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Pauline M. Welker

 Pauline M. Welker, age 76, passed away peacefully at home on Friday, December 25, 2020.

She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Roland Welker; son, Thomas (Kristy), 3 grandsons, Thomas, Jr., Troy and Trevor Welker; sisters, Gloria St. Amand, Geneva Daugherty, Noella Michaud, Nancy Gagnon (Roger), and Barbara Guerrette (Laurier); as well as many nieces and nephews.

Pauline is preceded in death by her parents, Eloi and Yvonne Michaud; brothers, Gilman, Gildor, and Gilbert Michaud; and daughter, Donna Diane Welker.


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  • We will keep the Welker family in our prayers and hope the the memories you have will bring you comfort. Pauline was so beautiful and just a gentle soul. She will always be remembered with love.
    We love you all, Noreen and Bill Pyle

  • RIP Pauline….you were an amazing woman and a wonderful Grandmother to my son, Tom Jr. You will be terribly missed!!

  • Tom; We are so sorry to hear of .your mothers passing. May she rest in peace, for she is in the arms of God. Love to all, Jim & Wynne Donovan.

  • Sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family. Greg, Heather and Samantha

  • So very sorry to hear Pauline has passed away. My Deepest Condolences go out to Roland, Tommy and family for the loss of Pauline. We had many fun times together at Howard Johnson’s and away on all of our fun girl trips. Prayers and peace to all with Love Nancy Hughes.

  • So sorry to hear this news. Pauline was always smiling and pleasant.
    She was a wonderful person to be around. You couldn’t meet a nicer family.
    My prayers to Ron, Tom and the whole family.

    Bill Nowack

  • Thinking of you and your family Tommy. Pauline was a wonderful lady. A fine bowler I got to know. May she Rest In Peace.

  • Roland… so sorry for your loss. I bowled with Pauline for a number of years at Pleasant Hill Lanes. She was always very kind to my mom, Betty. I loved her fierce competing mind set when it came to bowling. Our team was usually in the roll off and it always brought the best out in her! We bowled in a few tourneys together and again she always rose to the occasion! I will remember her fondly.

    Cathy Jackson

  • Tommy and family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I am sorry that I am signing this guestbook so late, but I have just learned of her passing…. Pauline was a wonderful woman, may she Rest in Peace. Her memories will live on in each and every one of you. Sincerest sympathies…..Love, Michelle