Lisa Olivier

Lisa Olivier passed away at home in Cranston unexpectedly just two weeks prior to her birthday. She would have been 57 on August 22. Lisa leaves behind her children Laura and Daniel, as well as her grandchildren Azarel, Eden, Zion, and Sawyer. Lisa resided in Cranston Rhode Island most of her life, but her favorite was Kent Place where she watched her children grow up and then get married. She was involved in various activities over the course of her life including a prison ministry, singing in a Christian band, and being a Girl Scout brownie troop leader. Lisa attended St Dunstan's Academy in Providence for high school where she was involved in drama and gymnastics. She worked in many different positions including the Trudeau Center, the retirement community Village at Hillsgrove, as a secretary at Edgewood Congregational Church, and at Broadway OBGYN. She took care of her mother Annette Olivier until she passed away from Alzheimer's and also cared for many children over the course of her life. A Memorial service will be held on Monday August 28, 2017 at 7:00pm in The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston.

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Cookie Rodi - 08/26/2017

Dear Leslie, So sorry to hear this news. Our prayers are with you and your family. She is forever in your heart.

Denise Blanchette Casalino - 08/27/2017

Leslie my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. May the memories of Lisa ease the pain in your heart.

Michael Turchetta - 08/27/2017

My condolences to the entire family. I am very sorry for your loss.

David J. Spinney - 08/27/2017

My condolences and sympathies go out to you and your family.

Deborah (Milton) Masland - 08/27/2017

So sorry to hear of Lisa's passing. I have so many fond memories of being young mothers together. She will be greatly missed. Praying for your comfort at this time.

Christina & Michael Leduc - 08/28/2017

Diandra, Leslie and to all the Olivier family . Our thoughts and prayers to all of you during this very difficult time.

Bruce Davidson - 08/28/2017

Aimee, Leslie, Bob, Diandre and Michelle, I am so sorry for your loss. Lisa was such a sweet and special person and will be missed. Let her spirit soar!

Clifford and Andree Wells - 08/28/2017

Michele,Diandre,Robert,Leslie and Aimee, we are saddened and very sorry for the loss of your sister, our niece, Lisa Renee. All of you became part of our lives at the will of your parents. Some of you, four, including Lisa, shared entire summer experiences with us and our family. Our love and concern for all of you existed all of your lives and continues. Our "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" singing niece , Lisa, has been missed and never forgotten. She would fall asleep each night singing this speical song. To this day it remains a special song in our hearts. Our Love for Lisa's siblings, her children and grandchildren as well as her nieces and nephews continues and is ever present as we continue with our lives. May your lives be filled with many blessings as well as kind thoughts for the two sisters, born in the '30s, who share and shared with you their French Canadian heritage.
With much love and sympathy,
Uncle Cliff and Aunt Andree

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