Jane Elizabeth Dore ... longtime employee at Davidson

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FARMINGTON - Jane Elizabeth Dore (Boisvert), 77, passed away peacefully at home, after a courageous battle with cancer. She bravely fought an uneven battle with a smile on her face and entered Heaven's Gates on Saturday, September 16, 2017, surrounded by her loved ones.
Jane's life started on the chilly morning of January 19, 1940. She was one of five children born to the late Melvin Tibbetts and Hazel Brown. She enjoyed being on the farm and growing up with her siblings. She spoke quite often of memories that they had shared together. She held a special relationship with each and every one of her siblings that she carried with her throughout her entire life.
Jane worked for close to 40 years as an inspector (along with many other hard earned titles) at Davidson Rubber in Farmington N.H. When she was not at work she was caring for her seven beautiful children. She was a devoted mother and took pride in everything she did. She loved to pillow Stitch, collect pictures, and spend every moment with her family and friends. She had a passion for money puzzle scratch tickets and even hit the jackpot a few times on them! Jane was the kind of person who would put her life and responsibilities on hold for her friends and family, no questions asked, and no matter how big or small whatever was needed. She really was one of a kind and is simply irreplaceable. Jane enjoyed listening to her favorite radio station WOKQ 97.5, and loved to sing along. She was a very easy going person and found joy in just about every activity that came her way, especially trying to solve Law & Order episodes before the midpoint!
Jane was predeceased by her son, Donald Boisvert, as well as all of her siblings; Larry, George, Pauline, and Bernice. She was also predeceased by many nieces and nephews.
Jane is survived by her children; Darlene Washburn, Vernon Boisvert, Corinne Boisvert, James Boisvert, Paul Boisvert, and Judith Dubois, all of Rochester. Jane raised her granddaughter Alicia Donnell and they held a very tight relationship with each other to the very end. She had a very close bond to her granddaughters Kayla Washburn and Jessica Boisvert, who helped provide outstanding care to the very end. She had very close relationships with all her family members in her own special way. She had many grandchildren. Among them, she had special relationships with Rebecca Gagne, Jesse, Brian, and Michael Boisvert. She is also survived by numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Jane had very special attachments to her great-grandkids Declan, (Alicia's son), Liam (Kayla's son), and Paris (Brian's daughter). Jane had so many grandchildren and great-grandchildren that there are just too many names to put on paper, but rest assured she loved all grandchildren and great-grandchildren and they all loved her. She was referred to as Nana and will always be Nana.

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