Louise M. Cormier 95, passed away on November 11th at the Stanley Tippett Home in Needham.
Louise was born in Cocagne New Brunswick in 1925 to the late Levi and Priscilla (Cormier) Goguen.
In 1952 she came to the United States and settled in Waltham. It was there she met her husband Leo, married in 1960 and raised their two children.
Louise was a quiet spirit with a kind and generous heart. She enjoyed watching the Boston Bruins, watching the Catholic mass and the Rosary. She enjoyed classic country music and had a sweet tooth. She always saved room for dessert. Toasted Ravioli from the Chateau and Baked Stuffed Scrod from Grassfield's were her two favorites. She used to enjoy tending her flower beds. Louise was a member of Saint Joseph's Parish before its closing and then Sacred Heart Parish. Louise will be remembered for her love and talent of hand quilting. She made many quilts for gifts and for raffle donations. From crib size to bed size, if you are lucky enough to have one of her quilts, remember her fondly as you enjoy its warmth.
Louise is survived by her daughter Sylvia Cormier of Canton, son Allen Cormier of Waltham, his wife Erica and beloved granddaughters Renee and Shaye. Her siblings Philip Goguen and his wife Marie of Gardner, Lionel Goguen and his wife Dorin and Aline Bourque and her husband Ulysse all of Cocagne NB and Sister in laws Florence Goguen of Fitchburg, Lorraine Goguen of Cocagne NB, Claira Goguen of Saint -Antoine NB and Myrna Cormier of Cape Breton Island NS. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her husband Leo, brothers Yvon, Leandre, Henry and Aurele, sisters Florence, Carmeline, Florine, sister in laws Marie and Lumina and brother in law Aquila.
Out of genuine concern for those we love and care deeply about during this difficult time throughout the world and in our community; family will gather to celebrate Louise's life and remember the loved she shared with those she touched in a private Funeral Service at the Mary Catherine Chapel of Brasco & Sons Memorial Chapels in Waltham followed by burial at Mount Feake Cemetery in Waltham.
In Lieu of flowers donations and expressions of sympathy may be made in Louise’s memory to Project Linus, Greater Boston Chapter, Coordinator Nancy Kearns; https://www.projectlinus.org/donations/