DEBORAH A LIZOTTE
3/25/1966 - 4/27/2022
Although taken too soon, at the age of 56, on Wednesday, April 27th, surrounded by her entire family, Debbie would want us to remember her infectious smile and the love she had for her family. Sung so perfectly, Little Big Town’s Pontoon will forever be the song she, and her family, use to express the joy she had for her “new” life at the lake with her beloved husband, Brian, watching sunsets every night from her favorite seat on the pontoon.
She is now reunited with her Father, Leon E. Boucher of Leominster who predeceased her. She will be forever missed by those she leaves behind. She was survived by her husband of 34 years, Brian R. Lizotte of Webster, formally of Leominster. She also leaves her mother, Patricia Boucher Schofield and step-father Wayne Schofield (Pop), as well as her mother and Father In-Law, Linda and Robert Lizotte all of Leominster. She will forever be missed by the people she was most proud of, her children and grandchildren. Her daughter, Jennifer K. Hume and her husband Richard, along with their four children, Michael (6), Alyvia (4), Harper (1.5) and Charleigh (1mo), who she adored, of Leominster and her son, Adam M. Lizotte and his wife Jetta of Jaffery. Debbie is also survived by her sister, Wendy Keane and husband Brendan of Millis, her brother, Robert Boucher and wife Catia of Athol and many nieces, nephews, in-laws, aunts, uncles, cousins, step siblings and beloved friends.
With many close friends Debbie Graduated Leominster High School class of 1984. With her Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies from Mount Ida College, she worked as a paralegal for several attorneys in town, as well as a mortgage processor for several banks, most recently Main Street Bank, where she had many beloved co-workers who became friends. While her children were growing up, she enjoyed being a part of their sports and other extracurricular activities. Debbie was the proudest boy scout, hockey, soccer, dance, marching band and cheerleading mom. She also loved volunteering for the Relay For Life and Pop Warner with co-workers and friends.
Even with everything Debbie did throughout her life, her greatest accomplishment and most favorite title was Mimi, her grandchildren were her world. May she rest peacefully knowing that her family and friends will continue her legacy and only remember her as the happy, smiling woman she always was.
The family would like to express their deepest thanks for the wonderful help and care to the staff at Accord Adult Day Health, Life Care Center of Auburn and the Hospice nurses and doctors who helped them throughout Deborah’s three-year journey with Frontotemporal Lobe Dementia.
Calling hours will be at Richardson Funeral Home, 106 West St. Leominster on Wednesday, May 4, 2022from 4-7pm. Her funeral will be held at Holy Family of Nazareth Church, 750 Union St, Leominster at 11am on Thursday, May 5, 2022, followed by a burial service at Evergreen Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends may make memorial contributions to Accord Adult Day Health, 10 Cudworth Rd. Webster, MA. 01570. www.richardsonfuneralhome.net
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