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Helen Mae (Pelletier) Levesque
May 15, 1961 ~ December 3, 2023 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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Helen Levesque, 62, of New Britain, CT, departed this life on December 3, 2023. She was the inseparable wife to the late Raymond Levesque, and daughter of the late Anita (Hebert) and Lawrence Pelletier.
Born in Connecticut, Helen's journey led her through numerous moves before settling in Fort Kent, ME, where she and her late husband, Raymond Levesque, lovingly raised their family. Later, they relocated to Plainville/Bristol, CT, continuing their legacy of devoted parenthood and embracing the joys of grandchildren and, most recently, a great-granddaughter.
Helen and Raymond shared a once-in-a-lifetime love, an inseparable bond that showed they were truly two peas in a pod together. Married in April 1988 at Eagle Lake, Maine, with their three boys by their side, their union was a testament to the enduring power of soulmates.
Dedicating many years to nurturing the young minds at Creative Kids Early Learning Center in Berlin, Helen's career as an infant room teacher reflected her passion for working with children, particularly babies. But it was her devotion to family that was unparalleled. Helen poured her heart and soul into ensuring her boys had everything they needed, from homemade dinners every night to unwavering support at sports events and school activities. Her children were her pride and joy - her proudest accomplishment in life.
In more recent years, Helen embraced the joys of baking, crafting, and creating heartfelt gifts for her loved ones. As a doting grandmother to five grandchildren and a great-granddaughter, she radiated a love that was both special and profound. Each grandchild held a unique place in her heart, and the special connections she forged with them were nothing short of amazing.
Helen's infectious smile, filled with love, brightened the darkest days. An overall amazing woman, she loved with everything she had, possessing a heart of gold with a dash of "mada." Her laughter, warmth, and the genuine care she bestowed upon others created a legacy that will forever be cherished by those fortunate enough to have known her. In celebrating Helen's life, let us remember the joy she brought to our hearts and the love that will endure through the countless lives she touched.
Helen is predeceased by her soulmate, Raymond Levesque; brothers, Nelson Thibeault, Larry Pelletier, and Robert Pelletier; and sister, Natalie Berthiaume.
She is survived by her loving sons, Jason Levesque (and wife, Shannon), Justin Levesque and Josh Levesque (and fiancé, Kelly); sisters, Debra Levesque, Nannette Baker, Doris Labroad, Jeannette Lapage, and Evette Vail; brothers, Garry, Terry, and Claude Pelletier; grandchildren, Dylan Levesque (wife, Hannah), Grace Levesque, Chaise Levesque, Teddy Levesque, and Colton Levesque; great-granddaughter, Wren Scarlett Levesque; as well as many in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
A Memorial Mass to honor Helen’s life will be held at 10:30am on Wednesday, December 13, 2023 at St. Gregory the Great Parish, located at 235 Maltby St. in Bristol. In lieu of flowers, the family welcomes donations to the Helen Levesque Memorial Fund as an expression of sympathy. In memory of Helen and her ability to provide for her family, even through rough times, donations will be used to ensure any family needs are taken care of in the near future. Contributions can be made at any Liberty Bank or will be accepted by Helen’s daughters-in-law, Kelly or Shannon. Bailey Funeral Home of Plainville is honored to have been entrusted with Helen’s final care and arrangements.