Brosseau, Debra

It is with heavy hearts and endless sorrow that the family of Debra Clara Brosseau (nee Leonard) announces her forever lasting sleep on April 2, 2024 at Health Sciences North surrounded by her loving family. 

Debra Clara Brosseau was born on August 6,1955 in Espanola she was the beloved daughter of the late Donald Leonard and the late Margaret Kelpin. 

She is survived by her loving husband of 50 years Camille Brosseau and her loving children Chantel (Clint), Tammy (Andrew), Camille Jr. “Malley” (Crystal), Michael (Sandra) and Jean-Paul; “Magoo” (Libby). She was greatly loved by her Grandchildren Brooke, Joel, John (Tiffany), Karly (Zach), April, Camryn, Mason, Mathew, Mark, and the late Madison and a very Proud Loving Great Granny to Oakley-Anne. She will be forever missed by her family and her cherished Friend Kim of over 30 years. 

Debra leaves behind her sisters Sandy, Linda and Rosalind and brothers Donny and Roy, she also leaves behind her in-laws Alda, Edith, Susan, Marcel, Lawrence, Raymond, and Albert.

Our lives will never be the same without her however there is comfort knowing that she has now entered heaven and will be reunited with her family. There is peace knowing that she is with her parents, sisters and brother and Roger whom she missed every day since he passed in October 2023.

Debra loved going to camp on Onaping Lake with her family, she would sit at the table drinking tea watching over the lake. All her children and grandchildren spent summers and winters at camp wandering around the Island, fishing, swimming, water tubing, enjoying campfires. She left us with endless amounts of memories we will forever cherish.  Camp will never be the same.

The Family would like to thank the Bayshore Nurses for their care, also all the PSW that took care of her, the support from the Hospice nurses and all the kind words of support. 

In Lieu of Flowers we suggest donations be made directly to Maison McCulloch Hospice.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.


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