Dracut School Janitor Dies
DRACUT--Louis P. Maille, a lifelong resident of this town died last night at his home, 40 Arlington avenue. He has been in failing health for sometime but his death was unexpected.
Mr. Maille was employed as a janitor of the Dracut high school.
Surviving him is his wife, Mrs. Germain (Lecourt) Maille; three sons, Raymond G. Maille of California, Lionel P. Maille and Robert C. Maille of Dracut; four daughters, Mrs. Joseph Dunn, Miss Carmen Maille, Miss Lorraine Maille, and Miss Jeannine Maille of Dracut; two sisters, Mrs. Alfred J. Dufour of Dracut and Mrs. Edgar Martin of Van Buren Me., and a grandchild.
He was a member of the Holy Name society of St. Louis de France parish and a member of the Dracut Police association.
MAILLE--Died in Dracut, Feb. 6, Louis P. Maille, husband of Germaine (Lecourt) Maille of 40 Arlington avenue. Friends are invited to call at the Archambault funeral home, 311 Pawtucket street, from 7 to 10 p. m. today and from 2 to 10 p. m. Friday. Funeral Saturday morning. At 10 o'clock in St. Louis de France church a solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated and burial will take place in St. Joseph's cemetery. Funeral Directors Amedee Archambault & Son in charge.
Thursday, August 05, 2010
The Obituary of Louis P. Maille, Dracut, Massachusetts
Published in the Lowell Sun, 7 Feb, 1952, pg. 4.