Camella “Millie” (Langone) Boissonneault

January 24, 2021

Camella “Millie” (Langone) Boissonneault

Camella “Millie” (Langone) Boissonneault – of Woburn, January 24th. Beloved wife of the late Donald H. Boissonneault. Devoted mother Robert D. Boissonneault and his wife Donna, David A. Boissonneault and his wife Donna, all of Woburn, James J. Boissonneault and his life partner Jeff Gordon of Lawrence, Daniel J. Boissonneault of Woburn and the late Donald Paul Boissonneault. Dear sister of Michael Langone. Loving grandmother of Matthew, Meagan, Robyn, Laura and David D. Great grandmother of Julian and Kellan. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, January 30th in Woodbrook Cemetery at 11 AM. All other services are private and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Woburn.  Masks MUST be worn at all times, along with strict adherence to social distancing. 

Camella A. “Millie” (Langone) Boissonneault – of Woburn, passed away peacefully at home on January 24th surrounded by her loving family.  She was the beloved wife of the late Donald H. Boissonneault;  devoted mother of Robert D. Boissonneault and his wife Donna, David A. Boissonneault and his wife Donna, all of Woburn, James J. Boissonneault and his life partner Jeff Gordon of Lawrence, Daniel J. Boissonneault of Woburn and the late Donald Paul Boissonneault;  loving grandmother of Matthew, Meagan, Robyn, Laura and David D.; doting great-grandmother of Julian and Kellan; dear sister of Michael Langone of Woburn and the late Antoinette, Frank, Louis, Joseph, Dominic, Anthony, Jeremiah and Daniel Langone, and is survived by her loving nieces and nephews.

 Camella, affectionately known as Millie was a lifetime resident of Woburn for 93 years.  She was the daughter of the late Louis and Domenica (Inella) Langone. After graduating from high school, she worked at John Hancock as a bookkeeper until her marriage to Donald in 1952 when they started their life together raising their five boys. 

 Millie was a very strong woman whose life revolved around traditions and devotion to her family. She was an incredible cook and baker and no one ever left her house hungry.  She made countless cakes for many weddings and birthdays for her family as well as extended family and friends.  Millie was a perfectionist in everything she did. She treasured each opportunity for the family to be together for every holiday and birthday celebration at her home or the family’s lakeside cottage in Hampstead, NH.

Her devotion to her family is her life’s legacy and will be cherished for generations. 

Millie was predeceased by her sister Antoinette, and brothers Frank, Louis Jr., Joseph, Dominic, Anthony, Jeremiah and Daniel Langone.  A private service will be held at the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn. Family and Friends are welcome to attend the graveside service on January 30th at Woodbrook Cemetery at 11:00 a.m.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Camella Boissonneault’s memory to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, 450 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date. 

Arrangements are currently pending and under the direction of the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street.

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  1. My prayers and condolences to the family.Millie was such a sweet person may is Rest In Peace .
    Gail Pettiglio

  2. With deepest sympathy. I loved seeing the picture of Millie, I felt 20 years old again and could just feel her love and warmth. Sending healing thoughts,
    Laure Landi Porter

  3. R.I.P. Aunt Millie, my Godmother, you will always hold a special place in my heart and you will be missed.

  4. To the Boissonneault Family
    Sending our condolences to all. So sad to hear of Millie’s passing. She was a beautiful lady! She will be missed.
    Louise Cassano, Terry, and Nancy.

  5. Domenico DeGennaro

    Robyn,
    Kirsten and I are sending our deepest condolences to you and your family.
    Domenic

  6. Mike and Jeannette Langone

    Great Lady ! Very welcoming , kind and supportive ! She was always so good to us ! A wonderful cook and hostess ! You didn’t leave her house hungry ? No, you didn’t leave her house until you were bursting at the seams ! Thank you Aunt Millie !

  7. Dave, Donna and Family,
    I was saddened to hear that your mom had passed. She was a very sweet woman and I’m sure she will be missed. Sorry for your loss.
    Paula Ash

  8. Garland and Donna Riggs

    To the B’s”
    So many memories over nearly 40 years. My favorite ,loved sitting and chatting over a cup of coffee with Millie. Time at the cottage playing Up & Down with the whole gang.
    Our hearts aches but also they are full knowing she is with all whom she loved and missed for so long.
    Condolences to each and everyone that will miss her…Millie was a wonderful Mum and friend that we truly enjoyed having as a part of our lives!
    God Speed and RIP ! Love Garland & Donna Riggs

  9. Amy Boissonneault

    So saddened by the loss of Auntie Millie. Thoughts and prayers for all. Love, Amy Boiss & family

  10. John & Sharon Eldridge

    We are so saddened about losing Millie and we will miss her. Her spirit is with all of us just as she would want. Our condolences for all of you.

  11. Jim & Colleen Pierce

    Dave, Donna and the entire Boissonneault family. We were saddend to hear of the passing of Millie. We always enjoyed sitting, chatting and of course eating with her when we got the chance. She was such a lovely person, who will be deeply missed. We wish you peace at this difficult time.

    Jim & Colleen Pierce

  12. Bob,Donna andFamily
    Our condolences on the passing of your Mom she loved life and family.She will be missed.
    Rich, Lauree and Al

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