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Annette Maillet


Annette Maillet
Beautiful, both inside and out!

Annette Maillet, in her 85th year, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 31, 2021, at Manoir St. Jean Baptiste in Bouctouche, NB. Born October 2, 1935 in Sainte Marie de Kent, NB, and lived there in the Maillet family homestead most of her life until moving to Bouctouche in her later years.

Annette will be sadly missed by her dearest sister and best friend Bernice Savoie, of Waltham, Massachusetts. She will be lovingly remembered by her nieces and their spouses: goddaughters Brenda Savoie Cleary (Jay) and Darlene McGuiney; Joanna Cormier (Angelo Cozzarin), Shirley Schut (Larry), Dianne Cormier (Jeff Corner), Betty Iagallo (Jimi), Doreen Porter (Russ), Louise LeBlanc (Ronald), and Linda Maillet; nephew David Maillet (Karen); sister-in-laws, Gloria, wife of Yvon, and Annette, wife of Alonzo. She also was a proud great-aunt and great-great-aunt.

She was preceded in death by her parents Telex and Alice (Roy) Maillet; her siblings Yvon Maillet, Florence Cormier, Helen McGuiney, Marie Melanson, and Alonzo Maillet; and by brothers-in-law Albeny Cormier, Eddy McGuiney, Antoine Melanson, and Laurie Savoie; her nieces Patsy (Denis) Robichaud and Joyce (Steve) Stojanovic; and also by her special friend Ronaldo Allain.

Annette worked for many years in the dry cleaning business in Bouctouche, impacting many people’s lives with her sweet loving manner. She was always there with an encouraging word, remembering birthdays and special events with a phone call or card, and always there to provide comfort to others when needed. Annette would always end a telephone call with “Je t’aime beaucoup beaucoup!”

Although she never had children of her own, Annette was a tremendous influence in the lives of all her nieces and her nephew. She will be greatly missed and the world will be less bright without her.

The family would like to thank the staff of Manoir St. Jean Baptiste for the exceptional care and compassion shown to Annette during her stay. A heartfelt “Thank You” to nurse Lucy Brown for the unfailing assistance she readily gave to the family, in these times when family could not be there in person, only in spirit.

In memory of Annette, memorial contributions may be made to the Manoir St. Jean Baptiste, Bouctouche, NB. A private ‘Celebration of Life’ service will be held at a later date.

Funeral arrangements are in the professional care of Maillet Funeral Home, Bouctouche.
Service Date
Wednesday, February 3, 2021