Wilfred J. Paquin

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    - Wifred Paquin
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    - Diane Hamm
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    - Christina
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    - Karen McPherson
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Goffstown - Wilfred J. Paquin, 90, of Goffstown, died July 31, 2014 at Catholic Medical Center after a period of declining health.He was born in Manchester on April 23, 1924, to Marjorique and Eliza (Doyon) Paquin. He lived in Manchester and Goffstown for many years.During World War II he served in the U.S. Army under Gen. George Patten and earned the rank of sergeant. During his military service, he was a French translator.Wilfred worked with his brother, Roland, who was owner of Roland's Garage, and for the N.H. State Liquor Commission for many years.He was a member of the League of 1000 Men of the Precious Blood and enjoyed cooking gardening, dancing and all things nautical.He was predeceased by five brothers, Roland, Lucien, Maurice, Emile and Edgar, and one sister, Lorraine Lalumiere.The family includes his wife of 21 years, Germaine (Provencher) (Coutu) Paquin of Goffstown; seven children, Paul Coutu and his wife, Diane, of Goffstown, Louise Sevigny and her husband, Ronald, of North Carolina, Diane Hamm and her husband, Donald, and Mike Coutu and his wife, Rita, all of Florida, Celeste Weil of Maine, Lorraine Beaudet and her partner, Bruce Brewer, of Derry, and Robin Provencher and her fiancé, Lenny Bradford, of Manchester; 14 grandchildren, Stacey, Angela, Wayne, Brian, Lori, Justin, Jessica, Devin, Jennifer, Jessika, Derek, Chelsea, PJ and Jaime; 13 great-grandchildren; and two great-great- grandchildren; loving nieces, Doris Boucher of Manchester, Jacqueline Kistler and her husband, Bob, of Florida, and Rita Case and her husband, Sam, of Nashua; and a great-niece, Paula Dobens and her husband, Mike, of Nashua.


SERVICES: A calling hour will be held Tuesday from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, 1799 Elm St., corner of North Street, Manchester. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church, 265 S. Main St., Manchester. Committal prayers will follow at St. Augustin Cemetery, South Beech Street, Manchester.Memorial donations may be made to Precious Blood Monastery, 700 Bridge St., Manchester 03104To leave a message of condolence, visit www.lambertfuneralhome.com.

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Published in Union Leader on Aug. 3, 2014
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