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Lorie Jean Vaillancourt Sinclair

12 August, 19719 October, 2020
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Welcome, everyone. My name is Alyssa and I am joined today by my two brother Wayne and Caleb; we are Lorie’s children. We want to thank you all for being here to celebrate our mother's life. Looking around this room, we see a lot of faces full of love as we all have been deeply touched by her spirit. Our mom was a very patient, compassionate woman. She cared greatly for every living thing--her friends, family, and patients. It was so important to her that everyone around her was happy and nurtured, and she'd go out of her way to bring a smile to your face. Our mother Lorie had humble beginnings, she was raised in New York and was the daughter of Donald Vaillancourt and Carol Lamourex. She had two siblings, Lisa Vaillancourt Lopez and Dennis Valliancourt. During her childhood she attended Abram Lansing School as well as Hollywood Hills (Which is #1 and don’t you forget it!). Some of her favorite pastimes in her youth were picking blackberries on the railroad tracks and sleigh riding. She also loved to sleep in late and when her sister was in the shower sneak and steal her ironed outfit and head to school, which as we can all imagine was not so fun for Aunt Lisa. While Lorie had three children, we shared the honor of having her as a mentor and role model with many others whom were lucky enough to have her in their lives. Lorie was always helping someone and always had a baby she was babysitting or a patient she was helping. Many of the patients she helped kept in touch with her over the years and a few of them are here with us today. That's how special she was, she connected with people on such a deep level that she made a lasting impression. One of our mother’s greatest joys was teaching and going camping with her Pathfinders from both Sunrise SDA and Fort Lauderdale SDA. Our mother also had a passion for Jesus and was able travel to Haiti and assist with an orphanage. She truly had such compassion for all the children there and this trip made such a lasting impression on our mom’s heart. Our mom also became a grandmother 3 months ago and she had such a strong love and connection to her little butterfly, Alani. Her devotion even in sickness to us as her children, to her husband, and her granddaughter was inspiring. We got to experience the best parts of both of her roles: mother and nurturer. Her love for us and my father was insurmountable. She was very present in our lives, always there to help with projects, stayed up late doing homework, running us around town to ensure we had everything we needed for the last minute school event we forgot to mention, and even would sit for hours on the phone giving the best advice. We will never forget her sweet spirit telling us how proud she was of us and how much we meant to her. She taught us the value of each small kind deed. She’d always say, “Remember, you get what you give or in her words monkey see monkey do, monkey is going to get in trouble too”. And she gave her whole being into raising us, loving our father, warming the hearts of friends, and nurturing the hearts and minds of all of her patients. There was a lot of love in my mom’s life because she gave so much love to everyone else. She was an incredible nurse, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and grandmother who inspired all of us even in the smallest ways. Even though she is gone now I know that her legacy will live on in all of us. Before her passing, she always told everyone she was okay and not to worry. Even when faced with such an incredible monstrous fight, she was brave and put other feelings and emotions first, being the amazing selfless person that she was. As we grieve the loss of this incredible woman, remember that grief is the price of love. Mom, thank you for everything you’ve given us during your precious time on earth. Your kind eyes, spirited laugh, and genuine warmth will live on in all of our hearts. May we all find comfort in knowing that if we are faithful to his commandments on day when Christ returns, we will all be reunited and walk hand in hand into his kingdom. We love you forever mom! -Alyssa, Wayne, and Caleb

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Lisa Lopez

24 October 2020

To my little sister , My life is so empty with out you..You were truly my brst friend..You have such a beautiful loving heart.I will LOVE and Miss you til the Lord comes and rises all and we can once be together and in rejoin in heaven..Sleep in peace.

Terri Gosling

22 October 2020

Wayne, Alyssa, Wayne Jr. and Caleb,

First, I want to let you know that our hearts are breaking for all of you. Lorie was a kind, humble and beautiful woman. We have such fond memories of the time that we all spent at Sawgrass Adventist school together.

The first time I met her was in the kindergarten class in 1998. I remember how kind she was and her beautiful smile.

I know how much she loved all of you and I am so sorry for the pain that you are experiencing now.

I also know that she loved Jesus very much.

Continue to make her proud in all that you do and shine for Him.

Love,

Terri, Albert and Tyler Gosling

Camille Foster-Miller

20 October 2020

My deepest condolences to the family I pray that God will continue to strengthen you in this sad moment. She's in a better place now resting in the arms of the saviour, Jesus promised never to leave us nor forsake in our loneliest times, stay encouraged and be strong in the lord. Loads of love, hugs and kisses in this time.

Yolanda Morris-Ebanks

20 October 2020

To the family, please accept my sincere condolences .
I know loosing a love one is hard but rest assured that God the great comforter will give you the strength to cope in these times
My prayers are with you all
Love and Blessings

Georgia Sinclair

20 October 2020

Lorie, you being gone has left an empty hollow void in my heart that only the Lord Himself will be able to fill. You were a ray of sunshine, life, and joy to your family. You were the glue that held our families together and we will never forget the memories we hold of you near and dear. I love you dearly! Rest In Peace Lorie until we meet on the great getting up morning.

- Georgia Sinclair

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