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Marie Favre

May 10, 1956January 5, 2021
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Marie Jean Favre, age 64, passed away on January 5, 2021, at her home in Pompano Beach, FL. She was born on May 10, 1956 in Worcester, MA, to parents Robert and Constance LeDoux. She was a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Friend, and she was Incredibly Crafty. She was married to her soul mate Dale Favre on October 12, 1974 in Ft Lauderdale, FL and the couple had two daughters.

She is survived by her husband, Dale; her daughter, Denise, son-in-law Mike and their four daughters Taylor, Madison, Kaylee, and Mika; her daughter, Michelle, son-in-law Larry and their 3 children Logan, Kaitlyn, and Addison; her mother, Constance; her sister, Diane and two brothers Paul and Danny; and many nieces and nephews.

A viewing is scheduled for Sunday, January 10, 2021 from 4pm-8pm, at Forest Lawn Funeral Home with a mass to follow at St. Coleman’s Catholic Church on January 11, 2021 at 11am. She loved life, her family, and amazing friends. God gained an Angel! Marie will be dearly missed.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.forestlawnsouth.com for the Favre family.

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  • American Cancer Society
  • Humane Society of Broward County

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, January 10, 2021

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  • Funeral Service

    Monday, January 11, 2021

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  • Committal Service

    Monday, January 11, 2021

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Patty Rutt

January 22, 2021

Dear Dale and family,
I was just so sorry to hear of Marie 's passing. I know she fought so hard as she was always brave and strong. My deepest condolences to your entire family of hearing this. I remember her smile and how much fun it would be when I would see you guys at the union functions. We always had fun. I know she was suffering sometimes but she never showed it. God bless you Dale. May Marie rest in peace.
Patty Rutt

Dale Favre

January 12, 2021

Thank you all for coming to honor the love of my life and for your love, support, flowers, cards, and donations. Marie fought a long hard battle with cancer, she was so strong and brave, she suffered with so much pain and at the end few weeks couldn't breath. I'm now at peace because the lord called her home and she is no longer suffering. I will miss you so much Marie but I know you will be hear with me always. We have a new Angel in heaven and when the lord calls me home I will be with my Angel forever. Thank you for giving me the strength to get up to honor you. I love you so much Marie.

Julie and Roy Franklin

January 11, 2021

We will always remember Marie fondly as being so sweet, and friendly, and fun-loving. We met her and Dale through attending Yelp Elite events and immediately bonded. She had a sense of humor and a love of life — and a love of Dale. We will miss her. Sending along sincere condolences to Dale. And lots of hugs!

Patti Swinehart/ James

January 9, 2021

50 years ago i met Marie Le Doux/ Favre . what I noticed first were those fabulous Maybelline mascara eyelashes. We worked at Zayre 's together. We have laughed and cried together, we have thrown some of the best parties around ft Lauderdale in our day. Lol... She put a boiled egg her meatloaf.. She was like a sister to me I didn't have in our teens and twenties. She was funny,smart,stubborn, creative, so strong and loved,loved her family.. I will miss her .. I know she's gonna be a very busy angel watching over all of her loved ones.. ❤

Tammy Kircher

January 9, 2021

I have all great memories of "Aunt" Marie. Even though the cousin line runs a little deeper down than her being my aunt, that is how I always saw her and how she always treated me. The first time I remember visiting Dale & Marie was a vacation with my family to Florida, when I was 7. We went to the ocean with our families and I was in love!! It quickly became my favorite place in the world. Every time after that visit, Dale and Marie would go out of their way to entertain us. Whether it was just me coming down for Spring Break or bringing my now husband done to meet everyone. We always had a wonderful, crazy, fun time when we were all together. Dale and Marie graciously were our Host and Hostess for our wedding and it meant the world to us that they came to support us. Even the last time we visited Florida was a memorable one with a new cousin being born that I had the honor to share the moment with their family. Never was there a moment Marie was not smiling or laughing. She enjoyed life to the fullest and made it easy for us to enjoy ourselves. I will cherish our times together and will always consider her my Aunt. Love you so much Marie. Give my mom a hug and kiss for me.

Thomas Ridge

January 9, 2021

Dale,Denise,Michelle and family .How fast Life passes by,seems like yesterday we were neighbors 2 doors away!! Karen and I remember Halloweens as our favorite holiday . Looking over your family photos we see the Love your all have for each other. 7 grandkids because you started early my friend. Our Cory has 2 girls 3&5 ,Holly to marry this year . We both had girls and went Bald right after ,coincidence?? Marie was a SWEETHEART and we miss her but never to be forgotten. Thank you for being our friends .
Tom&Karen Ridge. Peace be with you

Kristine LeDoux

January 9, 2021

I was blessed to have Marie as my aunt. I have many amazing memories of her. I always loved her smile and laugh. As a child, she hand made me my very own Cabbage Patch kid doll. I remember dancing with her in her living-room to Garth Brooks and also her trip with Dale, Denise and Michelle up to Massachusetts. I will miss you deeply and I send my heartfelt condolences to the entire family.

Melody Saleh

January 9, 2021

I met Marie in our breast cancer support group almost 23-years ago. She sat across the table from me with that beautiful smile and thick gorgeous hair. We became fast friends and never looked back. We’ve been on a few cruises together; one Dale wore a coconut bra and Marie’s wig and paraded around the pool just to score points. We laughed so hard. She’s been with me to celebrate the highs and hold my hand during the lows. She had more strength and resolve than anyone I know. More heart than most. I’ll miss her smile, her friendship, and her love. Rest In Peace my dear friend. Until we meet again. 🙏

Alan Bader

January 9, 2021

Your love and friendship will be dearly missed. Your relentless fight for a longer life with us will be a cornerstone of strength in our lives going further. Your desire and demand for everything being the best and always the most fun made you our “point man” in the lead in many adventures. The fun and laughter with Dale and you at our so called “functions” will be with me forever. You planted a seed of love and warmth in the hearts of all that have met you. Rest In Peace Marie.

Karen LeDoux

January 9, 2021

Anytime I had the chance to visit with Aunt Marie, life was more fun. She was a bright spark and I admired her very much. She made everyone feel welcome and loved. I wish there had been more of those times

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Biography

Marie Jean Favre, age 64, passed away on January 5, 2021, at her home in Pompano Beach, FL.
She was born on May 10, 1956 in Worcester, MA, to parents Robert and Constance LeDoux. She was a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Friend, and she was Incredibly Crafty. She was married to her soul mate Dale Favre on October 12, 1974 in Fort Lauderdale, FL and the couple had two daughters.

She is survived by her husband, Dale; her daughter, Denise, son-in-law Mike and their four daughters Taylor, Madison, Kaylee, and Mika; her daughter, Michelle, son-in-law Larry and their 3 children Logan, Kaitlyn, and Addison; her mother, Constance; her sister, Diane and two brothers Paul and Danny; and many nieces and nephews.

A viewing is scheduled for Sunday, January 10, 2021 from 4pm-8pm, at Forest Lawn Funeral Home with a mass to follow at St. Coleman’s Catholic Church on January 11, 2021 at 11am. She loved life, her family, and amazing friends. God gained an Angel!