Juliette Bousquet, 88, homemaker

April 11, 2002

Juliette Bousquet, a homemaker who did embroidery projects, died Friday of stroke complications at St. Agnes HealthCare. She was 88 and had lived in Arbutus and Southwest Baltimore since 1957.

Born in Methuen, Mass., Juliette Yvonne Lamontagne was raised in nearby Lawrence, where she attended parochial schools.

She moved to Arbutus 45 years ago with her husband, Leon M. Bousquet, a candymaker for the old May Co. on Howard Street. They had been married for 53 years when he died in 1987.

She sewed her clothing and did embroidery and crochet projects for family and friends.

Services were held Tuesday.

She is survived by a daughter, Elaine E. Bousquet of Cockeysville, and nephews and nieces.

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