Obituaries

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SUMMERS, Sherrie
2019-03-18

In Chateauguay, on March 18, 2019, at the age of 43, Sherrie Summers passed away.

She is survived by her children Theresa (Joshua), Rebecca, Jacob and Tyler, her parents Sidney and Apryle, her grandson Roderick, her siblings Mark, Kathy, Robert (Karine) and Kenny (Cynthia), her cousins, nieces and nephews, and other relatives and friends.

The family will receive condolences at the funeral parlor :

 

Alexandre Nicole

Complexe Funéraire Châteauguay

96, boul. St-Jean-Baptiste

Châteauguay, 450 699-9919

www.alexandrenicole.com

on Thursday, March 21, from 10:30 am to 12 pm and from 1:30 to 7pm.  A commemorative service will take place at 7pm in the chapel of the parlor.

In her memory, donations can be made to the Hope & Cope Foundation of the Jewish General Hospital.

Testimonies of sympathy

My condolences to the family, she will be missed. RIP beautiful mama

Francesca Franchini

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Summers/Elsmore family.

Mark & Stephanie Leclerc

Please accept our deepest sympathies. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. 

Arlene and Tom Dickie Doheny (neighbours on Craik Street)

Words cannot describe how heartbroken our family was of the passing of your daughter. We have that hope of seeing her again in heaven and that brings solace in our hearts. Sherry showed extreme courage during her long illness. She spoke to me many times about living everyday to the fullness. We extend our deepest more heartfelt condolences. Sylvia and Mickey McGuire.

Sylvia Cacciatore

I would like to offer my deepest sympathies to the whole family in this difficult time. Sherrie was an inspiration and a warrior with such an amazing spirit and heart and I will greatly miss our chatsx

Heather Cessford Smith

My sincere condolences to Sherrie's family and friends. I have not seen Sherrie in many years but have fond memories of a wonderful person with a heart of gold.

Lisa Lombardi

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