Obituary of Lorette Mary Denise Carrier
Lorette Mary Denise Carrier
June 1, 1932 – January 6, 2023
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Lorette Carrier, late of Prince Albert, SK.
Lorette is lovingly remembered by her children, Eveline Hartog and family, David, Paul (Jenna), Michael (Heather) Hartog; Lawrence Carrier and family, Anthony (Jill) Carrier, Nolan (Allison) Carrier, Brandon (Cassandra) Carrier, Lucas (Nikki) Carrier and Keenan (Angele) Carrier; Daniel (Janet) Carrier and family, Danielle (Alex) Legare, Jaclyn (Jesse) McDonald, Janessa (Brody) Roach; Grant (Ilene) Carrier and family Zoe Carrier, Jake Carrier, Sam Carrier; Guy (Doreen) Carrier and family, Nicole Carrier (Travis), Shawn (Meghan) Carrier, Lane (Mary) Carrier; David (Rosi) Carrier and family, Robson Carrier, Sara Carrier. Her great grandchildren, Penny and Harper Hartog; Michela, Mackenzie Carrier, Emma Carrier, Alexander and Odin Carrier, Ethan, and Grayson Carrier, Roman and Cataleya Legare, Malia and Leo McDonald, Briggs and Parker Roach, MacKenzie, and Brynn Carrier. Brother, Maurice Brassard; sister Josephine Leduc. Her brother-in-law and sisters-in-law, Irene Gobeil, Bertha (Norman) Sampson, Madelaine Ethier; numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.
Lorette is predeceased by husband, Edward Carrier; her son Paul Carrier; daughter-in-law Patricia Carrier; her parents, Calixte and Josephine Brassard; siblings, Marie (Phillip) Morin, Alfred (Gladys) Brassard, Theresa (Rene) Pellerin, Gilbert (Dorothy) Brassard, Aimee (Florence) Brassard; parents-in-law; Joseph and Alice Carrier; brother-in-law and sisters-in-law, Armand and Jean Carrier, Clarence Ethier, Yvonne and Emilius Lavertu, Gerald Gobeil, Therese Brassard, Donat Leduc.
Lorette was born June 1,1932 to Calixte and Josephine Brassard in Albertville, SK, she was the sixth child of eight. Sadness struck her family when her mother passed away after delivering her sister Josie. She continued to live in Albertville where she met and married Edward Carrier in 1954. Ed's work took them to Edmonton and Camrose Alberta during that time Eveline, Lawrence, Danny, Paul, Grant and Guy were born. In 1968 they returned to Prince Albert when the Pulp Mill opened. They purchased a home in Prince Albert and in 1969 David was born. Raising six boys and one girl in the city was challenging so they purchased an acreage north of Meath Park which was a great place to raise a family. Lorette was kept very busy planting a huge garden, raising chickens and running the house. She was very grateful to her neighbor Sandra Krip who took her on weekly shopping trips to the city. The family spent many summers at White Swan Lake fishing and helping at the resort. In 1987 when Ed was diagnosed with Cancer, shortly after they moved into Prince Albert. At that time they sold their trailer and purchased a motor home. When Ed felt well they made many trips to British Columbia and the states. In 1994 Ed lost his battle with cancer and a year later Lorette sold their home and moved into a condo. While in Prince Albert she made many friends and was very involved with the Prayer group at St. Joseph Church. In 2003 sadness hit the family again when Paul was in a serious motor vehicle accident and passed away. Fall 2019 she moved into Riverbreeze Retirement Home and has lived there until her passing.
Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, January 11, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, 260 25th Street East Prince Albert, SK. Memorial donations in Lorette's memory may be directed to the Saskatchewan Transplant Program c/o St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation www.stpaulshospital.org/foundation/donate/donate.php or the Rose Garden Hospice www.rosegardenhospice.ca/donors-and-donations/. Please consider registering to be an organ donor www.givelifesask.ca. Family and friends wishing to send online condolences are welcome to visit www.beaulacfuneralhome.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Beau “Lac” Funeral Home and Crematorium, Marianne Turcotte, Funeral Director, Prince Albert, SK 306-763-3322.
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