Lynda Hague

Lynda Kay Hague (Thomson)

March 8, 1947 - February 15, 2019
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Lynda Kay (Thomson) Hague, a resident of Chelmsford for 45 years, passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, February 15, 2019. She was the beloved wife of Richard Miguel with whom she has celebrated 21 years of marriage.

She was born in Everett on March 8, 1947 and was a daughter of the late Kenneth D. and Mildred J. (Frechette) Thomson.

Lynda earned her Bachelor's Degree from the College of Our Lady of the Elms in Chicopee and her Master's Degree from Boston College. Prior to her retirement, Lynda was employed as a Special Education Teacher in the Wilmington School System. She liked spending time gardening and decorating. Lynda genuinely cared about people and she enjoyed being a volunteer with hospice and with Table of Plenty in Chelmsford.

In addition to her loving husband, Lynda is survived by her step-brothers; Carl Lavoie of Salem and Robert Lavoie of Swampscott, her nephews and niece; Alan Noyes (her Godson) and his wife Pamela of Tewksbury, Kenneth Noyes and his wife Kristen of Billerica, Daniel Noyes and his fiance Camile of Beverly, and Kelly Delaney and her husband Sean of Manchester By the Sea, her great nieces and nephews; Corey Clark, Allison Noyes, Megan Delaney, Patrick Delaney, Christina Noyes, Aaron Noyes, Kevin Noyes, Ryan Noyes and Cameron Noyes and one great-great niece Lana Clark. Lynda was predeceased by her sister Joan Noyes, brother-in-law Elwood "Al" Noyes, step-sister Connie Harding and step-brother Ronald Lavoie and her nephew James Noyes.

Visitation will be held on Monday from 4 to 7 p m at the Blake Chelmsford Funeral Home, 24 Worthen St., Chelmsford.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 o'clock on Tuesday at St. Mary Parish, 25 North Rd., Chelmsford.


Interment will follow in Fairview Cemetery, WESTFORD.

For those who desire, memorial donations may be made to Circle Home Inc.. 847 Rogers St., Lowell, MA 01852.

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Service Details

  • Visitation

    February 18, 2019 | 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    February 18, 2019 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    Blake Chelmsford Funeral Home
    24 Worthen Street
    Chelmsford, MA 01824
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  • Mass of Christian Burial

    February 19, 2019 | 11:00am
    February 19, 2019 11:00am
    St. Mary Parish
    25 North Road
    Chelmsford, MA 01824
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  • Interment

    Fairview Cemetery Westford
    Main Street/Tadmuck Road
    WESTFORD, MA 01886
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Private Condolence

Donna LaVoie

Posted at 04:25pm
What a surprise to learn of Lynda’s passing. She was a person of great warmth, always welcoming the family in and bringing people together. We were saddened by the news and wish Rick and the family our sincerest sympathies. Bob and Donna LaVoie

Tom Mirisola

Posted at 10:05am
Dear Friend & Colleague,
I shall miss our monthly communications more than you'll ever know. The letters we exchanged over the years were a form of therapy which helped guide me through many rough patches. You were / are my inspiration to keep going. Our friendship touched me like no other.

Rest In Peace My Friend / Always,


Joanne Miles

Posted at 09:54am
Rick, Family and Friends,
Words cannot begin to express the sorrow felt at Lynda’s passing. For over 40 years Lynda’s friendship has been woven into the tapestry of my life and the lives of many others. Through good times and bad, Lynda has been there sharing her warmth, concern and care. I recall so many positive times with her starting as young teachers and so many adventures as friends. How can I forget the time she taught me to make strawberry jam in her kitchen on a sweltering June day or how she gathered our friends each December to celebrate Christmas where she could put Martha Stewart to shame.
Although her grace, humor and love will be missed, she can never be forgotten. She was and will always be a dear friend.

Jane Welch

Posted at 10:31pm
I was a colleague of Lynda’s for many years in the Wilmington School System. On a light note I remember her turtle necks and crisp cotton blouses. She always looked so classy.

Lynda sent me a card every day or every other when I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005.. I will always remember how much it meant to me. Thank you my dear and may you Rest In Peace.


Posted at 03:49pm
Dear Hague ( Thomson ) family. I am very sorry to have read of the recent death of your loved one, Lynda. Please accept my most sincere condolences. I would like to share something that I have personally found to be very comforting. It is found in the Bible at John 5:28,29 and at Revelation 21:3-5. These verses tell us that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our dear loved ones as well as do away with all of the many causes we have for suffering, including sickness, pain & death. Knowing this has always comforted me and it is my hope that these thought from the Bible will likewise comfort your family and will also ease some of your pain during this most difficult time in your lives.

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