Lucine Provencher

Lucine B. Provencher (Croteau)

Monday, June 1st, 1925 - Thursday, August 6th, 2020
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Lucine B. (Croteau) Provencher, 95, of Enfield, entered into eternal rest on Thursday, August 6, 2020. She was the beloved wife of 60 years to the late Thomas Provencher (2003).
Born on June 1, 1925 in Enfield, CT to the late Henry and Blanche (Michaud) Croteau and was a life-long resident of Enfield. In her leisure time she enjoyed knitting, crocheting and was an avid reader. Lucine was a beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother that dedicated her life to caring for her loving family and her home.
Lucine is survived by her three loving daughters; Marlene Raiche & husband Richard of Enfield, Gail Downes of Somers, and Robyn Taylor & husband William of Enfield, her four beloved grandchildren; Thomas Downes, Lisa Gladysz, Erin Downes and Kristin Raiche, five cherished great-grandchildren; Ethan Sparrow, Abigail Downes, Ashton Downes, Connor Sparrow and Alexa Gladysz. Besides her husband and parents, Lucine was predeceased by two brothers, Raymond and Ronald Croteau.
Services for Lucine will be private at the convenience of her family. Burial will be in St. Patrick’s King St. Cemetery, Enfield. In lieu of flowers memorial donations in her memory may be made to Westside German Shepard Rescue, 3016 S. Hill St. Los Angeles, CA 9007 or To leave an online condolence message for the family go to
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    St. Patrick King St. Cemetery
    1556 King Street
    ENFIELD, CT 06082
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Betty Slanetz

Posted at 03:15pm
Marlene, Gail & Robyn, We send out heartfelt condolences on the passing of your Mom. She was always sweet to us. We suspect she and your Dad are up there with Art & Effy gabbing away. The Slanetz Family.

Lynne Gannuscio

Posted at 06:22am
Auntie Lue was the most perfect example of unconditional love. She gave everyone a sense of belonging and value. Her kindness and selfless devotion was unlimited. She would peel the Apple before she gave it to you. Her smile and laughter were gifts from God. Rest in Pease ,our beautiful lady, thank you for being here,you will be greatly missed. God bless you . Lynne (Provencher)Gannuscio.

Donna L Avery(Pease)

Posted at 07:41pm
Was shocked to hear of your passing, visited with you a few months ago, you remembered things I didn't remember. I've know Lou since I was 5 years old. I have so many good memories. A nicer, sweeter lady, there is none. My mother and father have spent so much of there lives with you. My life is better because Lou was in it when I was growing up. I remember when I was little and I would sleep over, Lou would tuck us in and say, (goodnight, There now your as snug as a bug in a rug). Or how I would call her up and ask her to come over for chips and and on Friday nights, little things like that which meant so much. I remember her tortellini soup and her English muffin pizza. We would go over her house often, my family and I and have coffee and laugh. Was always was a good time camping, it was the best growing up, camping and having so much fun. RIP and please hug Addie for me, Love Donna Lee Peaso, her nickname for me

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