Dian (Tremblay) Duquette

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Dian (Tremblay) Duquette
WINDSOR - Dian (Tremblay) Duquette, 71,of Windsor, passed May 8, 2018, with loved ones by her side. She was born in Waterville to Henry and Ileen (Brooks) Tremblay. She was raised in Windsor, graduating from Erskine Academy in South China. She attended classes at UMA.
Dian left Windsor for several years, only to return to be with the love of her life, Carlton Evans Jr. They were together for more than 30 years. They truly completed each other.
Dian had a generous heart. When her two sisters were young, she always got the "special" Christmas presents; a favorite doll Bannette, a tricycle, an Easy Bake Oven, or a toboggan for the family. Dian loved to cook. Her lasagna was always a big hit at family gatherings. She enjoyed sewing and making outfits when her children were young.
She was content with life, not wanting for material things. Recently, as her health declined, she received excellent care from PPS, Dawn and Savannah Atwood. Dian considered them her friends and appreciated their care and support.
She was predeceased by her parents; and brothers, John and Michael Tremblay. She leaves behind her daughter, Dawnn Hannan and partner, Peter Morse, of Manchester; her son, Dana Duquette, of Delaware; and her love: Carlton Evans Jr., of Windsor.
She also leaves behind her brother, Donald Tremblay, of Saco; her sisters, Debora Loman of Augusta, and Janet Thompson and husband, Rick, of Mount Vernon. In addition, she leaves behind Granddaughter Daysha Hannan, of Winthrop; and many nieces and nephews. Dian would have become the great-grandmother of Justin Hannan in July. There will be a private graveside service at the Rest Haven Cemetery in Windsor.

Published in Central Maine on May 18, 2018