Cecile St. Ours - age: 78
(February 09, 1942 to December 13, 2020
A memorial service will be held Friday January 15, 2021 at 1:00 PM at the Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral home 365 Main St, Saco. Spring burial will be at St. Joseph Cemetery in Biddeford.
Dennett, Craig & Pate are entrusted with her services.
Cecile St. Ours, 78 passed away Sunday December 13, 2020 due to an ongoing battle with dementia at the South Portland Nursing Home.
She was born in Old Orchard Beach on February 9, 1942, the daughter of Napoleon and Margaret LaPlante Bolduc.
She attended schools in Old Orchard Beach up until the 8th grade. As a young girl she worked at local motels as a chambermaid. She also worked at Herman shoe until she had to stop working due to her pregnancy with her twin daughters. She became a homemaker to her 4 children and husband until he passed away. She then returned to working at the Surfside Motels and Cabins for 15 years up until her retirement. In retirement she went on to babysitting her grandson while her daughter worked. She loved spending her time with her grandchildren when they were younger. She became a member of the Seashore Trolley Museum where she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. She was also a member of the Veterans Alliance Club and St. Josephs Church, Good Shepherd Parish.
She also enjoyed going out dancing at several local clubs and could be found on the floor doing the twist and just being her energetic self.
She had a unique sense of humor that made people laugh. She liked scratching off tickets and eating at Michaels Pizza and Garside's Ice Cream.
Cecile looked forward to her daughter from Greenville's visits and visits with her oldest son whenever she could get over to see him. She also treasured her time with Carlty every Sunday.
Cecile is predeceased by her husband Joseph St. Ours a son James St. Ours, 3 brothers Robert, Ralph and Roland Bolduc, 2 sisters Jean Dutch and Rita Olin.
She is survived by her partner Carlty Fenderson, her twin daughters Stella and son-in-law Rick Der Bogosian, Angela and husband Richard Drown, a son Vincent St. Ours of Saco, a step daughter Dody and husband Ronnie Bedard, 2 brothers Raymond and Donald Bolduc, 3 sisters Irene Daigle, Theresa Major and Lucille Goodreau, several grandchildren and one great grandchild Grizzly as well as several nieces and nephews.