DEXTER & SACO--Beverly "Rita" Vigue passed away November 23, 2021. She was born in Dexter, October 13, 1929, one of thirteen children to Daniel and Flora (Pullyard) Clukey.\n\nShe was educated in the Dexter school system. On May 15,1948 Rita married Lawrence Vigue also of Dexter.\n\nThey moved to Brunswick in 1955 where they lived for 9 years moving to Farmington in 1964. In Farmington she worked in the food services program for SAD #9. She was assistant leader of the Girl Scouts and was very active in the Farmington Emblem Club #460 for many years, including the club's booth at the Farmington Fair, her favorite volunteer job and time of the year.\n\nAfter retiring, Lawrence and Rita wintered in Florida for 24 years finally settling back to Maine in Saco. Rita became a member of the Southern Maine Area Agency on Aging and volunteered for the Hospice Bookstores in both Old Orchard and Biddeford. She was a member of Good Shepard Parish Church in Saco.\n\nSurvivors include a sister Crystal Carney and brother Patrick of Warwick, RI; her two daughters and their husbands, Diane and Dale Carstens of Saco, Kathleen and Donald Arsenault of Lewiston; four grandsons and their wives, Jeffrey Carstens and Heidi Tasker of Danville, Drs. Michael and Shirin Carstens of Chapel Hill, NC, Jason and Shannon Gousse of Newburyport, MA and Christopher and Jennifer Gousse of Lewiston; eight great grandchildren, Elijah, Asher, Ethan, Bailey, Haiden, Ali, Maya and Logan, known to them as "GG"; several nieces and nephews. She was loved by all and will be missed and remembered for her kindness and gentle manner.\n\nShe was predeceased by her parents and husband Lawrence of 53 years, her sisters, Cecila McCarthy, Athalie Bascom, Constance Winter, Audrey Byers, Eileen Mahoney and five brothers, Sinclair, Daniel, Hilary, Peter and Thomas.\n\nServices will be held in Dexter at St Anne's Church and Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in the spring.\n\nThe family wants to thank the staff at Wardwell Home in Saco and St. Andres Health Care Facility in Biddeford for all their care and kindness.\n\nIn lieu of flowers donations in her memory can be made to the Maine State Troopers Foundation,101 Bangor Road, Unity, ME 04988, the Wardwell Home, 43 Middle Street, Saco, ME 04072 or St. Andres Health Care, 407 Pool Street, Biddeford, ME 04005.