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Kathleen V. (Beaudreau) Brouillard
March 15, 1951 ~ September 24, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Kathleen V. (Beaudreau) Brouillard, age 72, died Sunday, September 24, 2023, while surrounded by her loving family, at Blackstone Valley Health and Rehab where she had lived since 2016.
Kathy leaves her devoted husband of 53 years, Paul C. Brouillard; two daughters, Brandy Brouillard, of Salem and Buffy Brouillard and her partner Paul Lebeau, of Northbridge; four grandchildren: Eloi Brouillard and his fiancée Brittany Novak, Lydia Joslin, Connor Lilly, and Vincent Joslin; five great grandchildren: Coltin, Max, Giannah, Greyson and Lily. In addition, she leaves a brother Robert and his wife Phoung Beaudreau, of Riverside, CA and five sisters: Denise Beaudreau, of Malden; Jeanine Alton and her husband Bruce, of Thompson, CT; Marie Bengston, of Webster; Susan Couillard, of Douglas; and Debra Jacques and her husband James, of Sutton.
Born in Worcester on March 15, 1951, Kathy was the oldest child of Armand and Bernice (Marando) Beaudreau. She grew up in South Grafton and graduated in 1969 from Grafton High School. After high school she worked at John Hancock Insurance, in Worcester and later as a teller at Savers Bank in Grafton, retiring in 1999. Kathy was a voracious reader, and enjoyed quilting and ceramics and was a collector of all things chicken related. She and Paul enjoyed traveling on their motorcycle for many years.
Calling Hours are Thursday, September 28, from 4:30-6PM. Funeral Services and burial will be private. Please omit flowers. Memorial donations may be made to
National MS Society, PO Box 91891, Washington, D.C., 20090 – 1891.