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It is with great sadness that the family of Erica Lindy Morrisseau announces her passing on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 in Toronto, Ont.

Erica was born on Aug. 30, 1979 in Fort Frances to Melvin and Irene Morrisseau. She was the baby of the Morrisseau family and they all had a special place in their heart for her.

Erica was a free spirit who could not be contained but she always remained close with her children and nieces and nephews.

She would often reach out and share experiences, knowledge and advice, helping them and supporting them on their journeys.

She leaves behind her daughters, Haley and Tehya Horton; mother, Irene Morrisseau; sisters, Dawn Morrisseau, Candace Morrisseau (James Leonard) and Christine Morrisseau; nieces and nephews, James Morrisseau, Makayla Morrisseau, Cheyannah Morrisseau, Jeremy Jordan, Jared Jordan, Jessica Jordan, Trinity Morrisseau, Destiny Morrisseau, Jacy White, Iva-Jo Andy, Regeenah Andy and Chrissy Andy; great-nieces and nephews, Nysaiah Morrisseau, Keires Morrisseau and Ciarra Morrisseau; aunts and uncles, Joyce Bruyere, Armond Jourdain (Lavana) Sr. and Rudy Morrisseau; numerous cousins; and her dog, Charlie.

Erica was predeceased by her father, Melvin; aunts and uncles, Vernon Jourdain, Marshall Jourdain, Rodianna Flett, Mabel Bruyere, Vernon (Smallie) Bruyere, Jim Banks, and Alton (Bunger) Morrisseau; and cousins, Rudolph Morrisseau Jr. and Clayton Windego Jr.

A prayer service was held on Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 7 p.m. at Green Funeral Home in Fort Frances, Ont.

Funeral mass was held on Monday, July 15, 2019 at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church in Couchiching First Nation, Ont.

The pallbearers were Armand Jourdain Sr., Jeremy Jordan, Dakota Bruyere, Chris Adams-Gallow, Justin Morrison and Jonathan Carpenter.

The honourary pallbearers were Cynara Vondra, April Bruyere, Aleta Bruyere, Dianna Singleton, Jana Yerxa, Amanda Jourdain and Misty Kelly.

If friends so desire in memoriam donations may be made to the MS Society of Canada.

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