Dianne G. (Arsenault) Gallant

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DIANNE G. (ARSENAULT) GALLANT
1942 - 2018
MADISON - Dianne G. Gallant, 76, of Madison, passed away on Monday, June 25, 2018, surrounded by her children.
She was born in Skowhegan on March 12, 1942, the daughter of Edgar and Regina (Martin) Arsenault.
Known by family and friends as "Lady Di", she was an amazing mother, grandmother, sister, and friend.
Dianne lived for her family, especially her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed being a homemaker, working in her flower garden, bird watching, taking her evening ride with the family dog and her morning coffee at the restaurant with friends. Her greatest joy however came from helping and caring for animals.
Dianne was predeceased by her parents, Edgar and Regina Arsenault; and niece, Tracy Alley. Survivors include her son, Michael Gallant and fiancé, Marsha Cowett; daughters, Tammy Tranten and husband, Ralph; Stacie Gallant and fiancé, Michael Bonenfant; four grandchildren, Megan and Jordan Tranten, Brooke and Mitchell Bonenfant; a sister, Gloria Alley and husband, Tom; and two nephews, Rick and Jim Alley.
A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m., July 14, 2018 at St. Sebastian Cemetery, Father Rasle Road, Madison. A gathering of family and friends will follow at the SRS building, catered by the Daughters of Isabella. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Giberson Funeral Home, Madison.

In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made in Dianne's name
to an animal shelter or
rescue of choice.




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Giberson Funeral Home
40 Maple Street
Madison, ME 04950
207-696-8081
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Published in Central Maine on July 6, 2018