Beatrice (Bea) T (Lefebvre) Bouvier, age 88, died Sunday, November 20, 2022, peacefully at home with her family by her side. Beatrice was born November 4, 1932, in Webster, the daughter of the late Eva (Nolin) and George Lefebvre. Her husband of 53 years, Anthony (Tony) J Bouvier, died in 2008. She is survived by a daughter Cynthia (Cindi) Kinder and her husband David Kinder of Portland, OR, daughter-in-law Kerrie Bouvier of Dudley MA, and son-in-law Phillip Parker of Baldwinville MA. She leaves behind six grandsons and two great granddaughters: grandson Garrison Parker his wife Cassandra and daughter Eliana of Cornish NH, grandsons Chandler and Bryce Parker of Baldwinville MA, grandson Joseph Bouvier his wife Brittany and daughter Lyra of Sutton, MA, grandson Robert Bouvier of Dudley MA, and grandson Bryan Kinder of Anaheim CA. She leaves behind her sister Leona Lefebvre and brother James Lefebvre and his wife Donna all of Webster MA. She also leaves many nieces, nephews, and dear friends, including Bob Montigny and her faithful cat Pepper. She was preceded in death by her daughter Michelle Parker, son Richard Bouvier, and her siblings George Lefebvre, Irene Andrews, and Arthur Lefebvre. Bea attended St. Louis Grade School, graduated from St Louis High School in 1953, and was a lifetime member of the St. Louis Parish. Her first job was bookkeeper for Lavoie Auto in Dudley MA, where she met her husband Tony who was a mechanic there. After they married, she was a stay-at-home mom when her three children were young. Later in the late 1960s she started work at Kenyon Oil Company in North Grosvenordale CT, as a clerk sending out S&H Green Stamps to fuel oil customers. She retired in 2004 as Assistant Treasurer for the company. After retirement she became very involved with the Dudley Senior Center where she enjoyed playing Bingo and going to the lunches. She loved being around people and became a member of the Town of Dudley Council on Aging. Always keeping busy, she loved planting flowers and keeping a vegetable garden. One of her favorite things to do was sit on her porch and watch the birds and wildlife on Hayden Pond. She even named the Heron “Henry”. Her grandchildren were very special to her. She attended their sporting events and every life event she could, including school activities, graduations, and weddings. She loved to have family and grandchildren visit, especially in the summer. She made sure there was a rowboat, canoe, paddle boat, and speed boat so everyone could enjoy the beach, and of course, no one went hungry. She loved figuring out what to get them for gifts and she already had her list for this Christmas. She was a planner and knew what she wanted to do and what needed to be done. When her son-in-law David was visiting last year for Thanksgiving she got dressed up and said, “You’re the only one that gets a good picture of me. Take one for my obituary.” So, as she wished, she got the picture shown here. She is loved and will be missed by her family and many friends. May her memory be a blessing. A funeral Mass will be held on Saturday December 10, 2022 at 9:30 am at St Louis Church 15, Lake Street, Webster, MA In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St Louis Parish in memory of Bea. The burial will be private at a later date. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home. A guest book is available at www.shaw-majercik.com where you may offer condolences, share fond memories, or light a candle in remembrance of Bea.