Jeannette (Nadeau) Bolduc

LOWELL, Mass. — Jeannette (Nadeau) Bolduc, 90, entered into eternal peace on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, at The Saab Residence in Lowell, MA.

Jeannette was born on August 17, 1927, in Van Buren, ME, a daughter of the late Henry and Mary (Rossignol) Nadeau. She lived in Maine until she and her husband relocated to Southern California in 1959. Jeannette enjoyed her many years in California where she lived until 2008. In her later years she lived in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, where she made her final home at The Saab Residence in Lowell, MA.

She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 40 years, Raoul Bolduc. Jeannette later married Jose Castaneda and they enjoyed 18 years together. She was also predeceased by ten of her siblings.

She is survived by her sister, Joan Page, of Westfield, ME, and her brother, Leo Nadeau, of South Burlington, VT. She leaves behind her four children, Sandra Bolduc of Levittown, PA, Thelma Phillips (Tom) of Gilford, NH, Daniel Bolduc of Easley, SC, and Debra Rhodes (Kevin) of Littleton, MA. She is also survived by her step-sons, Anthony (Mary) Castaneda and Edward Castaneda and a stepdaughter, Michelle Moran, all of California. She also leaves nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. This coming May, she would have been delighted to become a great-great-grandmother.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, January 13, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Anne Parish, 75 King St., Littleton, MA. Her final resting place will be at Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, CA, next to Raoul, and nearby Jose at a later date.

The family respectfully requests that, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made to The Saab Residence to enhance their memory care activities. Donations can be sent to The Saab Residence, Attn: Candace Carney, 1085 Varnum Ave., Lowell, MA 01854. Please indicate “Pawtucket Lane Activities” in the memo line. To share a memory or offer a condolence visit

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