Jeanne R. MacDougall
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WILMINGTON- Jeanne Rae MacDougall, 75, a resident of Castle Hill Road, died December 17 at her home. Mrs. MacDougall was born in McKeesport, PA, on May 7, 1942, the daughter of the late George, and Jessie (Black) Rodgers. Mrs. MacDougall was preceded in death by her husband, Alan Miles MacDougall.

Growing up in McKeesport, she attended local schools and received a bachelor’s degree in business. Upon graduating, Mrs. MacDougall worked for the US State Department. She was very civically involved in Wilmington, helping the Deerfield Valley Food Pantry, Friends of Historic Memorial Hall, was a member of the Brattleboro Woman’s Chorus, and attended her beloved St. Mary’s in the-Mountains Episcopal Church.

Mrs. MacDougall was a world traveler, she was an instructor in Scottish Highland country dancing, and loved all things Scottish.

She is survived by cousin Linda Eminson and her husband Thomas, and their daughter, Dawn Svor, all of Round Rock, TX; cousins in Ohio, Florida, Washington State, and Pennsylvania; special friends Elizabeth McEwen, of Wilmington, and Zachary Dziedzic, of Baltimore; and numerous close friends in Vermont and all over the world.

Memorial services for Mrs. MacDougall will be announced at a later date. To send the family personal condolences visit

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Diana Scott
January 04, 2018
We will miss you cousin, Love you !

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