Lucille Derouin

November 14, 1922November 17, 2021

DEROUIN, Lucille – at the Cornwall Community Hospital 3 days after her 99th birthday, on Wednesday November 17th, 2021. She was our giant, the link to our past and the path forward all at once. Lucille Marie Louise Derouin (née Brière), beloved wife of the late Philippe Derouin. Loving mother to Raymond (Josie), Aline Lauzon (the late Bernie), and the late Claude (the late Earl Dapo). Proud grandmother of Daniel, Andrea, Dennis and Claude. Great-grandmother to Keith, Kirkland, Connor, Olivia, Declan, Lexus, Brooklyn, Jailynn and Delilah; and great great-grandmother to Owen. Dear sister of Jérôme and René. Predeceased by her parents Alexandre and Aldina (née Godard) Brière. Also predeceased by her brothers Roméo, Léo, Florian, Arsène, Gerry (Doris), and Philippe Brière, and by her sisters Jeannette Montpetit, Irene Waite, Florence Brière, Florence Brunet and Thérèse Roseberry. Will be especially missed by many nieces, nephews and friends. Arrangements are under the care of Lahaie and Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Homes, 614 1st St. East, Cornwall, Ont. A funeral Mass will be held at Nativity Church on Tuesday November 30th, at 1pm. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 297 or Filles D'Isabelle, N.D. Des Sts. Martyrs #1359 at St. Therese’s Church would be appreciated by the family. Messages of condolence may be left at


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Sylvia Seschel

November 25, 2021

My deepest condolences. Mrs. Derouin was a wonderful lady. I hope you find comfort in the special memories you have of her.

Dan Lauzon

November 20, 2021

If you know the dynamic of our family even a-little; then you should be aware that my Grandmother Lucille was the Matriarch of our family and a large influence to us all. She was loved very much by many and will be missed. She spent most of her life caring selflessly for others , and giving constantly. There was never an obstacle nor task that she wouldn’t tackle. She was sharp as a tack! Even at 99 She kept a good eye and a tight ship. Its time for her too care for the ones that arrived there before her. Love ya more Grandma ! it was a blessing to be your (first haha) Grandson. Thanks for all you have taught me and helped with ! Keep practicing on your skip-boo game ! Best Grandma a kid could ask for. See you again ! Say hi to all that are missed up there !
Your Danny-boy !