Phyllis Mitchell Reuille, 79

Feb 25, 2017

Phyllis Mitchell Reuille of Skowhegan, Maine, formerly of West Wareham, died Jan. 3 after a cougraous battle against cancer.

Phyllis was the beloved wife of the late Thomas Dale Reuille, Sr. She was the mother of Richard N. Mitchell, Jr. and Patrick G. Mitchell of Carrabassett Valley, Maine; Denise L. Comeau of Skowhegan, Maine; Philip B. Mitchell of Kingfield, Maine and Peggy Bowser of Eau Claire, Pennsylvania. Her step-children include Richard L. Reuille, Thomas D. Reuille & Kelly M. Reuille of Ohio.

She leaves one brother. George H. Boyd of Strong, Maine and sister Virginia M. Eldridge of Bradenton, Florida. She was the loving step sister of Ronald Chepren of Hobe Sound, Florida; Marilyn Stetkis of Cannan, Maine; John Chepren of Middleboro; Judith Wills of New Portland, Maine and Jeanne Chepren of North Carolina. She was the daughter of the late George H. Boyd and Lorriane Chepren. She was pre- deceased by brothers Warren J. Boyd and Robert Chepren.

Her grandchildren include Hunter, Chelsea, Jordan, Daphne, Melissa, Daniel, Amber, Jonah, Rachel and Erica. She also had eight great grandsons and four great granddaughters.

Phyllis was retired from from the health, life and investment field. Her love was writing and she was the publisher of the Maine Mountain Digest. She wrote for local newspapers, with a humorous column called “Sounding Off,” which she later compiled and published. Her work appeared in Modern Maturity, Maine Publicity Bureau, and Sno-track magazine.

At the time of her death, she lived happily in Skowhegan with her husband, who pre-deceased her by one week, where she enjoyed gardening and cooking. Her last book was written about her younger brother, Warren Boyd, titled “I Was Never That Bad,” which she just finished two months ago. A memorial ceremony is planned for the spring.

Comments (2)
Posted by: Deborah Ann Stonefield | Feb 26, 2017 21:25

Mike and I extend our deepest condolences.  We are so sorry for your loss and will keep the family in our prayers.

 



Posted by: rascal121336 | Feb 27, 2017 11:35

Phyllis was one of my WHS 1955 class mates.  She was a special person always. She told us about Skowhegan and the golf course and I took my family there and played  the course and enjoyed the Ski slopes. My class mates will miss her. Bill Atkinson



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