Louise Robichaud

February 26, 1925 - January 26, 2014

Louise Robichaud

February 26, 1925 - January 26, 2014


Bellingham, WA

Louise (Deschaine) Robichaud of Bellingham, Washington passed away on Sunday, January 26th, following a brief illness. She was 88 years old.

Born in Madawaska, Maine, Louise moved to Lawrence as a teenager and spent most of her life there before moving to Bellingham in 1997 to be with her daughter and son-in-law. She worked many years at the Lawrence Paperboard Corporation in Lawrence and after that, she happily worked as a flower arranger for Fleur De Lis Florist in Lawrence. Louise was an excellent cook and gardener who loved to entertain. Louise was a long time member of the former Sacred Heart Parish in Lawrence and a recent member of Church of the Assumption in Bellingham, WA.

Louise was predeceased by her husband, Roland Robichaud, daughter, Sandee Russell and son-in-law Daniel Russell. She is survived by sisters, Joan Nadeau and husband Al of Connecticut, Connie Rancourt of Connecticut, Viola Therrien and husband Paul of Maine, Blanche Jalbert of Maine, brothers, Gedeon Deschaine of Maine and Ronald Deschaine of Connecticut. She is also survived by brother-in-law Arthur Robichaud and wife Vinnie of Lawrence, brother-in-law John Guessetto of Salem, New Hampshire, brother-in -law Amedie Gaudet of Arizona, several nieces and nephews and many very close friends, especially Dea and Marshall Voigt of Ferndale, Washington.

Farewell Tribute Information

Arrangements are in care of Greenacres Memorial Park and Event CenterFerndale, 5700 Northwest Drive, Ferndale, WA 98248. Donations Information

Should friends choose, memorial donations in her name may be made to: Whatcom Humane Society, 2172 Division Street, Bellingham, WA 98226.

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4 responses to Louise Robichaud

  1. My sincere condolences to Louise’ family and friends. May you find comfort in the promise at Revelation 21:4- “He will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” I am truly sorry for your loss.

  2. Auntie Louise, I remember you always taking care of me and treating me so well when I would come visit. I miss you and Love you very much. You are now with your family in heaven. Say hello to Uncle Roland and sandy and danny for me. Rrest in peace. Please say hello to my mom if you see her, Tell her I miss and love her very much. Michael

  3. Louise, even though we did not see each other over. many years, you, Sandee and Dan were often in my thoughts. I have never forgotten the kindness you extended to us when we, Sandee’s high school friends, would gather at your house every week. God bless you, Roland , Sandee and Dan and may you all rest in peace in God’s Kingdom.

  4. Aunt (Tante) Louise was the most amazing and inspirational woman I have ever known. Caring for her daughter (my cousin) all those many years, she never once complained. Even at the young age of 82 she was still caring for Sandee, which entailed everything, getting her out of bed, bathing, feeding, transporting her around town, which also meant lifting her out of her wheelchair into the car, onto a chair, into the shower, onto the toilet and the list goes on. She was tireless and always full of energy. She was forever helping someone. She had an immense heart and generous soul. Always smiling and laughing, infecting the people around her. You couldn’t help but smile and laugh with her. She had some pretty good one-liners that cracked people up. From the time I was a little girl I admired and loved Louise with all my heart. will always hold a special place there and will never be forgotten. My condolences to the Rocbichauds, Jeannie, Vinnie and Arthur and Diane. Nancy Beausoleil and family.

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