AnnMarie Gisele Dube-Lizotte, 73, of Bristol, passed away on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at Midstate Medical Center in Meriden. Born in Grand Falls, New Brunswick, Canada on November 25, 1948 to the late Armand and Alma (Levesque) Cormier. Gisele is survived by her husband, Hermel Lizotte. They enjoyed the last 7 years together and 5 years as husband and wife. From the moment they met, they fell in love and were inseparable. Gisele immediately became a member of our family, she fit in perfectly. Gisele also leaves behind her step-children and their spouses. Mark and Amanda Lizotte of Bristol; Richard and Sarah Lizotte of Terryville. Gisele instantly became a grandmother to Riya who adored her and was lovingly known as Memere to Parker and Olivia. Her grandchildren will miss her tremendously. They each held a special place in her heart.
Gisele is also survived by her siblings, Clovis Cormier (Jeannine Durepos) of Saint-André, Fernande (late Gaston Berube) of Charlo, N.B., Gilles Cormier (late Lise Powers) of Saint-André, N.B., Claudette (late Patrice Beaulieu) of Moncton, N.B., Armande (late Yvon Beaulieu) of Moncton, N.B., Claude Cormier (late Corine Landry and partner Cécile Méthot) of St-Sava Jonquière, QC.,Micheline Cormier of Grand Falls, N.B., Jacqueline (Peter Shellenburg) of Halfmoon Bay, B.C., Jocelyne Cormier (Eric Pierce) of Picton, Ontario and many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. She was very close to her sister Mimi and her niece, Anne Beaulieu Caron, who was like a daughter to her. She is predeceased by two brothers, Mario Cormier & Guy Cormier and two sisters, Gaëtane Givskud & Marielle Albert.
Gisele was the owner and operator of Gisele’s Coiffeurs in Plainville, CT. She was a proud business owner for over 50 years. Gisele enjoyed each of her clients and getting to know each of them and their families. The stylists at Gisele’s salon were not just her employees, she considered them close friends and family. Gisele was always open to learning new things and meeting people. She enjoyed visiting the casino, traveling to Aruba and Canada, going to dinners, especially at The New Mill, and golfing. Gisele touched many people in her travels, and she will be missed by many. While life will go on and she will watch over us, we are forever grateful for her presence in our lives and will miss her dearly.
Visiting hours will be Thursday, January 13th from 4 to 7 PM at Funk Funeral Home, 35 Bellevue Ave., Bristol which has the honor of serving the family. Funeral services will begin on Friday, January 14th, at 9 AM at the Funeral Home, a Mass of Christian burial will follow at 10 AM at Saint Ann Church, The Parish of St. Francis de Sales, at 215 West Street, Bristol. Burial will follow in the Lizotte family plot at Saint Joseph Cemetery, Bristol. Flowers are welcome, if you would like to plant a tree in Gisele’s honor please visit her memorial page at www.FunkFuneralHome.com
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