Beverly Paquin

Beverly Paquin

Tuesday, December 8th, 1931 Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

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Obituary for Beverly Dorothy Paquin

Beverly D. Paquin, 89, formerly of Hudson, NH, passed away peacefully on Wednesday February 24, 2021, after a long illness at Ridgewood Center, Bedford, NH.
She was born to the late Dorothy B. MacEachran and Clifford S. Rice on December 8, 1931. Beverly graduated from Manchester Central High School in 1950 and entered the Elliot Nursing School that same year.
Beverly was married to Edmond E. Paquin in 1951 until his death on September 12, 1973. She was a loving mother, wife and caregiver to Eddie for 17 years before his passing.
She is survived by five children: Robert D. Paquin and husband Daniel of Litchfield, Monna G. Howe of Merrimack, Mark E. Paquin and wife Donna of Nashua, Jeffrey A. Paquin of Concord, and Melissa M. Paquin-Beers of Hudson. She also leaves behind a sister, Janet L. Irwin of North Carolina, brother Robert A. Monticone of Texas, step-brother Stephen J. Monticone of Concord, cousin Lucille Randall Rice and a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She is predeceased by George Monticone of Toronto and Freeman S. Rice of Concord.
Beverly had a passion for sewing, knitting, crocheting, embroidery and needlepoint, painting, gardening and cooking. She was part of the State of New Hampshire Foster Parent Program for several years, member of the Gold Star Wives, the Good Sam’s Club and the Cat Fanciers Association, Inc. She bred and raised Birman Cats under BevPur Birmans showing her kittens and generating several National Grand Champions.
She was a loving, giving woman, a very active member of The Sanctuary United Pentecostal Church in Hudson for over fifty years, where she could be found busy cooking for a crowd, taking on a sewing project or preparing for a fund raiser.
Most recently Beverly presided as Secretary of the Resident Council at Ridgewood Center, where she has resided these past few years.
There will be a private family viewing. Burial will take place at Hill’s Farm Cemetery in Hudson later this spring. In lieu of sending flowers the family asks that donations be made to the Animal Rescue League of NH, 545 Rt. 101, Bedford, NH, 03110. 603-472-3647 or visit them online at The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements. “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER”.

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    Hills Farm Cemetery
    Route 102
    Hudson, New Hampshire
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Granville Wilkins and Bill Zuber sent flowers to the family of Beverly Dorothy Paquin.
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She spent as much time as she could outside. She loved watching the birds in the trees. She will be missed

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Karen Nigara

I will forever remember Aunt Bev and Uncle Eddies' love, patience and sense of family when they welcomed my family of seven in their home when my father retired from the Air Force and we were waiting to move into our own house. All seven of us lived with them for months and always felt welcome and never like we were a burden or intruding. We were family. I specifically remember Aunt Bev's giggling at my sense of fashion; I envisioned myself those days as "cutting edge" in my teen years. One day during my visit back from college she showed up wearing an outfit eerily similar to one of mine. We posed for a picture, laughed and I still remember her humor, sense of fun and love to this day.
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Granville Wilkins and Bill Zuber

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
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Ron & Marti Piro

Rob and Family, sending our sympathy and love on the loss of your Mom! Losing a Mom is always hard and leaves a gap in your heart. With our love and hugs,
Marti and Ron Piro❤️🌷🌹
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Elaine StGermain

So sorry for your loss Beverly was a wonderful lady she will be greatly missed prayers and hugs to the family hold on to you memories they will carry you on your darkest days....Elaine
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