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May 21st, 2019

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Lucille G. Meyer

November 5, 1919 – January 19, 2019

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Obituaries » Lucille G. Meyer

Lucille G. Meyer, 99, passed away on January 19, 2019. Lucille was born in Quincy, MA, on November 5, 1919, to Ruth and Clarence Pitkin. In 1921, her family moved to Randolph, VT. In 1938, Lucille graduated from Randolph High School and moved to Quincy to live with her mother. Lucy entered Burdett College to study business. She graduated in 1941 and was hired as a stenographic secretary. Lucy met her husband, Gilbert A. Meyer and they were married on November 9, 1944. They had four children: Linda R. Meyer, Ph.D., Grace A. Meyer, a graphic artist, and John A. Meyer, an auto-body repair specialist. Their son, Alan F. Meyer, had severe disabilities and survived until the age of 15 due to the loving care of his parents. Lucille wrote The Mother’s Creed which provided parents of special needs children with common sense advice. The Mother’s Creed was printed in over a dozen languages. In 1965, Lucille returned to the workforce. She held positions in several companies as an executive secretary before becoming an account manager. Lucille and Gilbert both retired in 1980. They moved to East Orange, VT, where they bought an old farmhouse. For the next 25 years, they enjoyed country life 

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