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Jeannine L. Jarret

October 18, 2010

Jeannine L. Jarret

WOONSOCKET- Jeannine L. (Chicoine) Jarret 78, of Newton St. died Wednesday at home after a long courageous battle with ALS. She was the loving wife of the late Dennis Jarret.
Mrs. Jarret was born in Manville, a daughter of the late Eugene and Marguerite (Boutiette) Chicoine.
She was a warehouse worker for many years for Mark Steven Corp. in Woonsocket before retiring. Mrs. Jarret was a lifelong communicant of St. Joseph's Church in Woonsocket.
She was a loving mother and grandmother and is survived by two sons; Dennis Jarret Jr. and his wife Patricia of Hope, Ronald Jarret and his wife Elizabeth of Worcester, a daughter Mary Marcoux and her husband Peter of Woonsocket, six grandchildren; Robert, Shawn, Justin, Adam, Bethany, and Luke and a sister Pauline Dumas of North Smithfield. She was predeceased by a son Robert Jarret, and her sister Madeleine Galipeau.
Her funeral will be held Monday from the Fournier & Fournier Funeral Home, 99 Cumberland St. at 8:00AM with a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:00 in St. Joseph's Church, Mendon Rd. Woonsocket. Burial will follow in St. Jean Baptiste Cemetery in Bellingham. Visiting hours will be Sunday 2-4PM. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to: Home and Hospice Care of RI, 1085 North Main St., Providence, RI 02904.
Please visit:
www.fournierandfournier.com for directions and guestbook.

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