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BERWICK, Maine - Noel "Dippy" Boudreau, 62, of Lewiston, Maine, formerly of Berwick and Hartford, Conn. died September 4, 2013 at his home.
He was born in Hartford, Conn., on March 3, 1951, the son of the late Noel Boudreau and Barbara (Lynd) Kolosky.
Noel served in the United States Army, and the Army National guard, retiring as Staff Sergeant, with a total of 12 years of service. He was exceptionally proud of his service as a paratrooper and Airborne Soldier.
Noel retired from Superior Carriers after many years of service as a truck driver. Noel will be lovingly remembered for his lifetime of self-teaching. He taught himself how to play blues guitar and he loved to compose clever songs and jam for his family and friends. He was recently blessed by the love and encouragement of his brother and best friend, Fred Boudreau to rediscover his passion for fishing.
Noel will be remembered for his selfless nature and willingness to lend a hand or ear to anyone in need. He was a unique and remarkable man with an infectious laugh and eternally optimistic attitude.
Survivors include his ex-wife Patricia (Levasseur) Boudreau: daughters, Nicole and her husband Allan Sigouin, Michelle and her partner Mark Cookson, Danielle, and Rochelle; grandchildren, Nathan, Justin, Brinna, Aylee, Gemma, and baby Daicey, on the way; brothers, Alfred and his wife Wanda, and Ted Kolosky and his wife Susan of Stafford Springs, Conn.; nieces and nephews, Gretchen Hallameyer, Sara Boudreau-Eck, Bear Boudreau and Levi Boudreau; and many loved stepbrothers, stepsisters, grandnieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend services on Monday, September 16, 2013 at the Southern Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 83 Stanley Road, Springvale, ME. Visiting hours with the family will begin at 9:30 a.m. with funeral services and United States Army honors beginning promptly at 10 a.m.
A separate reception will be held following the burial.
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Published in Fosters from Sept. 12 to Sept. 18, 2013