Pauline Beaudoin, 80, died April 7, 2008, at MaineGeneral Medical Center, Thayer Unit, in Waterville. She was born in Lewiston on September 29, 1927, the daughter of Alcide and Marie Alice Bilodeau Beaudoin. She attended Holy Family School in Lewiston, graduated from St. Dominics High School in Lewiston, obtained a B.A. from Emmanuel College in Boston, MA, and an M.A. from Boston College. She entered the Dominican Order in 1947 and taught in Sabattus, ME, Boston and Cambridge, MA, and Staten Island, NY. She also taught at St. Dominics High School and eventually became Principal of St. Peters and St. Pauls School in Lewiston. After leaving the Dominican Order in 1967, Pauline worked as a counselor in Job Corps in Poland Spring, ME and later taught at the Lisbon Middle School for twenty years. During that time she was also very active as Lector and Eucharistic Minister in her parish, St. Annes Church, in Lisbon. In 1987, she became one of the first Associates of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Lyon. Retiring as a teacher in 1989, she became involved tutoring adults in Reading, English as a second language, and Basic Math. Two evenings a week she tested adults who wished to obtain their GED. Her greatest joy was seeing people succeed, especially when they seemed to be so unsure of themselves. Pauline was also a volunteer Eucharistic Minister at dYouville Pavilion in Lewiston, ME and a volunteer for the Diocesan SEARCH Program, visiting the elderly who lived alone. Survivors include one sister, Sr. Marie Therese Beaudoin, CSJ, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Pauline is predeceased by a brother, Jean Paul, three sisters: Marie Therese Lugner, Jacqueline Michaud, and Yvette Grondin. Friends may call from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, April 11 at the Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St. in Waterville, ME. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, April 12, at 9:00 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Church in Winslow followed by burial at St. Francis Cemetery in Waterville. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of ones choice.