Louanne Witty

Louanne Witty, 65, a resident of Mont Vernon, NH died at her home surrounded by her loving family, after a period of declining health on January 15, 2021.

She was born on January 19, 1955 in Fall River, MA the daughter of the late Arthur and Luella (Brennon) Robillard.

Louanne lived in Fall River, MA before moving to Middleborough and then Carver, MA before settling in Mont Vernon, New Hampshire in 1975.

She married, husband, Garth Witty in November of 1983. Louanne was a faithful and active member of the Mont Vernon Congregational Church since moving to Mont Vernon, something she was very proud of. Louanne enjoyed many different activities during her life including raising and showing goats, cooking, gardening and in later years spending as much time with her grandkids as possible. Her beloved grandchildren remember and celebrate the many traditions she created with them over the years.

In addition to her husband, Garth of Mont Vernon, survivors include:

Daughter, Michelle Paquette-Rowe and her husband, Chris Rowe of Mont Vernon, NH and their children, Amber, Taylor and Peyton Paquette and Chris Jr and William Rowe, Daughter, Mindy Dean and her significant other, Steven St Cyr of Greenville NH and their children Jessica and Rebecca Dean and

Becka, James, Belle St Cyr and great granddaughter Annebeth. She is also survived by her step-sons Sean Witty of Plainfield, NH and his children Alex and Matthew Witty and Kyle and Jessica Witty of Cornish, NH and his son Nick Witty. She is also survived by her dear friend Carol Starkie of Goffstown and her children, Louanne’s “adopted” grandchildren Katie Prescott and Alex Wright and great granddaughter Avery Michelle. She is also survived by her brother.

SERVICES: In accordance with her wishes, she will be cremated, and a celebration of life will be held, at a later date. Date and time to be announced when available.

To share a memory or offer a condolence to Louanne’s family please visit her memorial page at www.smith-heald.com.

In lieu of flowers, donation can be made to the Mont Vernon Congregational Church Holiday Flower Fund or The Neurological Research Fund (Massachusetts).

Arrangements are in the care of the Smith & Heald Funeral Home, 63 Elm Street, Milford, NH 03055.