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Re: Obits help requested
Posted by: Christopher Dunham (ID *****4934) Date: May 31, 2002 at 16:09:09
In Reply to: Obits help requested by Shirley Dunaway Vachon of 779

From the Bangor Daily News of 22 Mar. 1995:

VAN BUREN- Alphonsine Couturier, 77, died March 20, 1995, at a Caribou hospital. She was born in Cyr Plantation, Nov. 1, 1917, the daughter of Ben and Alma (Bouchard) Levasseur. She was educated in Van Buren schools and was a graduate of Sacred Heart High School. She was employed as a clerk at the W. T. Grant Department Store in Van Buren for more than 20 years. Mrs. Couturier is survived by one daughter and her husband, Rita and Harold Thivierge of Hamlin, three grandsons, Jonathan and Jayson Thivierge, both of Nashua, N. H., and Jeffrey Thivierge of Hamlin; three sisters, Mrs. Elie (Germaine) Roy of Hamlin, Mrs. Adrien (Aurore) Cyr of Van Buren, and Mrs. Clarence (Azilda) Plourde of Bristol, Conn.; two brothers, Alphy Levasseur of Old Town and Leonel Levasseur of Van Buren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Joe Couturier in 1978, an infant daughter, Joan Couturier in 1942; three brothers, Louis, Roger and Camille Levasseur; and one sister, Jeane St. Pierre. [Funeral arrangements follow, interment to be in the spring at the parish cemetery of St. Bruno-St. Remi Catholic Church.]


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