Lorraine (Riordan) Wooster, loving wife of Gary S. Wooster, daughter of the late Dorothy (Conlon) and John Francis Riordan, passed away at her home at the age of 77 on Sunday, May 28, 2023 surrounded by her family after a long battle with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) and Vascular Dementia. Lorraine is survived by her loving and devoted husband Gary and their three children and their families: Gary and Laura Wooster, Cindy (Wooster) Farrell and Jeff Brine, Karen and Jeff Warren. Lorraine was so proud to be the grandmother of her grandchildren: Atlas and Eren, Evan, Tyler and Nicole, Grace, Colin, Thomas and Henry. Her great-granddaughter Carly was the apple of her eye! She loved all of them more than anything in the world and she was so happy when she was with them. She is survived by her siblings, John and Norma Riordan, Diane and Ken Dalzell, Kenny and Karen Riordan, Terry Browner, Judy and John Brady. She is also survived by William and Shirley Lyons, Stephen and Sharon Wooster, Robert and Darlene Wooster. Lorraine loved all thirteen nieces and nephews and would have loved to have met the three newest additions to the Browner family. Lorraine grew up on Myrtle St. in Medford and was one of six children. She attended parochial school as a child and later attended Medford High School. In her 20’s, Lorraine worked at Schrafft’s Candy and an insurance company in Boston. Lorraine and Gary were next door neighbors, high school sweethearts and were married at the Immaculate Conception Church (Malden) in 1966 before he shipped out to the Navy during the Vietnam War. The couple lived in Virginia when Gary was back in port and then she would fly back to her parents’ home in Medford when he was deployed. In 1970, they made their way to Billerica to raise their family and they have been there ever since. Lorraine and Gary were married for 57 years. As a family, they spent time camping, biking and visiting family. She did everything to take care of her kids and to make a loving home. Lorraine was pretty handy when the kids were little. She would make them dresses and she enjoyed crocheting. There wasn’t a day that went by that Lorraine wasn’t talking on the phone to her siblings about the nieces and nephews and all the goings on in the family. They would be on the phone for hours sharing stories about their kids and laughing. There were many big get togethers on Myrtle street when the kids were little. Lorraine was a wonderful big sister and enjoyed spending time with her siblings. When the kids were older, Lorraine was employed at Analog Devices, Computer Vision and Xylogics. The family were parishioners at St. Mary’s Church, Billerica. Lorraine and Gary enjoyed simple day trips and weekends away. They had fun going to New Orleans and Hershey, Pennsylvania. They bought a place in Wells, Maine and enjoyed many years spending time on the coast and taking in all the beauty of Maine. Lorraine was a devoted wife and mother who will be missed beyond measure. We would like to thank Merrimack Valley In Home Hospice Care for their dedication and compassion while they assisted our dad with caring for mum. In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the,Billerica Food Pantryor theThe Wish Project. Visiting hours will be held in the Burns Funeral Home, 354, Boston Rd., (Rt. 3A), Billerica, Tuesday, June 6, From 9:00 to 11:30 AM., followed by a service at 11:30 AM. Relatives and friends invited. Interment, Fox Hill Cemetery, Billerica.