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Eileen Josephine Devine-Godbout
June 23, 1939 ~ January 15, 2024 (age 84) 84 Years Old
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Eileen Josephine Devine-Godbout, a soul born in Dublin, Ireland, to the late John Devine and Eileen Foley, departed from us on January 15, 2024. A multifaceted individual, Eileen was a self-taught pianist and artist, weaving the melodies of her heart and painting the canvas of life. Her adventurous spirit led her to traverse numerous places, both near and far.
Devoting a significant chapter of her life to the medical field, Eileen’s compassionate touch resonated with those she cared for. In her later years, she transitioned seamlessly into the real estate industry, leaving an indelible mark as a dedicated realtor.
In the tapestry of her life, Eileen faced the sorrow of bidding farewell to her beloved parents, son Stephen McCue, and granddaughter Summer McCue. Yet, amidst the shadows of loss, her light continues through those she cherished. Rodney Godbout, her devoted husband, stands as a testament to enduring love. Andrew McCue (Paula) and Christine Lucignano (Johnny Bentley) carry forward her legacy with love and resilience.
The bond of family, woven tightly through shared joys and sorrows, is reflected in her brothers: Robert Devine (Julien), Michael Devine (Rita), and Christopher Devine (Nicole). A beacon of joy, her granddaughter Shannon McCue, continues to illuminate the family’s path.
As we remember Eileen, let us celebrate a life well-lived, a melody that resonates in our hearts, and the artistry of a spirit that touched the lives of many. May her journey beyond be as vibrant as the colors she painted and the notes she played. Rest in peace, dear Eileen Josephine Devine-Godbout.