Let the memory of Chadrenne be with us forever
  • 37 years old
  • Born on March 1, 1980 .
  • Passed away on January 16, 2018 .

Please join the family in the celebration of the life of Chadrenne on February 3, 2018.

The gathering will be held from 1 - 5pm, with the ceremony beginning at 2pm. Location will be at the Maryland National Golf Club.
8836 Hollow Road
Middletown MD, 21769

If you would like to make a donation in Chadrenne's name, please give a contribution to your local animal rescue organization as a reflection of her love for all animals.

Chadrenne was so vibrant, full of life and love. We will remember and miss her forever.

Full obituary below:

Chadrenne Boutelle Blouin, 37 years old, of Middletown, passed away in her sleep on Tuesday January 16th after a long struggle with Lyme's Disease and co-infections.

Her family and friends celebrated her many achievements and surrounded her during her recent medical difficulties. She had been happy to see her medical condition improving recently.

Chadrenne led an idyllic childhood raised on the family farm surrounded by many cats, dogs, horses, nature and doting family. She was an avid horseback rider and as a member of Frederick Pony Club she rode her horse Mayflower with the Games Team to many events including the Prince Phillip Cup at Madison Square Garden.

She also enjoyed modeling and acting. Chadrenne earned the crown of Miss Teen of Frederick in 1996 and competed at Miss Teen USA that year in San Diego. She appeared with the Frederick Town Players in "Noises Off" and "Lion in Winter" as well as her high school production of "The Wiz".

Chadrenne graduated from Middletown High School in 1998, received a Bachelor of Arts/English & Psychology from Hood College and Master of Arts/Teaching Secondary English from Towson State University.

Chadrenne had traveled the world during Semester at Sea as well as numerous trips to eastern and western Europe. A devoted educator, she was awarded "Teacher of the Year" in 2012, at Long Reach High School in Howard County . She loved teaching and she loved her students. Many have kept in contact with her after her illness with Lymes forced her to put her career on hold. Chadrenne was a voracious reader with one of her many favorite quotes from Pablo Picasso, "The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." , the legacy she will be remembered for as a teacher.

Chadrenne will always be remembered as a loving daughter and special member of her large family. She was forever kind and sensitive to others and animals. She is survived by her mother, Marjorie Blouin, step -father Dan Gilman, Father Ray Blouin, step-mother Joanne Blouin, half -sister Piper Blouin Foley-Schultz, half -brother Mikey Blouin. Her loving boyfriend Ricky Hopkins , and aunts, uncles and cousins too numerous to mention who were near and dear to her heart and she in theirs. Her uncle William Lewis Bishop, her half- sister Bonnie Blouin and her half -brother Blaize Blouin and her grandmothers Ellen Boutelle and Connie Gilman preceded her in death.

A celebration of life will be at the Maryland National Golf Club in Middletown, from 1 to 5 pm, with ceremony beginning at 2pm on Saturday Feb 3. If you would like to make a donation in Chadrenne's name, please give a contribution to your local animal rescue organization as a reflection of her love for all animals. http://chadrenne-boutelle-blouin.forevermissed.com/

