Theresa L. Allard CLAREMONT, NH -Theresa L. Allard, 90, of Elm Street in Claremont died peacefully after a brief stay at Sullivan County Nursing Home in Unity. Theresa was born in Providence, Rhode Island. The daughter of Lilian and Charlie Breton on November 17,1932. Theresa was educated in Claremont where she lived for most of her life. She was a home maker working briefly at Joy Manufacturing Company and a family store (Breton Store). Theresa was widowed to Fabien R. Allard who passed in 1977. She was predeceased by sisters, Rachel Yurek, Laurette Willette, and brother, Ramond Breton. Theresa lost her daughter, Robin Savoie Toltz on March 12, 2021, and granddaughter, Bailee Simpson-Allard passed in 2015. Family includes sister, June Silva of Claremont. Theresa has a son, Rock F. Allard and wife Holly J. Allard. Three granddaughters, Pamela Scott-Smith of Florida, Alayna Lucero of Bourne, Massachusetts, and Kelsey M. Allard of Canaan, New Hampshire; one grandson, Aaron K. Allard of Las Vegas, Nevada. Five great grandchildren, many caring nieces, and nephews. A graveside service will be at St. Mary Cemetery in Claremont on May 26th at 12:30 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to the St Joseph Renovation Fund. A Sunday Mass in memory of Theresa will be September 24th at 9:15AM.
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