In Loving Memory Of
Kathleen Levesque
1933 ~ 2023

On Jan 4, 2023 Kathleen M Levesque (born Smith) passed away while in palliative care at the Moncton Hospital.

 Born in 1933 in Campbellton, most recently residing at the Hillcore John St Residence Moncton, she lived most of her adult life in Dieppe, NB.

She is survived by her three children: Claudette Ptasznik (Stanislaw) of Grand Bay-Westfield, Cynthia Kennah (David) of Eastern Passage NS and Claude Levesque(Cindy LeBlanc) of Dieppe. Proud grandmother to Ryszard Ptasznik of Dieppe, Daniel Ptasznik(Kitt MacLean) of Timberlea NS, Jennifer Lewis(Marc) of Dartmouth NS, Marc Kennah of Coldbrook NS, Jacob and Olivia Levesque of Dieppe and sole great grandchild Ethan Lewis.

Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her husband,Yvon Levesque.

She had worked at a variety of jobs in her lifetime from chocolate dipper to Campbell soup factory worker while in Toronto, clerk at Eaton’s in Moncton and at Levine’s grocery and Deluxe in Dieppe. Her biggest passion was homemaking and teaching her grandchildren to cook, knit and crochet. As a ‘Tawney Owl’ Brownie leader she was in her element surrounded by children. A lover of children and animals, her pleasant and caring nature endeared her to all who knew her.

As per her wishes there will be no visitation.
Private family service to be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Kathleen’s memory can be made to to the Friends of The Moncton Hospital (Palliative Care Unit).

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at:
 www.funrairepassagefuneral.ca

Arrangements under the professional care of
 Passage – Chartersville Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre

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2 comments

  1. A wonderful kind lady who I am going to miss immensely. I enjoyed our chats and visits out, and our trips out with my mother. Rest in peace Fay

  2. Sincere sympathy Claude and Cindy from Raymond and I, she was a very special lady. Claude, as her former neighbour, I saw the love you had for your parents was immeasurable always checking up on them on a daily basis to make sure they were OK, that impressed me very much. She thought the world of her grandkids. May she rest in peace.

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