Published Online in The Frederick News-Post from Jan. 31 to Feb. 1, 2018

Published in Print in The Frederick News-Post on Feb. 1, 2018


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Posted by Ashley Hudson on 12th March 2018
I wrote a letter for my class to Chadrenne Blouin honoring her memory and the impact she made in my life back at lrhs. As i fought back tears i talked about how you cared about your students and saw them as more than just students, ypu cared, you gave advice, you changed so many young lives for the better. I am beyond grateful to have known you and your loving free spirit. Ill never forget the first day of class, when you told us to pick out the lie and we thought you'd never shave your head and throw the hair into a volcano, but you did. You lived an amazing life and im saddened it was cut short but i know you're at peace. With love, Ashley
Posted by Ray Blouin on 10th March 2018
I'll be heading into the recording studio this evening [10 March] to record the two songs that I have written in the memory of daughter Chadrenne. It is all I can do to get through them. But, my producer works miracles and I look forward to it.
Posted by Amanda Simmons on 22nd February 2018
I looked up to chadrenne and loved her for the caring friend she was to me growing up.I didnt have many friends and she never treated me like anything other than a best friend .We loved horses so much we would spend our days on her farm riding with no bridles bareback threw the fields and spend our nights watching rocky horror picture sgow her favorite movie in the oldest farm house ive ever been in .we were just talking and were supposed to get together she had her soulmate and though her life wasnt going as planned she was optimistic and appreciative of all the people in her life.She was a friend when i had no one she was an inspiration to me then and now and i will never forget her..Fly high beautiful lady you will be missed
Posted by Marjorie Blouin on 11th February 2018
Comments from obituary as of 2/11/18: February 7, 2018 Very sorry to hear about Chadrenne. I lost my daughter 6 months ago after a 28-year long battle with Lyme and coinfections. May they rest in peace. Karen Cameron, San Antonio, February 5, 2018 I was so saddened to hear about Chadrenne's passing. I'm sorry I wasn't in the area to attend her memorial. My thoughts and prayers go out to Marjorie and Dickcy. Bambi Prigel, Knoxville, MD February 3, 2018 My heart goes out to Chadrenne's family, loved ones and friends...sending heart felt condolences for your loss. May you always remember what a beautiful soul she was. I did not know her, but she sounds like an amazing soul. Thank you for sharing her story about Lyme and tick borne diseases. I also have several tick borne diseases. I really feel for you all Laura Piccolo, Land o Lakes, FL February 3, 2018 I did not know Chadrenne however after reading her obituary I felt compelled to light a candle in memory of her. I am a 31 year old who also has Lyme disease. I pray her family will be able to heal and I am sending my condolences to them. MacKenzie Bonilla, Orlando, FL Contact Me LIGHT A February 3, 2018 We remember Chadrenne as a vivacious youngster riding, swimming, loving life with her family and friends. She was beautiful here with us and is still beautiful in heaven, safe in the arms of all those family members who left before. Our deepest sympathy to Marjorie and her family. We understand your loss and deeply embrace you. Diana Van Gilder and family February 2, 2018 Dear Marjorie, Chadrenne was a wonderful person, so kind and sweet. Even though, I only knew her from her dental appointments with me, and through you, I could tell she loved being an educator,loved her animals,loved her boyfriend, and loved you very much. I remember you showing me pictures of her going to the prom so happy and beautiful in her gown. She surely did suffer with her health conditions. You were a wonderful Mother for her, and you always put her needs first. So glad you have had that loving relationship. My heart goes out to you, for her passing on. You and your family are in my prayers. Sincerely, Your Dental Hygienist, Cindy Routzahn Cindy Routzahn, Woodsboro, MD February 2, 2018 It is so sad to read this obituary of a beautiful young woman who died as a result of tick borne diseases. I lost my son, Kevin, 29 yrs. old to lyme disease on 10/08/2017. so I know how broken your heart must be. I will pray for you. I know that your Chadrenne, is an angel in heaven. May she rest in peace and may she be with God. Peggy Boyce Furey, Conshohocken, PA SHARE February 2, 2018 I am so sorry Marjorie Blouin. Kamolthip Meyers
Posted by Piper Blouin Foley-Schult... on 6th February 2018
