Louise Shackle Obituary, Louise Shackle Has Passed Away – Death Cause
- Isabella Mia
Louise Shackle Obituary, Death – It is with a heavy heart that we share the news that one of our players, Louise, has passed away recently. The game that we play tonight, as well as all of our other endeavors, will be devoted to her memory. May she finally find rest in eternal bliss On March 8, 2023, Louise Agnes Lally passed away while her husband and three children were by her side. Her passing was gentle. In addition to being the devoted and valued wife of Thomas Joseph Lally for the past 60 years, Louise is also the loving mother of Michelle (Craig Webster), Michael (Julie Thomson), and Mary K (Paul Murphy), as well as the cherished “Nan” to Zach & Katja, Emmett & Olivia, and Noah & Charlotte.
In Peterborough, Ontario, Louise (who later became known as “née O’Connell”) was one of nine children that Michael and Irene O’Connell welcomed into the world. In addition to her sister Helena, and her brothers Francis, Thomas, Donald, Bernard, and Michael, as well as her sister in law Mary Elizabeth, Louise is survived by her brothers Hugh (Adele deceased), and Fergus (Mary Ann deceased), as well as her sister-in-laws Carol, Frannie, and Pauline. Louise was predeceased by her sister Helena, and her brothers Francis, Thomas, Donald, Bernard, and Michael (Bob Lothian).
Prior to attending the University of Ottawa to earn her Bachelor of Nursing Science degree, Louise received her nursing education and worked as a private duty nurse at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. After completing her studies at the university, Louise moved back to Toronto and began working as a nurse educator at St. Joseph’s Hospital. They eventually got married on August 17, 1963, after falling in love with each other. Tom and Louise chose to raise their three children, Michelle, Michael, and Mary K., in the town of Belleville. The enthusiasm that Louise had for life was contagious. The love that Louise had for her family was unbounded, and neither was the kindness nor the intelligence with which she treated them. She took particular delight in her job as Nan and savored every opportunity to spend time with her grandchildren. The knowledge that she had a full and happy life brings us comfort despite the fact that she will be sorely mourned by her family and friends.
There will be a funeral mass for the