Linda Thibodeau Death, Obituary – Linda Marie Thibodeau, who resided in Orange, Massachusetts, passed away on Friday, March 31. She was 65 years old. She was the fourth of four children to be born to Raymond R. and Edith L. (Richardson) Thibodeau and the fourth of their children to be born in Leominster on October 4, 1957. She was also the fourth child to be born to the couple after Raymond R. and Edith L. (Richardson).
She graduated from Leominster High School in 1975, where she was known as “Charlie” during her time there and where she also earned her diploma. One may find her working at the Lamb City Campground in Phillipston during the warmer months. This was also the location where she had worked for a number of years prior to this job. Both she and Russell were able to meet a large number of wonderful people at that site.
She is survived by her fiance, Russell McGregor, with whom she lived, two daughters, Melanie M. Legere of Granby, and Lori L. Legere of Leominster, Russell’s children, Stephanie, and Tim, two sisters, Pamela A. Hubacher and her husband, Ken, and Sharon A. Duquette and her husband, David, three grandchildren, Sebastian and Bianca Wolfe, and Chelsea Hughes, one great-granddaughter, Areya Wolfe, two nephews, Matthew and Andrew Duquette, and a niece, Renae Blomiley.
Before Linda went away, both of her parents and her brother Raymond (Butch) Thibodeau, as well as her ex-husband Ronald Legere and her nephew Todd M. Blomiley, all died. When she was growing up, her family was rather large; she had a number of aunts and uncles and 46 first cousins; however, four of her first cousins had passed away since she was born.