I consider myself to be a writer. I knew I wanted to write something for Chadrenne, but I honestly spent a week staring at a blank page. How could I formulate a coherent sentence when my heart hurt so badly? Where do I even begin? The stomach bug hit our house like an atomic bomb last week. As I was standing in the scalding shower washing dried toddler vomit out of my hair, I had a series of memories drift into my head…fair warning, they’re a little gross. We were on our first Blouin family trek across the country- two insane adults and four kids (ages 6-12) all packed into a van seeing the country’s grandest natural beauties. After a day of winding around and around the twisting roads of the Redwoods, my six-year-old tummy had had enough. I bellowed for a bucket. My mom thrust a cup under my mouth while Chadrenne, who had been sitting next to me, shot back as far as the space in our van allowed. After emptying the entire contents of my stomach, Chad looked at me with those big, brown eyes and said, “Ya done?” Such a bleeding heart, my sister. A few years later, Chadrenne was down in Virginia on her Spring Break which always coincided with Easter. Dad had brought home these super cool jelly bean holders for each of us. They had five or six compartments, each a different color and filled with a corresponding color and flavor of jelly bean. We dove in and Chadrenne taught us the fine art of throwing one up in the air and catching it with our mouths. Being a novice, most of mine ended up on the floor, under the couch, or being eaten by Phoebe the Wonderdog. Chadrenne, however, was an expert and ate all of those jelly beans in one sitting. It was later that night that I began to suspect that Chadrenne was part unicorn. Who else could puke rainbows? The very last time I saw Chadrenne, she was well into her battle with Lyme’s. She had come down to visit us and even though she was unwell, she still took the trip. That night, she slept in my old room. When she got up the next morning, I asked her how she slept. “Pretty great!” She replied. “Oh, I did hork in your trash can, though.” Such a classy dame, my sister. That last visit shook me to my core. Chadrenne’s sickness had taken its toll-she has uncontrollable tremors, she barely ate, her hair was graying, and even though we had lots of laughs that weekend, that impish sparkle in her eye had dimmed. But I refuse to remember her like that. Instead, I will remember Chadrenne as she was from my childhood. Those big, brown eyes filled with mischief and delight. That lion’s mane of curly brown locks. The way her chin dimpled just before she broke into that killer smile that we all knew and loved. How she took foods that looked totally gross to my adolescent palate and made them look succulent. Seriously, she convinced my chicken tender-French fry loving 9-year-old self to try escargot. She helped me “dress up” for our sister’s wedding reception: A jean miniskirt, over-sized t-shirt off the shoulder, bunched on the hip and held together with a scrunchie all topped off with a side pony-tail. Quite the fashionista, my sister. To be fair-it was the 90’s. I will remember her long fingers gesticulating gracefully in the air as she spoke. That Chadrenne way of talking with the slight elongated “s” sound…as if she never adjusted to not having braces. How she voiced the inner monologue of every animal she saw. Her twisted sense of humor. Her talent. How deeply she loved. A friend of mine gave my daughter a stuffed unicorn for Christmas. I have a tendency to give fun names to all of my kid’s toys. I have decided to name the unicorn Chadrenne. My kids never got to meet their Aunt, but they will know her name and they will know that Chadrenne is nothing short of magical…rainbow puke and all.
Posted by Ray Blouin on 5th February 2018
LISTEN TO YOUR HEART [Ray Blouin] CH1: Listen to the sound, of the risin' gale Listen to the cry, of the baby's wail Listen to the song, listen to the prayer Listen to your heart, wipe away a tear 1. When she was just a young girl, I'd take her by the hand We'd walk our hilly woods singing songs We'd sit & watch the Autumn colors tumble all around & chase the dog - 'cross the leaf strewn ground Memories are swirlin' all around CH2: Hear it it the wind, howlin' through the trees Hear it by the bank, of the rushing stream Hear it the song, hear it in the prayer Hear it your heart, wipe away a tear 2. Her laughter rang out across the red rock canyon wall And echoed off the cliff face 'cross the forde We'd hike along high mountain trails & camp along the streams Dad & his daughter just fifteen Memories are swirling like a dream CH3: Sing it to the sky, sing it to the sea Sing it 'til it rings....sing it out for me Sing it for the ones, that listen to the prayer Sing it from the heart, wipe away a tear 3. They could tell by my look, when they came home through the door That my heart had broken ... this time She's gone, her Mom said, & I sank down to the floor She's gone my anguished heart cried "God what for! ?" My memory of that moment's ripped & torn CH4: Cryin' in the wind, she's laughin' 'cross the gorge Racing on ahead, callin' through the woods Listen to her song, listen to her prayer Listen to her heart, wipe away a tear Listen to her heart, wipe away a tear, Listen to your heart...............
Posted by Joann Blouin on 5th February 2018
For Chadrenne- February 3, 2018 It is not my intent to preach, but I feel a bit of background is important. I have a strong Christian Faith but I am not religious. I do not follow the man-made rules of religion that divide so many people. Chadrenne always respected that. In my faith, God is love, so, by extension, Chadrenne is the most Godly person I know. She is the epitome of love. I have never met anyone else like her. To be in Chadrenne’s presence is to feel her warmth and compassion and infinite love for you. She doesn’t even have to say anything: just a look and a smile is all it takes. Her love envelopes like a security blanket. Chadrenne is love personified! Her love was not reserved just for humans, though. She loved nature and felt most at peace when walking outdoors or sharing pears from her “orchard.” I read somewhere that dogs are the best judge of character. To