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Lucile Caron

Lucile Caron

January 25, 1936 - October 25, 2020
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Lucile Caron

Caron, Lucile
January 25, 1936 - October 25, 2020

It is with sadness that we announce the death of Lucile Caron. Born in Paincourt/Chatham, Ontario, she was the middle child of Alexina and Alcide Caron’s five daughters: Dr. Marie-Therese Caron (d.), Aline Bondy (Ernest, d); Louise Olsen (Jack), and Dr. Anne-Marie Caron-Reaume (Mary Lou Soutar-Hynes).

She was the beloved aunt of her many nephews and nieces to whom she was very much attached: Jean-Paul (Jay) Bondy, Marc Bondy (Mary), Michel (Mitch) Bondy (Suzanne Schwenger), Louis Bondy, Denise Meloche (Chris), Bernard (Ben) Bondy, Rosaire Bondy (Tammy), Cathy Crowley (Kevin), Susan (Suzie) Olsen, and Chantal Reaume. Lucile always maintained connections with them, whether they were close to home in Windsor/the surrounding area, or farther afield. Always loyal and concerned about fairness and justice, she was also a person who loved to play games and always had new ones to suggest.

In the 1940s and 1950s, Lucile attended the local elementary and secondary bilingual schools in the hamlet of Paincourt. Her interest in French-Language and Culture and a greater opening to understanding the world were furthered as she left for Ottawa where she pursued university education at Collège Bruyère/university of Ottawa and obtained her teacher qualifications. Her desire to be of service inspired Lucile to join the Montreal Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, a community devoted to furthering education, which she left in 1968. Lucile’s professional life centered on serving the educational community in Windsor first as an elementary school teacher and administrator and then as secondary school teacher and department head. As a French teacher she organized many yearly trips to France so her students could take part in exchange programs so as to better develop fluency in their second language. While teaching at Assumption Secondary School, she developed a passion for coaching Reach for the Top Teams and for golf, interests which carried into her retirement years.

She also loved skiing, and as a young teacher, organized many ski trips to northern Michigan with colleagues & family members. She even flew to Switzerland to ski in Zermatt while admiring the majesty of the Matterhorn. During her retirement years, Lucile enjoyed travelling the world with her companion Merv Eisen, as well as enjoying music and the arts. A member of the Kingsville Golf Club, she was able to hone her skills and enjoyed competing. Bridge also become an avocation which added to the pleasures of daily life.

Lucile maintained long lasting friendships dating back to her professional life, savouring both those and the new ones that formed in the last years of her life. She will be sorely missed by her many friends

Since 2019, Lucile resided at Amica, moving to the Assisted Living Section where she had access to regular support, due to her encroaching illness. The family wishes to thank Alexis , her primary caregiver from Amy’s Helping Hands for the unqualified support and friendship she provided to Lucile during this difficult period of her life.

If you so desire, donations to Assumption Church Building Fund would be appreciated by the family. Face coverings and reservations are required for visitation on Friday, October 30, 2020 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Face coverings and separate reservations are required for the Funeral Service at 11:30 a.m. at Families First 3260 Dougall Ave. South Windsor, 519-969-5841.

Burial to follow at Heavenly Rest Cemetery.

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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Friday October 30, 2020 | 10:30am - 11:30am
    When
    Friday October 30, 2020 10:30am - 11:30am
    Location
    Families First - South Windsor
    Address
    3260 Dougall Ave
    WINDSOR, ON N9E 1S6
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Notes
    Personal face coverings and reservations are required. Reservations may be made online or by calling Families First.
  • Service

    Friday October 30, 2020 | 11:30am
    When
    Friday October 30, 2020 11:30am
    Location
    Families First - South Windsor
    Address
    3260 Dougall Ave
    WINDSOR, ON N9E 1S6
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Notes
    Face coverings and separate reservations are required to attend the Funeral Service. Reservations may be made online or by calling Families First. There will be a procession to Heavenly Rest Cemetery for burial, following the service. Online access for the service will be available on Friday morning. You may join online at www.familiesfirst.ca on Friday morning.

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Donations are being accepted for: Assumption Church Restoration Fund.

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Pbastien1 @cogeco.ca

Posted at 04:47pm
My condolences to the family. Lucile taught me in grade 12 at St. Joseph, River Canard in 1963-64. Always to be remembered for her smile, soft voice and gentle encouragement. We last spoke at our 50th class reunion in 2014 and were able to share memories and laughter, adding to my fond memories of her. On Monday, my wife Marguerite and I were speaking of her and sharing some stories about ‘them good old days’, so on Tuesday, seeing her obituary was certainly a shock to both of us. A great woman who will be missed by many.
Pat Bastien
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Kathy Chevalier

Posted at 08:48am
Louise, Jack & family~
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I remember fondly our trip to Paris, back in the 70’s, when your beautiful sister accompanied us. May she continue to shine brightly in the hearts of all who knew her. ✨🌟✨
Kathy Doster Chevalier
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Marie Therese Amiouny

Posted at 11:01pm
I am so sad to hear about the loss of aunt Lucile. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May she Rest In Peace in God’s loving arms.

Marie Therese Amiouny
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Marc Monette and family (Pierre, Monique, Nicole)

Posted at 06:32am
Sending deepest sympathies to Lucile’s loved ones especially Aline and the Bondy family. Lucile was a very special woman and will be missed. We are so happy to have been able to reconnect with her these past few years. She was truly charming and had a smile that would brighten anyone’s day. Lucile will be remembered fondly by us all.

Marc Monette and family (Pierre, Monique, Nicole)
MD

Michael and Maria DeBiase

Posted at 01:48pm
Our sincere condolences to the entire Bondy family. We are grateful for the opportunity to have known your aunt Lucille. We will always remember her wisdom, warm heartedness, and her gentle kindness. Lucille was such an interesting and wonderful woman who role-modeled what it means to live life well. She was a pleasure to know. May her life be a blessing.
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