Dorothy “Dot” (Gaumond) Julian, 91

SOUTHBRIDGE — Dorothy “Dot” P. (Gaumond) Julian, 91, a lifelong resident of Southbridge, died Monday, July 15, at Southbridge Rehab & Healthcare Center. Her husband was the late Lionel G. “Pete” Julian who died June 16, 1968.

She was born in Webster, daughter of George E. and Parmelia (Decelles) Gaumond. Dot was a member of Notre Dame Church (St. John Paul II Parish) and it’s Ladies of St Anne Sodality.  She graduated from the former Notre Dame High School, Class of 1946.  She was a fourth grade teacher at the former Notre Dame Grammar School, and later was employed at the Southbridge Credit Union, starting as a teller and working her way to be an administrative assistant.

She was a longtime member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society for many years serving as the Treasurer. Dot enjoyed quilting, crafting, and spending time with her family.

She is survived by her children Charles P. Julian and his wife Lisa of Conway, SC, Claire P. and her husband Karl Langevin of Southbridge, Dennis R. Julian and his wife Carmen of Charlton, Marc L. Julian and his wife Patricia of Dudley, Richard W. Julian and his wife Linda of Bucksport, Maine, nine grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren.  She also leaves her daughter-in-law Charlene Julian of Groveland, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her son David E. Julian of Groveland in 2003, her brother Francois A. Gaumond in 1976, and her sister Angelique “Jill” Daigle in 2018.

Calling hours will be Friday, July 19, from 5-7 p.m. at Sansoucy Funeral Home, 40 Marcy Street, Southbridge. The funeral Mass will be celebrated by her grandson, Rev. Peter Langevin, Saturday July 20 at 10 a.m. at Notre Dame Church, 446 Main Street, Southbridge.  Burial will follow at New Notre Dame Cemetery, North Woodstock Road, Southbridge.  In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to St. John Paul II Parish, 279 Hamilton Street, Southbridge, MA 01550.


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