say our dogs, Riley and Penny adored Chadrenne is an understatement. Chad had such a way with them. They loved the undivided attention she gave them and they responded to the way she talked to them while rubbing their ears. (“Who loves their ears rubbed? Who’s my good boy? Who’s my sweet girl?”) Chad’s love extended to house cats, feral cats, all stray cats and, of course, horses. In my faith, God sent Jesus to be the ultimate role model. We all know Chadrenne is a spiritual person, but she was more Christ-like than she may have realized. Jesus went out of his way to show compassion and love to all, especially the outcasts. Ditto for Chadrenne! When I told Chadrenne that my brother was gay, she not only accepted the fact, but she embraced it. Chadrenne became very close to my brother Darrin and his husband Steve. She would visit them whenever she came to Virginia (granted they have 2 dogs so that may have been the real reason.) Chad invited them to lunch at the Main Cup when they were passing through to John’s Hopkins once. Again, she goes out of her way to love people. When Piper and Jaike got married 7 years ago, we did not hire a wedding planner- it was an outdoor country wedding so how hard could it be? On the day of the wedding, the details were not coming together quickly enough so Chadrenne jumped in and organized place settings, center pieces, you name it. That is typical, right? She saw an opportunity to help and did so with grace. Were you all aware of how much Chadrenne loved books??? In 1992 we drove all 4 kids cross country in a van. We told 12 year old Chadrenne to pack light. She had Uni (a very large stuffed unicorn), a medium duffle for clothes and a large one for books. We told her she had to leave some stuff behind. I am pretty sure she took out her shoes and hiking boots, but parted with very few books. If I recall, she toted 30 books cross country and read them all!! She still managed to hike part of the Grand Canyon in sandals. Chadrenne cannot sing or dance- she was the first to admit it. We attended her HS theater performance as Head of the Flying Monkeys in the Whiz. It was the only non-singing part. There was a sort-of dance but the monkeys huddled around her to hide her missteps. Her acting, however, was amazing!! Even though Chadrenne could not sing, she loved all kinds of music. Because of her, I have copies of Enya, Evanescence, Eddie From Ohio and Doctor Demento. You have not lived until your kids sing “Fish heads, fish heads, rolly, polly fish heads. Fish heads, fish heads, eat them up, yum.” Off key, course! Our last time with Chadrenne was last summer. She organized a jam session so we could play music with her friends. She always appreciated and loved her dad’s musical talent and really wanted to show him off. It was at this jam that she coined the term “step-friend” when introducing me to her friends. I was never a step-mom but always her friend. Many years ago on one of Chad’s visits, she brought her modeling portfolio. She shared it with my mom first. Chad was barely wearing an assortment of one piece and bikini bathing suits. My mom said she wanted to see the look on Ray’s face when she showed him. Chadrenne had a beautiful figure so she had the right to flaunt it. Of course there was the phase where Chadrenne shaved her hair off on her honeymoon, became a raw vegan and lost lots of weight. Ray and I refer to that period as her “Ethiopian Poster Child” phase. By the time of Piper’s wedding (post Jason), she had her curvy figure back. I commented” “Nice butt and boobs, Chadrenne.” She immediately pointed to her chest and said; “these aren’t button boobs they are more like melons!” Chadrenne loved humor most of all. And even though she and I shared and laughed at all those classic, yet terrible, Helen Keller jokes, I would like to end with a quote from Helen Keller. “What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us.” It is safe to say that Chadrenne will be part of us forever.
Posted by LaDonna Wenk on 3rd February 2018
I am still at a loss for words, Chadrenne was always a fun free spirited soul. Marjorie my thoughts and prayers are with you. I know chadrenne is in good company with Michael and "big momma". Hugs to you and your family
Posted by Steve Bill on 3rd February 2018
I had the privilege to know and be with Chadrenne back when we were in Noises Off together. She was a great actress - funny, intelligent and beautiful!! She was always warm and welcoming to me and my family. We even were invited to and made several Christmas parties at the Blouin household. Great memories. I will miss Chadrenne but will never forget her. Peace.
Posted by Anne Blum on 2nd February 2018
Chadrenne, I still can’t believe you left... way too soon... we still had many things to share, many times to meet.... Chadrenne.... I am so sad, no words to describe this terrible loss...I miss you, I will have you in my heart forever. Love you! Your Swiss Sister, Anne
Posted by Lori Garnant on 2nd February 2018
A bright and beautiful soul has left this world too soon, leaving it a sadder place. Love and condolences to her family. . .Bruce and Lori Garnant
Posted by Sue Nunn on 2nd February 2018
