Jeannine P. (Chaput) (Morency) Morrin, 70, of Port Orange, Florida originally from Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, died peacefully surrounded by her loving family by side on, Sunday February 23, 2020 after a brief battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis.
Jeannine moved from Dracut Ma, to Port Orange, Florida in 2001. She settled in and continued her education and became a Certified Nursing Assistant for Hospice. Prior to moving she worked as a stitcher at Hoffman’s, she also worked in the NICU, she was a waitress and had her Cosmetology License and Instructors license where she worked for Lowell Academy of Hairstyling in Lowell, Ma for many years. Jeannine was a very special woman who touched the hearts of all she had encountered. Her radiant smile, her bubbling personality, her laugh was contagious her compassion for the love of others are what made her who she was, a loving wife, mother, sister and Aunt. She enjoyed her time with her family and friends.
Jeannine was born on March 7th, 1949 and is predeceased in death by her parents, Mathilda (Raymond) Chaput and Herve G. Chaput and her son, James W. Morency.
Jeannine is survived by her husband Kevin L. Morrin of Port Orange, Florida; her son, Robert V. Morency and his wife Sandra of Tyngsboro, Massachusetts; her daughter Debra J. (Morency) Melendez and her husband Gustavo of Port Orange; her sister, Doris C. Bergeron of Tyngsboro, Massachusetts; 4 grandchildren, Anthony R. Melendez of Port Orange, Timothy J. Melendez of Port Orange, Florida, Zachary I Melendez and his fiancé, Marissa Robertson of Port Orange, Florida, and Nicole P. Morency, of Salem ,New Hampshire; along with 2 great-grandchildren, James Robert Morency and Chase Jaxson D’Arezzo of Salem, New Hampshire. Many Nieces and Nephews
A Memorial Service in her honor will be held at a later date.