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Louise Jalbert Mangual
Louise Jalbert Mangual, formally known as Louise Jalbert Smith of Eustis, FL passed away on April 10, 2019, at the age of 59. Louise was born on July 23, 1959 in West Stewartstown, NH to Maurice and Lucienne Jalbert. She attended St. Albert’s School and Canaan Memorial High School. Louise received her first pin in 1985 as a Licensed Practical Nurse and began her long career of caring for others. She continued her education at Lake Sumter Community College graduating in 1994 as a kind and loving Registered Nurse.
Louise leaves behind her devoted husband Jose Mangual of Eustis Florida. Her parents Maurice and Lucienne Jalbert of Florida, sister Suzanne Jalbert and husband Thomas Wilson of New Hampshire, brother Paul Jalbert and wife Cynthia of Massachusetts. Louise is also survived by many nephews, nieces, aunts, and cousins and leaves behind her beloved dog Sandy.
Louise worked for over 30 years as a nurse tending to the needs of others. The qualities in her that were always constant were her exceptional clinical skills and her compassionate heart. She was a loving home health nurse for over twenty years; she cherished the one on one contact that allowed her to connect with her patients. She respected and loved her patients and they in turn could sense her sincere caring nature for them. The nursing profession has lost a very special RN and her many coworkers have lost a dear friend.
Louise was quick to smile and laugh showing kindness and encouraging others. Her annual fishing trips to Beecher Falls with her dad and special time in the garden with her mother was the highlight of each year. It was always Louise’s desire to care for her parents as they aged. We are so grateful that Maurice and Lucienne were able to spend the past two years with Louise and Jose in their home.
Jose not sure what you want for arrangements in Florida but we thought we would add. , and will be followed by a celebration of life in the Boston area. Donations in Louise’s memory can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (stjude.org) or Cornerstone Hospice & Palliative Care Foundation (donate.cshospice.org).