Lucille Flavie Kennedy (nee Bouillon)
Age 92, passed away peacefully in her sleep in the early morning hours of February 24, 2019. Mom was a true survivor – she survived a Brain tumor operation in 2008, Dad passing in 2009, a hip replacement in 2016, giving up her driver’s license in 2016, the return of her Brain Tumor, three throat surgeries in 2017 as a result of the tumor, and traumatically, the installation of a permanent trach breathing tube. With the installation of the trach and the loss of her comforting voice you would assume it would get Mom down, but that was not the case. To the end, Mom smiled and comforted those around her.
Lucille was a devoted wife to George (57 years), loving mother of Wayne(Christine) and Ken(Lynda), and a proud grandmother to Shannon(Kelly), Samantha, Kirsten(Shane), Kyle and Caitlyn, a Super Nana (Great Grandmother) to Joshua, Jordyn, Noah, Taylor, Kieran, Elisha, Riley, Bobbie and Pierce. A friend to all that knew her. A retired Teacher and Nurse for many years all over North America.
Lucille (aka, Mom, Grandma, Nana, Her Majesty, Sunshine, Lulu, Aunt Lucille, Tante Lucille) loved to play cards, loved to play golf (a hole in one recipient) she loved to travel (twice around the world) 40+ Cruises, camping, boating. Mom loved it all. She gave to over 20 charities with a big heart.
You will be missed, always remembered and forever loved. I think in the early morning of the 24th of February a whisper in the air said those four memorable words (Lucille, Where’s My Tea ?) and this time you heard it clearly, she’s on her way Dad !
Family and friends are invited to share memories and pay their respects to this wonderful woman at the McKERSIE-KOCHER FUNERAL HOME 114 Main St. E. Milton 905-878-4452 from 11:00 am 12:45 pm on Saturday the 16th of March 2019, followed by a Mass at the HOLY ROSARY CHURCH 139 Martin St, Milton at 1pm. RECEPTION & CELEBRATION of her life for all family and friends 2:30 pm at my brother Kens home 3146 Watercliffe court, Oakville ON (near Hwy 25 & 5). In lieu of flowers, The family would appreciate Donations to the Diabetes or Parkinson Society.