Marian Eileen Boudreault

  • Born: February 10, 1954
  • Died: March 3, 2020
  • Location: Brattleboro, Vermont

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Marian Eileen (Connor) Boudreault, 66, passed away on March 3, 2020, in Brattleboro, Vermont. She was born on February 10, 1954, in Roxbury, MA the daughter of Edmund G. and Marjorie Connor.

Marian was married to Patrick Romeo Boudreault from November 15, 1980, until his passing on November 19, 1994. Marian attended Portsmouth High School in New Hampshire and went on to get her Associates Degree from the Community College of Vermont. She had many careers over the years. From small business owner to real estate agent to activities director at assisted living facilities. Marian had a great passion for many things, but often wondered what she would be "when she grew up." Raising her daughters was her primary focus.

Marian was a lover of nature, water, healing arts, gardening, and renovating houses. She wanted to see the whole world. This wanderlust brought her to various US states, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Belize, Spain, Vancouver Island, Mexico, and beyond. She believed strongly in many environmental and social causes and was an active rooter for the underdog. She always wished she could do more to support them. She ensured her legacy of compassion through her teachings to her daughters and grandchildren.

Marian is survived by her daughters: Alicia and Nicole, grandchildren: Madeleine, Oliver and Mabel, sister, Virginia "Dede" Connor, and brother, Edmund M. Connor.

She was a lover of life and all the good that it had to offer but also struggled to feel at home in it at times. Navigating the path between the two was always a challenge for her and those that loved her, but we will remember most her energetic zest for life, and relentless passion.

Services will be held privately at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, please contribute to Marian's spirit animal, sea turtles: https://www.seeturtles.org/donate or contribute to protecting mother nature's resources, one of Marian's lifelong devotions: https://www.sierraclub.org/


Condolence & Memory Journal

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I think of Marian, Pat and their lovely daughters often even though it has been many years since we were neighbors. She was a great mother, a helpful neighbor, and a kind person. My heart goes out to her family at this difficult time.
Rose Owens (Wichtowski), Sebastopol, CA

Posted by Rose Owens(Wichtowski) - Sebastopol, CA - Friend   March 16, 2020

I'm so sorry for your loss of such a amazing woman..
I can see she gave many strength. It's so hard to take our own advice.. I know you will always remember her,
With smiles and tears.
Much love, to all of her family and friends
Cousin Cindy

Posted by Cynthia Knight - Middleton, MA - Family   March 16, 2020

You are best remembered by your soft and caring heart. You'll always remain in mine.
Sandra Dell, friend, Norwich, VT

Posted by Sandra Dell - Norwich, VT - Friend   March 16, 2020

I will always remember Marian as my "other sister" and will never forget her wonderful soul.
My heart goes out to all her family and close friends for their loss.
Keith Noyes

Posted by Keith Noyes - Exeter, NH - Friend   March 16, 2020

Randy and I are still stunned and saddened by the passing of our close friend. She was an amazingly compassionate and true friend for many years. We will miss her daily ! Mary and Randy Huston

Posted by MARY FOWLERHUSTON - Center Harbor, NH - Friend   March 16, 2020


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