Mazerolle, Theresa Mary

September 23, 1920 – November 13, 2017
at the age of 97 years

Memorial Mass:  Monday, May 21, 2018, 9:00 a.m., St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 32550 Seventh Ave., Mission, BC.  Interment to follow at Hatzic Cemetery.  A luncheon will be served at the church following the graveside services.

Theresa was born in a family of 4 boys and three girls in Campbellton, New Brunswick.  As the baby of the family, she loved being spoiled.  When the boys wanted to get ready for dates, she would lock the bathroom door and charged them a quarter to get in and get ready. This was mom’s favourite tale.
When she was 19 she met the love of her life, a baker by the name of Leo Mazerolle.  They were married in 1940 and spent 48 years together. Now after a wait of 30 years they are again free to love again.
Theresa and Leo had 2 children. Carmel who later married Dean Neighbour and they had two children named Shaun and Scott.
Maurice came along shortly after and later married Bonnie Kessler, and they have two children named Drew and Danielle.
The great grandchildren include Levi, Brody, Tyson, Keira, Kristian, Jasmyn, Lilli and Mia.
Theresa was busy as a delivery girl as she called herself for Leo’s bakery.
On her days off, she liked to fish, bowl, curl, play bingo, play cards and was ever so lucky at everything she did.
She also made incredible tourtiere every Christmas and loved to knit afghans for everyone she loved including the church bazaars.    Love you mom….you will be missed.

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  1. Aunt Theresa was without doubt the most liked and loveable relative in our family. I was proud of having Aunt Theresa and Uncle Leo as my God-Parents. Throughout my lifetime, I would receive Christmas Greetings and a gift where the rest of the family and my friends didn’t from their God-Parents. Her visits down East were much appreciated and the highlight of the season, winter summer or whenever. All of my friends, neighbours and the people of Campbellton though the world of her and enjoyed her company. She loved to play cards, especially the crib game and challenged anyone to the game and win, how much my father, Adelard, hated to lose to her!!! She was the life of a social gathering and made herself at home wherever she visited. With her illness in the last few years, I missed talking to her and her visits. As for me, Uncle Leo and Aunt Theresa had a happy life and their marriage was the best matched and ideal couple with lots of fun, homemaking, vacationing, socializing and so caring with their individual activities. My memories of both will be forever lasting. R.I.P. Aunt Theresa . Love you!!! My Sincere condolences, to you Carmel, Maurice and family. “Saying goodbye to someone we love is heartbreaking. May you, Carm and Maurice, find comfort in all the special memories shared with your mother, my “Aunt Theresa.”

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