In Loving Memory Of
Charlotte Morrison

Moncton, NB – Charlotte Morrison, 84, passed away from Covid-19 on Tuesday, December 20th, 2022, at the Faubourg du Mascaret, Pavillon Landry in Moncton.

Born in Mulgrave, NS, she was the daughter of the late Roy G. Morrison and the late Mary Gertrude (Gallant) Morrison.

Charlotte loved knitting, the outdoors, camping and especially photography. She had great fashion sense and her favorite job was owning a Colours franchise in Moncton which allowed her to be an entrepreneur, meet many new people and show her creative, artistic side.

She will be sadly missed by her life partner: Al Foran; her daughter: Michelle (Paul) Belliveau of Bridgewater; her two sons: Peter (Jackie) Robichaud of Moncton and Blake (Lorie) Robichaud of Harvey Station; her grandchildren: André (Krista Hogg) Belliveau, Kate (Tyler) Ravlo, Michael (Katie) Belliveau, Libby (Jason) Comeau, Eric (Caroline Maltais) Robichaud, Alexander Robichaud and Michael Robichaud; her great grandchildren: Wyatt, Peyton, Harrison, Theo, Estelle, Maria, Iris and Clarke; her sisters: Joan (late Ted) Chapman of Dartmouth and Corinne Morrison of Bedford. She also leaves to mourn Al’s family: Chris (Barbara) Foran of Delson, Tim Foran of Ottawa, his grandchildren: Elyanna, Clark, Delphine and Fiona Foran. She was also predeceased by her brother: Roy Morrison and ex-husband: Roy Robichaud

Funeral service will be held at a later date

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  1. Knew Charlotte number of years ago when she owned Colours on Botsford Street. Worked with her on a fashion show she organized years ago. A superb, caring hard working individual. Rest In Peace Charlotte.

  2. I am saddened to hear of Charlotte’s passing. I worked with her at Colours and it was such a wonderful time in my life. We always had a great time whether were playing with makeup or choosing clothing for the shop. My most fond memories were when at demonstrations we would switch lipstick colours to emphasize the difference between a “Spring” and a “Winter”. My sincere condolences to her family.

  3. Our deepest sympathy and condolences to Michelle, Paul and your families.

  4. Our sincere condolences to Michelle and Paul, you’re in our thoughts and prayers during these difficult times.

  5. My cousin Charlotte, may you rest in peace. I barely knew you. I was a child and you were married with children. I remember you as being so pretty, smiling and laughing. Such a sweet soul. With love – Brenda Hoare, Halifax, NS

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