Theresa Lynn Jalbert
Saturday, 26 February 1966 - Thursday, 05 April 2018
Theresa Lynn Jalbert
Funeral Date: Wednesday, 11 April 2018
Caribou – Theresa Lynn Jalbert, 52, passed away April 5, 2018 with her family by her side at Caribou following a long courage battle with cancer.  She was born in Caribou February 26, 1966, the daughter of the late Ronald and Irene (Lavoie) Jalbert. Theresa was a 1984 graduate of Caribou High School and was employed at Northeast Packing Company in Presque Isle for several years.  She was an avid Red Sox fax and loved to play bingo.  Theresa also enjoyed spending time at family gatherings and picnics as well as long motorcycle rides with Kimber.  She is survived by her three daughters, Brittany McDougall, and her significate other Landon Towle of Fort Fairfield, Brianna and Scott Ouellette of Sinclair and Bridget McDougall of Caribou.  One brother Dennis Jalbert of Caribou, five sisters, Linda Ulirch of Stauton, Il., Kim Jalbert of Caribou, Betty Cunningham of Farmington, Ct., Susan Dennis of Manchester, NH, Barbara Jalbert of Caribou, her companion of many years, Kimber Searles of Caribou, her three beloved grandchildren, Ella McLaughlin, Alex LaPlante, and Lily Ouellette.  Her close friends Sheila Lavoie of Limestone and Mistie Cannon of Washburn.   Many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins, including a special cousin and best friend Terry Kennedy of Deland, Fl.  Her special furry friends, her cat Penelope and dog Honey.  Ms. Jalbert was predeceased by a brother Ronald.  Friends may visit with the family at the Mockler Funeral Home, 24 Reservoir Street, Caribou, Wednesday, April 11, 2018, from 11 a.m. until time of services which will be held at 1 p.m. with Rev. Tony Searles officiating.  


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  • Debbie McDougall Voter
  • Monday, 09 April 2018
I am the great-aunt of Theresa's daughters on their Dad's side. I have never met Theresa but we have shared some conversations on Facebook about the girls and especially about her grandkids Ella and Alex. I am sorry that I haven't met Theresa but knew I would like her if I had. From the many, many comments from her friends I don't think I was wrong. I am glad Alex and Ella got to spend time with her. My condolences to her family but especially to Brittany, Brianna and Bridget. Sending healing thoughts to all of you.
  • Ed Damm
  • Monday, 09 April 2018
  • Lori Ouellette
  • Monday, 09 April 2018
So sorry for your loss. She will be missed by everyone who knew her and loved her.
  • Christy Taylor
  • Monday, 09 April 2018
My condolences to the family and friends. Theresa was always sweet and kind.
  • Elizabeth Margaret Denslow
  • Monday, 09 April 2018
Our Condolences to the Jalbert family.
  • Tammy Saucier
  • Tuesday, 10 April 2018
So sorry for your loss. This is always a hard part in life. When you must say good bye when all you want is for one more hug one more smile one more I love you. Just remember to do the best you can each day take the time you need to grieve don't let any one rush you.
  • Heather Simon
  • Tuesday, 10 April 2018
I loved Theresa very much I met her wen u moved into caribou in the same building as her and quickly became good friends with her her girls and kimber I haven't seen her in years and it breaks my heart that I haven't wish it was different but I moved to mass years ago and it was very hard to make the long 10 hr trip up there but I loved her and her girls very much and give them my heart I couldn't imagine gong through what u guys are but I love u guys dearly and I'm here for u no matter what love u all!
  • Jacqueline Lavoie Michaud
  • Tuesday, 10 April 2018
Dearest sorry for Your loss and especially for such a fighter as Theresa was..She will never be forgotten and will be watching over all of You with Aunt Irene and Uncle Ron ,brother Ronald and all our Family members..At this difficult time and state of shock I pray that He gives You all the strength to get through these difficult days..She is at Peace with no more suffering and pain..Take care of one another I am sure that is what she would want You all to do..Rest in Peace Dear Cousin and watch down on Your Loved Ones..XO
  • Carrie ( Lavoie ) Gallop
  • Wednesday, 11 April 2018
My Dearest Cousin,

A ray of sunshine my cousin, one my closest friends while growing up well into our adult hood, my many memories of a bright smiling person always happy. She was special loved talking to her family and friends on the phone. We became adults we grew up, you were the special one who would never cast judgement on anyone she came in contact with. I'll will surely miss your free spirit and all the times we spent together. Family get together's at family members homes, the fun barbeque's and fire works at Trafton Lake in the summers. The time we spent together while raising our children watching them grew up, and the times when we just wanted a break away from everything and we would have a night out on the town with the girls. Always available to lend an ear offer a solution to support many you came in contact with a special approach to all you did while you were here with all of us we will miss you now and forever.

You a great mom always there for your girls, an awesome grammie too, a daughter, sister, a companion,an aunt a cousin. We all loved you so much you. You are a great loss to those that loved you most. Even though we will miss you. We know the suffering has left you. Your family knows the angels hold you close to keep you safe for us. We your family wouldn't want it any different. Now you rest with your dearest mom, dad and your brother whom we know will be there in heaven by your side. May god relieve you now from the terrible pain that once put a burden on you. We love you, we miss you, until we meet again, may your soul feel free and happy from with pain from now and forever. Lots of love from all you family that will miss you!
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