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Maureen Prince (née Audet)
April 19, 1935 - July 27, 2021
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<div itemprop="description">Died peacefully at the Lakeshore General hospital on July 27, 2021. <br> <br>Daughter of predeceased Joseph Roméo Audet and Kathleen Morin of Sherbrooke, Quebec. <br> <br>Beloved wife of George Emile Prince for 58 years, she will be lovingly remembered by her daughters Elizabeth, Marguerite (Margie) and Bridget, her sister Louise (Fletcher), nieces and nephews, cousins and extended family in the Eastern Townships and elsewhere in Canada and the U.S. She will be dearly missed by her friends and her sorority sisters from Beta Sigma Phi. <br> <br>A wonderful mother, wife and friend, we will cherish the memories of her warmth, humour and wisdom. A quiet and private person, she enjoyed being outside looking at flowers and birds, reading the papers, listening to the radio, small gatherings with family and friends, going on “nowheres” with Emile and having a cold beer on a terrasse somewhere. In her younger years, she enjoyed cross-country skiing en famille and tennis. She was a bright, compassionate and independent minded person who had a keen interest in travel, history and literature. When she could no longer travel in person, she did so through books and postcards received from family and friends. She always encouraged her daughters to pursue their educations, be independent and travel even though she always worried about them. Family always came first. She faced many health challenges throughout her life with a tenacious spirit and without complaint. <br> <br>Many thanks to the staff at the Vent de l’Ouest and the Lakeshore General Hospital for their care and kindness. <br> <br>Condolences may be made online on the Rideau Funeral Home website. There will be a visitation from 1-3 pm followed by a service at 3 on August 3 at the Rideau Funeral Home. <br> <br>In lieu of flowers a donation can be made to the Lakeshore General Hospital Fund. <br></div>