Lucie Therese (Como) deMontarnal

December 30, 1935 ~ August 12, 2019 (age 83)


Lucie deMontarnal

December 30, 1935 - August 12, 2019


Lucie Therese de Montarnal (nee Como). Lucie was born December 30, 1935 to Pierre & Clara (Baribeau) Como in Rostern, Sk.  Lucie was raised on a farm in Duck Lake (Titanic Area).  Lucie graduated from the convent in Duck Lake in 1954.  She attended Teachers College (L’Ecole Normale) in Saskatoon.  She then taught one year in Titanic and then went to teach in Butte St. Pierre.  This is where she met the Love of her life – Louis de Montarnal.  This was a quick romance.  They met in September, engaged at Christmas and married Easter Monday, April 22, 1957.  They lived on the homestead and farmed until 1966.  They then moved to Debden with 5 children. One more was added to this union.  Louis and Lucie farmed until 1977 and moved into town in 1995.  Lucie stayed home until 1973, then she worked as Librarian, store clerk and a Teacher Aide.

 Lucie was involved in the community – Ladies Club and was president for a few years, Federation de Aines Fransaskois (V.P.), The Provincial Advisory committee for Older People, Seniors Club (L’Age D’or) and was president for many years and also with Al-Anon.  Lucie was awarded the Bravo Benevoles in 2008 from Le Conseil de la Saskatchewan.  Lucie was active in her community. Her francophone language and culture were the root of her volunteerism.  She volunteered on organizing committee for winter carnivals, centennial celebrations, school reunions and parish missions. Lucie was recognized for her dedication and commitment to the Literacy Volunteer Program and her volunteer contributions to Saskatchewan Penitentiary.

Lucie enjoyed baking, she tried many new recipes on her family and most times were hits. She also liked entertaining.  She enjoyed doing all kinds of crafts, she completed many plastic canvas projects.

Lucie loved drama, doing skits, and even writing some of her own.  She always had to plug in a joke (always appropriate for the occasion).

Lucie bowled and was quite competitive, even top scorer at one time.

Lucie had great faith and loved her Savior.  Because of this, the grandchildren always asked her to say grace at their weddings.

Lucie’s greatest accomplishments were her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.  In the end these littles ones brought her great joy. She was their GG.

Lucie is survived by her 6 children Lise, Colette, Pierre, Roland, Nicole & Celine.

Lise (Marvin) Klingler & their children:

          Jamie (Genny) Burley & their children Kayden & Telia

          Joshua Klingler

          Tera (Ben) Orr & their children Isabella, Oliver & Elias

          Tracy (Kyle) Hinrichs & their children Maeve & Hollis

          Tanis Klingler

          Tori Klingler

Colette (Allen) Scott & their children:

          Kezia, Isabel & Micah

Pierre de Montarnal & his children:

          Stephan & Jeannie

Roland (Connie) de Montarnal & their children:

          Justin (Katrina) de Montarnal

          Michael (Kerry) de Montarnal & their children Isabelle & Lainey

          Jenaleigh Judge & her children Collin & Logan

          (Grandson) Ethan Wilson

Nicole (Kevin) Turner & their children:

          Chezanne (Dylan) Shewchuk & their children Kamden & Jake

          Stacey (Jolan) Lajeunesse & their children Myer & Sabbeth

          Stephanie (Brennan) Caswell & their children Tessi & Jovie

          Erica (Norbert) Virlics & their children Isla & Kain

Celine (Milton) Parras & their children:

          Ashlee (Derek) Blais & their children Bennett, Torri & Halee

          Jerit (Michaela) Parras

          Cole (Victoria) Parras & their child Billie

Her siblings:

          Armande (Victor) Fauchoux, Aline Grimard and Omer (Laurine) Como

She was predeceased by her loving husband Louis Hughes de Montarnal,

Her parents Pierre & Clara Como, her brother Gerard (Rolande) Como,

her sister Marie-Ange Mauvieux and brother-in-law Gaston Grimard

niece Suzanne, nephews Paul, Perry and Johnny.

Prayers were said Sunday August 18, 2019 at 7:00 pm and the Funeral Mass was celebrated Monday August 19, 2019 at 10:30 am both services were held at St. Jean Baptiste Roman Catholic Church, Debden, SK.  The Celebrants were Fr. Michael Fahlman, Fr. Lucien Larre and Fr. Yves Marchildon.  Music Ministry was provided by members of St. Jean Baptiste Roman Catholic and many members of Lucie’s family assisted with various roles within the Funeral Mass.  Lucie’s final resting place is with her husband Louis in the Debden Cemetery.  Following the Funeral Mass and Interment all present were invited to lunch and fellowship in the church basement.  Friends so wishing may make memorial donations to the Saskatchewan Mental Health Association in Lucie’s memory as tokens of remembrance.  Family and friends wishing to send online condolences are invited to visit  Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Beau “Lac” Funeral Home, Mark Muir, Funeral Director, Debden, SK (306) 724-4474.


She will forever be in our hearts

“I can no longer see you with my eyes

But I will feel you in my Heart forever”

“You are an Angel in the shape of my Mom”

“Everything I am today is because of you”

We love you Mom

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Prayer Service
August 18, 2019

7:00 PM
St. Jean Baptiste Catholic Church
Main Street
Debden, Saskatchewan S0J 0S0

Funeral Mass
August 19, 2019

10:30 AM
St. Jean Baptiste Catholic Church
Main Street
Debden, Saskatchewan S0J 0S0

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