OBITUARY

Laurie Ann MARCONATO

23 February , 19646 March , 2019

Laurie Ann MARCONATO was born on 23 February , 1964 and passed away on 6 March , 2019.

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Laurie Ann MARCONATO

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Karen Ruddy

20 March 2019

Very sadden to hear that Laurie passed away. What a remarkable woman. We had the privilege of having Miss M as a wonderful grade 2 teacher for both my sons.

Laurie was a down to earth, kind, good hearted and so very full of life. As a parent I appreciated her perspective as a teacher who truly had the best interests of her students at the forefront of her of everything she did.

Laurie you will be missed but not forgotten, Rest In Peace.

Our sincere condolences Bruna and Janet.

The Ruddy family, Karen David and Noal

Elena John Nadia and Elisa Danesin

16 March 2019

We are so sad that Miss M. passed away..our hearts are full of sorrow. She truly was a special teacher and person...she taught my daughters in grade 2 but she wasn't just a teacher to us, she was like family. She was so full of life that even now that she isn't here, we can feel her strong presence in Q.A.S. school. I admired her cheerfulness and positive attitude...what a wonderful role model of kindness and faith she was to her students and their parents. We wish she could have lived longer to enjoy life and to have the chance to fulfill more of her dreams. She will never be gone, because she will live forever in our memories and our hearts. May God bless Miss M. in heaven and help her family have courage and peace.
With deepest condolences,
The Danesin family

Diana Kehoe

15 March 2019

RIP Mz M
As most teachers are she will be a fondly remembered by many.
She was a great coach and I can remember her large role in the hugely enjoyed school plays/musicals. My class never had the privilege of having her as our teacher but as I joked with my Dad today that's probably why she liked me. She taught at least one of my siblings and I remember her being one of the teachers from Our Lady of Lourdes/Queen of All Saints that came over for my mom's homemade pizza family dinners.
She rarely wasn't wearing a big smile. It was always so nice to see and quick chat with her many Thursdays during the decade n a half I taught PREP at All Saints.
Lots of prayers love and thoughts with all affected

Anthony de Guzman

15 March 2019

Ms. Marconato never taught me as I moved schools. However, I do remember that she taught us how to play Red Rover. Today, that game is non-existent in schools.

Carmela Mendoza

15 March 2019

Miss M was such a jolly presence at school. I remember first seeing her when I was in Grade 1 and thinking, “She’s a teacher? She’s the coolest person ever!” I’ll always remember her laugh. She never taught my class, but she taught our buddies and conducted the school choir. She had that perfect teacher writing. I still have a copy of lyrics she wrote out for us. Everyone from Our Lady of Lourdes and Queen of All Saints who I’m still in touch with liked her. Thanks for always brightening our day Miss M!

My sincere condolences to the family, friends and co-teachers she left behind.

Isaiah Baldissera

15 March 2019

Ms. Marconato brought my classmates and I plenty of joy and laughter during our elementary school days in the 90s. I'll never forget her sense of humour while she (secretly) cheered me on during the discus finals at the CISVA championship. We'll miss you, Ms. M!

With sympathy,

Isaiah Baldissera

Marisa Fusco

15 March 2019

If you knew Laurie, you loved Laurie, from her smile, laughter and big heart. I had the pleasure of working side by side with her for many years and she was my inspiration for becoming a teacher. She had a passion for teaching and loved the children she taught. She brought laughter and joy into their lives. She is that unforgettable teacher the one every child should have.
She taught me many things, but most importantly she taught me to believe in myself and how to laugh at myself.
We shared so many memories together. Laurie, you will forever be missed. I wish we could have had just one more coffee together.

My prayers and thought are with Mrs. Marconato and Janet. May God bless you both and give you comfort during this difficult time. Laurie will always be your angel up above.
I will always remember Laurie, whenever I teach Science, have a Starbucks or go to Whistler.
Miss you my friend.
Rest in Peace Laurie❤

Kate Lawrence

14 March 2019

Miss M was such an amazing teacher. Her smile was always beaming. Even after graduating and not seeing her for 15 years or so, she remembered my name. I still remember her singing laser disc karaoke at the teachers party at the Lim household. She brightened up every room she walked into, and she will be sorely missed by so many. My condolences to her friends and family.

Shaun Solidum

14 March 2019

Miss Marconato is how I knew her. Only ever had her as a substitute teacher but she always made it a point to visit other classes. She loved teaching as well as all the kids who walked through the halls of Queen of All Saints/Our Lady of Lourdes. This was most evident when visiting in later years, she remembered little things about me and my brother that we could barely remember ourselves. I remember she brought smiles to everyone when she would poke her head in through the door. Never do I remember her without a smile, herself.

Even though my brother and I never had her as our class teacher, she was there for my brother's vigil before his funeral mass along with a few other teachers from the old days. She was a sweet and loving person, and I am very sad to hear of her early passing.

To her family, please accept my deepest condolences for your loss.

Michelle O'Neill

14 March 2019

Laurie was truly one of a kind. A remarkable teacher and mentor. Her laugh unforgettable, her smile contagious and her heart was enormous. She made a difference in this world and will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to her friends and family. RIP Miss M.