Dear Marge and Dan, I was privileged to live at the Boutelle farm when Chadrenne was a curly-topped, happy, eight-year-old. She was Dr. Doolittle personified by a little girl. She would walk around the house with her cat, Spots, draped around her shoulders like a live fur stole. Sometimes Spots would walk into the room dressed in doll clothes, as if he were going on a date. My yellow lab Murphy would steal her mittens and socks and squirrel them away in his crate. When Catherine’s cockatiel, Chas, escaped from the house and flew to a tree by the creek, Chadrenne whistled and talked him into perching on the proffered pool cleaner, and brought him back home. But my favorite memory of Chadrenne is so vivid in my mind, I’ll never forget it: There was an old green wicker pony cart in the barn. One day, Chad captured a pony and figured out the harness. She put two-year-old Drake into the cart, and drove down to the picnic grounds to gather daffodils. I walked out of the house to see her driving back to the barn – imagine a sunny Spring day, a happily beguiled pony drawing a green wicker cart driven by a beautiful, confident child with her towheaded baby cousin on the seat next to her, surrounded by daffodils. I wish I had a photograph. Chadrenne, you are missed by all of your friends and family and animals. Love, Sue Nunn
Posted by Rhonda Mason on 1st February 2018
You we're way too young your candle blower burned out way too soon. We will remember you and all the races that we have seen you at it was a joy to get to know you rest in peace my friend.
Posted by CINDY Do on 30th January 2018
I met chadrene first time at my nails shop back than she was high school teacher in Columbia MD, slowly she refer her mom and her aunty to my QUEEN NAILS SHOP, she was a healthy ,happy ,beautiful and bright person I really like her as a good customer ,and slowly we became good friend, she would tell me about her life ,she would often share her thoughts and we would always talk to each other about everyday life .I saw her from a healthy person to the day she sadly became ill, the last time I saw her , I was so happy when she told me it was ok. She came along way to see me even When im not in the state, she came I know not to just get her nails done by me but to also see me as her friend.We would always talk and see each other on Facebook. It was so sad and shock to me she really left this world. But I know she come to a better world, worry free and no sickness or illness she will be healthy again.. I know with her peaceful mind she will be RIP And she will be in my heart and mind always also in my prayers. Our deepest condolences ,we will missed you dearly
Posted by Kathie Gares on 29th January 2018
The light on your candle blew out much too soon. You had so much more to give. The earth grieves your passing.
Posted by Lois Palmer on 27th January 2018
Thank you Chad for the memories.
Posted by Anne Wills on 25th January 2018
Its with a heavy heart hearing that my dear friend Chadrenne has passed away! I love her so much as well as her mom and dad and her very special kitties!!! I owe an awful lot to such a beautiful family. My tears wont stop. Chadrenne was a beautiful spiritual young lady who was always so kind. She fought a long hard battle. We first met years ago when we went out to help her when her kitty went missing. We had adventures together, support for each other during our illnesses and so much more. Chadrenne had a love and passion for all animals. The kind of love and passion that we humans should have towards each other. She extended that love to everyone who's life she touched! A beautiful, sincere and gracious young lady whom everyone adored. When I think of Chadrenne it is always with a smile and a warm feeling of genuine kindness that pours from her very being. When I see her smile I think of the beautiful Peonies that she and her mom picked for me from their yard. I have one of them pressed in a book. Will forever love her. Marjorie, we should never have to go thru this with one of our children. I cannot imagine your loss. Please know that my prayers are with you at this time.
Posted by Shey Detterline on 24th January 2018
I've been trying to come up with the perfect words to leave for my oldest friend and closest cousin, but words were always her forte. When I think of Chadrenne I think of color, vibrance, light, passion and levity. She taught me confidence, the love of literature and horses, to appreciate the mystical imaginative sides of the world, to love nature, dancing and standing tall, to be proud of family and loyal to friends, and most of all she taught me the beauty of being real. Raw, true, and unpretentiously authentic, Chadrenne was unapologetically beautiful, and faced the world every day just as she was. The whole world loved her in return. Chadrenne and I grew up along side each other only being 13 months apart in age, and the memories we've shared are the foundations of my life. With her I shared my first horseback ride, my first taste of alcohol (consequently my first hangover), my first time dipping my toes in the Chesapeake bay, my first time camping under the stars, my first (and second, and third) time singing to Madonna/rollerskating/watching the Labyrinth/having sleepovers/swimming in the creek, and the closest person I had to a big sister. We were soul sisters, connected through time and space, and as such is life, that love and devotion will remain as long as I live. I'm not sure what life will look like without you here, but I do know that it will be forever brighter having known you. Rest in peace Chad.
Posted by Christina Ballard on 24th January 2018
