Pauline Thibodeau

Pauline L "Polly" Thibodeau

Wednesday, June 6th, 1934 - Saturday, June 20th, 2020
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Mattawamkeag – Pauline L. “Polly” Thibodeau, 86, passed away Saturday, June 20, 2020 at a hospital in Bangor. She was born June 6, 1934 in Lincoln, the daughter of Thomas and Madge (Worster) Hunter.

Polly grew up on a farm in Macwahoc, and spoke often of her experiences there. She was a graduate of Mattawamkeag High School. She married Merton “Bud” Thibodeau in 1953, and they remained together until his passing in 2003, having celebrated their 50th anniversary. Polly was very proud of having lived in the same house in Mattawamkeag for more than 63 years, where she raised her family. Polly loved people, and made many great memories and developed several friendships through her years of working as a waitress at The Rose Bowl in Lincoln and later at Crossroads Restaurant in Mattawamkeag. In later years, Polly enjoyed going on several bus tours with her friends, travelling to many spots around the country.

She is survived by two sisters in law, Juanita Hunter, and Loretta Manzo and her husband, Dick; a son in law, Craig Chamberlain; very special caretakers, Caroline and Charles LeRoux; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. In addition to her husband, Polly was predeceased by three daughters, Karla Chamberlain, Marla Thibodeau, and Shari Thibodeau; a brother, Milton Hunter, and a sister in law, Beverly Hanneman.

Graveside services will be held later in the summer. Gifts in memory of Polly may be sent to the Shriners Hospitals for Children, 2900 Rocky Point Dr. Tampa, FL 33607. Arrangements are by Lamson Funeral Home, Clay Chapel, Lincoln Messages of condolence may be expressed at
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Janis Lancaster

Posted at 02:22pm
I will always remember you and the fun times we had together. Working at the Rosebowl together and our many trips to Bangor for the day. Also hunting for partridge on "Madge"s road because it was a dead end road and we couldn't get lost. All the Christmas eves our families spent together with Karla playing the piano, entertaining everyone with all her antics. The list goes on and on. Being a cousin and living across the street from you all those years was truly a blessing and all the joy and laughter will never be forgotten.

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