Sherry Bousquet

Sherry Lee Bousquet (Fredette)

Tuesday, June 23rd, 1936 - Monday, April 20th, 2020
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ENFIELD – Sherry Lee (Fredette) Bousquet, 83, entered into eternal rest on Monday, April 20, 2020. Born in Proctor, VT, daughter of the late Henry and Romona (Guimonds) Fredette, she lived in Enfield for most of her life. Sherry worked at the former Pumpernickel Pub, Parkway Pavilion, and St. Joseph Residence. Sherry loved to walk and walk five miles a day and many in town would wave during her travels. She was the widow of Homer Bousquet to whom she was married for forty-five years. She was also predeceased by a brother, Ronald Fredette and a sister, Sally Dale. She leaves four sons, H. Joseph Bousquet and his wife Janina of Tolland, Keith B. Bousquet of Canaan, Kevin S. Bousquet and his wife Michelle of Old Chatham, NY, Brian A. Bousquet and his partner, Laura Manocchio of Enfield, a daughter, Deborah A. Bousquet-Moody of Winchester, VA, a sister, Ann Clark of Stafford, twelve grandchildren, Ryan, Kristy, Taylor, Wesley, Victoria, Spencer, Nicholas, Megan, Dominick, Ashley, Samantha, Bailey, Lauren, Brittany, and four great-grandchildren, and nieces, nephews and cousins. All services are private. Donations may be made to Fox Hill Center, Resident Council Fund, 1253 Hartford Turnpike, Vernon, CT 06066. For online condolences, please visit
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    Enfield Street Cemetery
    Enfield Street
    enfield, CT 06082
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Barry Zulauf

Posted at 06:41pm
To the Bousquet Family. I would like to Express my condolences on the loss of your mother.

Barry Zulauf

Jacqueline Dutko

Posted at 07:15am
Joe, Keith, Kevin, Brian and Debbie, Our hearts go out to you at this time for the loss of your wonderful and caring Mom. She is a great loss to us all, we all loved Sherry and will miss her smile and warm personality. I am happy to have so many memories we have shared over the years. We believe she has gone to a better place and is at peace. With sincerest sympathy.

Jackie and Jake Dutko

John Cote

Posted at 06:58am
So sorry for your loss. I knew your mom Sherry a long time ago and she was such a lovely lady and great mother. She always worried deeply every time we would jump on our motorcycles!. My thoughts are with the whole family at this very sad time.


John Cote

Susan Schoenemann

Posted at 09:23am
My deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear kind Mother. She was always smiling . I remember being over her house with Debbie and making microwave popcorn and it was first time for her seeing it pop and as she looked into microwave her eyes got bigger and bigger and she kept backing away. It was a fun night. Love to all at this difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Gail Page

Posted at 10:23pm
Sending my Heartfelt Condolences to the entire Bousquet Family for the loss of your Beautiful Mom, She’s with the Angels now. Keeping you all in my thoughts Prayers🙏
With Sympathy and hugs,
Gail Page

cindy Steadman Posted at 10:33am

Did not know your mother but I worked with you and Kevin at the harley hotel many years ago. your whole family has my deepest sympathy, and are in my thought and prayers Cindy Steadman

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