Joanne “Joan” F. (Monleon) Normandin of Lowell

 

Joanne “Joan” F. (Monleon) Normandin, 82, of Lowell died Friday, June 8, 2018 at Willow Manor Nursing Home in Lowell.

Born in Lowell, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Doris Monleon.

Joanne worked as a waitress for over fifty years in Lowell and retired in 2013 from J J Boomers of Lowell after twenty-five years. She had previously worked for the Speare House Restaurant of Lowell.

Joanne enjoyed playing cribbage and socializing with her friends. She had a very outgoing personality. Some phrases that will best describe her are “one of a kind, crazy cat, and she broke the mold.” She enjoyed getting a shock out of people.

She is survived by her daughter, Sharon and her husband, Thomas Delmore of Tyngsboro; son, Gary and his wife, Jacqueline Normandin of Dracut; brother, Paul and his wife, Barbara Monleon of Tyngsboro; four grandchildren, Blake Delmore, T. Michael Delmore, and his wife Erin, Mikaela and Nicole Normandin; three great grandchildren and nieces and nephews she had close bond with, Linda Mahoney, Joanne Coulter, Steven Peredina and his wife, Janice.

She was the sister of the late Doris Peredina. Aunt of the late John Peredina.

Visiting hours Tuesday 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral Service Wednesday at 11AM at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD. Burial in St. Patrick Cemetery, Lowell Memorials may be made in her name to the American Cancer Society 30 Speen St. Framingham MA, 01701 www.cancer.org, ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

Visitation

June 12, 2018
3PM - 7PM
Dolan Funeral Home

Funeral

June 13, 2018
11AM
Dolan Funeral Home
  1. Donna Noe says:

    Sharon and Gary,

    Since our parents have been friends before any of us were around, I can say that I have a lifetime of memories to look back on and smile. Your mother was truly her own person and nothing was gonna change that. I always admired her for that.

    I have fond memories of cookouts around the pool, babysitting when your parents went out, all the crazy antics of your parents and aunt and uncle, and all the parents when it was party time! I only wish I was old enough to party with them back then!

    Oh and the Joseph’s memories too. And there was a serious side too…she gave me some great advice when I needed it.

    I will always remember her with love and fondness with a smile on my face and am honored to be able to say she was my (fairy) godmother.

    She was loved by all.

    Love you,
    Donna (Cregg) Noe

  2. Dotty Patenaude says:

    Dear Paul, Barbara &Family, Ray and I deeply saddened to hear about Joan. She was a funny and carefree person and we were glad to have known her for a long time. Sending our love and prayers to you and her family. We will make a donation to the cancer society. Our Love Ray & Dotty and family

  3. Cindy Laroche says:

    Gary, my condolences to you and your family.
    Cindy Laroche

  4. Rosemary Hirbour says:

    So very sorry for the loss of your mother see was a joy to be with.

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