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Riopel, Sylvie (Auger)

In loving memory of Sylvie Riopel (nee Auger) who passed away Wednesday June 1, 2016. Beloved wife of Guy Riopel. Loving mother of Chantal Riopel. Cherished sister of Diane Beadow (Brook), Daniel Auger (Gwen), Linda Levasseur (Robert) and Gerald Auger (Nancy). Born is Kapuskasing, she was the daughter of Fernand Auger (predeceased) and Therese Auger. Sylvie will be sadly missed by many family, friends and co-workers. She was an incredible woman who was dedicated to her husband, daughter, family and friends. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation would be greatly appreciated.

8 Condolences

  1. Guy and Chantal:
    I am so very sorry to learn of Sylvie’s passing. I know you both will miss her very much but find comfort in knowing that she wanted only the best and happiness for you.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.
    Cathy

    Posted by:Cathy Harasym
    June 11, 2016
  2. Our condolences to Guy and Chantal

    Sylvie – as your sister please remember – I loved you through our growing years, I always have and always will. I will always cherish the fond memories and times we shared.

    You will always be remembered for your courage, strength and determination in all that you did. You fought a fierce battle until the bitter end. RIP now until we meet again. xoxo

    Posted by:Linda & Robert Levasseur
    June 10, 2016
  3. To all of Sylvie’s family, I extend my deepest most sincere & heartfelt condolences. Sylvie was my best friend throughout high school and I will always remember her as being such a strong, hard working woman with a great sense of humour and such a generous spirit. May the memories that you have of Sylvie comfort you through the coming days – you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Sending love xo

    Posted by:Tracy (Twaddle) Dufour
    June 10, 2016
  4. We are deeply saddened by Sylvie’s passing. We will surely miss the presence of a truly lovable and kind person. Sylvie will always be remembered and have a permanent place in our hearts.

    Posted by:The Riopel Family
    June 9, 2016
  5. Guy, Chantal, Mrs. Auger and Family

    My dear friend, Sylvie’s life is to be celebrated for who she was and how she lived.
    For the dreams she followed and the gifts she shared.
    For the relationships she nurtured and the people she loved.
    Sylvie was an exceptional mother, daughter, sister, wife and friend. I always admired her no-nonsense, shoot from the hip attitude in life She was always honest and always was my biggest supporter and buddy. We were close friends for over forty years and I will always cherish those memories and keep them in my heart. Hugs to all of you.

    Posted by:Debbie Prokopich Buzzi
    June 9, 2016
  6. Sisters are a special gift and the greatest friend we will ever have. Sylvie was someone who helped in the rough times and knew when you needed a warm smile or a word of encouragement. She was someone who would quietly listen when you just wanted to talk for awhile. A sister is dear to you always, for she is someone who is always a part of all the memories that you keep very close to your heart. My memories of us together will comfort me every passing day. Miss you.

    Posted by:Diane Beadow
    June 8, 2016
  7. Dear Guy and Chantal,

    Our memories of Sylvie will comfort us with every passing day. Her strength and determination gave us more time to spend with her and create memories. We will remember her as an angel watching over us giving us the evil eye when we are not doing things properly, laughing because we
    goofed it up or whispering to us to get back on our feet and try again. She will be missed by everyone.

    Posted by:Diane and Brook Beadow
    June 8, 2016
  8. My sister Sylvie will be missed but we will always
    have the fond memories as we grew up.

    Posted by:Daniel Auget
    June 8, 2016

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