A funeral has been scheduled for the Vermont woman police say was killed by her ex-boyfriend in Barre.
Courtney Gaboriault will be laid to rest at 11 a.m. on July 14 at St. Michael’s Catholica Church in Greensboro Bend, according to an obituary published online Monday in the Caledonia Record.
Police say Gaboriault, 29, was shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend last Wednesday at her apartment in what they’ve described as an apparent murder-suicide related to domestic violence.
In Gaboriault’s obituary, she is described as enjoying outings and travel, tennis, the Cleveland Cavaliers, fantasy football and her beloved dog Roscoe (aka Guggy).
“She is remembered by all who knew her for her loving and bubbly personality, and especially for her kindness and selflessness towards others,” the obituary stated.
For nearly five years, Gaboriault worked in the Vermont Department of Public Safety’s Crime Information Center. More recently, she was the administrative services coordinator for the state’s marijuana registry.