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Obituary for Martha Cecile Corriveau (Haggett)

Martha Cecile (Haggett) Corriveau, 88, died surrounded by loving family at her home in Nashua on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. She was born on April 7, 1932 in Nashua, daughter of the late Edward and Irene (Bonnomenn) Haggett.

She was wife of the late Normand E. Corriveau who died on July 4, 2019. They were married on February 24, 1951.

Martha was educated in the Hudson, NH school system. She had many jobs throughout the years which included working at Murray Printing Company (Courier) in Forge Village, Massachusetts with her husband, Raytheon, and Bemis Co to name just a few. Her religion was very important to her and she was a devoted parishioner of Parish of the Resurrection in Nashua for many years. She was also a member of the Franciscan 3rd Order.

Along with her beloved husband, Normand, she was preceded by three brothers, Edward, Albert and Raymond, as well as her son, Kenneth, who passed away in 2002.

She is survived by her children, Dennis and Louise Corriveau of Hollis, Edward Corriveau of Nashua, Kevin Corriveau of Amherst, and Debbie and Spencer Libby of Cheboygan, Michigan; grandchildren, Nathan Corriveau of Hollis, Adam Corriveau and Nykole Corriveau Roche of Northhampton, Massachusetts and their three children, Ruby, Desmond, and Vivienne, Sarah and Bill Gwynne of Bedford and their children, Zachary and Oliver, Sherry and Michael Poissant of Franklin and their children, Martinez, Alicia and Christian, William Corriveau of California, Christopher Corriveau of Florida, Travis and Mellissa Libby of Michigan, Keith Corriveau of Antrim, Kyle Corriveau of Peterborough, and Kasey Corriveau of Amherst; as well as several Nieces, Nephews, and Cousins.

She was a wonderful mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother who will be sorely missed.

SERVICES: A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Wednesday, September 23, 2020, 11am, at Parish of the Resurrection, 449 Broad Street in Nashua. Interment prayers and burial will follow at Sunnyside Cemetery in Hudson. Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Due to COVID-19 those attending will be required to wear a mask and follow social distancing as directed by the church.