Diane Aubertin

Diane Aubertin (Roberge)

Friday, February 29th, 1952 - Saturday, February 15th, 2020
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Aubertin, Diane (née Roberge) 1952-2020
Diane Aubertin (née Roberge), 67, passed away on Saturday, February 15th, 2020 at the West Nipissing General Hospital after a courageous battle with cancer. She was the loving wife of Michel Aubertin. Caring mother to her daughter Ginette Lapensee (Alain Quennevile) and cherished by her grandsons, Eric-Michel and Patrick St-Georges.

Diane was born February 29th, 1952 in Sturgeon Falls, Ontario. She was the eldest daughter of the late Romeo and Simone Roberge (née Restoule). Dear sister to Suzanne (Luc Danis), Rachelle (Danny Baker) Rheal (Ginette Roussel) and predeceased by her brothers Pierre (Francine Rainville) and Michel (Claudette Lapensee), all of Sturgeon Falls. Diane will be missed by her many nieces and nephews, cousins, extended family and friends.

Diane was an avid card payer who loved spending time with her family and friends, especially over a cup of coffee.

At the request of Diane, cremation services were entrusted to the Théorêt Bourgeois Funeral Home and there will not be any service. For those who wish, donations in memory of her are welcomed to the Canadian Cancer Society.
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Jeannine Chamberland and Pauline Clement

Posted at 06:25pm
My condolences to her family and friends .I will always cherish her Xmas gift, think of her each time I use it. She always knew what people needed. She made time for her friends no matter how tired she was. She suffers no more, rest in peace. x0

Posted at 09:24pm
Sympathies à la famille de Diane. J’ai des bons souvenirs de Diane, ma voisine partit trop tôt. Elle était une personne spéciale, qui chérissait sa famille. Ses petits-fils avaient une place toute spécial dans son coeur. Elle va nous manquer. Pierrette Leblanc

Gaëtan Gagnon

Posted at 09:32am
Profondes sympathies à la famille. Nous pensons à vous en ces moments difficiles. Diane était capable de rire de toutes les embûches de la vie et elle aurait sûrement eu son mot à dire d’avoir manqué son 17e anniversaire de naissance! Une femme remarquable.

Rachelle Baker

Posted at 07:37pm
She was so much more than a wonderful Sister; she was a surrogate Mother, a confidante, a caregiver, a friend, a nonjudgmental advice giver, a listener, a safe person to go if you felt lost. She had a tremendous capacity to give of herself. She could always make you smile, she always made time for you. Like a chameleon, she would adapt to fit your needs. She thought me that the love of family is where you can always go to find strength and to be your best self. I know you will keep guiding us. I will miss you so very much my big Sister.

Samantha Disley

Posted at 06:43pm
She was such a beautiful person inside and out. Please take comfort knowing she is at peace. Cherish all the wonderful memories you all had with her. My deepest condolences to the whole family. Samantha and family. xx

David Restoule Posted at 06:55pm

She was always so kind to me whenever I returned to Sturgeon Falls. She always met me with a warm and loving hug. I will always cherish that. She was truly genuine and her Samba matches against Aunt Melda remain instilled in my mind.. God bless you and heaven certainly got another angel ... your cousin David Restoule ...

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