Lorette (Nadeau) Albert
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Madawaska and Eagle Lake - Lorette (Nadeau) Albert, aged 90, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at a health care facility in Eagle Lake, Maine. She was born in Frenchville, Maine, on September 24, 1929, the daughter of Henry and Elise (Picard) Nadeau.
Lorette was predeceased by her infant twin brother Robert; her parents; daughter Gloria Albert; husband Clarence Albert; three half-brothers, Lucien Nadeau, Adrian Nadeau and Willie Nadeau; one half-sister, Bertha Nadeau Roy; and one brother Eudore Nadeau.
She is survived by one half-sister, Marie Dora Smith of California; one sister, Evangeline Smith of Auburn, Maine; one brother, Robert Nadeau of Frenchville, Maine; and several nieces and nephews.
Lorette was very active in the American Legion Auxiliary and the American Legion. She did volunteer work with the Saint Thomas Aquinas parish funeral buffet ministry. Lorette was an avid reader and loved to take bus tours to various areas of the USA. She toured Europe in the 1970's.
In keeping with her wishes, there will be no visitation. There will be a Mass of Christian Burial celebration at Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 10am at the Saint Thomas Aquinas Church in Madawaska, Maine. Internment will be at the Saint Thomas Aquinas cemetery in Madawaska, Maine.
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Published on November 4, 2019

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Mariann
Nov 09, 2019
Rest In Peace Aunt Lorrette glad we reconnected with Mom love you more 💕
Carol Huard
Nov 06, 2019
She was a very nice lady and Love very much .We would talk on the phone a lot ,all ways ended with I Love 💕 you and she would say I Love you more .Well Lorette ,I Love you .You at rest now .
Sally Hebert
Nov 06, 2019
so very sorry for your loss she will be missed oh soooooo much the girls at nmg at night we always said to her we love ya and she would say me more 100 and 10 times more and then we would leave the room what a sweet lady we will never forget her we would always remeber ding dong avon she said she sold avon for the longest time and the stories were soooo said with soo much love her famly was blessed with an amazing ladt fly high with the angels my little lady you will be missed dearly
JIM MICHAUD.
Nov 05, 2019
Please accept my sympathies.