Adrienne D. Coderre

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Adrienne D. Coderre
1907 – 2012

North Grosvenordale – Adrienne D. Coderre, 105, formerly of Stein Street, died Friday, November 9, 2012 in Westview Health Care Center. Born in North Grosvenordale, she was the daughter of the late Philippe and Amanda (Martin) Coderre.

Miss Coderre worked as a clerk for the United States Post Office in North Grosvenordale for 32 years until retiring in 1977. She was a communicant of St. Joseph Church and a member of the Children of Mary. She was very active in church activities and volunteered at St. Joseph School after her retirement for 10 years.

Adrienne is survived by her sister-in-law Georgette Coderre of Dayville and many nieces and nephews, as well as grandnieces and grandnephews. She was predeceased by her sisters, Bernadette Archambault, Juliette Cournoyer, Theresa Jacobi, Madeleine Coe, Fabienne and Marie Rose Coderre; and her brothers, Uldee, Fabien, Maurice, Lucien, Paul and Laurent Coderre.

Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Adrienne’s family at 9:00 am on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 in the Valade Funeral Home, 23 Main St., N. Grosvenordale CT followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 am in St. Joseph Church, 18 Main St., N. Grosvenordale. Burial will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Project Northeast, 81 Church St., Putnam, CT 06260. For Memorial Guestbook visit www.GilmanAndValade.com

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  1. Christine Jackel

    My deepest sympathy to Adrienne’s family. She was a very special lady, and a very close friend to me for 30+ years, having met at St. Joseph Church. We shared many good times, and some of the memories we would talk about were the times we visited Fr. Boisvert when he moved to Montville, and a favorite place for us was the Lighthouse Inn in New London, then a nice restaurant, and as Adrienne would say “classy” place – classy is how I can best describe Adrienne. She was a warm, kind, loving, special friend who will never be forgotten; she will always be in my heart. Love, Chris

  2. Jennifer (Coe) Holt

    To all my dear cousins…what a legacy Great Aunt Adrienne has left behind. I’ll always treasure the stories she told, visits to the house on Stein Street, and dining at “The Club”! ;) She will be sorely missed, and am so happy we got to see her in August. She was an angel among us…
    Love you all, Jennifer and family

  3. Annette Gancarz

    My deepest condolences to the entire Coderre family. I enjoyed spending my days with Adrienne, her subtle humor and that smile that went straight to my heart. She enjoyed having coffee with me in the morning, asking me about my day to come and what the weather was outside. She would hold my hand and tell me about the post office from when she worked there. Something she loved very much. She will be greatly missed but never forgotten. Annette

  4. suzanne coe feye

    To my dear family, My deepest sympathy. She will truly be missed.I feel happy that I got to visit with her in August. I will always remember how special she made you feel when we visited.
    Love to all—Hope to see you all soon, Suzanne

  5. Dee Carnahan

    Aunt Adrienne, affectionately known to her many nieces and nephews as “ma tante,” was a woman of faith and family. She loved God fervently and reverently, and she loved her parents, siblings, and extended family completely. She was loved back by all of us. She was steady and strong, and she had a great sense of humor. I always enjoyed her company when I would take her to various doctor appointments when she was 101, 102, and 103. She did so well when we were out and about. I was among several family members and Westview staff who were with her when she went to her home in heaven on Friday morning, 9 November. We all cried over the great loss, but truly knew she was gone to a better place where she would be welcomed by God, his angels, and her beloved family. God bless you, ma tante, and please keep us all in your prayers. Gone, but never forgotten. All my love, Dee

  6. Joseph Laurent II and Patricia Coderre

    My father was Joseph Laurent Coderre and Aunt Adrienne’s youngest brother. Having lived far from the Family we did not have the pleasure of knowing Ma Tante as close as all of you. Our visits were few but as memoralble as yesterday. My love of Ma Tante came from my father who spoke of his family devoutly and often. We join with all of you not in sadness but in the joy of knowing there is one huge reunon behind the Gates of Heaven. We wish each of you the continued Love, Peace and Joy that Aunt Adrienne brought to all that knew her.

    Blessing to All,

    Joe and Pat Coderre

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