Bertha A. (Hebert) Cormier, 97, of Chelmsford, MA

 

5634 CormierBertha Agnes (Hebert) Cormier, 97, of Chelmsford, MA died early Saturday morning, September 26, 2015 at the Life Care Center in Acton, MA.

She was married to William J. Cormier with whom she would have celebrated their 78th wedding anniversary on November 25, 2015.

Born in New Bedford, MA, she was the daughter of the late Adelade and Agnes Hebert.

Bertha worked at Raytheon of Waltham and was a foster parent for Catholic Charities from 1946-1952.

She was a communicant of St. Mary Church in Chelmsford.

Bertha was a member of the Chelmsford Senior Center and the Brunswick’s Senior Bowling League in Lowell.

She was devoted to her family especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Bertha was a master knitter and an excellent bowler.

Besides her beloved husband, she is survived by a daughter, Elaine Crandall and her husband, Ken Burt of Dunstable, MA; nine grandchildren, Susan Crandall and her husband, Ed Gascon, Jon Jr. and his wife, Patti Crandall, Judith and her husband, Sean McAuliffe, Lisa Callery, Patricia Walsh, David and his wife, Noreen Crandall, Wendy Crandall and her husband, John Mauriello, Kevin and his wife, Lisa Cormier and Glenn and his wife, Michelle Cormier; eighteen great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

She was the mother of the late William Cormier Jr. of Fairhaven, MA, who died in August, 2013, and the sister of the late Norman, Leon and Thomas Hebert all of New Bedford, MA.

At her request, there will not be calling hours. A Funeral Mass will be held Wed. at 11AM at St. Mary Church, 25 North Rd., Chelmsford, MA. Burial in the Central Cemetery, Dunstable, MA. Memorials may be made in her name to the Alzheimer's Assoc. 480 Pleasant St. Watertown, MA 02472 or The Home for Little Wanderers 10 Guest Street, Boston, MA 02135.

Funeral

September 30, 2015
11:00 AM
St. Mary's Church
  1. Linda Cormier says:

    Dear Uncle Bill, Elaine and Family,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you. I’ll always remember Aunty Bertha’s singing songs–especially, “You Are My Sunshine”. Love to all, Linda.

  2. Rhonda Leonard says:

    I only heard about Aunt Bertha’s passing yesterday from my brother Andrew Fleming. Aunt Bertha was one of the few Aunts and Uncles I knew as I was growing up being the youngest grandchild of the Cormier Clan. Have many good memories that will stay with me forever. I wish I could have seen her in the recent past, put did not work out that way. My sincere condolences to her immediate family and especially to Uncle Bill. Love you all.

    Rhonda (Fleming) Leonard

  3. Nancy Pettinelli says:

    Dear Elaine,
    I’m so sorry for the loss of your mother. Though I never knew her, she must have been a wonderful, caring person since you embody those very same qualities. I hope you and your family will find comfort in remembering the many years you had with her. Most sincerely, Nancy and George Pettinelli

  4. Art and Diane DiGiovanni says:

    Dear Uncle Bill , Elaine and family, our deepest sympathy on the loss of your wife, mother, and grandmother. Elaine, Your mom was a beautiful person inside and out and loved by so many that knew her. I have so many wonderful memories of her as I was growing up. She was always so sweet. I will miss her terribly as all of you will too. My mom and dad adored her and not only was she their sister-in-law but a wonderful friend. I’m sure they have welcomed her into eternal life with open arms. May you all find peace and comfort in knowing that your grief is shared by so many of us. God bless you and your wonderful family. Love, cousin Diane , Artie and children.

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