Brenda  Levesque
Winslow - Brenda Marie Levesque, 56, died at home surrounded by family after a long battle with Ovarian Cancer on January 24, 2020. Brenda was born on Nov. 21, 1963 in Fort Kent, ME to Lionel and Geraldine "St. Onge" Levesque. She attended Van Buren Secondary School and graduated in 1982. Brenda worked for Marden's from August of 1988-June of 2016 as a furniture salesperson for most of her career. Brenda, known to many of her customers as "Frenchie", was well liked by many customers. She enjoyed coloring, reading, and most of all her grandkids - the pride and joy of her life.
Brenda was predeceased by her dad, Lionel Levesque and brother, Michael Levesque. She is survived by her live in partner of 34 years Mike Cyr; 2 daughters, Keisha Cyr and Fiancé Richie Yvon of Windsor, ME and Sarah Lynds and husband Ben of Houlton, ME; her mother, Geraldine Levesque of Grand Isle, ME; 2 brothers Daniel Levesque of Southington,CT and Kenneth Levesque of St. David, ME; 2 sisters Jackie Ayotte of Sabetha, KS and Lynn Dumond and husband Ricky of Van Buren, ME; her 3 grandchildren, Drake Lynds of Houlton, ME, Jamison Yvon and Zoey Yvon both of Windsor, ME; as well as several nieces, great-nieces and great-nephews. A very special thank you to MaineGeneral Hospice, and all of the friends and family that provided support during her final weeks, especially Ken Quirion.
The funeral will be Friday January 31, 2020 at 11am at Notre Dame Church in Waterville. The family invites you to visit at the church prior to the service at 10am. Burial will be at a later date at the St. Gerard Cemetery in Grand Isle, ME.
In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital, 22 Bramhall St. Portland, ME 04102 Attn: Development Department.
Published on January 29, 2020


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Garry and Libby
Jan 31, 2020
Brenda and Mike were the best neighbors we could ask for. I remember when Brenda and I would talk to each other across the stream that devided our properties. I loved watching Brenda taking Jamison for his walks when she was babysitting him. She was beaming being a new Grandmother!! I will miss her smiling face.
Rev. Claude R. Gendreau, Portland, ME
Jan 30, 2020
My most sincere sympathies to the family. Be assured of my thought and prayers. I remember Brenda from picking potatoes at the Fortin Brother's Farm in Lille. Even after, in my assignment to Waterville I would see her at Marden's. A very pleasant person gone too soon. May she rest in peace.
Jan 30, 2020
I extend to you my sympathies. It is my hope that fond memories would be a source of comfort to you during this time of mourning.
Jan 29, 2020
May God give you all the strength you need to accept your loss. My sympathies to you all.