Constance T. Bolduc

WATERVILLE – Constance T. Bolduc, 96, of Waterville passed away peacefully on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021. She was born in Waterville on Feb. 22, 1925, the daughter of the late Romeo and Valeda (Roy) Bolduc. She graduated from Mount Merici Academy in 1942. She married her husband of 48 years Laurier “Pop” Bolduc on Oct. 18, 1947, and together they raised six children.

Connie was employed at Hollingsworth and Whitney Company in the Accounting Department, at the Waterville Morning Sentinel as a correspondent, and at the Boston Avenue School as a secretary for 18 years. She enthusiastically supported her children’s school and sports activities and was an active participant in the Winslow High School Dollars for Scholars program, and the Athletic Boosters Club. She was a member of the ladies auxiliary for the Bourque Lannigan Post American Legion and the MacCrilliss-Rousseau Post VFW.

Connie’s heart and joy was her family, both immediate and extended. From Saturday night card games with her siblings, their spouses, and her parents, to family celebrations with her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, life for her was centered around family. In retirement, among other activities, she enjoyed knitting hats, mittens and scarves for her grand and great-grandchildren and using her tole painting talents to create holiday decorations for family and friends.

Connie is predeceased by her husband Laurier “Pop” Bolduc; brothers, Reverend Roger Bolduc, Gerard Bolduc, and Richard Bolduc; sisters, Virginia Poulin, and Geraldine Quirion; daughter-in-law, Sue Bolduc, and son-in-law, Richard Wallingford Jr. She is survived by her brother, Phillip Bolduc of Huntington Beach, Calf.; sisters. Adrian Cyr of Waterville, Pauline Roderique and husband John of Sturbridge, Mass.; daughters, Nancy Cohn of Waterville, Elaine Wallingford of Rockwood; sons, Thomas Bolduc and partner Mary of South Bristol, James Bolduc and wife Cindy of Fairbanks, Alaska, Guy Bolduc of New Gloucester, and Christopher Bolduc of Islesboro; Connie also leaves behind her eleven grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

The Bolduc family would like to thank the staffs of Maine General Medical Center, Sandy River Center and Beacon Hospice for their skilled and compassionate care.

Family and friends are invited to attend funeral services to be held on Saturday, December 4 at 11 a.m., at Notre Dame Catholic Church, 112 Silver Street, Waterville, Maine. Burial services will be held at a later date at the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Augusta. Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Veilleux and Redington Funeral Home, please visit http://www.VeilleuxFuneralHome.com to view a video tribute and leave your condolences with Connie’s family.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to the American

Cancer Society.

American Cancer Society

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