Monique TherriaultFebruary 16,2013
Monique TherriaultMonique Therriault
1944 - 2013
AUBURN, Maine — Monique Therriault, 68, of Sabattus, died Feb. 8, 2013, at the Androscoggin Hospice House, surrounded by her family.
She was born in Lewiston, on May 3, 1944, the daughter of Yvon and Gemma (Laroche) Bernier. She attended schools in Lewiston and was a graduate of Lewiston High School, Class of 1963.
She worked for the John Manville Co. in Lewiston as a roofing product assembler for 25 years, until her retirement.
A member of the Prince of Peace Parish, Monique enjoyed playing bingo, being with her children and grandchildren, and especially going to watch her grandsons play basketball.
She is survived by her sons, Michael and wife, Ann, of Auburn, Donald and wife, Carla, of Rutland, Vt., and Paul and his companion, Patricia Mason, of Auburn; her brother, Richard Bernier of Florida; her grandchildren, Corey and Ian Therriault, attending Wentworth College in Boston and Matthew Therriault of Rutland, Vt., and Scott Therriault attending Castleton College in Castleton, Vt.; and also her best friend, Estelle Bosse of Lewiston, whom the family would like to thank.
She was predeceased by her parents.
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