Marlene Norbeck Durepo
Thursday, 16 June 1949 - Thursday, 29 March 2018
Marlene Norbeck Durepo
Funeral Date: Saturday, 07 April 2018
Limestone and Long Lake – Marlene Durepo, 68, respected and well known Town of Limestone public servant passed away March 29, 2018 at Boston following a long courageous battle with leukemia.  She was born in Caribou, June 16, 1949, and was the daughter of the late Chester and Ruth (Dickenson) Norbeck.  She was a 1967 graduate of Caribou High School. In 1971 she married Jeffery Durepo.  Marlene served as the Town Clerk of Limestone as well as Tax Collector for over 20 years.  She also was employed as the Guidance Secretary at Limestone High School, as well as working at the Aroostook Republican Office in Caribou for several years.  She served on the Limestone School Board for a number of years, was a member of the Limestone United Methodist Church as well as being a member of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.  She loved to spend time with her family at the camp.  Many will remember Marlene for her bubbly personality and her infectious laugh that brought smiles to many.  Marlene treated all with dignity and respect and had a way of making friends everywhere she went.  Surviving in addition to her husband Jeffery of Long Lake, are her children Sarah Hutchinson and husband Travis of Bucksport, Tim Durepo and wife Nancy of Delanco, NJ, two sisters Rita Adams of Caribou and Glennis Wheeler of Southington, Conn.  She was a loving and devoted grandmother to her grandchildren Travis Hutchinson Jr., Alexis Durepo, Shane and Winter Hutchinson, Ghent, Saffayia, Taylor,  Sydney Durepo and Erika Thomas.  A great-grandson Grayson Thomas as well as several nieces and nephews.  Mrs. Durepo was predeceased by her son Dan Durepo in 2017 and brother Fred Norbeck.  Friends may visit with the family at the Limestone United Methodist Church 11:00 a.m. Saturday, April 7, 2018 until time of services which will be held 1:00 p.m. with Pastor Cheryl Stratton officiating. Friends who wish to contribute in memory of Mrs. Durepo may do so  to Brian’s Ride C/O Jefferson Cary Foundation P.O. Box 89 Caribou Maine 04736 


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  • Brenda and Alton Ketch
  • Saturday, 31 March 2018
To Jeffery, Sarah and family: We were deeply saddened to hear of Marlene's passing. She was such a beautiful lady, kind, generous, always happy, fun-loving, and thinking of others. Marlene and I worked together at the Aroostook Republican for several years where we became friends, and did many things together. It was a friendship that I'll never forget. Our deepest sympathy to the family. May your cherished memories help you heal from your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
  • Judy and Dave Herrmann
  • Sunday, 01 April 2018
So sorry for your loss. Dave and I pray for your family and know that God will take care of all of you. You will continue to be in our prayers.
God bless you all
  • Kristy (Theriault) Pickard
  • Monday, 02 April 2018
So sorry to hear of Marlene’s passing! I remember her well from the school and the town hall. She was a kind soul and she will be missed! Prayers and condolences to her family!
  • Claudine (Ouellette) Cyr
  • Wednesday, 04 April 2018
To Jeff and Family, I just closed my eyes when I read Sarah's write-up on FB ..We had been praying for Marlene to come home soon and you and she would be going to Boston once a week for a time. This was not what God's plan was for her ! He took her to her Heavenly Home.. and we all will Miss Her, Undying Love of her Family and Friends, Her Beautiful Smiles, Her sense of Humor, Her Caring for Others, and the List goes ON and ON ! She was my sister Peggy ( Ouellette) Brown's Best Friend and her sister Glennis and I were best friends since school days.. We are so Very Sorry and Hope You and all the Family can have Comfort in Knowing She was Special !! Now She is with her Parents, Son Dan, Brother Fred, and Little Nephew Chris Looking Down on You and the Family !! Memories will never Fade Away, Love, Claudine and Peggy
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