Patricia Lalumiere

Patricia Ann "Patty" Lalumiere

Wednesday, December 6th, 1961 - Sunday, December 29th, 2019
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Patricia “Patty” Lalumiere, 58, passed away Sunday, December 29, after a 10 month courageous battle with brain cancer. She passed peacefully surrounded by the love of her family.

Patty was born on December 6, 1961 in Portland, ME. She grew up in Falmouth, ME, graduating from Falmouth High School, Class of 1980. It was during these years that she became a proud member of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, an organization that she cherished deeply.

After 41 years of living Maine, Patty moved to Williamsburg, Virginia, where she remained until her cancer diagnosis. For the 15 years she resided in Williamsburg, she worked for the Mason School of Business at the College of William and Mary, where she made lasting impacts on students’ lives and many lifelong friends.

Patty was able to travel the world with both The College and friends, meeting people that were profoundly touched by her spirit everywhere she went. She rode an elephant in India, went whale watching in Alaska, drank Riesling in Germany and Cabernet in France. Her travels were treasured in her memories through her final days. Especially those taken with her favorite (and only) daughter, Kayla, with whom she spent her final months filling with joy and adventure.

Patty is predeceased by her parents, J. Henry and Nancy May Lalumiere, and her grandparents.

She is survived by her daughter Kayla Humphreys, her brother Glen Lalumiere (Barb), her sister Brenda Barriault (Mark), her nieces, Megan Lalumiere, Jennifer Stone (Dan) and nephews, Brian Lalumiere (Meagan) and Jason Barriault (Emily). She is also survived by her aunt and uncle, Pat and Dean Roberts, their children, and her beloved Auntie Marilyn (Lalumiere).

Patty will be honored with a Celebration of Life for family and friends in Portland, ME in June of 2020.

Patty’s family would especially like to thank her incredible medical team who worked tirelessly to make this impossible situation a bit more possible. We could not have done it without you.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Patty’s honor to The Gosnell Memorial Hospice House, The American Cancer Society, or any foundation for brain cancer research.

To share a memory or leave a message of condolence, please visit Patty’s Book of Memories Page at

Arrangements are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043.
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A Celebration of Life will be held in June of 2020.



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Sarah Liziewski

Posted at 04:45pm
I am so sorry to learn of Patty's illness and death. I had the pleasure of knowing Patty during our years together in Falmouth schools. She always had a big, beautiful smile on her face and went out of her way to help others. My deepest sympathy to Kayla and the entire family.

Amy Blackburn

Posted at 11:17am
I will always remember Patty's warm spirit of can-do enthusiasm. She had an extraordinary love for her daughter Kayla, and her face lit up whenever she mentioned her, which was often. Her favorite place was the happiest place on earth - Disney World. Patty celebrated happy times, surmounted obstacles, took on challenges, and made a positive difference in the world around her. I am grateful to have had the blessing of knowing her. I wish her family peace at a very difficult time.
- Amy Blackburn

Lauritz Dyhrberg

Posted at 02:59pm
My deepest sympathies to all of Patty's family. I have many wonderful memories of watching her grow and evolve into the warm, caring woman she became. Best wishes to all the Lalumiere family.

Denise Buhelt Dyer

Posted at 07:20pm
Patty was a representative from Maine to Maryland. I think it was in 1981 or 1982 (could have been 1980 even) for the Rainbow Girls. When she got up to speak, the zipper on the back of her dress blew out—-and as she turned to the microphone she told us “my zipper broke” right into the mic. Someone grabbed a sweater for her, she made her remarks and she showed us all how cool she was under pressure. Been following her journey, and praying for comfort for you all.

Denise (Buhelt) Dyer, Falmouth High, class of 1980 and neighbor from across the river. Say high to our folks Patty.

Susan Coffman

Posted at 04:54pm
To Kayla and Patty's family,
I am so sorry to hear of Patty's passing. I had the privilege of working with Patty for more than 11 years in the Executive Partner Program at W&M. She was, indeed, a special person who could manage a million challenges and so many different personalities with such ease. She was the heart of the program and the person who kept the program so successful through many leadership changes at the college. She was a dear friend and brought light and brightness to all. We have lost a star, but she is remembered with much love and respect for her many contributions to the college and its students, staff, and volunteers. With my deepest sympathy,
Sue Coffman, Executive Partner Emeritus, Mason School of Business

Sue Coffman, Executive Partner Emeritus, Mason School of Business

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