In memory of

Doreen Poirier

December 29, 1929 -  September 25, 2020

I decided it was time to go and today I got my wish , I have no more cakes to bake and no more kids to tuck in tight. Dementia has made everyday into a night
I may not have remembered your faces or your names but I remember your touch and that I loved you very much.
I will miss my children Julian and Adrian (Joan) my grand children
Kiera and Joshua and Bailey and my Greatgrand children Leo and Olivia. But I am with Sam again and that’s where I belong
To my extended family I cherish all the memories you helped to create and each one of you were special. Don’t remember me with tears remember me with smiles and laughter as that’s how I will remember you all. Sam is setting sail so I must say good bye until we meet again.


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Adrian Poirier (Son)

Entered September 26, 2020

Pefect eulogy

Bobby Shouldice (Nephew Enjoy the sail)

Entered September 26, 2020 from Victoria bc

Enjoy the sail Aunt Doreen.

Martin & JoAnne Prear and Family (Nephew and Family)

Entered September 27, 2020 from Langley B.C

We are so Happy that you are finally sailing with Uncle Sam. You were loved by many.. and you are now at peace.Happy Sailing Sweet Doreen XOXOXO

Henri and Donna Boulanger (Sister)

Entered September 27, 2020 from Lac du Bonnet MANITOBA

We share in your sadness but cherish the rich legacy of love and caring that was Doreen. I have fond memories of the times I spent with her as a young child. Then later in life as we visited when Henri and I were in Toronto. So many special talks. I still have and use some of the exquisite flowers she made from her creative cake decorating days. We had planned a trip east last spring and then late summer but had to cancel because of the virus. I so wanted to see her. I am so grateful to my niece Sandy for the updates and the blessing she was to Doreen. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family.

Sandra Chafe (Niece)

Entered September 27, 2020 from Scarborough

Rest in Peace Aunt Doreen. You were dearly loved my so many. You were so kind so kind, thoughful, warm and loving. I'll miss you so much although I know you are in a better place.


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