Cam and Liam. She is also survived by her beloved siblings, their partners, numerous nieces and nephews and Mrs. Demillo. All who loved her deeply.

She was preceded in death by her parents Mimi and Violet Frechette.
A gathering will be at Wiles Remembrance Center (308 Franklin Road – Jay) on Wednesday, June 5 from 4-7 p.m. A service will be held at Emmanuel Assembly of God (4 Fayette Road) in Livermore Falls on Thursday, June 6 at 1 p.m., followed by the burial at Holy Cross Cemetery. A reception will be at the Emmanuel Assembly of God following the burial. Family and friends are invited to visit Deborah’s Book of Memories at to leave words of sympathy, reflections or photos. Caring for the family of Deborah H. Therrien-Gregoire is Wiles Remembrance Center – Jay.

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