Yvonne M. (Morneau) Brouillette

April 19, 1918 - May 11, 2012
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Yvonne M. (Morneau) Brouillette, 94, widow of Emile A. Brouillette, passed away Friday after a short illness. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a member of St. John the Baptist Church in Ludlow and a longtime member of the former St. Matthew’s Church in Indian Orchard. She worked outside the home at Buxton, Milton Bradley, Nixon Company, Ludlow Hospital, and Wesson Memorial Hospital. She volunteered at Life Care Center of Wilbraham for ten years. Yvonne and Emile enjoyed building and furnishing doll houses. Their doll houses were exhibited at the Springfield Museums. She also enjoyed traveling, reading, and baking. She is survived by daughters Anne Scully of Maine and Judy Yando and her husband Raymond of Ludlow; son Paul and his wife Beverly of Florida; grandchildren Jill Porowski, Marc Scully, Lee-Ann Taylor and Nicu Brouillette; great-grandchildren Emily, Sarah, Mason, Delaney, Sydney and Dylan; sisters Theresa Gaudreau and Lorraine Anzolatti.

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A funeral Mass will be Tuesday, 10 a.m., at Offered by the Catholic Community of St. Elizabeth, in St. John the Baptist Church 181 Hubbrad St. Ludlow with burial following at St. Aloysius Cemetery.

St. Aloysius Cemetery
1273 Berkshire Avenue
Indian Orchard, MA 1151

Catholic Community of Saint Elizabeth
181 Hubbard Street
Ludlow, MA 1056


 

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Born: April 19, 1918
Died: May 11, 2012

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Lisa Eblen posted on 1/1/15

Christi, I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. I understand what it is like to lose a parent but we never want to think about it happening. Please accept my deepest condolences & sympathies in this time of great loss. God bless you & the rest of your family. Lisa

 

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