Michelle Leclerc

It is with great sadness that we say farewell to Michelle Veronica Leclerc. Born April 19, 1963 to John and Diana Leclerc of Dover, she passed away peacefully on Wednesday April 4, 2018 at Chatham Kent Hospice. She leaves behind her best friend and partner Susan Shaw Minshull, “adopted sisters and brother” Camilla and Garfield King and Leslie Dobson, close friends Nin and Pete Matheson and Marilyn Lester, who was like a second Mom to her. She will also be missed by Eva her pug. Michelle was a horticulturist for years. She may have planned and completed your landscaping or cut your grass doing so with pride of work. She played a lot of sports in her younger years and was quite competitive. She was “to the point” and said it like it was while having a heart of gold. At Michelle’s request cremation has taken place with interment to happen at a later date. A Mass will be celebrated at St Agnes Church on Thursday April 19,2018 at 1 pm. Memorial contributions may be directed to Chatham Kent Hospice.

4 Comments on “Michelle Leclerc”

  1. To a great friend. We’ll miss your wit, kindness and sense of humour. Your courage and determination as you battled your illness was to be admired. Michelle, you enriched our lives and we only wish we had more time to love you.
    We wish we could have been there to help Susan and Camilla support Michelle in her final days.
    Aurevoir Michelle,
    Antonine and Peter
    Mississauga, ON

  2. Though we have never met my deepest condolences to you and your family Susan. My the Lord rest his hand gently on your shoulder to help guide you and your family through these sorrowful times.

  3. Although I only met Michelle once, I could tell she was a lovely person. Most of all, I could see how happy you were Sue! Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers! Condolences to you & Michelle’s family & friends.

  4. Michelle you will be greatly missed. Your honesty and heart of gold will be missed. There is no words to describe how supportive you have been of cam and Garfield. Your laughter will be forever missed.

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