Lucille Stonner, 82, of Manchester died after an illness on January 7th, 2022.
Lucille was born in Manchester on April 27th, 1939 to Ronald and Lina (Chaput) Bergeron. She graduated from Goffstown High School. In 1958 she married Thomas J. Stonner with whom she had a 20 year long marriage. Together they had two sons, Bruce and Benjamin Stonner. Lucille worked for 17 years for the New Hampshire Department of Transportation as a toll booth attendant.
As a teenager Lucille spent much of her time at the Bedford Grove Roller Rink and at her Uncle Ray's Skateland in Haverhill, MA where Lou and her partner became New England Roller Skating Dance Champions. Lucille was one of the original founding members of the South Junior Deb Softball League in the 1970s. She was very athletic. She excelled in candlepin bowling and golf. Lucille loved spending time at Foxwoods and particularly taking friends there and showing them a fun time. She was a die-hard New England sports fan. Lucille will be greatly missed by those who knew her.
Lucille is survived by her sons Bruce Stonner & his wife Judith (Beausoleil) of Manchester, and Benjamin Stonner of Manchester; her brother Robert Bergeron and his wife Dorothy of Georgia; her friend of 40 years Phyllis Haley of Manchester; her former spouse Thomas J. Stonner and his wife Linda of Colebrook; and nieces and nephews.
SERVICES: Service and burial will be private and at the family's discretion.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association of NH at 166 South River Rd., Suite 210, Bedford, NH 03110.