In Memoriam : Lillian Corriveau

Lillian Corriveau Lillian Ann Corriveau - age: 81
(June 28, 1935 to June 05, 2017)
Resident of Hollywood, Florida

Visitation Information:
Her soul is reunited again with her husband Roger, and granddaughter Kristin. We love you, and we miss you. Private services were held.

Lillian Ann Corriveau, age 81, passed away on June 5, 2017 at Memorial Regional Hospital, surrounded by all of her children and many grandchildren. Lucky Lil, as she was well known, was a vivacious woman, who into her final days, could twirl and move on the line dancing floor, win a game of bowling, and play a mean game of cards with the girls. She was adventurous, and enjoyed vacations around the world with her family. As a mother of six, she was caring and compassionate, raising her children under the principles of love, respect, and the importance of family. As a grandmother of sixteen, and great grandmother of two, she was a favorite nurse, and always made fixing scraped knees and pulled teeth easy. She was generous and kind, never forgetting a single birthday with over 30 family members. Even family friends were always welcome and accepted as one of her own. Lillian will forever be remembered for her love of life and the joy she brought to everyone just walking into a room. Mom, Gramma, GG, Lil, you will be in our hearts and memories until we meet again. Lillian is loved and remembered by her many “Sweethearts”: son Alan Corriveau, daughter-in-law Lori, grandchildren Andre, Brandice, and Kevin; son Bob Corriveau, daughter-in-law Pam, grandchildren Bobby, his wife April, Renee, and great-grandson Levi; Rick Corriveau and daughter-in-law Ronna Lee, grandchildren, Megan, Jake, Ella, Elliana, and Elana, Ginger; daughter Linda Zipoli and son-in-law David Zipoli, grandchildren Kaitlyn, Kimberly, and Dominick; daughter Patricia Corriveau and son-in-law Joel Royston; son James Corriveau, daughter-in-law Debbie, grandchildren Jay, Tyler, and great-grandson Jay-3; and also by her beloved cat Annie. Her soul is reunited again with her husband Roger, and granddaughter Kristin. We love you, and we miss you.

Mark Zipoli - June 10, 2017Contact this person Contact this person
My most profound sympathies to you all on the loss of this wonderful woman. Sincerely, Mark


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