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Frances Fay (Miller) Charette

Frances Fay Charette

It is with great sadness the family of Frances Fay (Miller) Charette announces her passing on January 12, 2021 in The Villages, FL surrounded by her husband and children. She was born June 21, 1949, daughter of the late Francis and Margaret (Stiles) Miller. She was 71 years old.

Fay married the love of her life, Dennis, in 1971and returned home with him to Leominster where they lived most of her life. Fay was always involved with her family from volunteering with PTO, chaperoning school trips, attending games, coaching girls softball and keeping book for the softball team her husband played on. She enjoyed bingo and playing the slots, family trips to Disney and backyard cookouts. She loved spending time with her husband and their friends for weekend trips, vacations and dinners out. She loved taking her grandchildren to Chuck E. Cheese. She was a friend to everyone, easy to talk to and fun to be around. She was kind and thoughtful, compassionate and quick to give a hug. She always looked out for those less fortunate. She loved all of her grandchildren very much and was proud of them.

Fay will be forever missed by her husband of 50 years, Dennis, her daughter Cheri and Steven Law, son Christopher S. Charette, daughter-in-law Leanne (Fontaine)  Charette, and daughter Lori and Kevin Aubuchon.  She was predeceased by her son Matthew in 2010. She will always be remembered by her 12 grandchildren; Drew, Brett, Shane and Ryan Law; Christopher M Charette; Alex, Annalisa and Lauren Charette; and Mylori, Madyson, Marcus and Maverick Aubuchon. She leaves behind her brother-in-law and his wife, many nieces and nephews, and her beloved dog, Reggie. She was predeceased by her sisters, Margaret Sudnick and Sally Thibodeau.

Fay wished to be cremated with no memorial service. The family asks that small acts of kindness are done in her memory.

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