In Memory Of OSBORNE, Fleurette

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Visitation Information

Kane & Fetterly Funeral Home
5301 Decarie Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec
January 15, 2020
10:00 - 11:00 /

Service Information

Kane & Fetterly Funeral Home
5301 Decarie Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec
January 15, 2020
11:00
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Messages for the Family of OSBORNE, Fleurette

From: Evelyn Myrie

My dear friend Fleurette... I will miss the times we shared talking politics and about life. You have been a good and faithful servant...promoting women's equality and racial justice.
From: Anne Miller

Rest in peace.
You will be remember as a stoic, yet gentle woman.
Thank you for your contribution to human fabric of Canada.
From: Angela Murrell

My dear Fleurette, you will be surely missed by your friends. Thanks for all that you have done as an activist for women and for your humanitarian work in west Africa.
May you Rest In Peace
From: Loris Thomas

Sincere condolences from the Congress of Black Women Ontario Inc. We thank you for your years of service to the organization. As this smaller group of women continue the work, we are mindful of your contribution to the larger organization. Thank you. Rest in Peace.
From: Jean Parris

Dear Fleurette,
Though you are not able to read this , let it be documented that you were are source of inspiration and a true mentor to all who had the pleasure of knowing you. You fulfilled your purpose. Now may you Rest In Peace.
From: Louise Johnson

Your efforts and contribution to human and women's right have been significant catalysts in paving the way for the rights and privileges we have in Canada today.
You will be remembered not only as the first president of the Congress of Black Women, but also a role model for your generation of immigrant woman of colour. RIP
Louise Johnson
From: Mary Philbert

May you rest in peace

Mission accomplished!
From: Greer gordon

A lovely lady who I had the pleasure of knowing and working with as her typist of her many reports and speeches since the early 80s, until she started taking care of her sister. She loved her siblings and always spoke of them with kindness. Now it is your time, Rest In Peace.