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Robichaud ImeldaROBICHAUD, Imelda  -- Passed away peacefully into the arms of God and her beloved husband the late Benoit Robichaud at Lakeridge Oshawa on Saturday May 19, 2018.

She was surrounded by loved ones.  

Imelda's treasured sisters Emma (Vincent) of New Brunswick , May (Zoel) of Oshawa and brother Donald of New Brunswick share in the sorrow of her passing along with many nieces and nephews. 

Late brother Eddie of Quebec and late sister Cecile of New Brunswick await her heavenly arrival.   

Loving mother to her sons Zoel (Leone), Louis (Sheena) Paul (Wendy), Gilles (Virginia), Vince (Karen), Guy (Debi), Fred (Rhonda), Normand (Pauline) and daughter and angel Paulette (Patrick). Mimi will be deeply missed by her 28 grandchildren , 28 great grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren. 

Her happiest times were spent with family laughing, singing and doting over grandchildren and spending time at the mall with friends.  
Special thanks to the healthcare staff at Lakeridge Hospital for their compassionate care.  
At her request cremation has taken place.

Friends may join the family in celebrating Imelda's life at Mount Lawn Funeral Home and Cemetery, 21 Garrard Rd. Whitby, 905 443-3376 for visitation on Friday May 25, 2018 2 PM-4 PM and 6 PM-8 PM.  

Funeral Mass will be held for Imelda at Assomption De Notre-Dame Catholic Church, 384 Hillside Ave, Oshawa
Saturday May 26, 2018 at 11 AM.

Her ashes will be laid to rest at MOUNT LAWN CEMETERY following the Mass.  

Mimi loved flowers but donations to Alzheimer Society or Grandview Children's Centre in her name also honor her memory.