Lucille Theresa Winslow

WATERVILLE – Lucille Winslow passed away on Jan. 16, 2023 of natural causes. She was 95 years young. After caring for family and their home in Winslow, she moved into Sunset Home in Waterville. Being there enhanced the quality of her life. She ended her days at Lakewood Continuing Care in Waterville.

Lucille was the only child of Albert J. and Egline Quirion.

She was raised and attended public schools in Winslow, becoming lead drum majorette in high school as well as prom queen. She was a member of the class of 1946.

It was in high school that she met Jim Winslow. They were married in 1946.

Lucille was predeceased by her parents Albert J. and Egline Quirion; her husband, Jimmy Winslow; her daughter-in-law, Betty Winslow; and her grandson, gone much too soon, Chris Winslow.

She leaves behind, to continue her legacy, Rosemary J. Winslow of Waterville, and her wife Jody Rich; Dana Winslow of Hallowell; Brian Winslow of Ware, Mass.; and Kelly Winslow of Winslow, his wife Jennifer and their two adult children Mackenzie and Cameron.

Lucille was ever active. She was a master seamstress and knitter. She enjoyed cooking, especially at the holidays. Her appetizer biscuits with bleu cheese barely made it out of the oven before the family started in on them. She worked at Butlers Department Store in Waterville. Later, Lucille worked at Northeast Laboratories in Winslow, for over 30 years, becoming head of Quality Control. Lu enjoyed attending all three grandchildren’s events over the years. She adored being their Nana.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. John the Baptist Church in Winslow, on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. Interment will be at St. Francis Cemetery in Waterville, held later in the spring.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Winslow family.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of Veilleux and Redington Funeral Home, Waterville.

In lieu of flowers, Lucille asked that donations be made to the Waterville Animal Shelter in Waterville.

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