Patricia Boudreau

1936 ∼ 2019

Patricia Boudreau

Patricia Boudreau, of Lakeville and formerly of Arcadia FL,  Bridgewater, and Brockton MA, died on June 3, 2019, at the age of 83. Patricia was born and raised in Rhode Island, daughter of the late Mary Agnes (Cawley) and Owen Conlon. Patricia met her husband of 51 years, Ernest C. Boudreau Jr., at a singles dance at her local YMCA. The two married on July 2, 1960 and they lived on numerous Navy bases.  After retiring, they moved from Brockton to Florida where they lived for many years before returning to Massachusetts  

Patricia was a strong, feisty woman. She enjoyed playing games on her iPad and occasionally hitting the casino. Most importantly, Patricia loved to spend time with her family.

Patricia was the loving wife of the late Ernest C. Boudreau. Mother of Jo-Ann M. Corr and her husband Edward of Lakeville; Steven E. Boudreau and his wife Ann of Brockton; Robert C. Boudreau and his partners Kevin Prior and Robert Alim of CT; and Michael J. Boudreau of MO. Loving Grandmother to Nicholas, Alycia, Eric, Micala, Michael Jr., and the late Joseph. Great-grandmother of Zachery and Liliana. Sister-in-law to Loretta Lacasse, Grace Mathieu, and the late Jeanette Gerard.


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Patricia Boudreau

1936 ∼ 2019

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