BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. Lillian Marie Binette, 87, passed away Thursday evening, April 1, 2004, at Hospice of Palm Beach County, following a courageous battle with cancer. Born Feb. 6, 1917, to the late Ralph and Myrtle (Bishop) Daigle. She graduated from Old Town_High School and resided in Old Town_until 1977, when she moved to Florida. Lillian was well known for her culinary talents, especially her homemade yeast bread and maple frosted pineapple cake. She was an accomplished seamstress, personally designing outfits for herself, her family and friends. She will be sadly missed by all whose lives she touched, and remembered for her loving care, generosity, loyalty to family and her consideration and courtesy to all others. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Clarence E. Binette; five brothers and two sisters. Devoted mother of Catherine M. Bradbury of Winterport, Delvina M. Ader of Boynton Beach, Fla., Clarence J. Binette of Bradley, and Elizabeth Ann Binette of Siler City, N.C., and two “daughters of her heart,” Rebecca Binette of Bradley, and Sandra Lee_Horn of Monroe. She is also survived by two sisters, Pauline J. Daigle of Lake Worth, Fla., and Marion King of Stafford, Va.; eight grandchildren, Bonny L. (Bradbury) Trupiano of Corona, Calif., Sandra M. O’Donnell of Clermont, Fla., Daniel M. Ader of Vidalia, Ga., Mark Binette of Old Town, Christopher Binette of Bradley, Suzanne White of Bradley, John C. Dooley of Bennett, N.C., and Claudia L. Dooley of Southern Pines, N.C.; eight great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and a host of dear and loyal friends. A memorial service and celebration of her life is being planned for August to accommodate family travel. Date and time will be published at a later date.