Evelyn M. Demers
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Evelyn M. Demers
Additionally, she is survived by her siblings Alfred and Myrtle Bellemore of Salem, N.H., Bernice Parent of Salem, N.H., Donald and Carol Bellemore of Groveland, Mass., and Barbara Gaudette of Salem, N.H. She was predeceased by her parents Elphage and Margaret (Krekes) Bellemore of Methuen, Mass.; her siblings Robert Bellemore, Patricia and Joseph Fichera, Kenneth and Lorraine Bellemore, Theresa Kondrat, William Parent, Francis Gaudette and Richard Bellemore.
Evelyn was an accomplished seamstress, having made clothing, upholstery and even a wedding gown for her family and friends. She was an active parishioner at Saint Joseph Church, serving as Eucharistic minister and Catholic educator for many years. During her career she managed the jewelry department at T.J. Maxx in Salem for 20 years. She loved visiting with her daughter and granddaughter in Florida every winter where she would also enjoy the Red Sox Spring Training as well as her grandchildren in Dover every chance she could. Evelyn was a loving, loyal, and friendly neighbor to those in her community and could be seen gardening, mowing the lawn, and socializing with those closest to her. She is remembered fondly by many nieces and nephews as Aunty Evelyn, the hostess to Christmas Eve, open houses, and pool parties throughout the summers.
A wake will take place on Friday, January 11, from 4 to 7 p.m., at Goundrey & Dewhirst Funeral Home, 42 Main St., Salem, NH 03079. A funeral Mass will be held at St. Joseph's Parish, 40 Main Street, Salem, N.H., on Saturday, January 12, at 10 a.m., followed by Catholic burial. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations in her name to the Alzheimer’s Association. To view Evelyn's tribute page, please visit www.goundreydewhirstfuneral.com.
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