In loving memory of Pauline Loyer (née Bérichon) at the age of 63, at Health Sciences North in Sudbury, on Saturday, June 15, 2019. Loving Mother of Roxanne Coutu (Luc) of Chelmsford, Marc Loyer of Bradford and Sherry Lynn Loyer (friend Rick) of Sudbury. Predeceased by her father Joseph Bérichon (1956), stepfather Gerald Loyer (2006) and sister in law Diane Mantha Loyer (2009). Survived by her beloved mother Yvonne Charles Bérichon Loyer, her loving sister Lorrie Ellis ( Rob) of Espanola, sister Pierrette Junkala (Jerry) of London, dear brother Marc Loyer (Sherry) of Mc Rae Heights, sister Chantal Loyer of Sudbury. will be sadly missed by grandchildren Nicholas, Christophe, Emily, Daylin, Darius, Xyler and Jace. Will be sadly missed by nieces and nephews, Tim, Stephanie, Kevin, David, Doug, Robin, Alexander, Allie, Natasha, Stephane, Daniel, Megan, Hailey, Megan and Joshua. Survived by six great nieces and three great nephews. She will be greatly missed by her friends, too many to name. She had a long time career as a waitress starting in Sudbury and ending at White Oaks a five star restaurant in Niagara Falls. Moved back to Sudbury in 1994 and a few years later she found her niche and passion at Village International. She received many awards but the most prestigious was the Sesquicentennial Pin for all her good deeds. Volunteered for the Infant fill a Crib Program, Pet Save, Red Jackets Mission, Corner Clinic Christmas Food Hampers, Independent Living, Better Beginnings Better Futures, Geneva House, Swans group, John Howard Society, Co-op Education, Giving Tuesday and too many to continue mentioning. She would help anyone who asked or would help them find the right people to help. She never turned anyone away! She quietly suffered in silence with her illness during these last five years. Donations directly to Maison McCulloch Hospice, Pet Save or the Northern Cancer Foundation (towards patient parking) in lieu of flowers.



3 Condolences

  1. I can’t believe it’s gonna be a year already. Miss you everyday 🌹♥️

    By: Bianca forestell
    May 17, 2020
  2. It’s with deep sadness that you have passed away. I will miss our long talks at Village International. You were so helpful and awesome. Such a Blessing to everyone, I can’t believe you are gone, but I know we will meet up again when it’s my time our spirits live on.
    I have all the crystals I bought from the shop over the years to remind me of you and today I went to the final sale day..and had tears with grief for you. I picked up the pretty pink glass bowl to buy, it reminds me of you and the woman there gifted it to me. She saw how sad I am. The Queen of Durham street is what they call you and that you are, and always will be. Condolences to the family.
    You are missed so much and loved, R.I.P you are pain-free and in a beautiful place now among our Spirit family. Love you xoxox

    By: Patsy Castonguay
    June 29, 2019
  3. My dear Aunt Pauline, you were a bright light to so many people. I cherish my memories of you. Love you dearly and you will be sorrowfully missed.

    By: Robin Dobson
    June 24, 2019

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