Julie Ann Paquin
March 15, 1962 - December 23, 2016
Buckinghamshire, UK – Julie Ann Paquin, 54, of Buckinghamshire and formerly of North Attleboro, MA died unexpectedly on Friday, December 23, 2016 at home.
Born March 15, 1962 in Attleboro, she was a daughter of Robert H. Paquin of Naples, Fl, formerly of North Attleboro and Lenore J. (Quinn) Paquin of North Attleboro. She was a step-daughter of James E. Bound of North Attleboro and Marie Paquin of Naples, Fl.
Julie was granddaughter of the late Leonard J. and Margaret “Bernice” (Spillane) Quinn.
She is survived by her sisters: Jill E. (Paquin) Curreri of Beverly and Leslie Paquin of North Attleboro; two brothers-in-law: Joseph J. Curreri of Beverly and Joseph Fontneau of North Attleboro; a nephew Robert James Paquin Curreri; aunts Brenda Quinn of North Attleboro and Beverly Rush of North Attleboro and many more; cousins: Leonard Dieterle of Franklin, Elizabeth Dieterle of North Attleboro, Lisa Gallagher of North Attleboro and many, many more.
Julie’s also survived by her second ‘family’ in England:Moire, Stewart and Callum Plain, Lisa and Nana Caddogan, George, Gillian, Joe and Charlie Simmons, Betty and Bob McEvoy, Evelyn Godoy, Peter and Kathy Beckett, Chris and Liz Comley and Mark and Dee Debenham.
Julie was a 1984 graduate of Emmanuel College in Boston. She was the president of her class and was the commencement speaker at her graduation ceremony. She gave an eloquent and poignant speech which prompted many accolades. In 1986 she was hired by the then Director of EDS, Ross Perot, as an account manager. She had a very lengthy and illustrious career at EDS earning her many promotions and an eventual placement in the UK working alongside the UK Ministry of Defence. This position earned her a lifetime stay in the UK where she continued to work for EDS which eventually was bought by Hewlett Packard Enterprises, where she worked as a business development director until the time of her death. Julie was renowned at her job and revered by many both professionally and personally.
Julie loved life, she loved to laugh and tell stories. She enjoyed music, concerts, going to the opera, eating at 5-star restaurants and traveling the world. Her favorite vacation by far was at the ocean in Cornwall, UK. But mostly Julie loved being with her friends and family.
Services will be held privately with arrangements by Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice.