Annette I. Lacasse Enjoyed soap operas and old movies Annette I. “Annie Bananie” Lacasse, 78, of Nashua, died Nov. 23, 2001, at Kindred Hospital in Peabody, Mass. Mrs. Lacasse was born Sept. 25, 1923, in Augusta, Maine, daughter of the late Joseph F. and Adele (Viger) Lacasse. She had lived in Nashua most of her life. She had been employed as an assembler at the former Horton and Hubbard Manufacturing Co. for many years. She was then employed as a machine operator assistant at Gregg’s and Son, also for many years, and as an assembler at Batesville Casket Co. for four or five years. Mrs. Lacasse enjoyed television, especially soap operas and old movies, and also liked doing the crossword puzzles in TV Guide. She was predeceased by three brothers, Adrien J. Lacasse, Arthur W. Lacasse and George Lacasse; and a sister, Yvette Boucher. Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Beverly and Paul Thebodeau of Nashua and Dorothy and Richard Gifford of Venice, Fla., four grandchildren, Paul Thebodeau, Paula Thebodeau, George Marshall and Stacey Marshall; nine great-grandchildren, Brent Hibbard, Miranda Hibbard, Michael Marshall, Krystal Marshall, Joshua Poirier, Amanda Marshall, Sean Marshall, Andrew Oehlert and Gillian Thebodeau; five brothers and sisters-in-law, Conrad and Marian Lacasse of Nashua, Hazel Lacasse of Merrimack, Andre and Billie Lacasse of North Port, Fla., Harvey and Helen Lacasse of Hudson, Gerald Lacasse of Concord, and Paul M. and Louise Lacasse of Hudson; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Madeleine and Joseph Burrows of Florida, Roger Boucher and Lorraine Pepin, both of Nashua. The Davis Funeral Home in Nashua is in charge of arrangements.