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McNaughton, Lorraine


1961 - 2020

MCNAUGHTON, Lorraine Sandra

Born in Montreal, on Dominion Day 1961, to Alfred and Stella Matichuk. After an emotional journey with cancer, Lorraine passed peacefully with family by her side at home in Ottawa. Always loved and never to be forgotten by her husband, Ralph and their children, Erica and Andrew. Cherished little sister of Diane (Doug) and Ronald (Christiane). Devoted Grandma to Amelia, Mateo and Lily. Sadly missed by her mother, Stella and her mother-in-law, Joyce. Predeceased in 1988 by her father, Alfred, and in 2020 by her father-in-law, Wesley. Loved by her nephews, Thomas and Michael (Matichuk) and nieces, Jessica, Kendra and Mikaela (Titley) and their parents, Jennifer and Kevin Titley.

Over 25 years, Lorraine brightened the lives of many children and families as a Childcare Provider in her home, a Nursery School Teacher, and a devoted Nanny. Special thanks to those who personalized the human side of cancer; Family Physician Dr. Emilie Daigneault, the Cancer Centre Oncology Team, Bayshore Home Health Nursing Team, Gloucester Centre Rexall Pharmacists, Dr. Regine Krechowicz and the wonderful Palliative Care Team.

Funeral Service to be held at 1pm on Saturday November 21, 2020 at Pinegrove Bible Church.

Due to Covid restrictions, seating is by invitation only.

The service can be viewed online through the following link:

Ashes to be interred at Capital Memorial Gardens. As expressions of sympathy, memorial contributions to the charity of your choice are appreciated by the family.

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I cannot express how I feel. I didn’t know about her health situation. My heart goes out to you, I really mean that with tears in my eyes. I did not know your wife but knew your kids and you for many years. I know how awesome you are so your better half is always better. Take time to heal, there is no limit on that. Praying for your family.

Sean Burke , November 18, 2020


So sorry to hear this Ralph. I hope your family finds the strength to deal with this big loss. My deepest condolences. - George

George Stamatakos , November 18, 2020


My most genuine and sincere condolences. My heart skipped a beat and feels hollow for you and the family. While I did not have the pleasure to meet Lorraine, I think her picture tells the story - she was a great match for your outgoing and fun loving nature.

I'm thinking positive thoughts and sending them your way.

Scott Lawrence, November 18, 2020


I am deeply saddened by your loss and send my deepest sympathies to you and your family. Please know that I am thinking of you during this difficult time. I hope you can take some comfort and courage from all those who know you and support you. Please accept my sincerest condolences. - Susan

Susan Wilson, November 21, 2020

Ralph McNaughton

It was so sad to hear the news about Lorraine. We are holding you and your family up in prayer. May the God of love and mercy wrap his arms around you to comfort you.

Please let me know if we can talk when you are ready.

Karl Ruban

Karl Ruban, November 23, 2020


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