Virginia R. (Boivin) LaCoille

July 22, 1933 - July 12, 2009
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Virginia R. (Boivin) LaCoille 75 of Casey Dr. Chicopee died Sunday evening July 12 in Holyoke Medical Center. Born in Lebanon, NH July 22, 1933 she was the daughter of the late Napoleon and Mable (Allard) Boivin. An active communicant of St. Anne’s Church she had worked for many years as a bookkeeper for John R. Lyman Co., and had later worked for the United States Postal Service. She was also an active member of the Disabled American Veteran’s Ladies Auxiliary Chapter 68, she had also served as it’s president. She was the widow of Henry J. LaCoille. Virginia is survived by her sons, Gerard P. LaCoille of Tampa, FL Randall S. LaCoille of Ludlow, MA and Thomas E. LaCoille of Chicopee, MA a sister Theresa Campbell of Randolph, VT Grandmother of 7 and great grandmother of 1.

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Funeral Services Celebrating her life will be Friday July 17, 2009 with family and friends gathering at the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home by 8:30 AM, a Liturgy of Christian Burial will be at 10 AM at St. Anne’s Church 38 College St. Chicopee, MA Rites of committal will follow in Saint Rose de Lima Cemetery in Aldenville

St. Rose deLima Cemetery
Christopher Street
Chicopee, MA 1020

Saint Anne’s Church
38 College Street
Chicopee , Ma 1020


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Born: July 22, 1933
Died: July 12, 2009

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Joanne Simons posted on 7/14/09

My deepest sympathy for your loss. I also have recently lost my mother and can understand your pain. I remember that my cousin, Virginia, was always smiling and ready for fun. I am sending a donation to the Cancer Society.


Jeffrey Boivin posted on 7/14/09


Peter & Elin Leonard posted on 7/14/09

Virginia was a special lady (and first cousin). She will be fondly remembered for her kindness, consideration, and generosity. Our deepest condolences to the family.


Marion V Boivin posted on 7/14/09


Dee (Boivin) Creighton Johnson posted on 7/14/09

(Unlce Fat's daughter) My mother, Polly Moriglioni and I wanted to send our condolences for your loss. Since we don't have addresses, I thought this might be the best way to reach all three of you. Please know that you are in our prayers. No matter how much we wish loved ones an end to suffering, it's still hard to lose someone, especially a parent. Even though I hadn't seen her in years, I recall your mom's smiling face and warm greetings from when I was very young. That was when your whole extended family would visit NH (Memorial Day weekend, I think) each year. Guess my most recent memory of her is when she visited Aunt Ceil and brought her little teacup poodle with her. I remember how Aunt Ceil enjoyed that visit and then your Mom sent her a little stuffed dog of her own... That little black poodle stayed on the pillows of the guest bed forever after! Your Mom knew the value of a pet for Aunt Ceil at that point in her life. Take care, Dee