Lorraine Roy

By Florian Proulx
Lorraine Roy


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(1927 - 2013)
Father : Fortunat Roy
Mother : Lucia DeRepentigny
Birth : on Wednesday, April 27, 1927
Death : on Wednesday, January 09th, 2013
Husband : Leopold Proulx
The deceased is the spouse of a descendant of the couple Jean Prou & Jacquette Fournier
Source: Dignité



The family announces with sorrow her death after a short illness on January 9, 2013, at Kitchener, at the age of 88 years. Born April 27, 1924 in Cobalt, Ontario. Loving Daughter of the late Fortunat Roy & Lucia DeRepentigny. Cherished wife of the late Leopold Proulx . She will be greatly missed by her children Richard Proulx ( wife Pauline); Marcel Proulx (wife Shirley); Carole McNamara ( husband Clifford predeceased ) of Kitchener; Claudette Foucault (husband) Daniel of Sudbury. Loving Sister to the late Ronald Roy (wife Rita predeceased), the late Georgette Goulet (husband Yvon), Jeanette Mayer (husband Albert predeceased ) , May Gallant (husband Guy), Gerry Roy, Fernand Roy (wife Claudette). Dear Sister-in-law to Aldege Prevost (wife Yvette predeceased); Aurele Proulx (wife Marie predeceased); Mathias Proulx (wife Aline). Loving Grandmother to Marc, Charlene, Raymond , Richard , Jenna, Denis, Line, Michel, Donald, Alain, Tracy,Robert,Jason, Lorianne & Andrei. Loving Great Grandmother to Amber, Dee Ana, Taylor, Carter, Natacha, Emilia, Addison, Aidan, Isabella. Cremation has taken place and entrusted to arrangements entrusted to Westmount Funeral Chapel (1001 Ottawa St.). Memorial visitation will be held on be held on Saturday January 12, 2013 from 10 – 11 am at Blessed Sacrament Church (305 Laurentian Drive), followed by a Memorial Mass at 11 am. As expression of sympathy, donations to the CNIB or The Canadian Cancer Society. Association would be greatly appreciated. Special thank you to Dr. Fielder and the seventh floor nursing staff for their wonderful care. Share a memory at www.westmountfuneralchapel.com .

Lorraine’s unconditional love & devotion to her family will never be forgotten.