Louise Marie Annette DeVILLERS
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It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Louise Marie Annette DeVillers at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre on Friday, February 19, 2021. Louise had just entered her 74th year. Louise was the daughter of Louis DeVillers and Anita DeVillers, nee Brabant, and was raised in Penetanguishene, enjoying a multicultural upbringing and education. Louise was a Registered Nurse, graduating from the Royal Victoria Hospital in Barrie Ontario in 1969. Louise loved nursing, helping people, and learning their stories. She worked as a nurse in numerous locations across Canada, including, but not limited to, Toronto, Halifax, Fort Frances, and Vancouver. In each location, Louise befriended people and became part of their family and they become part of her extended family. She remembered birthdays, anniversaries, children's names, and pets, although she was not a pet person. Over the years she faithfully kept in touch through cards, letters, visits, meals and phone calls with every friend and their family. Louise made you feel like you were the most important person in her life. She also shared your name and stories with all her friends, so as we talk now and remember her, it is as if we all have been close through the years. Louise's family and friends will deeply miss her. We have all benefited from having her in our lives. In remembrance of Louise, open a bag of plain chips, a large tub of onion dip and wash them down with a blue. Rest in peace Louise. Funeral information will be communicated to family and friends in the Spring of 2021. Arrangements entrusted to the Penetanguishene Funeral Home.

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Published in Simcoe County News on Feb. 22, 2021.
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February 28, 2021
My dear friend Louise. No matter what you were going through you never gave in to it, You always maintained an inner strength with a positive outlook and attitude. I will always remember you with a smile on your face. I will make a trip to the Danforth this summer and have a glass of wine to toast you. With loving memories. Diane
Diane Biggs
February 24, 2021
Louise I will miss you terribly. You were so brave and fought with everything you had. You made the last 31 years I’ve know you wonderful! All our talks, laughs, tears and of course food will be very much missed. Love you sweet angel❤
Jackie Jesso
February 23, 2021
Louise was a dear friend and I will miss her terribly. I met her while I was working with her at Mt Sinai Hospital in Toronto and we remained friends through the years, even after I moved away. I extend my condolences to her family and many friends. We are blessed to have known her.

Karen Beneteau
Windsor ON.

P.S. I bought chips and dip today. Here's to Louise!
m. karen beneteau
February 23, 2021
Bien triste d`apprendre le décès de ma cousine Louise.Mes sympathies aux familles et amis.Je garde des bons souvenirs de Louise,spécialement son grand rire
Lorraine Levac Leroux
February 22, 2021
Désolée d'apprendre le décès de ma cousine Louise. Mes sympathies aux familles et amis. Nous te garderons dans nos prières.
Pauline Levac-Ranger
February 22, 2021
Louise I will miss our lovely lunches with Jackie my daughter in law on the Danforth. We all three always had a wonderful time. Good food and lovely company. Rest peacefully my friend.
Dorothy Jesso
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