Eleanor D Gaudreau (Griffin)
Florence, MA - Eleanor D. Gaudreau (Griffin), age 94, passed away on May 16, 2019, in Northampton, Mass., surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Haverhill, Mass. on January 10, 1925, to the late William and Irene Griffin. After serving in the Navy during WW2, she married Bernard Gaudreau. Together they had three children and enjoyed more than 50 years together, spending time between Haverhill and Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
Their home was a place of fun and laughter and many wonderful memories. Ellie was always known for her wit and sense of humor and often surprised and delighted people around her, even near the end of her life.
She was the beloved mother of Cheryl Malmborg and husband Ed of Florence, Mass.; Tom Gaudreau of Florence; and Pam Jameson and husband Mike of Scottsdale, Ariz. She leaves behind her adoring grandchildren Laura and Lee Gaudreau; Alex Malmborg and Katy Smith; and Shannon and Haley Jameson. She also leaves her precious great-grandchildren Sophie, Lily and Mike Szczapa; Rebecca and Eleanor Malmborg; and Jadin and Riley Smith.

Family are planning a Celebration of her Life at a later time.
Published on June 6, 2019

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Sue & Brent Baeslack
Oct 07, 2019
We treasure the many happy memories we have of living next door to Ellie & Bernie. Great Christmas get-togethers with them and John & Anne Callahan. Then there were the great times sitting at the kitchen table with Ellie & Nancy when she visited. Please let us know if there will be a service. Unfortunately we just heard about Ellie's passing. Please accept our deepest sympathies. Ellie was a ver special lady.
Joe Callahan
Aug 12, 2019
The Gaudreau home Haverhill.
Joe
Aug 12, 2019
14 Montvale St. RIP Elinor!
Jim Connolly
May 31, 2019
Cheryl, Tom and Pam. My deepest sympathy. I'll always remember the good times with your parents when we were kids. Your mom was wonderful to us.