LARMOUR, Melanie 1982-2023

English version below

Le dimanche 8 janvier 2023, à l’âge de 40 ans, est décédée tristement Melanie Larmour de St-Lazare. Elle laisse dans le deuil ses sœurs bien-aimées Natasha (Mark Thomson) et Suzanne (Tim Curl), ses oncles, ses tantes, son cousin et sa cousine, ainsi que tous ses autres parents et amis.

La famille recevra parents et amis, en présence des cendres, le vendredi 20 janvier 2023 de 18h à 21h à la Résidence funéraire F. Aubry et Fils Inc. située au 28, St-Michel, Vaudreuil-Dorion. Une liturgie de la Parole sera célébrée vers 19h30. L’inhumation aura lieu à une date ultérieure.

Au lieu de fleurs, des dons à la Fondation des maladies du cœur et de l’AVC seraient grandement appréciés.


On Sunday, January 8, 2023, at the age of forty, Melanie Larmour from St-Lazare regretfully passed away. She leaves to mourn her beloved sisters Natasha (Mark Thomson) and Suzanne (Tim Curl), her uncles, aunts and cousins. She is also survived by all of her other relatives and friends.

The family will receive condolences, on Friday, January 20, 2023, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at F. Aubry & Fils Inc. Funeral Home, 28 St-Michel, Vaudreuil-Dorion. A Liturgy will be celebrated around 7:30 p.m. Burial will take place at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be greatly appreciated.


  • Ginette Poirier Posted 17/01/2023 7:07 pm

    Sincères sympathies à la famille Larmour ainsi qu’à la famille Amyotte, mes pensées sont avec vous.

  • Doris Tobin Posted 17/01/2023 7:48 pm

    Melanie was very special and will never be forgotten.
    My sincere condolences to you all.

  • Marco Zuares Posted 18/01/2023 3:27 am

    We will all miss You very much!! My sincere condolences to whole Family! RIP Melanie

  • Andrew Legault Posted 18/01/2023 4:30 pm

    Hello and goodbye

    In early 2006, Melanie Larmour became part of the CNC family. In a noticeably short time, Mel’s continuous smile and laugh brought a new meaning of “Joie de Vivre“ to all of us.
    Her enthusiasm and strong mind were her drive to take on and conquer new challenges on a regular basis. Mel was always happiest when she was busy, and as busy as she was, all was always in order by the end of the day.
    Mel had an uncanny ability of gathering and conveying information between suppliers, customers, and the CNC team and always in such a jovial way. If she didn’t have the answer, she would not stop until she did.
    We all knew that if we needed to get something done, Melly Mel was only a phone call away.

    1 of 2

  • Andrew Legault Posted 18/01/2023 4:31 pm

    2 of 2
    The craziness of the past few years has been tough on all, but Mel knew how to be the glue that kept us all on track and focused.
    No words can describe the loss that we are all feeling. You will be missed dearly by all.
    Thank you for being an amazing colleague and friend, our memories of you will continue with us forever.

    Goodbye Mel

  • Fernande Amyotte Posted 18/01/2023 9:34 pm

    My deepest condolences to the family. Sending my love and hugs to all. Love you… God Bless

  • Ryan Vreedenberg Posted 19/01/2023 9:23 am

    I’ve always known how lucky and blessed I was to have you as part of my life. Having someone who you can be fully genuine with and fully open up to is not easy to come by, but with you, it was natural and effortless. You are the one that knows me inside and out, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I’m thankful for everything you’ve done, helped me through and most of all, the time we’ve spent together. I love you so much, you are my favorite person in the world, and always will be…

    Goodbye Daaaarrrrling

  • Henriette Racine Posted 19/01/2023 6:44 pm

    How do we keep going without you??? Will miss your pirouettes, jetés and general silliness! Love you!

  • John Kozakiewicz Posted 20/01/2023 12:46 am

    Sincere condolences to Melanie’s sisters, Natasha and Suzanne. I first came to know the Larmour family through Natasha, whom I had the great good fortune to employ in my bookstore for several years. My daughter, Christina, became good friends with Melanie (Mel), and I fondly recall picking up and dropping Christina at the Larmour home in St. Lazare many times. Mel was a sweet and lovely girl, and I was always glad to see my daughter Christina and Mel spend time together. The girls’ father, George, was a kind and congenial man who played a very nurturing role in his daughters’ lives. It must have been very tough for the girls after their mother died. Again, I was so very sorry to learn the sad news of Mel’s death, and I hope that Natasha and Suzanne find some peace in their grief.
    John Kozakiewicz and Natalie Segall

  • Konstantin Nifakos Posted 21/01/2023 5:23 pm

    My condolences to the family, this was very sad news indeed.

  • Denis and Janet Lecompte Posted 22/01/2023 11:18 am

    Natasha / Suzy and loved ones. It was with great sadness that we heard about Melanie’s passing. Her strength charm, poise, made the world a better place and she will be missed. While we cannot be with you this week, you are in our thoughts. Love Janet and Denis

  • Michael Williams Posted 27/01/2023 1:17 pm

    My most sincere condolences to Melanie’s Family and the CNC Automation team..
    Who will miss Melanie greatly…
    May she rest in peace

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