1925 – 2013
N. Grosvenordale – Leila Coutu, 88, of Central St., died Tuesday, June 18, 2013 in her home. Born in Newton, MA, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Glennie (Marshal) Littlehale.
Mrs. Coutu worked as a CNA for Milford Nursing Associates. She enjoyed collecting turtles.
Leila is survived by her sons; Edward Coutu of Fort Mills, SC, Thomas Coutu of Fort Walton, FL, Mark Coutu of Milton, FL, and Russell Coutu of Hiram, ME; her daughters, Frances Robinson of Milton, FL, Florence Shepherd of Woonsocket, RI, Jo Anne Field of Hiram, ME, Norma Sylvester of Medway, MA, Terry Desnoyer of Leominster, MA, and Rochelle Coutu of N. Grosvenordale.
Funeral arrangements are private and entrusted in to Gilman Funeral Home, 104 Church St, Putnam, CT. For memorial guestbook visit www.GilmanAndValade.com.
I WILL LOVE YOU FOR A LIFE TIME AND WILL MISS YOU FOREVER LOVE JO
Betty (Littlehale) Holman
She was the last of Frank and Glennie’s children.
I will always remember her and I will miss her.
You have my deepest sympathy for her loss.
I glad she was happy the final years of her life, thank you Rochell for making that happen. She did her best to raise 10 children, none have crossed the line and all are trying there best. Thank You Mother and mey you and Dad pe happy together.
Mom, I will miss you.
My condolences to all others who loved her and will miss her.
I will remember our conversations on the porch haveing coffee and a smoke well….rest in peace meme you have earned it!
I will always love you,now you at peace with Pep’Pe’ in Heven with God.Love you always and forever Ricky
Robin and Peter Trimble
Terr and your family,
We were sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing. may you find peace in family and friends and those memories you will treasure. Thinking of you.
I know you you and Dad had a hard time raising all of us, but we all know you did the best you could because you both were the best and YES you were the ROCK in the family. All thats left is pebbles. We all hope to become rocks like you and dad were to all of us. I love and miss you both verry much. You dont have to worry about any of us. We’ll all be ok. Love you, Russell
Mom you will be missed and I’m thinking about you and Dad all the time and I believe that you were the best mother and father ever and I will always love you
Your son Mark