FRAMINGHAM – The children and grandchildren of Lorraine B. (Ouellette) Hoyte, (Lori), are grateful for the peaceful passing of their cherished Mother and Nana on Sunday, June 10, 2018 after a long-term illness at Coleman House of Northborough, where she most recently resided.
Age 66, Lori was a lifelong resident of Framingham (Saxonville), and she graduated from Framingham North High School with the class of 1969.
She was a familiar and friendly face to many, and a “Mom” to many more.
Daughter of Clement R. Ouellette (deceased) and Blanche E. (LaPointe) Ouellette (deceased), she cared for her parents and family with her deepest benevolence and will always be remembered for the hard work she devoted to running their farm stands in town, both at the corner of Salem End and Parker Roads (Sons of Mary), and at legendary Gerard Farms.
Lori’s beauty inside and out, her love for animals and the birds, her affection for all of the children around her, her strength, her creativity, her nurturing spirit and her infectious sense of humor will be carried on forever within the memories held close by her daughter, Michelle (Hoyte) Jarmas and husband, Thomas Jarmas of Hopkinton; her daughter, Joelene Ross of Westborough; her three granddaughters, Mariana McCoy, Logan Jarmas and Lydia Alviene; and her great granddaughter, Kailynn Whitham – as well as within the memories of her surviving brothers and sisters, including her sister at heart, Linda E. McEvoy and several other dear friends and family.
Loving sister survived by – Joyce (Ouellette) Wood, FL; Clement “Sonny” Ouellette, MA; Carol (Ouellette) Giles, MA; Gerry Ouellette, AZ; Theresa (Ouellette) Weld, MA; and Charles Ouellette, NH.
Passing before her, and in loving memory of – her brothers, Leo Ouellette, MA; James Ouellette, MA; Gene Ouellette, MA; and her adored youngest sister who was also one of her very best friends, Marlene (Ouellette) Duclos, FL.
A Memorial Mass in Lorraine’s honor will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 20 at St. Anselm Catholic Church in Sudbury.
Flight of Doves will follow at the Grist Mill grounds of Historic Wayside Inn in Sudbury.