Constance J. Filleul - age: 96
(September 17, 1924 to November 18, 2020
Old Orchard Beach, Maine
A memorial service will be held Friday December 11, 2020 at 10:00 AM at the Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral home 365 Main St, Saco, Maine 04072.
Please follow all protocols for Covid 19.
George Weber of the World Wide Church of God will officiate.
Old Orchard Beach, Constance J. Filleul, 94 of Wild Dunes ways passed away November 18, 2020 at her residence.
She was born in Manchester, NH September 17, 1924 the daughter of James D. Filleul and Agnes Hunter Filleul Jr.
Connie has an outgoing personality which attracted others to her. She was friendly, caring and processed a delightful sense of humor. She was a people person which made her well-liked by all. She was also a lover of animals. She contributed to many agencies caring for the mistreatment of all kinds---horses, dogs, mules---lions and cats. Especially cats.
She was proud of her Scottish heritage and cherished a trip to Scotland, enjoying the scenery, the sites, and the history of the of the country, and she extended her trip to include Paris and Rome. She also enjoyed a tour of Alaska with her friends, sponsored by the Connecticut Credit Union.; a tour of the Bay area as well as an adventure into the interior of the state. Connie was a member of the Worldwide Church of God and enjoyed participating in their annual festival gatherings.
Connie worked for the phone company in Connecticut before attending the Massachusetts School of Physiotherapy in Boston. She received her certificate as an X Ray Technician in September of 1953. She worked for the State of Connecticut in the Radiology Department as an X Ray Technician II and she retired on January 1, 1978 at the age of 53 after twenty one years and eight months of dedicated service.
Having spent many summers vacations in Maine with her family, she moved here permanently in 2000. She moved to her home at The Birches in 2003, where she enjoyed cooking, eating, and listening to audio books as her eyesight degenerated. She desired to spend her last days in her home, which was enabled by the loving services provided by Home Instead Senior Care and Hospice of Southern Maine. Her wish was granted, she is now at peace.