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Lindsey Gail Comeau (Crozier)

March 18, 1968 - April 28, 2015


Lindsey Gail Comeau (47) passed away peacefully on April 28, 2015 in the company of her loving family. Predeceased by her father Tom, Lindsey is survived by her mother Janet; sister Lesley and niece Mattia; husband Rob; and their five children Gilbert, Monique, Luc, Celine, and Kaiya.

 Lindsey was born in Kitimat, BC in 1968, but spent most of her life in Mission, BC.  She completed her teaching degree at UBC after finishing a Bachelor of Arts at SFU, and returned home to pursue her career.  Lindsey was a dedicated educator, wife, and mother. She loved to travel and spend time with friends and family, and would often comment on how fortunate she was to have a close family and many friends. Lindsey took comfort in knowing that so many caring people would look after her children and family in the future.  We are so grateful for the outpouring of love and support during this difficult time. A memorial service will be held at the Cedar Valley Mennonite Church at 1:00 pm, Saturday, May 9, 2015. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Christine Morrison Hospice. http://www.missionhospice.bc.ca/donate


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From: Bakerview Community Crematorium & Celebration Centre Staff

Bakerview Community Crematorium & Celebration Centre Staff send our condolences to family and friends.

From: Kathleen & Kevin MacKillop

To Rob and all the family. We were so sorry to hear of Lindsey’s passing. She was a lovely woman, and a beautiful mother. You are all in our prayers. We know Lindsey is now pain free, but that is small consolation when you lose someone so close to you.
Kathleen, Kevin and Veronnica Mackillop

From: Jennifer and Ed Swaren

Rob ,Janet, Lesley and families,
Jennifer and I wish to express our sincere condolences at your profound loss. Lindsey was such a thoughtful, caring person. When Leanne moved from Prince george to Hatzic when she was in Grade 7, it was Lindsey who rallied to give our daughter a chance to feel welcome. When Jennifer broke her hip and suffered a stroke during surgery, it was Lindsey who dropped by with an offer to help and to share a wonderful food hamper. We will choose to remember Lindsey’s inspiring, bubbly personality; complete with the most beautiful of smiles. Love Jennifer and Ed

From: Delia and Richard Laudadio

Dear Rob,
Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. An old cliché, but true nonetheless: time lessens and heals the sorrow as you focus on the happy memories. Family and friends are there for support.
Our sincerest condolences,
Delia and Richard

From: Maria Matty

Just wanted to let you know that you are in our family’s thoughts and prayers. It is a difficult journey to incorporate the physical loss of someone so dear to hearts, who loved us so much and whom we loved so dearly as well. Love is eternal. Although the grief is so raw at the moment and will spill over at unexpected times over the years, there will be some healing. Not sure if there is ever closure, since we want our hearts to be open to life, love and laughter again. Just know that it was 12 years ago today that we also buried one of your students, our son Derek Matty. The pain was excruciating, but the support of friends, family, community, church, hockey friends, as well as the school district helped us bear the burden. In our weakness , we saw God’s strength. God bless you for being part of our lives, although it was sporadic and in little windows of experiences. So also your healing journey will be simliar, never completely finished, but manageable including the scarring of the heart. Hopefully there will be that still small inner voice to remind you to be gentle on yourselves. mm

From: Bonnie and Bill Hamilton

We were saddened to hear of Lindsey death. She was always friendly as we met in passing and we knew of her children through our own family, the Clarkson’s and the Bruce Hamilton’s. Our heartfelt thoughts, prayers and blessings are with you all.

From: Susan O'Soup

I heard of Lindsey’s passing today from mutual friend. I’m sorry for your loss. My sincere condolences to her children and her husband. Lindsey was an amazing teacher.

From: Shelley Beer

Dear Rob,
There isn’t anything that can be said to ease your pain so I just want you to know you and your children are in my thoughts and I hope through fond memories and time, the sun will again be able to shine upon you. Take the time you need, cry the tears that need to flow, and hold your special memories in your heart forever. Shelley Beer

From: Nadia Moore

I was deeply moved by the lovely memorial service for Lindsey. I just want to let you know how very sorry I am for your loss. The love, faith and strength of your family is an inspiration. Sending my warmest wishes to you and yours.

Service Schedule

  Funeral Service

Date & Time:
May 9, 2015
Beginning at 1:00pm

Cedar Valley Mennonite Church
32860 Cherry Ave.
Mission, BC Canada V2V 2T9

32860 Cherry Ave.
Mission, BC Canada V2V 2T9

Memorial Gifts

Memorial donations will be gratefully accepted to:
 Christine Morrison Hospice

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