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Paulette Brodeur Hubbard
  • December 02, 1944
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  • October 09, 2021

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Paulette Brodeur Hubbard, 76
Born in Woonsocket, RI
Died October 9, 2021 at Halifax Health-Hospice Care Center
Port Orange, FL

Paulette was born on December 2, 1944 to the late Robert A. and Pauline Genereux Brodeur. She grew up in Woonsocket and North Smithfield, RI and attended St. Clare High School class of 1962. During her formative years, she was surrounded by a loving family, including her sister, three brothers, and many cousins and friends.
Paulette started her working career at the Woonsocket Institution for Savings and after her move to Texas, built a distinguished 32 year career with Republic Title of Texas becoming Senior Vice-President. While living in Dallas, she also became an entrepreneur and jill of all trades by buying, restoring, renovating and reselling houses.
After leaving RI, Paulette moved to Dallas, TX where she resided until her retirement in Jan. 2010. She then moved back to RI to be closer to family where she spent time in both Narragansett and Wakefield. For the last four years of her life Paulette resided in New Smyrna Beach, Florida making amazing new friends, spending quality time with family and spoiling her beloved dog, Ginger. Regardless of where she lived, Paulette also loved to travel and visit places such as London, Belize and Costa Rica.
Paulette showed valiant strength throughout her fight against uterine cancer over the last two years. On October 9th, 2021, she lost her battle, having been closely supported and cared for in her final days by her loving brother Bob and sister-in-law Pauline.
Paulette is survived by her siblings and their spouses Edmond R. Brodeur and his wife Elaine, Robert J. Brodeur and his wife Pauline, Richard P. Brodeur and his wife Marcia, and Ann Elizabeth (Brodeur) Carlton and her husband Richard. She leaves behind 6 nieces, 2 nephews, 3 great nieces, 4 great nephews, and many cousins and friends, all of whom will remember her immense generosity, deep love, and spot-on advice. Her family will be forever grateful for the time they were able to spend with Paulette, the many vacations, family gatherings, and chats over a glass of red wine, her favorite.
Paulette, may God hold you tightly in his arms and may you rest in the sweetest of peace.
We love you Auntie Paulie.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in memory of Paulette to:
American Cancer Society by going to https://www.cancer.org/ and clicking “Give in Honor and Memory” or by calling 1-800-227-2345.

There are no calling hours and her memorial service will be private.


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  7. Sherri Pulliam says:
    19 Oct 2021
    Paulette was the most amazing and remarkable woman and friend. She worked with my husband, Paul, for over 30 years in the Title business in Dallas, and he always considered her to be the Best! She was like part of our family and every Christmas Eve Day, she would deliver her famous homemade and wonderfully delicious Sour Cream Coffee Cake for us to eat on Christmas morning! It was a tradition that we all cherished. We shared many fun times through the years and a particularly memorable one was when we went to see Andrea Bocelli in concert...we were both swooning.
    There is a huge hole in all of our hearts with Paulette's passing, but how blessed we all are to know that death only separates us temporarily. That is the hope in all of this...the separation is only for a while. For me that is one of God's greatest promises that brings such comfort.
    My heart and prayers go out to each of Paulette's treasured family members. She loved each of you so very much and you brought her so much joy and pride. May she rest in peace, rise in Glory and may her memory be eternal.

  8. Linda Haapala says:
    18 Oct 2021
    Our heartfelt condolences to Paulette’s family. She was a kind, caring lady who would do anything for her family and friends. She was so proud of her siblings and their spouse. She spoke so highly of her nieces and told her friends of their accomplishments and kindness. Paulette was very proud of the poem that was written in tribute to her and shared it with us. You will be missed our dear neighbor. Rest In Peace.

  9. Linda Haapala says:
    18 Oct 2021
    Our heart felt condolences to Paulette’s family and friends. She was a kind, caring lady who would do anything for her family and friends. Paulette was so very proud of her siblings, and their spouse. She loved her nieces and their families so very much and frequently told her neighbors about their accomplishments. She was so proud of the poem that was written in tribute to her and shared it with her friends. We’ll miss our dear neighbor so very much.

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