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LEVESQUE, Lorraine
2023-03-07

To the memory of Lorraine Levesque (January 13, 1942 – February 18, 2023)

It is with profound sadness that the family of Lorraine Levesque announces her passing on February 18, 2023, at the age of 81 from COVID-related complications.

She was the loving mother of the late Danielle Simard Johnstone, and we are at peace knowing that they are now together. She will be mourned by her siblings James (Carol), Florence, Dorothy “Sissy” and Patsy (Bernard), her son-in-law Tony Armitage Johnstone, her nephew and faithful companion William, her “bonus” grandchildren and great-grandchildren, her nieces and nephews, the father of her daughter Robert Simard as well as numerous other relatives and friends. She was predeceased by her husband Halton Carrier, her parents Richard and Elizabeth Levesque and her brother Gerald.

Lorraine was born in Jacquet River, NB and moved to Montreal at the age of 17 followed the next year by her dear sister and best friend Dorothy. With a vivacious personality that lit up a room, Lorraine could make anyone laugh. She loved watching old movies, surfing the Web and a good cup of Red Rose tea. She spent many hours reading, shopping, doing crafts like ceramics, crocheting and knitting. She was a great cook, and we will miss her “goodies” as only she could bake.

Join us to honour her memory on March 18, 2023, between 1:30p.m. to 4:00p.m., followed by the ceremony in the chapel of the funeral home. For those who cannot be present, the family invites you to see the celebration live via the following link : https://funeraweb.tv/en/diffusions/69978.

Alexandre Nicole,

Complexe Funéraire Châteauguay

96, boul. St-Jean-Baptiste,

Châteauguay, 450 699-9919

www.alexandrenicole.com

 

In lieu of flowers, donations to the foundation of your choice would be appreciated.

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Deepest sympathy to all the family during this sad time. May she RIP.

Furlotte (Innis) Debbie & Rayburn

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