In Loving Memory Of
Lisa Cormier Arsenault
1970 ~ 2024

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Lisa Cormier Arsenault, 53, on Wednesday, July 10th, 2024, at the Moncton City Hospital.

Born in Moncton, she was the daughter of Joseph Andrew (Patricia) and the late Marie Odile Cormier (Martin).

Lisa is survived by her son, Steven Clavet of Riverview, her brother, Léo Cormier (Debbie Chevarie) of Moncton; her stepsister, Karry Whitehead of Moncton; her very good friend, Lisa (Eric) Beers of Moncton; as well as several cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Visitations will be held at Passage (625 Mountain Road, Moncton) on Wednesday, July 17th, 2024, from 6:00pm until 9:00pm. There will be no funeral service.

Donations in memory of Lisa can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society of New Brunswick or to the Moncton SPCA (PAWS).

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at:

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

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  1. Sorry to hear sending our condolences to family and friends, may she rest inpeace ,so young and gone too soon 😢 😔

  2. My name is Anick Chiasson and I had the honour of growing up with Lisa her and her family were very close to mine she was my best friend for 15 years, we went threw the all the girl things together like puberty and dating.
    I moved to Calgary Albert at a young age and we sadly lost touch.
    She will always be in my heart and memories
    Rest in peace my old friend

  3. To the family.
    I did not have the chance to know Lisa, but we were in the same room at the hospital for a few short hours, and I got to experience the love that they had for Lisa. My sincere sympathies to the Cormier family. RIP Lisa
    Diane and Carl Trenholm

  4. Steven,
    I’m so sorry to hear of your great loss.
    It’s always painful when it hits home.
    Keeping you in my prayers, Cuz
    Stella 🌻

  5. My heart is broken 💔, dear cousin Lisa you were taken way to young by a terrible illness, may you rest in peace. Please say hello to your Mom for me. My condolences to Uncle Andy, his wife Patricia, and my cousin Leo. My the Lord heal your broken heart’s in time. I Love you all so much ❤️.

  6. My sincere sympathy to uncle Andy, Pat and cousin Leo-Paul and Debby his better half. R .I.P. LISA.

  7. Sending my sincere condolences to her family and friends. May she rest in peace 🙏 ⚘️

  8. My deepest sympathies for all the family. May you rest in peace Lisa, you will be greatly missed

  9. I’ve known Lisa for over 12 years, working together, at Medavie Blue Cross. We hung out together many lunch hours, over coffee, and vented about work, families, men, etc. She helped me through my divorce, and I helped her with her heartbreaks. She was an amazing lady, coming over to my home to just listen, or make me laugh. She was probably the strongest, and most fiesty lady I knew. She loved Zoe so much, and spoke highly, often, about Karry and saying she wouldn’t have made it through these last weeks without her. I was with Lisa when she questioned about Heaven, a couple of years ago; and watched her read out her testimony and was baptized at Sunny Brae church. She and my friend Todd would hang out, outside, having a cigarette together when we all hung out as I didn’t smoke. I’d like to think they are up there, now, having a cigarette together and talking about me and all the dumb choices I make, and will make in the future. Lisa, I’m so grateful that I got to know you. You were so special, in so many ways. I’ll miss our times together, our chats, and our men talks…I’m so glad I saw you recently, at home. I’m so glad I said I love you. You were a best friend, I hope you know that ♥ I’ll miss you!

  10. I am so sorry to hear this, I knew Lisa for some years from Medavie. She was a very strong woman. My condolences to the family.

  11. Our deepest condolence to Andy and Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. So sorry for your loss.
    RIP Lisa🙏🙏❤️

  12. She was my first loved. Wish I would have stayed with her. She was lovely and am I get stock at what has happened to her. She was a great lady. My condolences for her family and I could have seen her it almost happened 1 year ago. We were talking again and I very much don’t like these news sorry for all her friends and family. I love forever.

  13. Mes sincères condoléances à la famille de LIsa et ses ami(e)s .J’ai enseigné Lisa et elle était une élève exemplaire . Dernièrement nous nous étions réunies et nous communiquions sur l’internet . La dernière chose qu’elle m’a dite : ¨Mme Breau , lorsque je serai guerie , la première chose que je fais : je vais vous voir¨. Imaginez ma surprise lorsque j’ai appris son décès . Repose en paix Lisa , je prix pour toi .

  14. Steven our sincere sympathy on the lost of your mom, it’s very hard you take it one step at a time, If you need to talk you know we’re hear for you sweetie 😘 Love Always Charlotte, Gerald & Jennifer

  15. I would like to express my sincere sympathy to the family and loved one of our dear LisaI knew Lisa for years as a coworker at Medavie Bluecross. She was a joy to work with and I will always remember the day she told me she accepted Christ as her Savior. I take comfort in knowing that she is with her Savior and has eternal life in His presence.

  16. Very sorry to hear about your loss Andy and Patricia. Stay strong, God will take it from here.

  17. Andy, Leo and family, please know how very sorry I am. Every time I look across the street, I will think of Lisa. Love and hugs.

  18. I’m so very sorry to hear of Lisa’s passing, so young, so sad. Sending my deepest condolences to her dad Andy, her brother Léo-Paul, to her son, the rest of her family, and to all who loved her! Rest in Eternal peace with your mom Odile, and watch over your loved ones especially through these difficult times. Fly high Lisa 🙏🏻❤️🦋

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