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Jean E. Hachey Gagne

June 18, 1950 — September 14, 2018



Funeral services and burial will be held privately in the Massachusetts Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery in Winchendon. All are welcome to celebrate Jean’s life at the Leominster Knights of Columbus, 484 Lancaster Street, on Tuesday, September 25th from 11:00am-2:00pm.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to Comfort Zone Camp (, a non-profit bereavement organization supporting minor children that have lost a parent or sibling. Donations may be mailed to

Comfort Zone Camp, 6606 W. Broad Street, Suite 40, Richmond, VA 23230 or left with the family at the Celebration of Life.

Jean E. (Gagne) Hachey, 68, of Leominster, formerly of Fitchburg, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family.

She was born in Fitchburg on June 18, 1950, a daughter of the late Robert and Irene (LeBlanc) Gagne.

She is survived by her husband of 47 years, Maurice Hachey Sr; her four children, Maurice Hachey Jr of Townsend, Lisa Hachey of Coto de Caza, CA,

Steven Hachey of Fitchburg, James Hachey of Ashburnham; 10 grandchildren; seven siblings, Aline Washburn of Alburg, VT, Robert Gagne Jr of Athol, Joan Arsenault of Moncton, NB Canada, Ann Rantakyto, Paul Gagne, Pauline Contois and Donald Gagne all of Fitchburg; many nieces and nephews.

Jean was predeceased by her infant son Christopher and three siblings, David Gagne, Dennis Gagne, Rose Wright.

Jean spent her life in the Leominster/Fitchburg area working in many local businesses before opening her Fitchburg business, The Laundry Chute. Jean was the heart and soul of the laundromat; always welcoming patrons with a smile, a story, and a helping hand. After selling her business, she enjoyed many years of babysitting her grandchildren. While she was a successful business woman, she was never happier than when she was being a mom and a wife. She was happiest in the presence of her family, utterly devoted to her husband, Moe. She loved the holidays and always decorated the house and business for every occasion. Her creative spirit was contagious, her smile and warm loving nature, inspiring. Her spirit and memory will live on; she will be lovingly remembered for her kind and generous gestures and loving smile.
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