Lise Anne Marie Gallant
31 July , 1962 – 19 November , 2018
Lise Anne Marie Gallant (nee: St.Laurent) late of Abbotsford passed away on Nov 19/18 at the age of 56 at Holmberg House.
She is survived by : Jesse Wood (son), Drake Wood (grandson), Fern St.Laurent (father), Guy St.Laurent (brother), Gerry St.Laurent (brother), Anne St.Laurent (sister) and Marc St.Laurent (brother).
She was predeceased by: Leonie St.Laurent (nee: Hamelin) (mother)
Lise was an active member of the Aldergrove Legion and prior to that, the Chilliwack, Mary Street Legion. She loved to dance and attended both legions faithfully. Lise also played guitar and sang and was involved for many years with various musicians' jam groups.
In her spare time she enjoyed crafting, reading, knitting, beading and crocheting...…. she would tackle any project she could get her hands on!
Funeral Mass will be held on Monday, November 26, 2018 at 1:00 pm at St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church, 33333 Mayfair Avenue, Abbotsford, BC. Father Eduardo will be officiating. Interment will be held by immediate family at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Holmberg House.
- Holmberg House
- Memorial Mass Monday, 26 November , 2018
Lise Anne Marie Gallant
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2 December 2018
I only met Lise recently, when she became our cat-sitter. What I did know of Lise was that she was kind, considerate, and conscientious. She would go out of her way, no matter where she was living and how she felt, to take care of our cat, Ariel. I know that she loved the time she spent with Ariel, and think that the affection and licks that she received always made Lise happy. She would even leave a wrapped Christmas present for Ariel. Her kindness was not only for animals, but people as well. She was able to lend a sympathetic ear to others and also to face life by finding the positivity. Such a kind soul will be missed.
Christine Craigen, friend
Denise St. Laurent
22 November 2018
Although our paths in life did not always cross let me tell you when we did get the chance to see each other it never felt like time had passed.
I shall miss this beautiful human being Lise, who was kind, loving, talented and most of all loved to laugh with a fantastic sense of humour.
May her loving sister Anne and the rest of the family find comfort with wonderful memories and comfort in knowing Lise touched the lives of everyone she knew.
Rest In Peace my sweet cousin Lise.
Love Denise & Reg