Nora Leger

- 7/2/2019
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Teresa Smith (Terry)
My name is Terry Smith, formerly Donovan but I went back to my maiden name after my divorce. I will miss Nora always. Yvon and she were so good to me while I lived across the road from them in Grand Barachois. When I traveled to the cottage in the wintertime, Nora always had me come and stay until my place warmed up; Yvon made me bread for the weekend and I enjoyed the stories they told. I visited Nora several times in Shediac and then Moncton. She was such a wonderful lady.

Frances Richard, Angela, Susie, Eugenie and families
So sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. I remember all the good times and the visits that we had with Nora and Yvon when out in New Brunswick. Our doors are always open and we look forward to continue sharing memories with family. Xo

Marjolaine (Richard) Menchenton
Our dear tante Nora - she was so special. I loved chatting with her on the phone every once in a while (from Ontario). We had some good laughs together as well as sharing memories. Her strong faith was an inspiration. My condolences to her children - cousins Bob, Denise, Peter and Paul, and to her sisters - aunts Alice and Lillie, and brothers - uncles Gerald and Leo, and spouses and children. Love to all, Marjie, Bryan & Jonathan

Denise Richard
I called her ma p'tite matante en chocolate de la Belgique! If I didn't have my mame, I would have chosen her. In my heart forever ... Ta p'tite Denise en chocolate pure. OX

Christianne Lavoie (Aube)
My sympathies to all the family. It was an honor to get to know your Mom again in the last few years. She was a beautiful and kindhearted lady, I enjoyed my visits with her. Will miss her.

Ray Leblanc & Lillian Dowling
Our condolences to Bob & Melba,Denise & Doug, Peter and Paul and the rest of the family. May she rest in peace

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