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Nancy Carlstrom

Nancy Carlstrom

Thursday, September 11th, 1947 - Sunday, July 14th, 2019
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Nancy “Big Gram” Carlstrom went to be with her Lord and Savior on July 14, 2019. Nancy was born September 11, 1947, the daughter of Everard “Frenchy” and Olive (McLaughlin) LaPlante. Nancy was a devoted and loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She was hardworking in her career. She spent over 20 years at Dead River Company, working her way up to office manager. Nancy dedicated her life to her family and the Lord. She was a pinnacle member of the Millinocket Church of the Nazarene where she served in many roles including: Sunday school teacher, Steward, Bible quizzing teacher, and prayer partner.

Nancy is survived by her husband of 49 years, Robert “T.I.” Carlstrom; two daughters, Tammy McLaughlin and husband John, Tia Daigle and husband Rodney; three grandchildren Brandon and Tanner McLaughlin, and Kayla Daigle. She is also survived by four siblings: Jean Paquin and husband, Robert, of Millinocket; Patricia Belanger and late husband James of East Millinocket; Carol McClure and husband, Russell, of Sun City, Arizona; and Gary LaPlante and wife, Linda, of Kent, Washington; along with many in-laws, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by both her parents. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Friends are invited to visit with family 10:00am-12:00pm Thursday, July 18 at Millinocket Church of the Nazarene, 134 Forest Ave, Millinocket. A celebration of life will follow at 1:00pm. In lieu of flowers, gifts in Nancy’s memory may be sent to the Millinocket Church of the Nazarene.

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Gaile Nicholson

Posted at 01:32pm
TI and family, My deepest heartfelt sympathies for your loss. You and Nancy shared a lifetime of memories together. She was always a person with such a positive outlook who brightened your day whenever our paths crossed. Nancy was a Stearns classmate (1965) and lifelong friend. She earned my utmost respect when she organized all the fine details of our class reunion 2015, never missing a beat and always with a big grin. Everything went like clockwork! ( Just exactly as she intended.) Nancy thought the world of her husband and family. She is really going to be missed by so many. Count your blessings you shared so many happy times together. My sincerest condolences. Rest in eternal peace, Nancy, after a life well lived...
JR

Judy Robinson

Posted at 09:26pm
It was with great sadness and shock that I learned of the passing of my Classmate and friend, Nancy.
We were friends since we were classmates at Stearns High School, graduating class of 1965. Whenever there was a class function, Nancy was there and she never failed to said "Hi" when we met on the street or at the grocery store. Nancy was a wonderful person and will be sadly missed by her family and all that knew her. Rest if Peace, friend.
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