Priscilla Bibeau

Obituary of Priscilla Bibeau

Priscilla O. (Orfao) Bibeau a resident of Burlington for 40 years, passed away at the Woburn Nursing Center on Friday morning, Feb. 12, 2009. The wife of Theodore S. “Teddy” Bibeau, she was 69 years old. Priscilla was born, raised and educated in Lowell. She was the daughter of the late Manuel and Mary Orfao. Her mother was a Lowell native and her father had immigrated from Madeira Island, Portugal. Priscilla married her husband Teddy and they eventually settled in Burlington in 1969 where she focused her attention to being a mother of four boys and all the challenges that arise from that. She gladly took on the role of caregiver, taxi driver, fan, and supporter. She spent endless hours at pop warner football practices and games, high school football and lacrosse games, as well as any other sport or activity her sons were involved in at the time. Like most mothers, she always placed her children and husband needs above her own. She was extremely proud of her son’s achievements, but even happier that they gave her 5 wonderful grandchildren, who loving called her “Avoa”. She cherished the time spent with her grandchildren. Priscilla had a number of other interests. She enjoyed going to Bingo and Foxwoods with her friends. She was a fantastic cook and baker. She enjoyed travelling with her husband Teddy. Over the years, they visited Europe, Portugal, the Caribbean, and many other vacation destinations. They enjoyed being “Snowbirds”, spending the winter months in Florida. She leaves a legacy of love and friendship and will be fondly remembered. Priscilla was the beloved wife of Theodore S. Bibeau. She was the loving mother of John Bibeau & his wife Karen of Danvers, Steven Bibeau of Lowell, Kevin Bibeau & his wife Vilma of Andover, and Theodore Bibeau of Boston. She was the sister of Mary Alice Denommee of Franklin. She was the proud grandmother of John & Linda of Danvers and Julia, Priscilla, & Patricia of Andover. Funeral from the Edward V. Sullivan Funeral Home, 43 Winn St., BURLINGTON (Exit 34 off Rt. 128, Woburn side) on Monday, Feb. 16 at 9 a.m. Followed by a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Margaret’s Church, 111 Winn St., Burlington at 10 a.m. Visiting hours Sunday 3-7 p.m. Interment in Pine Haven Cemetery, Burlington. Memorials in Priscilla’s name may be made to National MS Society, 101A First Ave., Suite 6, Waltham, MA 02451. Pris, We have shared in your laughter We have had such fun We will cherish the memorable things that you've done You raised a great family And you watched them grow, Into 4 strong young men You were proud and it showed. We have sadness and gratitude mixed in our heart Your life is now over and now we must part. You were the mother of all mothers-the friend of all friends and we'll cherish your memory Until our life end.
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