January 19, 1958 - September 6, 2021
Limington, Maryellen Labrecque of Limington, Me, passed away on September 6, at Androscoggin House in Auburn with her devoted husband by her side, after fiercely struggling from a stem cell transplant at M.B.W.H. for 6 weeks. Maryellen was born on January 19, 1958 in Portland, Me. She was the daughter of Roland and Theresa (McLoy) Baillargeon. Maryellen graduated from Westbrook high school in 1976, where she excelled in basketball and track. After school she played in a woman’s softball league (champions 4 yrs in a row) and also was an above average 10 pin bowler. She worked briefly for commercial welding driving a big rack truck than a collection agency before settling into a career at the post office that spanned 36 years. She was sophisticated but raw, classy but had her own style, always dressed nice, always said what she thought, loyal, and the most unselfish person you’d ever met. She always made you laugh with either her quick wit, one liners, or rubber face as she was sometimes called by her husband. Her laugh was from her heart and enjoyed being around her friends immensely, either at home or camp (that she worked on and loved), or work. She owned and rode her own, several Harley Davidsons very well, over many decades. She loved to throw a double bit axe even competing in Woodsman day at Fryeburg one year. Quite a woman. She loved boating and water (in a lake). She was an avid reader and crossword puzzler (the hard ones). If you happened to be fortunate enough to know her, you were blessed. She was so much more than an acquaintance, she was a lifelong friend, and she had many. Maryellen is much loved by her husband of 20 years Steve whom they shared everything together. She is survived by her husband Steve of Limington, brother Michael and Andrea Leidmann of Falmouth Me, sister Karen and husband Donald Queen of Richland Wa, sister Sally Baillargeon of O.O.B Me, sister in law Michelle Chute of Elliot Me, mother in law Carlene Thompson of St. Pete Fla, and 10 nieces and nephews. Thank you to the nurses, palliative and care coordinators at M.B.W.H., Social navigator extraordinaire Derek Lynch and the staff at Androscoggin House, along with the Dolby, Blais & Segee Funeral Home. A celebration of life will be held next spring at a location to be determined. “You are the single most best thing that ever happened to me in my lifetime. Everything nice we have is because of you. You made me a better man and I thank you my dearest Boo Boo. I am so proud of you. I will always love you my wife. May you finally be at peace.” In lieu of flowers and gifts, participation, pictures, and help will be greatly appreciated and needed at celebration of life in the spring.
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