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Claire MacDonald Boivin
May 29, 1931 - December 30, 2019
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<div itemprop="description">Claire MacDonald Boivin (88) of the West Island of Montreal passed away peacefully on December 30th 2019 surrounded by family. She was born on May 29th 1931 in Charlottetown PEI and moved to Montreal in 1954 to marry the late Jean-Pierre (JP) Boivin. Claire lived in Roxboro, Pierrefonds and in her final years in Kirkland, Quebec. Claire is survived by 4 children: Denyse ( Luc), Carole (Will), Paul (Judy) and Lynne (Paul), and her 7 grand-children (Melissa, Gen, Andrew, Luke, Sophie, Alec and Chloe) and 2 great grand-children (Louis and Leo) who she adored. Claire was predeceased by JP in 2010. <br> <br>To know Claire was to love Claire. She lived for family, laughter and conversations with friends over a glass of chilled white wine. She leaves behind nothing but beautiful memories. We will miss her cheerful, positive and loving nature and she will be forever in our hearts. <br> <br>The family wish to express our gratitude to Dad's sister Suzanne Boivin Fecteau and Mike Fostaty and his family for their friendship and support in recent years. Claire leaves to mourn her best friend and sister Bernie, her brothers Allan, Jack and Ian MacDonald and many relatives and friends who loved her dearly. <br> <br>Visitation (1:00pm) and Celebration of Life (2:00pm) will be held on Wednesday January 8th 2019 at Mary Queen of Peace Church (11075 Boul. Gouin West Pierrefonds H8Y 1X6); a reception will follow the service. <br> <br>In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the West Island Cancer Wellness Center https://wicwc.com</div>