In Memory

Charlene Edwards (DeMoura)



 
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12/04/20 06:46 PM #1    

Raymond Ferreira

Dec 4, 2020 -  Rest in Peace Charlene

NEW BEDFORD - Charlene Ann (Edwards) Duguay, 73, of New Bedford passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday December 2, 2020. She was the wife of Frederick L. Duguay, Jr.

Born in New Bedford, the daughter of the late Alexander and Ruth (Stubblefield) Prejsnar, she lived in New Bedford all of her life.
Charlene was formerly employed as a bookkeeper for Nationwide Travel Bus Terminal until her retirement.
She had been a long-term cancer survivor for the past 30 years.
She is survived by her husband, Fred; her daughter Lisa Medeiros and her husband Tim; her grandchildren, Rachel, Sara, and Faith; and her sister, Christine DeBarros.
She was the sister of the late Barry Edwards and Michael Edwards.
Due to current gathering restrictions, a Memorial Mass will be held at a later date at Holy Name of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Accent Care Hospice, 275 Martine St., Suite 109, Fall River, MA 02723. Arrangements are by the Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495 Park St., New Bedford. For online condolence book, please visit www.saundersdwyer.com.

12/04/20 11:53 PM #2    

Rita Ann Rosa

I remember Charlene Edwards from Roosevelt Jr High School.  Good memories during those years in Jr High.  May her soul rest in peace.  Until we all meet again.  God Bless.


12/05/20 09:25 AM #3    

James Casey

Charlene was a wonderful lady that I continued to know and have contact with for many years after our 1965 Graduation. One very courageous and wonderful lady. She married a life-long friend of mine, Fred Duguay, and I would see them out and about in and around NB frequently. I had the pleasure of meeting them in Florida on more than one occasion when they packed up and moved to Long Boat Key managing a wonderful old property (cabins) on the beach there. It was a rare turtle nesting ground. Those turtles had "the" life with Charlene as their caretaker. Happy days indeed they were. Despite her 30 year battle with cancer, Charlene always was upbeat and committed to a full and happy life. God Bless her. Her laugh and positivity will always remain in my heart and memories. RIP, dear friend...you will be missed by many of your lifelong friends. Yes, Rest in Peace, dear Lady. You have earned a place among the angels.  ☺ ♥


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