In Celebration of

Lois Charlton

March 29, 1957 -  October 3, 2019

Lois "Boo" Charlton, 62, of Montreal, has passed away on October 3rd, 2019, with her family by her side.
Lois is survived by her daughter Vivi, son John, his wife Madeleine and their daughter Marianna.
Her memory will live on in her dear friend's and family's hearts.
The viewing is schedule for Thursday, October 10th from 4pm to 9pm, and Friday, October 11th from 10am to 12pm at the Mount Royal Funeral Complex (1297 Chemin de la Foret, Outremont, QC)
The burial will take place soon after the viewing on Friday.
The family request that donations be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Canada or to the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, in lieu of flowers.


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Nicole Leblanc (Friend)

Entered October 8, 2019 from Ottawa

My deepest sympathy goes to the family and everyone who knew Lois. She was a dear, loyal and loving friend and she will be greatly missed. Love her to pieces and she will forever be in my heart.

Barbara Mackay (Friend)

Entered October 8, 2019 from Durham, UK

If there wasn't an ocean between us I would be there to say a final goodbye. Tomorrow I will light a candle for you in our beautiful cathedral.
Rest easy my beautiful friend. You will be missed x x
Thinking of all family and friends x

Mark McCrady and family (Close friends and Bowling teammate)

Entered October 8, 2019 from Ile Bizard

Our deepest condolences from all of us. Gone far too soon.
Mark Manon Keith Shawn

Mary Kouzoukas Reisetter (Cousin)

Entered October 8, 2019 from Chandler,Arizona

May her memory be eternal🙏🏻

Valerie MacHardy (Best Friend/ Family)

Entered October 8, 2019 from Niagara Falls, Ontario

Udder Sister, I can’t believe you are gone. We were miles apart but not really apart. I missed you everyday and I will miss you forever. With us, you didn’t have to be blood to be family - but we were family, always have been, always will be. No matter where we were we could always finish each other’s sentence. Would drive people crazy. Worked for us! You touched everyone you came in contact with, especially me. Thank you for being you. I always treasured our friendship and I hope you know how much you were loved. You will always be Auntie Boo/Auntie Lois to all the kids, but Udder Sister to me. I reach for the phone to fill you in on what’s takes my breath away knowing it will no longer be. Love you Lois, till we meet again.


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