Marie Simonne Annette Morissette (nee: Valcourt) , of Hearst - Date of Death: October 27th, 2004 - 74, of Notre-Dame Hospital was held Nov. 1, 2004. She died Oct. 27th following a lengthy illness. Born April 26, 1930 in Mattice, she was a member of Hearst's Club soleil des aîné-e-s seniors club and Les Filles d'Isabelle. A quiet, smiling person who had resided the past four years at the hospital, she had earlier enjoyed five-pin bowling, crocheting, tossing horseshoes, playing cards, singing and dancing. Predeceasing her were an infant son Gaëtan Morissette in 1955, Timmins granddaughter Marie-Ève Faucher in 2003, grandsons Stéphane Pominville of Toronto in March 2004 and infant Philippe Faucher in 1999, infant great grandson Patrick Leclair in 1990, a sister Jeannette Morin, brothers Léonard of Hearst in 2002 and Léon Valcourt, and Hearst brother-in-law William England in 2002. She leaves her husband Lucien Morissette of Hearst, daughters Gisèle Morissette, Nicole (René) Larose, and Micheline Morissette, all of Hearst, and Nathalie (André Faucher) Morissette of Timmins, and sons Marcel of Montreal, Maurice (Solange) of Hearst, Jean of Sudbury, and Mario (Donna) Morissette of Barrière, B.C. Also surviving are her sisters Thérèse (Herb) Langner of Brantford and Léa England of Hearst, brothers Edmond (Adèle) Valcourt of Brantford, Ernest (Roseanne) of Castleton, Ont., and Ferdinand Valcourt of Hearst, sister-in-law Bibianne Valcourt of Quebec City, former brother-in-law Paul Morin of Kapuskasing, and 13 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Rev. Rémi Lessard directed the service at Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption Cathedral. Eulogies were read by daughters Gisèle and Nathalie Morissette. Interment followed at Monsignor Grenier Cemetery. Funeral director was the Salon Lafrance Funeral Home. Commemorative donations may be made to the Arthritis Society.