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In Memory of Alexandra Gahan 

Passed away suddenly on April 18, 2023, at the age of 25 years. She was the daughter of Noreen Lavoie (née Gahan), and the late Luc Vigneux. She leaves in sadness her partner Jonathan Fequet, her stepfather Michel Lavoie, her brothers Jean-François Lavoie (Véronique Leduc), Benoit Lavoie (Carina Borges-Brownrigg), Zacharie Lavoie (Danyka Lavoie), Raymond Boisseau, and her sister Cassy Lynne Sabetti-Vigneux Myers. She also leaves in sorrow her grandparents: the late Cécile Piché (née Vigneux), Marcel Piché, Georgelène Lavoie, Hilaire Lavoie, Sheila Pringle, and Michael Beaubien. She will be missed by her nieces and nephews: Alexavier Lavoie, Nina Lavoie, Kaia Lavoie, Isaac Lavoie and Emma Lavoie, as well as many friends.   

A celebration of life will be held on Friday, May 5, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Heritage Funeral Complex (1250 Trim Road, Orleans, ON). 

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to: https://www.gofundme.com/f/alie-alexandra-jeannine-gahan?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1

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So sorry for your loss. My condolences to Noreen, Michel her siblings, family and friends. Thinking of you all during this very difficult time 🙏🏻🫂

We wish to express our sympathy to the members of Alexandra’s family. It is a great loss at such a young age.
Though we would like to be present at the ceremony on the 5th May, it will be impossible as we host a 3-hour conference at the same time.
You can be assured that our prayers will accompagny you.
Robert and Carol

Alie was my first friend I made when we first moved to Ottawa. Noreen, Mike and Alie were our Foxwell neighbours. My parents (Eric & Dawn Pilon and Alie’s parents introduced us. I’ll never forget our first time laughing together. Alie was about to walk into her front door and I was partially hanging out our bathroom window because i had locked myself in our bathroom. We had never had a conversation yet but I saw her coming and instantly called for her help. She came over without a doubt and we laughed about how dumb i was locking myself in the bathroom. From then on we bonded over binge watching Teen Wolf & obsessing over Dylan Obrien. We watched countless movies, had countless all nighters & sleepovers & bonded over simple teenage girl things. She was the nicest and most positive person I ever met. She was a real friend who you knew you could always talk to. She wasn’t only beautiful on the outside but such an amazing beautiful person on the inside. She will be missed dearly and always adored.

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I am deeply saddened by Alie’s passing, and am very sorry for your loss. I taught Alie at LBPearson; she was thoughtful and kind, and she embraced her Indigenous Studies course with enthusiasm. Truly, a pleasure to teach.

My deepest sympathies to all of Alie’s family and friends. Although I’ve never met her, she was my son Andrew’s good friend, he always spoke highly of her and enjoyed her company and for that I am truly grateful.

Alie, remembering and loving you always kiddo. I’ll take care of Cassy for you. We all have an angel now

We are so sorry for the loss of Alie. Sending all of you our deepest sympathies. May your memories keep her forever in your hearts.

We’ve lost our happy little angel Alley.

We will always feel your loving hugs and see your glowing smile.

You will be forever in our sweet dreams.

Love and peace

Sheila and Michael

Alie was always so vibrant and a happy-go-lucky person. She loved life, lived life and will be missed by everyone who knew her

Forever in our prayers

Beaubiens, St Pierres, Labelles and Murphys

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