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Norma Berube

Norma Constance "Connie" Berube

Monday, June 13th, 1932 - Tuesday, February 9th, 2021
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Obituary

Norma Constance “Connie” (Nichols) Berube of Nashua, NH., died peacefully Tuesday, February 9, 2021, with her loving family be her side. She was 88 years old. She was born in Nashua on June 13, 1932 to Bertha (Mooney) and Ernest Nichols.

Connie was the wife of Albert E. Berube (Proprietor of Berube Oil and Asphalt) and were married 45 happy years together up until his passing. They raised 7 children together. In the years to follow, her love of children drove her to open Mrs. B’s Day Care, which she ran for many years.

Connie was a doll collector, a great cook, a lover of all animals, and loved going to yard sales with her friends and family. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Rest in peace mom. We love you and we will miss you.
She is predeceased by her daughter Linda Anctil; brothers Ernest Jr and Leda Nichols, Norman ”Sony” (her twin) and Georgia Nichols; Dick Nichols while in the Navy, Raymond and Shirley Nichols; sister Ruth “Tooty” and Robert Renshaw; and brother-in-law Ted Dean

She is survived by her daughters Cynthia and Michael Dichard, Pamela Boucher, Debra and Joe Boucher, Cheryl Berube; her sons Ronald Berube, Dan and Tracy Berube; son-in-law Skip Anctil; her brother Dennis Boyer; sister-in-law Lucille Dean; her grandchildren Roby Anctil, Jeff Dichard and Kristine Lessard, Seth and Cyndi Dichard, Michael Boucher, Jamie Boucher, Jennifer Boucher and Joe Sippel, Brian Boucher, Christopher and Tasha Berube, Travis and Megan Berube; The Boyer Family and her many great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

Services: A graveside service will be held February 19, 2021 at 10:00 am at St Francis Cemetery, 32 Pinehill Ave, Nashua, NH 03064. Family and friends are invited to attend while masking and practicing social distancing. Those who wish to make a memorial donation in Connie’s loving name may do so to The Humane Society, 24 Ferry Road, Nashua, NH., 03060 or visit them online at https://www.hsfn.org/donate-now/. The Davis Funeral Home, 1 Lock St., Nashua, NH., has been placed in charge of arrangements. An online guest-book is available at www.davisfuneralhomenh.com (603)883-3401 “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER.”
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Service Details

  • Service

    Friday, February 19th, 2021 | 10:00am
    When
    Friday, February 19th, 2021 10:00am
    Location
    St. Francis Cemetery
    Address
    32 Pine Hill Ave
    Nashua, New Hampshire 03064
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    Officiant
    DFH
  • Interment

    Friday, February 19th, 2021 | 11:00am
    When
    Friday, February 19th, 2021 11:00am
    Location
    St. Francis Cemetery
    Address
    32 Pinehill Avenue
    Nashua, New Hampshire 03064
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mike dean

Posted at 11:20am
I am so sorry to hear of Aunt Sis passing, she was such a nice lady. Although we weren't very close because we moved to Texas in 1968 when I was 8, I do remember Aunt Sis and Uncle Albert vividly. Mom will occasionally remind me of stories when I was born and we lived next door to Sis and Al in one of my Grandmother Dean's apartments on Lock Street before we moved to Sioux Ave. While recalling Sis earlier this week, she told me of the time when we had just gotten home from the hospital and I had a bout of colic and wouldn't stop crying. Mom, being a young new mother was at a loss for what to do, so in a panic she called the parenting veterans next door for advice. Albert answered the phone and Mom described the situation. Albert had a good laugh and handed the phone to Sis, who reassured Mom that it was nothing to be worried about.

I remember as a toddler, Uncle Albert terrified me when he chased me into Nanay's apartment downstairs and laughing up a storm as I cried. I can still recall him picking me up and squeezing the life out of me. I remember playing with my Berube cousins amongst all the Berube Asphalt equipment and the old chicken coop / storage sheds down at the edge of the yard, and sitting in the swing under the beautiful weeping willow trees in the meticulously maintained backyard. And despite Sis always saying her Doberman was a sweetheart and I didn't have to worry about it, I always sprinted from the car into the safety of Nanay's apartment. Whenever we came "home" for a Thanksgiving or Christmas visit, we always stopped in to say hello to Sis and her menagerie of animals. She was such a nice lady.

Thank you for mentioning my father in Sis's obituary. I have to say it did bring a smile to my face: I haven't heard anyone refer to my father as "Ted" in decades ---- Sis was probably the last one I heard calling him that!

Enough rambling. I was seriously considering making the drive up from Maryland for the service Friday, but it looks like the snow/ice forecast between here and there would make the trip unsafe. I would have enjoyed "meeting" all my Berube cousins again as adults. In any event, I would welcome hearing from any of you - please drop me a line if you are so inclined.

Again, I am so sorry for your loss and Auntie Sista's passing.

Rest in Peace, Aunt Sis.

Mike Dean
Eburgdeans@gmail.com
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Cheryl Morin

Posted at 03:52am
I am truly sorry for your loss. I would like to offer you and your family my deepest and most sincere condolences. "Mrs. B " took
such great care of my daughter and I am so grateful to this day . There isn't a kinder person on this earth...She just had a
way with children and animals like no other . She will always be in my heart...Thankful to have known such a special person.
God Bless...
C

claudiar32937@gmail.com

Posted at 02:50pm
Our deepest sympathies go out to the family of Connie Berube. Connie was one of the most caring people we knew. She was best friends with my mom for at least 75 years and she was a true animal lover. I remember all of us going to the beach together and hanging out. Her laughter and humor will be truly missed. We hope the family takes solace in the fact she is no longer in pain and is reunited with her husband Albert. May the Good Lord Bless you and take care of all of you.

Tina McClintock

Posted at 08:09pm
Auntie Sis you will always be remembered. I can still hear your joyful laugh. Fond memories visiting you at your day care as a kid. The time when mom was Santa for the kids you thought that was so entertaining. Domes just like yesterday. I know in my heart you have been welcomed in the Lords house with open arms. God Bless! T-McClintock-Coulombe
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