Lorraine M. Eglody

  • Born: November 2, 1946
  • Died: April 7, 2019
  • Location: Auburn, New Hampshire

Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory

1799 Elm St
Manchester, NH 03104

Tel. (603) 625-6951

Tribute & Message From The Family


Lorraine M. (Henderson) Eglody, 72, of Manchester, NH and Hernando, FL passed away in the home of her daughter in Auburn, NH surrounded by her loved ones, after a prolonged and courageous battle with cancer.

She was born in Beverly, MA on November 2, 1946 to Earl and Grace (Clark) Henderson of Hamilton, MA where she grew up with her four siblings. She then met and married her husband of 46 years, Louis M. Eglody and settled in Manchester NH, where they remained until 2004.

In her 20's she worked at the Manchester, NH Merchants National Bank in mortgaging and the first generation of credit cards. In 1976 Lorraine joined her husband in expanding his business, "Lou's Floor Coverings" which they operated together for over 35 years in Manchester and Hooksett NH.

Lorraine's loving and generous nature was evidenced in her volunteer work at the Manchester YWCA, helping other women and underprivileged children, instructing aerobics, and starting the "Shape Up Shop". Lorraine was also very active with the First Congregational Church in Manchester as a Lay Minister, assisting the elderly, and an active member of the "Women's Union".

In 2005 "Louie and Lorrie" built a home in Hernando, FL and Lorraine took a sales position at Accent Tile and Carpet.

She loved the outdoors, her favorite place being her camp on Sebago Lake around the campfire with friends and family. She loved hiking, yard sailing, camping, fishing, yard work, cribbage, scrabble and especially keeping things clean and organized! She was the definition of a "social butterfly" and dearly loved by all that knew her.

She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Louis Eglody in 2011.

Her family includes two children, her son, Michael Eglody of Hooksett, NH and her daughter, Michele Eglody and her fiancé, George Georgopoulos, of Auburn, NH; four siblings, Earl Henderson Jr. of Lansing MI, Beverly Young and her husband, Paul Young, of West Newbury, MA, Charlotte Henderson of Inverness, FL and Deborah Carmichael and her husband, Dennis, of Lansing; MI, two sisters-in-law, Shari Fedin and husband, Joseph, of Billings, MT and Kristi Eglody of Manchester, NH; and nieces and nephews. Lorraine was also grateful to love and be loved by her close companion, Terry "Max" Sanders during her last years amongst us.

A memorial service was held on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at First Congregational Church, 508 Union St., Manchester, NH. Committal prayers followed at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery, 110 Daniel Webster Highway, Boscawen, NH.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the National Breast Cancer Foundation at https://donate.nationalbreastcancerorg.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Sending our heartfelt condolences to Michael, Michelle and all of Lorraine's family. We've known Lorraine and Louie for several years. Both were always friendly and fun to be with. We will miss you, Lorraine, may you both rest in peace.

Posted by Bill & Kathy Tucker - Raymond, ME - Friend   April 15, 2019

Michelle and Michael Sorry I can not attend your Mother's funeral today but will be praying for you all. We remember the week ends you and your parents spent at Keyser Pond and Jeff and Shari played together while your parents would sit by the camp fire and visit. Frances Hastings

Posted by A friend   April 11, 2019

Lorraine will be missed terribly by myself and all the people whose lives she touched here at Sebago.
Lou and Lorraine were both valued members of the community and great neighbors. I miss you both.

Posted by Barry MacKay - Raymond, ME - friend   April 10, 2019

Michele, Ken and I are deeply sorry for your loss. Your mothers light lives within you. May her memory be eternal. With much regret I will not be able to attend the visiting ours tonight, however you and your family are in my prayers.

Posted by JENNY DAKOS - CHESTER, NH   April 10, 2019

We loved the holidays at Walnut st. The quiche, the spinach pies, the ham with the side of Louie's beans. Then there was the pork & sour kraut. Lorries Xmas tree looked like a store window @ Macy's
I'm so proud of all that she did. Moving out of a small storefront into a modern store. She often racked up sales points for free stuff. She was so savvy. She modeled but wasn't afraid of getting dirty. She could name all the birds.
Lorrie was loving, giving and generous.
God bless her family.
God bless her memory.
We will miss her.

Posted by Deborah Carmichael - Lansing, MI - Family   April 09, 2019

Losing someone we love is never easy, but we must be thankful for, the beautiful moments and memories we shared with them. Your mother was a beautiful and kind soul, and she will not be forgotten.

Posted by Leif & Jill Young - Concord, CA - Family   April 09, 2019

Peace Be with You My Darling!

Posted by Max Sanders - Hernando, FL - Significant Other   April 09, 2019

Mike and Family,
May the healing grace of our Lord be with you.
- Bill & Patti Smillie

Posted by william Smillie - Manchester, NH - Friend   April 09, 2019

bless your hearts (family). new her many years ago. we had some good times. rip

Posted by A friend   April 09, 2019

May your memory live on in all those who your love and generous nature touched. I could not imagine a life without you as my mother and am so very lucky and proud to be your daughter. I know how hard you fought to be with George and I on our wedding day, but god had another plan for you and that's ok, as I know without doubt, you will be at the alter with dad, by our side. You are my guardian angel and guiding light forevermore. How now brown cow!

Posted by Michele Eglody - Auburn, NH - Daughter   April 08, 2019

To Mike and the entire Eglody family I would to extend my deepest sympathies on the passing of Lorraine. May her memories bring you comfort in the upcoming days.

Posted by David Chabot - Manchester, NH - Friend   April 08, 2019


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