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Marjorie Nadeau

Marjorie B. Nadeau (Bridge)

Monday, June 8th, 1925 - Thursday, June 4th, 2020
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Obituary

Marjorie (Bridge) Nadeau, 94, of Enfield, wife of the late Joseph Nadeau entered into Eternal Rest on Thursday, June 4, 2020, surrounded by her loving family. Marjorie was born June 8, 1925, at home in the Hazardville section of Enfield, the daughter of the late Alexander and Ada (Henry) Bridge. She was a graduate of Enfield High School and was employed for several years at the former Bigelow Sanford Carpet Company. Marjorie was a longtime and faithful member of the Congregational Church of Somersville. She is survived by two daughters, Diana Bouquillon and her husband, Ed of Fairlee, VT and Joanne Fletcher of Monson, MA; four grandchildren, Jennifer Chabott and her husband, Daniel, Kathryn Cavanaugh and her husband, Garrett, Scott Fletcher and his wife, Katherine, and John Fletcher; five beloved great-grandchildren, Daniel and Christopher Chabott, Kaleigh Cavanaugh, Nora and Anna Fletcher. Marjorie was predeceased by a brother, William Henry Bridge and her longtime companion, Edward Wing. Services and burial will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Congregational Church of Somersville, 22 Maple St., Somersville, CT 06072 or to the Saint Bernard Project at https://sbpusa.org/.
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Larry and Jeanie Hall

Posted at 12:14pm
Our warmest condolences, We will always remember Margie with a smile. I truly terrific lady.
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Laura Allen Fiore

Posted at 03:48pm
I knew her through my parents (Mr. & Mrs. E.C.Allen) and found her to be a hoot! RIP Marjorie.
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Ardis Carey

Posted at 08:42pm
Happy birthday today to our dear friend, Marjorie! 🎈 Although she has left us she will never be forgotten! 😇 The fun times we had going to lunches & teas with her are all part of our special memories! We will miss her smile, her humor, and the friendship she shared with so many!
God bless you, Marjorie, and may He keep you in his loving care! 🙏
Ardie & Trooper
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Deb Prior

Posted at 06:30pm
Diane and family, we are so sorry for your loss. I remember your mom when she taught us to candled eggs, fond memories. You will have your memories forever. Love Gary and Deb Prior
 
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Jacqueline (Jackie) Michaud and Frank Newport Posted at 07:13pm

so very sorry for your loss. I attended EHS with her daughter's. I have met Marjorie on and off over the years. She was part of the group I used to call the ladies, Jeanne, Lillian, Lois and a few others from the hazardville area who grew up together and who loved to share stories of the old days and one another. So much fun when they showed up. My brother and I were just talking with each other about how she was as we hadn't seen her for awhile. she will be missed. condolences to the family.
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