Lucille Catherine Moisan

September 1, 1928January 6, 2019

Lucille Moisan passed away on Sunday, January 6th in Salem at the age of 90. She was born September 1, 1928. Lucille graduated from Salem High School and married James P. Moisan on April 15, 1950. Lucille worked as a pharmacy tech at Fred Meyers, North Salem retiring after 22 years. She enjoyed gardening, the Oregon Coast and spending time with her children. Lucille is survived by her children; Greg Moisan of Salem, Janis (Jack) Fritz of Florida and Jill Moisan of Salem. She was preceded in death by her husband James P. Moisan, son, James P. Moisan, Jr, and her daughter-in-law Dora Spradling-Moisan. Private interment will take place at Belcrest Memorial Park in Salem. Contributions may be made to the Humane Society or to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.


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Lucille Catherine Moisan

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jim dawson

January 9, 2019

Aunt Lou was the aunt I felt the closest to as she and my mom were the youngest of several sisters. Lou always shared a caring way for me in the absence of my mother who passed in 1959. We shared many memories from teaching me how to sweep a kitchen floor (boy did she get after me), touring Yosemite, and spending time at her house overlooking the pacific ocean. Lou allowed me to spend summers at her house with my cousins in my early years. (tree houses in the apple trees, family reunion picnics, sleeping on the patio) In adult life Lou also opened her beach house to my visits and enlightened me with stories of my mom, her and the Hoffert family in the 30's and 40's, and even allowed me to escort her to the casino in her latter years. Lou always presented a cheerful disposition, a sharp and witty sense of humor, and a loving warmth to share. I'd be remiss to not mention her husband Jim, and my Moisan cousins who also are family to me. I love them all and know Lou has a place in heaven with all her family who have gone before her. God bless you Aunt Lou. Love jimmy dawson