Jean B. Boudreau

Jean B. Boudreau, 94, of Plymouth, passed away on Saturday, May 25, at her home in Plymouth. She was the wife of the late Alfred D. “Dwight” Boudreau, and partner of the late Thom Miller. She was the loving mother of Michelle Haskins of Plymouth; grandmother of Sarah Haskins of Plymouth, and Seth Haskins and his partner, Kaitlyn Ferrarra, of Randolph; great grandmother of Kyla and Bella; and sister of the late Bob Cash. Jean is also survived by her son-in-law, Kenneth Haskins of Berkley.

She was born in Plymouth on July 18, 1929, daughter of the late John and Elva (McLaughlin) Cash. Jean grew up in Kingston and was a graduate of the Kingston school system. She met her husband Dwight and was married on April 23, 1949. Jean and Dwight made their home in Plymouth Massachusetts until Dwight’s passing in 1986. Jean started her working career with the Registry of Deeds, later switching to waitressing. She began at Bert’s restaurant and later at Ernie’s for more than 20 years. Many years following the passing of Dwight, Jean met her partner, Thom, and the two made their home in Alabama. Following the passing of Thom, she moved back to Plymouth in 2016 to be with her loving daughter. Jean enjoyed life and always had a smile on her face. She was a very social and gregarious person that will be missed by her friends and family.

A celebration of life will be held on July 14, with the time and place to be determined. Donations in Jean’s memory may be made to the American Cancer Society or Cranberry Area Hospice. For more information and to sign the online guestbook please go here.

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