I will never forget reconnecting with you when we bumped into one another at the MD Ren Fair. You had shaved your head on a whim and you looked amazing, as always!! I guess we truly got to know one another during the production of The Wiz in high school oh so many moons ago. I will certainly miss your silly posts of cats and other animals, not to mention sending you photos of odd cat products you should purchase. I loved that we shared a love of old photos too <3 You will certainly be missed by so many. Sending many prayers to your family during this hard time though I know they will find comfort in the many great memories they have of you.
Posted by Steve Sis on 24th January 2018
Chadrenne, I have known you since we were kids and you have always had a special place in my heart. I will miss you and love you forever.
Posted by Ricky Hopkins on 23rd January 2018
I know that we had a special time together. we talked about how we wasted so much time from our school days, but we both knew we needed to grow into who we were. I loved you girl. you were everything I had ever dreamed. I want to be angry, but I know that you would stay with me if you had the choice. I am glad for every second I had with you. how did we never run out of shit to talk about? we were exotic to say the least. I hope you rest easy sweetheart. know that I love you, and miss you very much. you have marked me like a tattoo on my heart. I will forever have you in my soul Chadrenne... I will catch you in the forever...I love you.
Posted by Amy Farber on 22nd January 2018
The world is a different place without Chadrenne in it. She was an old soul. I was fortunate to get to know her when we joined forces, along with her mom, on a local environmental cause that we ultimately won. Chadrenne got up and spoke passionately about environmental preservation at our annual Barn Dance and we handed out flyers in local neighborhoods to drum up awareness. She was loving, kind and open. Her hand print is everywhere in this beautiful valley. My prayers to Marjorie and the rest of the family as they deal with this unimaginable loss.
Posted by Sarah Barrick - Starr on 22nd January 2018
Chadrenne, as a little girl, you were my idol. I remember how excited I was that time Mom and Gary left town and arranged for you to stay with Samantha and I. That week was so much fun - my favorite memory was when you introduced us to The Rocky Horror Picture Show and taught us the Time Warp dance. I’ve thought about you over the years with fondness. I hope my daughter will have a free spirited and independent thinking young woman to look up to like Sammy and I had in you.
Posted by Chip Venters on 22nd January 2018
Chad was a beautiful old soul. A plain spoken intellectual. Funny as hell. A lover of animals and children. Passionate about so many things. Well read with a great eye for art. At once logical and then just as quickly, whimsical. Outspoken...and soft spoken. I have missed her since we moved from the Pleasant Valley Farm years ago...and will always miss her special spirit. They say the good die young...she was so good and way too young. Love you Chadrenne.
Posted by Jed Smith on 22nd January 2018
Marjorie, we are so sorry to hear the news. Nothing will take away the pain you are feeling and I can't even begin to imagine it. If you need anything at all please reach out to us. We are thinking of you.
Posted by Joyce Spiker on 22nd January 2018
Blond curls smiles Wee friend When Unicorns pirouette Inside of your room RIP DEAR CHADRENNE
Posted by Krista Wilson on 22nd January 2018
I remember riding our ponies, talking about ponies, grooming ponies, planning to do things with our ponies, any more ponies ponies ponies with you. I remember being mildly jealous that some of your horses had LOTRs names. And I loved Mayflower. In recent years I enjoyed following you on FB and hoped you would get well enough to come play ponies again one day. I am sure you are again now that you’re free from your body and it’s reatrictions. Love.
Posted by Linda Lee on 22nd January 2018
Although we only met you last September in Fribourg, Switzerland at Anne & Cyril's wedding, you certainly made an impression. You had just sprained your arm from a fall in the shower, which made things difficult for you, but you were in great spirits and didn't let that affect your joy to see your dear friends married & enjoy the beautiful wedding. You were taken too soon & so unexpectedly, but you touched many lives & hearts. May you rest in peace & be eternally beautiful. Francis & Linda (Hong Kong)
Posted by Lee Venters on 22nd January 2018
Chadrine was a beautiful lady both were in body and soul. I only got to know her briefly at the farm in Middletown,MD. We stayed in touch with each other on social media. I can not say how much I Enjoyed sharing my travels with hers. I’m really going to miss that . She was a very special soul. She will be missed...My deepest condolences go out to Margerie and all the familiy...love to all Lee
Posted by Maya Haines on 21st January 2018
Chadrenne touched my heart, from the first moment I met her. Her irreverant, funny, intelligent banter captivated me. Her heart made me love her like a sister. I was so lucky to have met her, been her friend, and each other's confidante. Her passing has left a hole in my heart that will not be fillled. I will keep it open because no one will ever be a friend like Chadrenne was to me. She is horribly missed, and will forever be loved!!
Posted by Anita Schipper Caplan on 21st January 2018
So sorry ! Words can not help. I hope memories may.

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