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2024 May 6th: Madeleine Glaude


Mrs. Madeleine Germaine Turcotte Glaude, 89, of Brunswick, GA passed away peacefully surrounded by her children on Monday, May 6, 2024. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire on January 6, 1935, she was the oldest of four daughters to the late Leo Turcotte and Alpheda Gagnon Turcotte.

 

Surviving are her children:  Dennis (Terrie) Glaude, David (Pam) Glaude, Suzanne Kovacs and Mark (Teresa) Glaude; four granddaughters and 7 great-grandchildren. Along with her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband Eugene G. Glaude, her sister Joyce Lambert and her son-in-law John Kovacs.


Madeleine was a devoted mother and grandmother and her children and grandchildren have many fond memories of spending joy filled times with her. One of her greatest passions as a young lady was ice skating.  She was not only proficient but extremely talented, garnering an invitation to skate with the Ice Capades in New York City.   In 1952,  Madeleine married her husband Gene and life got very busy with four children.  As her kids got older she began a 20+ year career with OSCO Drugs supervising their cosmetic division.  She won several awards for sales and presentation.  After her move to Georgia, she lived a full and happy life and spent the majority of her time reading, cooking and shopping. She had a lot of opportunities to visit with her grandchildren and make lasting memories with them.  Madeleine was able to meet and love on her 7 great grandchildren before she was moved to the Senior Care Center in Brunswick.  She was a bright light making new friends and even getting together a few residents to join her Breakfast Club.

Madeleine will be greatly missed by her family and all that knew her.


The funeral was held Thursday, May 30, 2024, with a Mass of Christian Burial. Memorial donations may be made in her memory to one’s favorite charity.


Madeleine retired from store# 967 in Manchester, NH in the late 90's after 20+ years. She was a riot to work with, always ready to help in any way she could, and with a smile. If you upset her, you were scolded in French, if you made her laugh, it was well worth the effort. She will be greatly missed.

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