OBITUARY

Myrtle Lapierre

January 23, 1938June 13, 2021

Peacefully at Parisien Manor on Sunday, June 13, 2021 at the age of 83 years. Beloved wife of the late Arthur. Loving mother of Marlene, Arthur Jr., Aime (Joanne), Albert and the late Marie. Cherished grandmother of eleven and great-grandmother of nine. Predeceased by her parents John Ritchie and Agnes (née Coleman), by her brother Henry and by her sisters Shirley and Marie.

Cremation has been completed.

Arrangements under the care and direction of Lahaie & Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Homes, East Branch, (613-933-2841).

In Memoriam Donations to a charity of your choice appreciated.

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Gary Plumadore

June 19, 2021

Rest In Peace Myrtle your suffering is now over and will are able to be with your Family in Heaven and no pain or illness.
God Bless

Shannon Plumadore

June 18, 2021

hi nanny

it's shannon i am so sorry that you are gone forever and I can't believe that you are gone well you are in a better place

love you

love your granddaughter

shannon plumadore

Nancy & Kira Garnett

June 18, 2021

My dear Myrtle
I miss you so much, God bless you and you are in a much better place, you are with your daughter now
So sorry to the family
Kira and Nancy Garnett

Arthur lapierre

June 15, 2021



Mom
Until we meet again

Those special memories of you

Will always bring a smile

If i could only have you back

For just a little while

Then we could sit and talk again

Just like we use to do

You always meant so much

And always will do too

The fact that your no longer here

Will always cause me pain

But your forever in my heart

Until we meet again.......

Rest in peace mom love you




Brittany Lapierre

June 15, 2021

Granny ,
My heart ached seeing you struggle this past week, there was no where I’d rather be than by your side. I will cherish all the memories we made and the time we spent together. Holding your hand during your last breath was something I never wanted to experience, but I can say I’m glad that I did. My heart is still in shock, my head still needs to process it , and tears still shed . I hope your resting so peacefully with the ones you love dearly. Rest In Peace granny , it’s not goodbye it’s see you soon ❤️

Stephen Holtzman

June 15, 2021

While I did not know Myrtle Lapierre, I have know Aime and his family for several years and wanted to leave my condolences to all of you. I lost my mom nearly two years ago and a day does not go by that I do not think of her. She will always be with you in your hearts and minds no matter where you are in life. She will always love you and guide with the wisdom she gave to each of you. Cherish all the memories you have each and every day and also your own family.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY