Barbara Dallaire

Barbara Dallaire

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021

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Obituary for Barbara May Dallaire (Alger)

Barbara May (Alger) Dallaire, of Warren, RI, died, Wednesday, February 3, 2021, at Kent Hospital, Warwick, RI.

Born in Fall River, MA, she was the daughter of the late William and Rita (Laforge) Alger.

Mrs. Dallaire had worked as a bookkeeper for “The Bay Queen” for 15 years, retiring in 2006. She was a Communicant of St. Mary of the Bay Church in Warren. Mrs. Dallaire enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She loved going to the beach and spending time with her family in Vermont. She was an avid card player.

She is survived by two sons, Steven Dallaire and his wife Paula of Warren, RI, and Ronald Dallaire of Holly Springs, NC, a brother, William Alger of Warren, RI, a sister, Cathy Turner of South Newfane, VT, five grandchildren, Thomas Hill, Ashley Bourgeois Fuller, Steven Dallaire, Kayla Amaral, and Summer Dallaire, and 4 great grandchildren, Paisley, Zoey, Ainsley, and Aven. She was also the sister of the late Nancy Tanner.

Funeral services and burial will be private.

Calling hours are omitted.

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Arrangements are by Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Road, Warren, RI.

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Irene Geyer

Irene Geyer

My deepest condolences to your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Comment | Posted at 06:11pm via Condolence

Jennifer Warner

My condolences and prayers go out to Steve ,Ronny and the family . I'm so sorry for your loss. I loved your mom .Her laugh for many years bowling together. Lots of good times ,when we all got together. God Bless you Barbara. RIP
Comment | Posted at 06:22pm via Condolence

Linda Pin hero Sylvia

Dear Billy, I am so saddened to hear of Barbara's passing. Your sister was such a doll face to so many of us. One always knew when she was was around, for all we heard was that contagious laugh of hers and that Alger grin on her face that gave away that she had been up to something suspicious. Barbara was so loved by many and will be missed by the same. When we both lived at East Bay Apt's going to the pool with her was the time of your life, if she didn't get a perfect tan that day, look out.! I'm so glad to have shared many years of friendship with your sister, for now I have all these memories to hang on to of the fun times and heartfelt talks we shared together. All I can think of as a I express my sympathies to you is your sisters long time friend Charlene Dionne Stanzione who passed away just six yrs. ago and say that Heaven will no longer be the same now that your sister and Charlene are reunited after all these years. To Barbara's sons and family: I am so sorry for your loss. It is so difficult when you loose a parent, especially your mother. I lost mine in 1966 when I was 17 yrs.old. All I can say to you at this time, is hang on to your memories of her and always remember, that she is the woman who was there when you boys took your first breath, and I hope you got the chance to be with her when she took her last. Why? Because I know she would have been so happy to know that you were there to say goodbye for she was there when she hello to you. Be proud of your mom for I know she had her struggles in life, but now their over and she's at peace finally and know she'll always be with you in her never ending love for you. All of you be at peace with her passing and know that you were all loved so very much by her. God Bless you all.
Comment | Posted at 02:56pm via Condolence

Geraldine S

My prayers to Barbara's family. I grew up with Barbara,,as I was best friends with her sister Nancy. She was so caring and I loved her laugh. Billy my prayers are with you. Gerry StJohn Shallcross
Comment | Posted at 10:25am via Condolence

Robert T. Hamilton

Robert T. Hamilton, classmate. Remembrance
comments for Barbara Alger Dallaire. We were both members of Warren High School class of 1963. The
first to matriculate 4 years at the proud new school.
Barbara had many good friends and memories of those times. There were many dedicated faculty such as Mrs. Sylvia, Mrs. Parks, Mrs. Wayland, Miss Honan, Principal Roach, Coach Abruzzi. Norm and Leon Urban and others. She was fortunate to have
grown-up as a "boomer" from the 1940's to the 1960's in her "wonderful life" town of Warren, RI. Where we all new each other. Working with Luther Blount at the "Bay Queen" on Mt. Hope Bay had to be heaven on earth. Barbara enjoyed a large loving family who carry on for her. Thank you for Barbara Alger Dallaire.
God Bless her! Robert T. Hamilton, classmate.

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