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Janet Laramee

Age: 75 • South Burlington

Janet Laramee, 75, passed away peacefully at home August 5, 2015, after a valiant battle with cancer. She was born August 25, 1939 in Burlington, Vt. daughter of Conrad and Blanche (LaBombard) Laramee. She worked all her life in community service. After graduating from Cathedral High School she entered Mount St. Mary's Convent to become a Sister of Mercy for 30 years, taught first grade at Cathedral Grammar School and St. Mary's in Middlebury. She worked for the Diocese of Burlington in the Special Religious Education office. She also worked as a therapist at Northwest Medical Center in St. Albans, retiring in 2008. She will be remembered by all for her warm heart, big smile and her ability to make lasting friendships, wherever she went. She was especially fond of her great nephews "The Boys" as she called them. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends. She enjoyed nature, photography, and travels with Sandy and their dogs across country, and many trips to the ocean in Maine.

She is survived by partner Sandy Corran of Ocean Park, Maine, sister Lorraine Juiffre and husband Steve and their children Lisa Dennis and her husband Nick and their children Noah and Wyatt, Thomas Juiffre and wife Nicole and their children Cameron and Ethan. Also survived by several aunts, uncles and cousins and many longtime dear friends and many wonderful new friends she made at Grandway Commons during the past 2 years. Her family would like to thank her many friends for their love and support during her illness.

Per her request, there will be no formal funeral arrangements. Please join us on Monday 8/10/15 at 12:00am for a luncheon to celebrate her life at St. John's Club, 9 Central Avenue, Burlington.

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Published in The Burlington Free Press on Aug. 8, 2015
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