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Losier LouisLOSIER, Louis  - (July 19, 1958 – November 17, 2020)

It is with great sadness that the family of Louis Losier announces his peaceful passing in his loving home, on the morning of Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at the age of 62.

Louis will be lovingly remembered by his wife Marie (born Litalien) of 40 years; his children, Denis (wife, Jennifer Stone), Daniel (wife, Alena Ravestein), David, and proud grandfather of his cherished Olivia and Anna.

He will also be dearly missed by his brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews and the rest of his family and friends.

Louis moved from Sudbury to Oshawa, Ontario with his small family in 1985 to start a new life and career as an industrial electrician with General Motors where he worked for 35 years. Louis was a proud, passionate tradesman with a strong work ethic, who took great pride and care in all he tackled.

One of his greatest passions was to restore his classic car. His hard work was immediately recognized as he won several awards.

Louis always felt most at peace immersed in the outdoors. Throughout his wonderful life, Louis always found time away from his work to enjoy a family camping trip. Hiking and canoeing were among his favourite pastimes.

Around the campfire, Louis loved to keep everyone entertained with a good joke or an engaging story. Louis enjoyed discovering new parks and trails in Ontario. Both he and his wife Marie, have trekked many kilometers together in the woodlands.

Everyone who knew Louis and Marie, understood that they shared a special bond and a romance that was authentic and rare. Louis was a man who held himself to high standards and expected the same of others.

A man of his word, Louis had a strong sense of responsibility and was always available and present for his family. He was so proud of his three sons which was reflected in sharing their accomplishments. His gentle spirit will live on in his three sons.

He will surely be missed by everyone.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will welcome family and friends to a celebration of his life to be held Spring 2021.

In lieu of flowers, you can make donations to the Lakeridge Hospital Foundation. - please follow the donation link below for a personalized page created in Louis's honour. Family and friends may share their memories and leave condolences by clicking on the 'Add a Memory' link below.

Family and friends may share their memories and leave condolences at OSHAWA FUNERAL HOME .