Yvonne Letendre McKinnon

  • Born: January 1, 1929
  • Died: April 8, 2017
  • Location: Lowell, Massachusetts

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LOWELL – Yvonne (Letendre) McKinnon, 88, a longtime resident of Lowell
died Saturday, April 8, 2017 at D'Youville Senior Care in Lowell. She was the beloved wife of the late Alfred R. McKinnon, who died in 1995.

She was born in Lowell on January 1, 1929, and was daughter of the late Pierre and Hedwidge (Lanseigne) Letendre. She received her education in Lowell schools.

At a young age Yvonne worked for many years as a battery hand at Newmarket Mills in
Lowell. After she and Alfred began their family, she spent her days tending to their needs and the needs of their home.

She was a communicant of St. Rita's Church in Lowell and a former communicant of the former St. Jean Baptiste Church in Lowell.

Yvonne's greatest joy in life came from spending time in the company of her loving family.

She is survived by her two sons, Felix P. McKinnon and his wife Susan L. of Londonderry N.H. and Albert G. McKinnon and his wife Paula S. of Methuen; two grandchildren, Joshua P. McKinnon and his wife Katherine and Amanda K. McKinnon, all of Methuen. She is also survived by her step-granddaughter Debra Borelli of Derry, NH, two brothers, Gerard Letendre of Lowell and Armand Letendre and his wife Jeannette of Nashua, N.H. a sister Irene Carbonneau of Lowell; and many nieces and nephews. She was also the sister of the late Wilfred Letendre and Exilia Bastein.


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Aunt Yvonne was a sweet and gentle woman. I will remember her for her love of her family, friends and animals. She was a kind soul with a heart of gold. You will be missed. Denise

Posted by Denise Romano - Hudson, NH   April 15, 2017

My mother-in-law, Yvonne, was a sweet, kind, compassionate woman who never spoke badly of anyone. She was very religious and would always pray for myself or any member of my family whether it be for sickness, to watch over us while traveling or just to protect us. It meant the world to me that she would do that for us. RIP Mom. I will miss you. Love, Sue

Posted by Sue McKinnon - Londonderry, NH - Family   April 15, 2017

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To all the family my condolences on your lose

Posted by Nocha Levasseur - Lakeland, FL   April 14, 2017

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To the family. Sorry for your loss. RIP.

Posted by Diane & Bob Giroux - Dracut, MA   April 13, 2017

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Posted by Kevin and Nancy Metcalf - Methuen, MA - Family Friend   April 11, 2017

Ma Tante Yvonne was one of the kindest, most gentle people I've ever known. She wore her heart on her sleeve, and looked for the good in everyone. I will always remember her smile and her laugh. I'm thankful to have known her and I will miss her. - Dave

Posted by Dave Letendre - Newton, MA - Family   April 11, 2017


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