March 25,1932 – January 3,2024

Surrounded by family and loved ones in her 92nd year, our mother Louise passed peacefully at The John Noble Home in Brantford where she lived with Alzheimer’s for the last 6 yrs. She leaves behind her loving husband of 72 years, Edward William deLottinville and 3 children, Marie Parent, Janice Noble, and Edmond deLottinville , 8 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Louise was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Her family came first. Louise was born in Saint Godefroi, Gaspe, Quebec, and was one of 14 children. She’s predeceased by her parents Edmond and Emilie Essiambre (Cormier) siblings, Lionel, Clovis, Hecter, Theo, Claude, Aliene, Simone, Juliette, Patricia, survived by Emilie, Donat (Pauline) Sr. Henriette, Sr. Anne Marie.

Mom loved to entertain. She had a real talent for cooking, baking and was an excellent seamstress. She was formally a culinary cook at the Wentworth Lodge in Dundas and worked as a housekeeper/caregiver for many years. Her presence and smile will be dearly missed.

Thank you so much to the staff and caregivers at The John Noble Home. Your dedication, compassion, love, care and respect for our mother will not be forgotten. You were not only her nurses and caregivers, she knew and loved you as her extended family and friends.

Service to take place for the immediate family.

Donations can be made to The John Noble Home in Brantford or to the Canadian Alzheimer’s Society.