Marie West ... enjoyed gardening, photography; at 68

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ROCHESTER - Marie T. West, 68, of Tampa Drive, Rochester, lost her battle, of over 20 years, with Parkinson's Disease on September 25, 2020 at Frisbie Memorial Hospital.

Born April 26, 1952, in Rochester, a daughter of Robert and Theresa (Duchano) Vachon, she was raised in Milton, a graduate of Nute High School. She had fond memories of growing up beside her Gregoire cousins Ronnie, Jerry, Jeanne, Susie and Clare.

After graduation, with her adventurous spirit, she worked on a dude ranch in New Mexico.

A compassionate person, her work career was with home healthcare.

A selfless person, she would give anything she had, to anyone in need.

Marie loved gardening, she was a photographer, a baker/cook, enjoyed sports, antiques and goodwill shops.

She was a classy lady, who made amazing cakes and crafts for everyone, but never truly knew her talents. Everything she did, she did with perfection. Although the disease robbed her of her independence, she courageously fought every day without complaining.

"Our Mom was the most amazing Grammie to our kids" They always knew they had a place to go and be welcome with open arms at any time of day or night.

Survived by her mother Theresa M. Glidden of New Durham, her son Corey B. West of Rochester, daughter Kristi M. West and husband Brandon Snyder of Rochester, son Kyle R. West and wife Krissy of Farmington, brother Thomas R. Vachon and wife Vivian of Milton, sister Virginia A. Henry of Farmington, sister Paula J. Durand and husband James Sr. of Berwick, Maine, stepbrother Tom Glidden and wife Mary of Farmington, stepbrother Brian Glidden and wife Karen of Lebanon, Maine, grandkids: Raven, Alexis, Jada, Shannon, Daisy, Daxton and Camerin, great grandson: Cory Jr., also many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, great nieces, great nephews and close friends. Predeceased by her grandparents, father Robert A. Vachon, stepdad Stanley Glidden and grandsons: Casey and Aiden.

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