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Sister Mina Goulet, SSCh

Marlborough – Sister Mina Goulet, SSCh., ( Sr. Elise-Marie),died Monday, Nov. 26, 2012 at Marie Esther Healthcare Center in Marlborough.

Born in Athol, she was the daughter of the late Ludger and Delia (Mathieu) Goulet and the sister of the late Angelina Goulet and Rose Easson.

A member of the Sisters of St. Chretienne for over 75 years, Sister Mina’s life experiences enabled her to provide those in her care with kindness and support. Whether Sister was acting as a housemother in Salem or Metz, France, or caring for those in the hospital in Epernay, France, she did so with compassion and commitment. She was always willing to share her abilities wherever she was needed, often acting as sacristan, hairdresser or seamstress, as well as assisting with the former Our Lady pre-school in Marlborough.

Sister Mina loved to read and share her life with the members of her community and her nieces, Margaret Poirier and Rosalie Marcoux, both of Amesbury, and Nancy Stanwood of Newburyport, and her nephew, William Easson of Wellington, Ontario, Canada, and their families.

Her funeral Mass will be held Thursday, Nov. 29, at 10 a.m., at St. Chretienne Retirement Residence, 197 Pleasant St., Marlborough, with burial at St. Mary’s cemetery in Marlborough.

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