Liliane Frenette (née Roy) passed away peacefully at the age of 93, June 10th, 2022, at Health Sciences North Sudbury, ON. She was the beloved wife of Jean-Guy Frenette (predeceased, 1991) and mother of Carole Frenette Belanger (Emile Lebreton predeceased), Jocelyn Frenette (Tammy Rector), Richard Frenette (predeceased), Eddy Frenette (Cathy Frenette), Joanne Frenette Barrette (Dan Barrette) Companion Roger Loyer.
Grandmother of Michael Benetti (Jaqueline), Dana Walton (Brad), Chantal Rienguette (Scott), Natalie Niquet (Yves), Amy Rose (Dave), Crystal Castilloux (Yvan), Melissa Shewan(Cameron) and Stephanie Montpellier (Derek)
Great Grandmother of Tyler Rose, Mason Walton, Scott Rienguette, Zoe Rienguette, Brett Rienguette, Chloe Rienguette, Cooper Niquet, Carter Niquet, Reese Castilloux, Whitney Castilloux, Ryan Castilloux, Bryson Shewan and Timothy Montpellier
We know every time we will yell BINGO! She will be at our side with a smile on her face.
The Immediate family will be gathering on June 29th, 2022, at Woodlands Cemetery at 12:30 in Elliot Lake where she will be laid to rest with her late husband Jean-Guy Frenette (May 29th, 1991).
Mes condoléances à toute la famille.
July 24, 2022
We are both thinking of you and the rest of your family during this difficult time. Please know if you need us we are here for you.
Wanda and George
June 26, 2022
Our sincere condolences to the Frenette Family.
We will never forget how Liliane and Jean Guy and family took us in when our house burned.
We will always remember her.
June 24, 2022
On behalf of my deceased mother, Alice Nykyforak and our family, I wish to extend our sincere sympathies to the Frenette family. My mother and Liliane spent many hours together travelling to bingo in the good old days in Elliot Lake, and all the way to Espanola. They would “gang” up in Liliane’s vehicle with her husband Jean-Guy, Therese Fortin, Helen, and anyone else that could fit in. They had a great time and enjoyed many laughs. Not to be forgotten, is the bowling alley that Liliane and her family owned for many years in Elliot Lake and gave many people in Elliot Lake a great time again! May Liliane rest in peace, and I know that I will always treasure the memories she and her family left for us “original Elliot Lakers”. Prayers to her family – Connie Nykyforak
June 23, 2022