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Official Obituary of: Noreene H. Savard, 78, on February 6, 2022

Noreene H. Savard, 78, on February 6, 2022

ATTLEBORO – Noreene Savard, age 78, of Attleboro passed away peacefully on February 6, 2022 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.  She was the wife of the late Ulysse Savard, Jr.

Born at North Attleboro Hospital in 1943, she was the daughter of the late Harold and Evelyn (Ross) Snell.

Her nursing career spanned over fifty years.  She graduated from King Philip High School, in 1961 and went on to receiver her LPN at Pondville Hospital in Norfolk.  She was employed at Sturdy Memorial Hospital and eventually earned her RN degree.

She also worked for the Community Visiting Nurse Agency in Attleboro in Attleboro in a supervisory role for 15 years.

Noreene ended her career as Director of Health Care Service for Charles River Center in Needham.

She was especially proud of mentoring nursing students from Simmons University in Boston.

Noreene’s hobbies included reading, watercolor painting, tole painting and playing bingo.  She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

She is survived by her sons Robert Savard, Stephen Savard (Kathy) and Timothy Savard (Janet);

A sister Patricia Brodka and sister-in-law Ann Coleman;

Grandchildren Nicholas, Hillary, Stephanie, Joshua and Marissa.

She was predeceased by her brother, Walter Coleman and brother-in-law Frederick Brodka.

She’s also survived by nephews Wayne Coleman, Mark Coleman and Christopher Brodka.

Visiting hours will be held on Friday, February 11 from 9-11 a.m. at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro with a funeral in the funeral home at 11 a.m. followed by burial at Plainville Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts, 1300 W. Elm Street Ext, Brockton, MA 02301.

To sign an online guestbook for Noreene, please visit www.sperry-mchoul.com.

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  • I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Noreene.   I worked with Noreen for many years. The family will be in I thoughts and prayers.

  • We are thankful for our brave, beautiful friend Noreen. You made the world a kinder place and we fondly remember the times we shared with you. May your family find peace and comfort.
    Jim and Kitty

  • Sorry to hear of your loss of Noreene. We were neighbors of hers at Oak Point. Please accept our sincerest sympathy.

  • I am deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Noreene. She was such a great friend to myself and all who knew and loved her so very much. I will forever miss her infectious smile and everlasting friendship she shared with me throughout the years at the Charles River Center in Needham,Ma. One of the many things I will forever cherish and miss is her willingness to help and lookout for others especially myself when I needed it or I just needed a friend to confide in at times. I will love you forever Noreene!!! Fly High and watch over all who love and miss you so very much especially me. You will forever be “The Wind Beneath my Wings!” ???❤️

  • Noreene was my first supervisor as a new graduate of nursing school. We worked so closely together for 7 years at Charles River center. She was a wonderful person and mentor. We shared so many good times together at work and outside of work. We even spent time at the beach in Dennis together. She was truly one in a million. Love you Noreene!

  • Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss.  Noreene and I shared many memories as 1st cousins.  She touched the lives of many people in very positive ways.  I’m grateful to have the faith that she is now in an even more wonderful place of peace, in the next stage of our passage through life.

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  1. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss.  Noreene and I shared many memories as 1st cousins.  She touched the lives of many people in very positive ways.  I’m grateful to have the faith that she is now in an even more wonderful place of peace, in the next stage of our passage through life.

  2. Noreene was my first supervisor as a new graduate of nursing school. We worked so closely together for 7 years at Charles River center. She was a wonderful person and mentor. We shared so many good times together at work and outside of work. We even spent time at the beach in Dennis together. She was truly one in a million. Love you Noreene!

  3. I am deeply saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Noreene. She was such a great friend to myself and all who knew and loved her so very much. I will forever miss her infectious smile and everlasting friendship she shared with me throughout the years at the Charles River Center in Needham,Ma. One of the many things I will forever cherish and miss is her willingness to help and lookout for others especially myself when I needed it or I just needed a friend to confide in at times. I will love you forever Noreene!!! Fly High and watch over all who love and miss you so very much especially me. You will forever be “The Wind Beneath my Wings!” ???❤️

  4. Sorry to hear of your loss of Noreene. We were neighbors of hers at Oak Point. Please accept our sincerest sympathy.

  5. We are thankful for our brave, beautiful friend Noreen. You made the world a kinder place and we fondly remember the times we shared with you. May your family find peace and comfort.
    Jim and Kitty

  6. I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Noreene.   I worked with Noreen for many years. The family will be in I thoughts and prayers.

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