LESUEUR, REMY

LESUEUR, REMY

31, died Friday, May 11, 2012. He was born September 19, 1979 in Phoenix, the son of Rick LeSueur and Kathi Cork who survive him as well as his grandparents, Jack and Rosemarie McQuaid. Remy is loved by friends, coworkers and family who ache to now be in a world without Remy’s gentle soul, quick wit and sharp mind. A Celebration of Remy’s life will be held at The Franciscan Renewal Center, 5802 E. Lincoln Drive on Thursday, May 24, 2012 at 10:30am www.thecasa.org

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  1. Jeanne Seefus says:

    I am a fellow Wells Fargo Team Member who has never met Remy. I learned of his death in an ususual way when I was asked to cancel his airline reservation to Charlotte. I believe that death is taken so lightly sometimes, I wanted you to know that people do care, even those of us who never had the pleasure of knowing your son. God Bless you and you family.
    Regards
    Jeanne Seefus
    Charlotte, NC

  2. Erik Andresen says:

    I’m very sorry to hear about Remy’s passing. When I owned a collectibles store (Pop Culture Classics), he was one of my favorite customers and he was also a good friend.

    Remy had a great deal of enthusiasm, a lot of natural curiosity, and an amazing amount of spunk. He was always joyous and of a good nature. The world could use a lot more Remy’s. He will be sorely missed.

  3. John Simons says:

    I had only known Remy for a year at Wells Fargo. We actually started on the same day, and went through a lot of the adjustments to a new career together. He was a nice, good natured person and the world is a sadder place without him. He will be greatly missed around the office. Although I didn’t know him long, I treasure the time I did. May he rest in peace.

  4. Dawn Marsolais says:

    My heart goes out to you. May you find peace and comfort in the days ahead knowing the memories of him lie within you.

  5. Jennifer Jakelis says:

    Kathi,

    I am so sorry for your loss. While there is nothing anyone can say to take away your pain right now, please know this – God gave us memories so that we might have roses in December. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Jennifer Jakelis
    PPL

  6. Karen Hagy says:

    Cathi, my heart aches for you and your family. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. If there is anything I can do to help, please don’t hesitate to let me know.

    Love
    Karen

  7. Rich Plaatje says:

    Kathi,

    I never met your son, but I know you. If he was anything like you then he was a wonderful person and great soul. I hope your memories of Remy give you comfort and peace.

    Rich Plaatje

  8. Tom & Sandy McIntyre at Spinnaker Place says:

    We knew Remy when he lived here at Spinnaker Place. We were shocked this Sunday morning when I read of his passing. Any time we needed advice with our computer, Reme knew the answers. He was a great guy and it was a pleasure to have him as a neighbor for several years.
    Kathi, Rick, Mr & Mrs. McQuaid: On behalf of Spinnaker Place and all of us here who had the pleasure of knowing Remy, please accept our deepest condolences.
    Tom & Sandy McIntyre

  9. Judy De Bolt says:

    I was so sorry to hear about your son’s passing. I just wanted you to know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Judy

  10. Carolyn Spencer says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I am a “co-worker” of Kathi’s from phoenix public library, although I do not think we have ever really met. But when I read the e-mail from your branch manager, I felt I should pass along to you a resource given to me after the death of my own son(Hannibal was only 5 weeks from his due date when he passed) Grievingmothers.org. It is an organization which provides support to any parent who has lost a child, regardless of age. They are really helpful in a million ways. And never forget that death is not nearly strong enough to break the bond between mother and child.

  11. Rita Hamilton, City Librarian says:

    On behalf of the staff of the Phoenix Public Library I offer the family our deepest sympathy for your loss. We share a deep sorrow at Remy’s passing. Please know that our thoughts are with you.

  12. Kelly McCauley says:

    Remy was a good friend. We used to watch Suns games together and play basketball as well. I hadn’t seen him for a couple of years, but was shocked to hear of his passing. So very sad. Does any one know what happened to him?
    Sincerely,
    Kelly McCauley

  13. Kathi Mansell DMD says:

    I was so saddened to read of his passing in the newspaper.
    Remy was always a favorite of mine. He was sweet, kind and sincere. I always was happy to hear about the status of his life and job during his dental visits. He was an inspiration to me. My heart is heavy for his parents Kathi and Rick. You both did such a great job in raising this sweet soul!

  14. Etta and Jon MacDonagh-Dumler says:

    Our memories of Remy are of his visits to Midland to spend time with his beloved grandmother, Ronnie and his grandfather, Jack … our hearts ache for them and for Kathi… as we offer our prayers of condolences, of remembering, and of gratitude for the gift of Remy.

    Our son Matt remembers Remy and babysitting him when he was in Midland … we stayed in touch with Remy’s life through the stories and pride Ronnie shared with us….of Remy’s life journey.

    Peace on your passing over Remy …to new life.

  15. Mary Mitchell says:

    Kathi, I know how much love you had in your heart for your fine son, and you can be proud of the kind of person he was and all he accomplished. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.

  16. Trish Loban-Vargas says:

    Kathy and Rick,
    My heart is breaking along with yours. Remy will always be one of my most special PCE “kids”. I am so proud of him and all that he accomplished in life. Through your grief, I hope you know how lucky Remy was to have you as parents. Your love, support and unfailing determination gave Remy the chance to overcome so much and create the successful life he so wanted. Although his life was much too short, he left us all with treasured memories of a wonderful human being. I feel so blessed to have had him be such a big part of my life!
    May God comfort and bless both of you, and give you strength. You are awesome parents.
    With much love,
    Trish Loban-Vargas

  17. Nicole Voigt says:

    Dear Kathi,
    I wish there was something I could say or do to ease your pain, but there isn’t. Just know I am here for you. Anytime. Anywhere.
    Love,
    Nicole

  18. Arlene Candella says:

    Kathi & Rick,
    We just found out today (6/20) about Remy’s passing. We are all so very sorry for your loss. May your memories bring you comfort and please know our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    The Candella’s

  19. Eric Pawlik says:

    Remy was as kind and nice a person that I have ever had the pleasure to know. I hired Remy to work at a company with me some five years ago. Remy was hard working and very IT savvy and he was a tremendous asset to me. As a friend, he had the best heart and gentlest of personalities. He was a great listener who helped me in times of need. Dear Friend, I miss you!

    Your Friend,
    Eric Pawlik

  20. Pam McQuaid/Thorum says:

    Kathi,
    Just called Aunt Ronnie and Uncle Jack yesterday…never knowing. I am so very sad. Take care, my dear cousin. I love you.

  21. Dr. Joyce J. Jennings says:

    Dear Rick,I am so belatedly sad at your loss. I am Leola’s daughter and have been away until the year 2000 traveling the world. Returned to Scottsdale then and shopped constantly at A.J.’s on Lincoln Drive ever since and bought my wine there. Only found out yesterday from Warren L. that you worked there. Went there today to try to find you and they said you had retired 2 months ago. I was very fond of Marlowe although I rarely had the opportunity to see and know him.
    Joya (Joyce Jennings) 480 947 6255

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