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Dubeau CarolDUBEAU, Carol Brenda - (Born in Sudbury ON, February 8, 1956 - Passed away in Newmarket ON, May 26, 2020)

Carol Brenda Dubeau, passed away peacefully at the age of 64, surrounded by the love and caring of her family on the evening of May 26, 2020.

Stubborn to the end, Carol fought courageously against her lung cancer diagnosis and stroke. She never gave up and often talked fondly of her plans in the days to come when she would be out of bed again.

Carol was predeceased by her mother, Margaret Elizabeth McPhail and sister Pam Tattersall, and is survived by her 3 daughters Christina, Carolynn and Jessica. Grandchildren, Christopher, Samantha, and Adam. Great Grandchildren, Honey, Alexander and Cashlynne.

Loved and remembered by Barrie and stepson Connor. Always in their hearts, sons and granddaughter in laws, Steven, Shane, Andrew and Bree.

Creative, free spirited, adventurous and independent, Carol cherished few things more than being outside in the sun, hitting the road in her car or Ebike, walking with nature, late nights with family and friends playing bingo and of course, her XL cup of Tims (triple, triple)

Being with family and friends was where her heart was, and we are grateful she was able to spend her final year comfortably with her daughters and grandchildren. In the end as the last words escaped her, Mom’s eyes would always convey her emotion. Her strong love and happiness would radiate, by the company of family who stayed by her side through those long and final hours.

Mom was a dreamer. She loved to dream big and had so many plans for her life and her upcoming retirement. She had so much energy and so much more to give to the world and the people who love her. She was sadly taken away too soon. We love you and we miss you. Mom you are free.

Carol is to be cremated and with family will celebrate her life with a scattering of her ashes.