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Obituary: Diane Scrodin, 1949-2021 

Colchester woman was "a gentle and loving soul"

Published October 11, 2021 at 6:05 a.m. | Updated October 11, 2021 at 2:33 p.m.

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Diane Scrodin, 71, of Colchester, Vt., died on March 5, 2021, after a battle with ALS. She was born in Newport, Vt., to the late Pauline (Choquette) Fournier and the late Fernand Fournier.

She graduated from Sacred Heart High in Newport and Champlain College in Burlington. She had a career as a legal secretary and later worked at the University of Vermont. She will be remembered as a gentle and loving soul who was entertained by her much-loved cats.

She is survived by her husband, Michael Scrodin, of Colchester, and by her children and their spouses, Brian and Lee Carbonneau of Dallas, Ga.; Erik and Rachel Carbonneau of Rockville, Md.; Alison and Justin Breen of Short Hills, N.J.; Jon Carbonneau of Essex, Vt.; Mikala and Jeremy Wacker of Denver, Colo.; and Aundrea and Jeff Campbell of Benbrook, Texas. She is also survived by 12 grandchildren; two brothers, Marc Fournier of Westport, Mass., and Paul Fournier of Hinesburg, Vt.; one sister, Monica Barry of South Hadley, Mass.; and several nieces and nephews.

A memorial service shall be held on October 16, 2021, at the Daybreak Church, located at 67 Creek Farm Plaza, Colchester, Vt., at 1 p.m., and by live video on Call Mike at 802-238-8414 for additional information.

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