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Joanne Grandchamp WEST RUTLAND — Joanne Grandchamp, 60, died Sept. 10, 2020, at RRMC. She was born in Providence, Rhode Island, on Nov. 26, 1959, the daughter of Roland and Gloria (Mattera) Paquette. Joanne was a 1977 graduate of Cranston High School in Cranston, Rhode Island. She also attended the Community College of Vermont. She married David Grandchamp in 1987 in West Warwick, Rhode Island. Most recently, Joanne was a self-employed caregiver and worked at Dunkin Donuts in Center Rutland. She enjoyed gardening, vacationing by the ocean and spending time with her grandson. Surviving are her mother, Gloria Paquette of West Rutland; her husband, David Grandchamp of West Rutland; two sons, Nick Grandchamp and wife Sarah of Rutland and Sam Grandchamp and his son, Logan, both of West Rutland; a brother, Roland Paquette of Southaven, Mississippi; a sister, Carol Paquette of Pawtucket, Rhode Island. She was predeceased by her father in 1989 and a sister, Penny Paquette. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Joanne Grandchamp Cancer Fund on GoFundMe.com. Arrangements are by the Clifford Funeral Home.

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David, Nick and Sam. I am sorry for your loss. JoJo was someone special to me and my family. I always knew first as family but she was also my friend. She was a fighter and had a lot of heart. I will always remember her and the fun times we all had. God bless you all.

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So very sorry for your loss ,Joann was such a great person when ever you would see her she always had a smile My thoughts and prayers go out to the family

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David, Nick, and Sam. I am so sorry for your loss. JOANNE was a beautiful person and she loved you all so much. I used to see her when she worked in Fair Haven and so did I. She was always smiling and always wondering how Robert was doing with his health. She cared for everyone. She definitely will be missed by all. She was a great loving and caring woman. I know I will miss her dearly she was a wonderful friend. I still can't believe she is gone.

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