Jeannie Smith Lemieux, 93
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Jeannie Smith (Morrison) Lemieux, 93, of Williamstown and Pownal, Vt died Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021, at Clover Health Care in Auburn, Maine. Jeannie was born in North Adams, MA, July 23, 1928, a daughter of the late James S. Morrison and Mary G. (Reid) Morrison.
Jeannie attended local schools and graduated from Williamstown High School. She was employed at the former Williamstown National Bank on Spring Street and later for the Town of Williamstown as a clerk in the accounting department.
She met the love of her life Raymond Lemieux at his family business and were married Sept. 3, 1956. Jeannie loved children and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren. In her later years she volunteered at the Little Red School House in South Williamstown. Jeannie also loved fresh cut flowers and some say she may of been involved in the theft or two of daffodil's from Pine Cobble. She was young at heart and just last winter went for a snowmobile ride with her son Neil in Vermont.
Jeannie leaves one daughter and three sons, Autumn and husband Donato Mastroianni, of Cheshire, Neil and wife, Kimberly Lemieux, of Chester, N.H, Bruce and wife, Michelle Lemieux, of Pownal, Vt.; David and wife Jacqueline Lemieux, of Norway, Maine; nine grandchildren, Jennifer, Devon, Amy, Zach, Richie, Lauren, David, Jessica and Lance, and god child Shaina. She also leaves nine great grandchildren, Maya, Bromley, Reid, Dean, Quinn, Anthony, Joseph, Briar and Sophie along with many nieces and nephews. Jeannie was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Raymond Lemieux on July 5, 2008, and four brothers James, Leonard, Robert and Gordon Morrison and most recently her sister, Alice Bratcher, who she lived with for several years. Jeannie also leaves close friend Sharon Manning, who both enjoyed tea together and spending time in Sharon's beautiful flower gardens.
Private graveside services for Jeannie Lemieux will take place next spring at the Eastlawn Cemetery in Williamstown with a celebration of her life.