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Phyllis Leroux

Phyllis Leroux

Saturday, February 10th, 1945 - Tuesday, May 18th, 2021
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LEROUX, Phyllis (née Lefebvre) - February 10th, 1945 to May 18th, 2021. Born in Freshwater, Isle of Wight, UK. Emigrated to Canada in 1946. Predeceased by her husband Lucien (Lue) Leroux, her parents Rene Lefebvre and Gwendolyn Barns Lefebvre, her sister Caroline (Carol) Lefebvre Martin (Hubert), her brothers Maurice (Moe) Lefebvre (Gail) and Wayne Lefebvre. Phillis will be missed by William (Billy) Lefebvre (Gloria). Daniel (Dan) Lefebvre (Rachel) all of Cornwall. Two children Dorothy of Toronto and Michael (Lillian) of Cornwall 4 grandchildren Shala, Kelsey, Frank, Ryan, and the many nieces, nephews, and friends and her besti Norma Bonneville. Earlier in her life she enjoyed the Milisha and dancing. She was also a dedicated volunteer and fundraiser for the Catholic Women’s League, St. Francis de Sales Church, St. Joseph’s Villa, and member of the Neighbourhood Watch. She enjoyed socializing, crafts, gardening, and cooking. In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to the March of Dimes or Diabetes Society. A Mass and burial will be held after the covid restrictions are lifted.
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Bonnie Ruest

Posted at 10:32pm
Thinking of Phyllis’ family & friends. I had the privilege of befriending Phyllis during my time working at SJCCC. She was a very inspirational and compassionate lady, always unselfishly advocating for the betterment of her co-patients and residents. Rest In Peace dear Phyllis....
 

Dorothy Leroux Posted at 09:23am

Thank you Bonnie for your condolences. Take care. From the Lefebvre and Leroux families Dorothy
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jean Shirley Gervais

Posted at 08:16pm
So sorry for your loss. I knew Phyllis through the C.W.L. She was a dedicated member and always ready to help. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family. Rest in peace Phyllis.
Jean Gervais
 

Dorothy Leroux Posted at 09:32am

Hi Jean. Thank you for your condolences from the Lefebvre and Leroux families. There will be a church service in September. Hopefully when covid lifts Dorothy Leroux

Carol Landaverde

Posted at 09:31am
I didn't have the pleasure of knowing her personally but know her through Dorothy's stories. She raised a wonderful daughter who raised a wonderful granddaughter. Hugs and prayers for all.
 

Dorothy Leroux Posted at 09:23am

Thanks Carol. Love you both xo
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Brenda Mclaughlin

Posted at 08:05am
our heartfelt condolences to you Dorothy and family! Phyllis was my moms best friend (Norma Bonneville) she will be missed dearly, she will miss her daily talks with her sharing jokes and reminiscing, rest in peace dear Phyllis! xoxoxo
 

Dorothy Leroux Posted at 09:28am

Hi Brenda, Brian and Norma. Thank you. I know this is just as painful for you as well. We have been family you choose forever. I would of love to see you. Hopefull in sept when we might have the service and burial. Please take care i will keep. You updated . Love you . Dorothy
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