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Pauline G. Lacroix

December 4, 2013

Pauline G. Lacroix

BELLINGHAM- Pauline G. (Lavimodere) Lacroix, 72, of Bellingham passed away on Sunday, December 1, 2013 at Landmark Medical Center with her loving family by her side. She was the beloved wife for 53 years of George R. Lacroix.
Born in Woonsocket on October 8, 1941, she was the daughter of Isabelle (Phaneuf) Lavimodere of Woonsocket and the late Edwin Lavimodere.
She was the loving mother of Marc G. Lacroix of Bellingham, Mikel R. Lacroix and his wife, Amy of Cumberland, RI, Muriel C. Lacroix- Alagna and her husband, John of Chelmsford, MA and Michelle P. Long and her husband, Robert of Millville, MA. She leaves her cherished seven grandchildren and adored great-grandson. She was the sister of Richard Lavimodere and his wife, Lorraine of Woonsocket, RI.
A resident of Bellingham for 50 years, formerly of Blackstone and Woonsocket and she was a graduate of Woonsocket High School. Pauline worked as a customer service associate at Lowe's in Woonsocket from 2001 until retiring in 2006. Previously she was a supervisor at Creative Games in North Smithfield for many years, was a waitress at Savini's Restaurant, worked at Mount St. Charles and Nyanza.
She enjoyed trips to the casinos, going to the beach at Race Point in Provincetown on Cape Cod and loved lighthouses.
Entirely devoted to her family, she will be greatly missed.
Arrangements are private and under the direction of Cartier’s Funeral Home, Bellingham, MA.
To sign guest book visit
www.cartiersfuneralhome.com

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