Chris Casavant Obituary, Death – Chris Casavant was 53 years old when he passed away on November 5 at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington as a result of complications from an illness. Chris was born in Wakefield, Massachusetts, and he passed away there. He was surrounded by friends and family members as well as other loved ones who had profound concern for him. She was born on August 28, 1960 in Walnut Creek, California, and her parents were Raymond Casavant and Priscilla (Girouard) Casavant. She was their daughter.
She was known by her full name, Priscilla Casavant (Girouard). Her mother had already passed away prior to the time that she was born. Chris Casavant graduated from Wakefield High School in 1978 and was a member of that year’s graduating class. He attended Wakefield High School until his graduation in 1978. Lisa’s previous employment history includes not only her time spent working at the Forest Manor Nursing Home but also her time spent working as a teller at The Savings Bank in Wakefield.
Lisa is a member of the University of Connecticut’s first graduating class, which took place in the year 1982. She earned her degree there. In addition to that, she attended Assumption College for her undergraduate education. Since 1999, she had made her home in Andover, which was also the location of the business that she owned and ran, which was known as Positive Pets and was located there. Since 1999, she had lived in Andover.
Lisa devoted her entire life to defending and promoting the rights of animals, with a specific emphasis on the bully breed dogs who held a special place in her heart. She was an advocate for animal rights. She contributed a significant amount of time and energy toward the overturning of laws that discriminated on the basis of breed. Despite the fact that she will be greatly missed by an uncountable number of clients, friends, and volunteers, the canine population is the one that will feel her absence the most keenly.
Raymond R. Casavant, the cherished father of Lisa Casavant, and Christopher Casavant, the cherished brother of Lisa Casavant, both of whom reside in Wakefield, are among those who are able to carry on her legacy after her passing. Both of Lisa’s parents can trace their beginnings in the world back to this city. Her funeral is scheduled to begin on Monday at nine in the morning at the McDonald Funeral Home, which can be found in Wakefield at 19 Yale Avenue.
After that, there will be a funeral mass held at St. Joseph Church in Wakefield, which can be found at 173 Albion Street. The service will begin at ten in the morning. Visitation for her will be held at the McDonald Funeral Home on Sunday from three until five o’clock in the evening. Visitors can pay their respects to the deceased at the funeral home on Sunday between the hours of 1:00 and 4:00 pm. Visitors can pay their respects to the deceased on Sunday. Those who are going to be there have our warmest invitations.