“From all of us at Bangor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center our sincerest condolences to Lorraine's family and friends. She will be sadly missed at our facility.
“To the O'Donnell Family: I was so sorry to read that Lorraine had passed away. When I worked for "P.C." back in the 70's, Lorraine welcomed me and treated me with such kindness. I don't really know how she did it all; but, she did and has a loving family to prove it. I know you have a lot of wonderful memories and she will be sadly missed. I loved and admired your Mom and Dad. With love and deepest sympathy,
“To Denise & Todd and Jen & Tommy and Matt & the entire O'Donnell Family: My sincere condolences on the passing of your Mom. There are no words just Love. May her memory be eternal. Love, Barb & Dick O'Connell
“Dear O'Donnell family- Your mother was certainly extraordinary.I felt so fortunate to have one of her hand-made hooded anoraks. She knew so many people, but never forgot a special point to ask about of me and Jeff. Her special blend of sophistication and fun will never be forgotten. You are in our thoughts.The best of P.C. and Lorraine lives on through all of you and your children-what a legacy!
Pam and Jeff Johnson
“My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Your mothers beautiful spirit was well described in her obituary. I regret I was unable to attend her service. My family sends their deepest sympathy to you all, especially my best friend Sabrina.
“When I saw the photo what I immediately remembered was the love she extended to me so many times. They were times of joy for me. Condolences to the family.
“What a sad time to see two O'Donnell's Obits in the BDN within one week! We entered the O'Donnell circle when Mike and Rinette drew us in when Pete and I had just gotten married in 1967 and settled in this town. But I knew of the O'Donnells before that! I grew up in St. Leonard and remember a picture at the Acadia Restaurant of the whole family on skis. I have a friend there, named Therese Mazerolle LaPointe who told me she was a "fille engagere" for Lorraine when all the kids...
“Bridget, I was so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. I lost my Mother in August, she was 93. I have many fond memories of you and I discussing our Moms. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
“Condolences, love and prayers to all of you. [Yes, I remember you well. So much fun and creativity..]
Lorraine was always an inspiration..
her patience, intelligence and support were always appreciated.
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BANGOR - Lorraine (Boucher) O'Donnell passed away quietly Jan. 29, 2013, at a Bangor healthcare center after a long illness. She was born Feb. 11, 1924, in New Brunswick, Canada, the daughter of humble Acadian parents, Leon and Leda Boucher.After graduation from Hotel Dieu St. Joseph in...Read More