Rachel Evelyn Lavoie

December 31, 1927March 11, 2021

Rachel Evelyn Lavoie was born on December 31, 1927 and passed away on March 11, 2021 in Encinitas, California and is under the care of El Camino Memorial - Encinitas.

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Rachel Evelyn Lavoie

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Joanne Charpentier

March 30, 2021

Just came back from Rachel’s funeral mass. Celeste did such a beautiful job describing the life of her mother.
I volunteered with Rachel at the food pantry in Nashua. She was very much loved along with her sister Terry. She always had compassion for those less fortunate than us . She was a gentle soul & I have absolutely no doubt that she has a special place
In heaven with Jesus.
My prayers are with her family.

Denise Corcoran

March 20, 2021

I have so many wonderful childhood memories of cousins Rachel and Ray. Outings to the beach, cookouts, parties and much more. But I am most grateful for their frequent visits with my parents Jean Paul and Theresa Lavoie. Cousin Rachel continued to visit often after Ray passed away. She brought them thoughtful little gifts and so much joy. I will always cherish her memory. My sincere condolences to her family. Denise Corcoran

Lena Robert

March 18, 2021

My sincere condolences to Rachel's family. For several years, I co-volunteered at the Corpus Christi Food Pantry with Rachel and her sister Terry. Rachel was the sweetest lady, so soft spoken and quiet. We used to enjoy kidding Rachel and Terry on how different they were; Terry was the party girl; Rachel was more timid. It was a joy getting to know them and being friends with them. Heaven received another angel in Rachel; may she rest in peace, and may God bless her family during this difficult time. Lena Robert

Debbie Cocozziello

March 18, 2021

So sorry to hear of Aunt Rachael's passing, she was such a sweet gentle person, I don't think I ever heard her raise her voice. I remember all the get togethers at her house, we had so much fun as kids and then adults. My thoughts and prayers go out to her kids. You are now back beside your love Uncle Ray ❤️