ST. ALBANS — Judy Lee Goulette, age 63, died unexpectedly on Sept. 17, 2013, after shortly beginning dialysis two months ago and courageously fighting kidney and heart failure. Judy was born Sept. 1, 1950, in St. Albans, Vermont. She was the daughter of Arthur Brouillette and Eleanor Warner.

Judy graduated from Bellows Free Academy in St Albans and attended St. Michaels College and CCV.  In 1972, Judy married the love of her life Douglas P. Goulette, and they purchased their first and only home together on South Main Street in St. Albans. Judy had many talents in her early job career as an IBM employee, Montessori school teacher, federal employee, and respiratory technician. In addition to raising their three children she also helped children in need by being a Foster Parent. Judy was a member of Holy Angels Church in St. Albans. She was an amazing mother and grandmother. Judy enjoyed spending time with her family, cooking, and reading. She also used to be an avid bowler years ago.

Judy leaves behind three daughters, Wendy Cassidy and her husband Trevor of St. Albans, Amy Vincelette and her husband William of Enosburg, and Kelley Folsom of St. Albans.  She also leaves behind 12 biological grandchildren, one step-grandchild, and one great grandchild, a sister, Nancy and her husband Charles Brooks of Underhill, and Step-mother Katie Brouillette of St. Albans.  She was predeceased by her mother, Eleanor Warner, her step-father Branch Warner, her father Arthur Brouillette, her husband Douglas, her brother, Allen Brouillette and a number of other relatives and close friends.

To honor our mother’s wishes, there will be no public funeral services. Donations can be made in her memory to the American Diabetes Foundation.  Online condolences may be sent to her family at the funeral home website:  Arrangements are entrusted to her extended family at the Brady and Levesque Funeral Home and Commemorative Services.