Lucille (Giroux) Marquis, of Waterville, Maine, died peacefully on May 6, 2014, with family by her side. Born on April 3, 1927, in Waterville, Maine, she was the daughter of Henry J. and Louise M. (Gousse) Giroux. She attended Fairfield, Maine schools and graduated from Lawrence High School in 1945. Lucille worked at Keyes Fibre for well over 25 years and raised six children. As well as being a lifelong expert seamstress, Lucille was very active and enjoyed many hobbies such as dancing, fishing, motorcycle riding, playing cards and doing handcrafts and puzzles. Some of her best times were spent making memories with her family and friends. Her parrot, Tweety, held a special place in her heart for more than 20 years. Lucille was predeceased by her parents; a son, David; and siblings Kenneth and Bernadette. Lucille is survived by children Linda Dennett and her husband, David, of Norton, Mass., Bonnie Lancaster, of Waterville, Maine, James Marquis, of Oakland, Maine, Pamela Burgess, of Waterville, Maine, and Debra Marquis and her significant other, James Wheaton, of Waterville, Maine; grandchildren Jacob Dennett, his wife Cindy, and their children, Gabriel, Ashten, Brooke and Callie, of Norton, Mass., Becca Leonard, her husband Chris, and their children, Oliver and Bradley, of Foxboro, Mass., Marcus Dennett, his wife Katelyn, and their children, Mackenzie and Mason, of Norton, Mass., Jason Harding, his wife April, and their children Anna and Lily, of Newmarket, N.H., Nicole Damren, her husband Chad, and their children, Austin, Cohen, Emma and Sawyer, of Winslow, Maine, Travis Lancaster, his wife Katie, and their children, Jackson and Morgan, of Fairfield, Maine, Aric Burgess and his children, Brian, Grace and Kathleen, of Weeks Mills, Maine, Aaron Grenier, his wife Jessica, and their son, Deegan, of Winslow, Maine, and Andrew Grenier, of Weeks Mills, Maine. She was anxiously awaiting the birth of her 21st great-grandchild in September. She is also survived by her brother, Donald Giroux, of Fairfield, Maine; as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. Lucille will be sadly missed by long-time friends Audrey, Beatrice, Alice and Theresa. The family would like to give special thanks to Dr. Forrest West for his excellent care and compassion, as well as the staff at Oak Grove Rehabilitation & Living Center Honoring Lucille's request; there will be no public visiting hours. A Mass of Christian burial will be 11 a.m. Saturday, May 10, at Notre Dame Church on Silver Street in Waterville, Maine. Graveside services will be held immediately following the Mass at St. Francis Cemetery on Grove Street in Waterville, Maine.