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Gloria  Chagnon

Gloria Rose Chagnon

Sunday, August 30th, 1931 - Sunday, April 4th, 2021
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Lisa

Posted at 09:50am
Mum, I was blessed to have you not only as my mother-in-law but someone that I could come to and talk with about anything. We had shared many, many happy times together. I missed our Tuesdays together once you moved to Florida. Having lunch, conversations and of course the games we played and may I add that you won most of them. I will treasure all of the memories. I am sure Dad greeted you with open arms and you are now with the love of your life. You will be truly missed. I love you Mum.
Always,
Lisa
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Cindia ozella newble

Posted at 07:39pm
So can I just say “ I love 💕 love 💕 this woman. It’s not every day u can meet a stranger with so many similar interests and they captivate your attention and heart for over 25 years . Looking back who would have thought that two opposite could connect and share a strong friendship.I can only say I am so proud to have known her. This is Not a good bye, but see u later. With all my love mûcky
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Joan Chagnon

Posted at 11:46pm
When I first met her I started calling her “Mrs.
Lady,” the name fit somehow. When I married
her son Mark I called them Mom & Dad. Our
children were their first grandchildren and the
kids enjoyed the times they spent with Grandma
& Grandpa. We were a close knit family. They
started a new life in NC after we tragically lost
Mark. We missed Sat. & Sun. visits with them.
They became Great-Grandparents thru our
family and they loved it. It was always Randy &
Gloria, Mom & Dad, until we lost Dad. Only then
there was only Gloria, Mom. But she was never
far from our minds, our hearts or our memories
& we stayed in touch with her regularly. We were
grateful that when Mom moved to FLA she was
with family who loved her and tended to her
care. Ultimately she chose to spend Easter and the
next segment of her life with her beloved husband, Randy, and her beloved son, Mark.
Where she’s now she’s at peace, she’s happy and
she’s loved. Mom is also still alive in our memories
and missed in our hearts. In time we’ll all be
together. 💜 Joan 🌷
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Patricia Harris

Posted at 08:20pm
I met Mrs.Gloria almost 5 years ago at the Moore County Senior Enrichment Center . This is where I attended the knitting class with My Client.Mrs. Gloria was a Widower and so was I . We just hit it off😂. We would call each other and often FaceTime. I was sad when she told me she was moving to Florida,but she said it was time for her to move. Mrs .Gloria loved her family. I will always remember her. Mrs. Gloria you are now reunited with your Husband. Rest In Peace💓💓💓Your Friend Patty as she affectionately called me.Keeping the Family in my prayers 🙏🏾🙏🏾
Patricia Harris❤️🍃❤️
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