Marie Therese McNeil Maisonville

November 18, 1926September 10, 2020

Marie Thérèse Maisonville

Marie Thérèse Maisonville, nee MacNeil, died in her sleep at Amica Lions Gate in West Vancouver on September 10th, 2020 at 93, with Daughter Jane Maisonville-Phillips by her side.

Survived by her Children James A. Maisonville, Matthew G Maisonville, Jane Maisonville-Phillips (Ken Phillips) and Trish Maisonville, as well as Grandchildren Karlee and Kyle Atkinson and many generations of nieces and nephews.

Marie was predeceased in December of 2010 by her Husband of over 50 years, Albert “Bob” Maisonville and all six of her older siblings.

A Funeral Service will be held at St. Anthony’s Parish, 2347 Inglewood Ave, West Vancouver, BC V7V 1Z9 on Friday, September 18th at 2:00pm

If friends so desire / In lieu of flowers / donations may be made to St. Anthony’s Parish


  • Memorial Mass

    Friday, September 18, 2020


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Kevin Leblanc

September 27, 2020

So many fond memories.. Marie was like a second mother to me. She chauffeured my mom to the chemo clinic downtown forty some years ago. I spent many a late evening reminiscing with her.

I am reminded of my mom's bran muffin recipe, a staple in our household, and Marie was eager to share it with her family -- but the written copy seemed to slip through her fingers. If you comb the catacombs of 2A Cedar Avenue, you'll find a framed copy of the recipe in my sister Joanne's handwriting!

Distance has kept us apart, but I will treasure fond memories.

Kevin LeBlanc, Ottawa

Joan MacDonald

September 18, 2020

Some people enter your life and make no difference , Bill's Aunt Marie was not one of those people. Bill and I loved our connection with her and your family. Bill would always credit his Aunt with pounding manners and proper behaviour into him over the years and I certainly credit her with adding a level of polish to our lives. She comes from a family with strong personalities so she did make her mark where she travelled in life. It was our great pleasure to be a part of it when we were. Love from Cape Breton to everyone. Bill and Joan MacDonald

Maureen Glover

September 18, 2020

I really enjoyed Marie at the CWL meetings at St. Edmund's Church in Beaconsfield. We often went for coffee at MacDonald's with Bob and Marie after daily Mass during the week and I so enjoyed spending time with both of them. Of course I had known Trish from Queen of Angels where she was in class with my daughter Catriona in 1982 I think. My Sympathy to all your family and may Marie rest in peace with Bob in Heaven.
Maureen Glover

Sandra Joy Green

September 17, 2020

So glad you got to have a beautiful moment with your mom. It was felt by her and will carry you through some tough times ahead. Even though we are far away, we'll be with you Friday... Love and hugs, Sandra Joy, Alain, Tyke and Maya

Karlee Atkinson

September 17, 2020

Grandma was a very generous hostess, I remember visiting Grandma and Grandpa in their beautiful home in Montreal. Within a few hours of arriving, Grandma whipped up the most glorious carrot cake I have ever had and probably will ever have in my life, it was perfect down to every detail. The same trip we got to see Grandpa's treasured sailboat, and went for a rapid tour on another cool boat, we all got absolutely soaked! I still remember Grandma's stunning smile and Grandpa's jolly laugh. Love always xoxox

Eleanor Arless

September 16, 2020

I do remember Marie from our CWL St. Edmund's Council! What a lovely photo, displaying Marie's "joie de vive". Blessings and may your mom rest in peace.


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