Helen A. OuelletteOctober 07,2012Helen A. Ouellette Rites
ORWELL — A Mass of Christian Burial for Helen Ann Ouellette, 76, who died Sept. 29, 2012, was celebrated Saturday, Oct. 6, at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Orwell.
The Rev. Henry Furman, pastor, was the celebrant.
Simone Kent was the organist and Burt Smith was soloist.
Eulogies were delivered by Shelley Wilcox and Carol Rule.
Special music was provided by grandson Brandon Ouellette.
A private graveside committal service and burial followed in Mountain View Cemetery.
Pallbearers included Jeffrey Many, Shawn Ouellette, Patrick Desforges, Daniel Desforges, Rick Ouellette and Dean Ouellette.
Following the committal service the family received friends at Middlebury V.F.W. Post #7823.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Miller & Ketcham Funeral Home in Brandon.
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