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Louisa Brazzoni

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In Loving Memory of 

Brazzoni Louisa 

1933-2022 

Louisa was a resident of Spruce Hill Lodge for 10 years. She passed away at the Timmins and District Hospital on Friday February 18th, 2022, at the age of 88 years. Predeceased by her parents Noemi & Felice (Felix) Brazzoni, immigrants from Northern Italy who had settled in Kirkland Lake and by the father of her children Anthony (Tony) Mattina.  

Beloved mother of sons Tony Lane of Ottawa and John Lane (Florentina) of Romania. Dearest grandmother of Stephanie Lane of Toronto. Cherished sister of Teresa Leaght of Australia. 

Louisa was a teacher at TH&VS and later at Roland Michener. She spent many enjoyable summers at Gibson Lake with her sons and her second husband the late Grant Lane. Later on in her life she also enjoyed years of being a snowbird in Florida with her good friend Gil Bedard. She considered herself very fortunate to befriend Gil's daughter Joanne Bedard of Timmins, a very good and trusted friend who was with Louisa to the end. She was president of the Catholic Women’s League for several years and she managed the office at the Good Samaritan Inn for a few years as well. Louisa was very proud to be a member of the South Porcupine Community. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends. The family wishes to extend their deepest gratitude to the staff of the TDH for all their care and support. Donations to the Good Samaritan Inn, South Porcupine will be gratefully acknowledged by the family.  Arrangements entrusted to Stinson Funeral Home, 100 Bruce Avenue, South Porcupine, ON, P0N 1H0 (705)235-2900 www.stinsonfuneralhome.net 

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