Couture (nee Aldridge), Patricia

Couture (nee Aldridge), Patricia

October 26th, 2019

Peacefully on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Victoria Hospital’s Palliative Care Unit, Mom passed into the arms of the Angels and the Arms of Dad. She was 88. Mom was surrounded by her family. Mom is survived by her five children: Roger (Brenda), Alain (Ruth), Suzanne, Jeanne (Kondra) and Corrine Crozier. Beloved Grandmother of four grandchildren: Keith (Melani), Mark, Jamie (Laurie), and Melissa (Patrick). Great-Grandmother to nine. Mom was very active in the Boy Scouts of Canada, 427 R.C.A.F. Wing, C.W.L., and St. Vincent de Paul and was a strong advocate for Home Share, L’Arche London and Community Living London. She spent over 30 years as the Kitchen Supervisor at St. Peter’s Seminary before retiring. Visitation will be held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Wednesday from 2:00-4:00 and 6:00-8:00 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at MARY IMMACULATE PARISH, 1980 Trafalgar Street, London on Thursday, October 31st, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Private family interment at Woodland Cemetery following cremation. Those wishing to make a donation in Patricia’s memory are asked to consider L’Arche London or Community Living London.

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Toinette and Tony Parisiodear Corrine, Roger, Jeanne, Susanne, Alain and family. We are so sorry of your loss of a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother as well as a strong advocate and friend to many. We wish you strength in your grief , our prayers are with you all. Peace and strength for the journey.
Fr.Vincent van ZutphenI have fond memories of Patricia. Having lived at the Seminary for many years myself, I got to know Patricia quite well. She was always very kind, understanding and helpful. Dealing with so many different tastes and needs certainly was very challenging. Patricia was very conscientious about doing her best. I pray that God will reward her richly for her gentle support and friendship. .
Janice McNorganMy deepest sympathies to Pat's family and friends. I got to know her during visits with my brother Steve at Meadow Park Nursing Home. They sat at the same table, with Pat to the left of Steve. I enjoyed our conversations over dinner when I visited during that time. Steve had Down Syndrome. I was not aware of Pat's connection to Community Living London until now. Pat always displayed a particular fondness for Steve. He was always happy to shake her hand and offer a smile, which she happily reciprocated. Steve passed away at Meadow Park on October 9. I find comfort in the fact they are both now together again at the Lord's dinner table.
David E TonnerI have fond memories growing up with your family on Wellesley Crescent 50 years ago, and I am sorry for your loss. A truly great woman caring for all has been lost.
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