Gisele (Gohier) Bolduc

Gisele (Gohier) Bolduc

Gisele (Gohier) Bolduc

New Haven

               Gisele (Gohier) Bolduc,98, passed away Wednesday, March 30, 2022 at her daughter’s home in Williston.

              She was born on July 15, 1923 in Montreal the daughter of Armande Gohier and Cleria (DeLude) Gohier.

               She attended school and high school under the direction of Holy Cross Nuns. Graduated from Tremblay Business College for Girls in 1940. She was married on February 23, 1946 to Real John Bolduc. He was honorably discharged from the US Army on November 19, 1945. They bought a small farm in New Haven in the summer of 1946 and raised their four children and lived on the farm.

               She and her husband became members of New Haven Grange in 1953 and she was the treasurer until the closing in the 1990’s. In 1980 she became the manager and treasurer of St. Peter’s Credit Union in Vergennes for 15 years. Ladies of St. Anne for over 35 years, and she volunteered at St. Peter’s Closet since it opened and the Rummage Sale over the last 35 years.

               Since her retirement she has enjoyed working in her flower garden, feeding the birds, knitting pieces for blankets, and enjoying her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Also kept in touch with the Ladies of St. Anne and the workers at the closet for the church. Working on puzzles during the winter months and answering a lot of telephone calls from relatives and friends.

               Her husband Real Bolduc passed away in December 1998 at the age of 87.

               Gisele is survived by her four children, Peter and Barbara (Weddell) Bolduc of New Haven, Denise Welch of Arizona, Suzanne and her husband Edward Shepard of Bristol, Lucie and her husband Jon Fath of Williston; 12 grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; a sister of Quebec, Canada; many nieces and nephews from Vermont and Canada.

               Visiting hours will be held on Tuesday, April 5th from 6 to 8 p.m. at Brown-McClay Funeral Home in Vergennes. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6th at St. Peters Catholic Church in Vergennes. Interment will be in the spring. To send online condolences to her family please visit

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Cecile Gebo
2 years ago

Gisele blessed our world with her faith, her joy de vivre and her many contributions to organizations at St Peter’s Church, I am so grateful for the many conversations we shared and wisdom gained from those visits at St Peter’s Credit Union over many years. Thanks for the memories my dear friend. Rest In Eternal Peace.
Cecile Daniels Gebo

Susan Coombs
2 years ago

From the delicious family meals to her loving and caring nature, Ma Mere was always available to chat or lend a helping hand. She always made me feel like I was one of her own children. She will be missed dearly but I know that she has waited a long time to reunite with “Dad” Bolduc. May they pick up where they left off and know how deeply they were loved by us all.

Love and blessings,
Susan Coombs

John Bolduc
2 years ago

Sorry to hear about “Tante Gisele”. She was always a very connected lady and good communicator who when I was a painfully shy child could draw me into a real conversation that made me feel I really had something worthwhile to say. Condolences to our cousins.

Joni Rosebush
2 years ago

Dear, dear, dear Mrs. Bolduc! The 4th of July will never be the same! I loved seeing you and talking with you on those very special days! Carl agrees. I hope that you are going to be watching the parade, (and us), from above and laughing that wonderful laugh of yours! I have such fond memories of you! I will treasure those forever. God bless you!

Janet Weaver
2 years ago

Barbara, Your DAR sisters are so sorry to hear about your loss.

Julie A Beaudry
2 years ago

I took care of Gisele for almost 3 years and it was a pleasure to care for her, I loved her very much. She was a Blessing to me. I thank Lucie and Jon for trusting me to care for such a special Lady!!

Love Julie Beaudry

Barbara Knapp
2 years ago

Will miss your stories. Such an interesting person. Bless you.

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