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Laurie Gagnon

Laurie L. Gagnon

October 25, 1969 - May 7, 2021
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Obituary

Laurie L. Gagnon, age 51, a resident of Byron, ME, passed away peacefully on Friday, May 7, 2021 at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.

She was born in Woburn, MA on October 25, 1969, and was the daughter of James J. Gagnon and Donna (Muise) Scott.

She was educated by the Lowell School system and lived her childhood in Lowell, Ma. before moving to Maine for the last 15 years.

She loved to spend time outdoors with her six labs, going snowmobiling, hunting, hiking and fishing. She also loved spending time with her grandsons and family.

In addition to her parents, Laurie leaves her son Michael P. Metallic and his wife Deana of Winchendon,Ma her three grandsons Nathan, Jacoby and Bryce; her long time fiance Ronald Tremblay of Byron, ME and her siblings Marion Monteer of Nashua,NH Jim Gagnon and wife Karen Gagnon of Nashua,NH Paul Gagnon of Chelmsford,Ma John Gagnon and his wife Cheryl Gagnon of Pepperell,Ma and her loving in-laws Ray and Phyllis Tremblay of Dunstable,Ma. She also leaves behind many nieces and nephews she cherished. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends and all that knew her.


Funeral Services and Interment will be held privately. Memorial donations may be made to the Lupus Foundation and/or MSPCA
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Mike

Posted at 08:46pm
Moms favorite saying when she had a few drinks “ I HAVE A SLIGHT GLOW” . I’ll never forget that.
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Ron Tremblay

Posted at 08:58pm
Laurie was well connected with our Lord Jesus .The entire time I spent with her on this earth I was fortunate enough to witness many instances of proof . She always felt compassion towards people and encouraged me to discount ill feelings towards others even if you felt you’ve been wronged. Particularly she had a special affiliation towards animals. One instance she recounted to me many times was her assistance to the natural course of breeding of our dogs Max and Chloe
. Domestic dogs have weaker reproductive instincts than than wild ones. In order for things to progress the dogs need to feel comfortable with their natural and instinctual urges to mate.They can many times fail to mate from fear and confusion.Laurie was so close to these dogs that they commenced breeding right with her when the time came.They call it a tie. I won’t get into the details but she said it was absolutely amazing.Here she is laying in the snow, after several miles in the cold holding and comforting them. Someone even happened to walk up upon them only to leave in awe! Afterwards they expressed pure bliss towards each other and Laurie. Jumping all around.Long story short, Laurie assisted the yellow Lab Chloe to raise two beautiful litters of puppies 18 total I believe. She is well known in the area for being an outstanding breeder. She attended to every possible need, proper diet ,cleanliness and careful choice of future owners.That’s how she worked. Impressive woman. Max to the left Chloe next, then her sister Lexie
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Elnora We b

Posted at 05:13pm
“God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear
from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning
nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things has passed
away.” (Revelation 21:3,4)
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Colleen Gagnon

Posted at 10:40am
My best memory of Laurie was when she was just a kid I walked into her house and she was cleaning the furniture with soap and water I said " Laurie what are you doing you should be using furniture polish she turned to me and said auntie polish don't cut it with these kids" Rest in Peace Laurie
Love 💕 Aunt Colleen
 
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Pat Wellington Posted at 06:27pm

There are so many great memories with Laurie lou, Im saddened that your gone girl! Laurie was a great friend, I wish we had stayed in touch, im not sure what happened with that, but I always thought of you Laurie! She was Loving, caring and was always there if you needed her, she was Special! Im so Sorry your gone, my Heart hurts! You will forever remain in my Heart and Thoughts, Give Sean a big hug for me! Until I see you again, Love you always, Pat Wellington
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