In Loving Memory Of
Lucille Robichaud
1943 ~ 2024

Memramcook, NB (formerly of Moncton) – Lucille Robichaud, 80, passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 9, 2024, with her family by her side at “Foyer St-Thomas” in Memramcook.

Born in Moncton, NB, she was the daughter of the late Alyre Cormier and the late Nelida “Leda” LeBlanc.

Lucille will be sadly missed by her husband: Félicien Robichaud; her children: Micheline “Denise” Girouard of St-Paul, Pierre Robichaud (Jennifer Faulkner) of Halifax, NS and Suzette Robichaud (Michel Lamontagne) of Dieppe; two brothers: Gerard Cormier (Leontine) of Cap-Pelé and Emery “Pete” Cormier (Susan Skerry) of Moncton; her grandchildren: Leanne, Michelle and Joel; her great grandchildren: Sarah and Emma; her brother-in-law: Bernie Plummer of Halifax, NS; her sister-in-law: Gloria Cormier of Moncton; also by several nieces and nephews.

Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her siblings: Léandre, Gloria “Gouille”, Clarence, Rosella, and Angela “Jello”.

There will be no visitation before the ceremony. A funeral service will be held at Passage-Chartersville Funeral Chapel, 363 Amirault Street, Dieppe, NB E1A 1G1 (506) 857-1901, on Thursday, March 14, 2024 at 1pm.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the family.

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Passage Funeral Cooperative and Cremation Center

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  1. The best lady ever…Loved her as if she was my own mom cause I always felt like her daughter❤️

  2. Our heartfelt sympathies to Micheline, Sue and family from vendors and volunteers at the Bouctouche Farmers’ Market.

  3. My condolences to the family of Lucille ,she will be missed by all those who knew her ,she was one of the sweetest people I had the pleasure of knowing, I miss you and will continue to miss you my dear friend, till we meet again 💔

  4. That’s the Lucille we knew and loved so much. So sorry for your loss.

    From LeBlanc family of Lutz St.

  5. Thinking of the family at this difficult time and sending prayers 💗
    She was our lunchtime entertainment, neighborhood watch and covered for me on a few occasions.
    She even laughed when I took out the electrical when hit her neighbors house with my car and I had scared her!! She had just put something in the microwave when the power blew.
    She was so funny and kind. You will be missed.

  6. First she was my best friend then my sister in law , we went to school and then high school . When we would walk to high school she would teach me songs and we would laugh . She sure could sing and harmonized . People would pass us and smiled and say you girls are happy …. we sure were . After I moved back from N S I would go and pick her up to go shopping and then of course we had to go and eat …. well she bring something for her husband and would tell him I had paid for it , ha ha . She sure loved her bingo , she was so special to me . Going to miss ya Luce and I have so many good and funny memories of us meeting half way then walk around . Our Halloween parties at my house and we would make our costumes , remember the skirt you had ?? We cut it in half and made a cheer leaders costume out of it for me and you . Those were happy days for sure . Didn’t have much but lots of LOVE …. Going to miss you my friend ….

  7. Our condolences to the family you are in our prayers during this diffult time . Lucille, she was a great cousin but more like a sister as I stayed with them for 2 years while I work at the hospital, the last time I saw her was in the 80’s she came to visit me where I work at Marime Press

  8. Mes sincères sympathies à toi Micheline et famille…Mes pensés sont avec vous tous durant ce moment difficile…🙏🙏

  9. Nos sincères sympathies à la famille ..
    Lots of good memories!

  10. My deepest condolences to the Robichaud family. My aunt Lucille always made me smile, I have the fondest memories of her growing up and always getting me to have snacks “it’s just going to get thrown out.” I love you Matante, I’ll see you again one day.

  11. I always knew her as Matante Lulu.
    I never ever seen her angry.
    Not even once.
    Always laughing and seeing the bright side of everything.
    Boy could she tell a story that would make you laugh.
    One of my fondest stories is the garage being painted.

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