Constance I. (Langlois) Laurent of Lowell, MA

 

5479-LaurentMrs. Constance I. (Langlois) Laurent, of Lowell MA died Friday, March 20, 2015 at her home in Lowell, MA.

Born in Lowell, MA, on August 1, 1937 the daughter of Beatrice (Gagnon) Langlois and Ferdinand Langlois, of Lowell, MA she was a graduate of Lowell Vocational School with the class of 1953.

Connie was employed over the years with the Hathaway Shirt Company in Lowell, MA, one of the oldest American Shirt Manufacturers. Connie was a stitcher where she was known for the speed and quality of her work. Connie retired after 28 years, in 2006 from the Northwood Nursing Home’s housekeeping department.

Connie was a communicant of the former Jeanne D’Arc Church.

Connie thoroughly enjoyed gardening and visiting yard sales on the weekends.

Connie is survived by three daughters, Diane C. and her husband, Thomas Boyle of Lowell, MA, Doreen J. and her husband, Blake Bisson of Pepperell, MA, and Dawn A. Laurent Smith and her husband Jeff of Ashland, MA; two sons, David R. Laurent of Lowell MA, and Daniel T. and his wife Ellen Johnson Laurent of Dracut, MA; five sisters Lorraine and her husband, Raymond Pelletier of Lowell, MA, Jeannette and her late husband, Donald Desrosiers of Groton, MA, Carol and her husband, Guy Demers of Hudson, NH, Barbara and her husband, David Jenkins of Florida, and Donna and her husband, David Spatola of Hudson, NH; thirteen grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours Thurs. 3 to 7 p.m. Funeral Fri. at 8AM from the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, with a funeral Mass at 9AM at St. Rita’s Church. Burial in St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Chelmsford, MA. Memorials may be made in her name to the American Cancer Society, 20 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701.

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  2. Evelyn Rondeau says:

    My condolences to Connie’s family. Connie and Jenny and I had a great time growing up and have great memories of walking to watch the movies at Pete’s and Edwards drive in. Ice skating, Etc. Let your parents know how much I cared for them. Tell DICK how much I miss him. Maybe Don and him are catching up on all the good times. No more pain. Be at peace with all your love one’s.

  3. Tammie says:

    Dawn, Larry and I are sorry for your loss and have you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. If you need anything at all, don’t hesitate to ask. Love, Larry & Tammie

  4. Donna Spatola says:

    Connie,

    You will truly be missed, I hope you are now re-united with our parents and free from any pain that you felt here on earth. God received another angel last week and I am sure you are all celebrating the reunion. Don’t worry about us, we will be fine but please watch over every one of us and keep us safe.

    Until we meet again

    Your baby sister

  5. Debbie Stanewicz says:

    I have had the pleasure of knowing Connie for some time. Have enjoyed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas meals together. This lady was a “lady” even with a drink, many laughs. Always enjoyed her “contribution” to the meal,especially the “mice”. I never perfected her recipe. Although she was not able to attend the last couple of dinners, she was missed and will be missed for our future holidays. Connie, please say hi to my Dad and brother when you see them. You will be in great company. Doreen and Blake, you know we are here for you. God bless to the entire family and our deepest sympathies. Love, Debbie and Bill Stanewicz

  6. Rhonda Mullins says:

    I will miss you Auntie. My best wedding gift was from you – a collection of my favorite antique milk glass you collected from numerous weekend yard sales. I use it whenever I’m entertaining and think of you.

    Rhonda Mullins, God child.

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