Paulette (Doublet) Moreschi passed peacefully into the Kingdom of Heaven to join her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ whom she loves. She was greeted in Heaven by her husband Anthony and her two beautiful and much loved granddaughers Samantha Bradley and Mariel Teves who all predeceased her. She leaves behind her daughters: Yvonne Tumbridge of Everett, Linda Teves of Melrose, MaryAnn Bradley and her husband Richard of Dracut and her son Anthony Moreschi of Malden. Grandchildren Rich Bradley and his wife Erika and great-grandson Rich III of Miami; Pat Bradley and his wife Jenine and son Nic of Melrose; William Tumbridge and his wife Nancy of Stoneham; Alexandra Tumbridge and her friend Darryl Caffee of Shrewsbury; Marisa Sharry and her husband Kevin; and great-granddaughter Gabriella of Lynn; and great-granddaughter Mia Teves (daughter of Mariel) of Everett.
Paulette was born an hour from Paris, France, and worked on her family's farm growing up in the French countryside. She was a brilliant student ready for college when the Nazis attacked and occupied France. She was considered a Holocaust survivor for her suffering during WWII. She met an American soldier, Anthony Moreschi, just after the war ended in France. They married and moved to Everett, MA. During her life she educated herself by traveling all over the world and became extremely talented at gourmet cooking, sewing, knitting, crocheting, upholstering and was a fashionista with a great sense of humor. But really her greatest talent was her love for people. Paulette never met a stranger and loved to feed everyone. She lived out her Christian beliefs with deep faith, sincerity and compassion. She was truly beautiful inside and out. Paulette was a loving and generous mother and grandmother. She was always there for her children helping in so many ways it can't be counted.
Jusqu'á ce que nous nous revoyions (Until we meet again)
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