ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Diane LaCasse Saillant, 66 years old, born on November 23, 1954, and passed away on April 5, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Carol Garneau on April 13, 2021
My lovely sister, it's still a shock knowing you are no longer with us. It's not gonna be easy that is for sure. But I know I must accept what is. Please watch over me with Dad and give me the strength to go on. No words for the love we had for each other, that will never end my love. <3 be at peace and rest.           All my love Di
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Posted by Carol Garneau on April 13, 2021
My lovely sister, it's still a shock knowing you are no longer with us. It's not gonna be easy that is for sure. But I know I must accept what is. Please watch over me with Dad and give me the strength to go on. No words for the love we had for each other, that will never end my love. <3 be at peace and rest.           All my love Di
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Diane C. Saillant 66, of 100 Front St. passed away on April 5, 2021 at home. She was the wife of the late Richard V. “Red” Saillant. Born in Woonsocket she was a daughter of Pauline (Brunelle) Lacasse Cotnoir of Lincoln and the late Edgar Lacasse.  Diane was a machine operator and quality control supervisor for Tech Industries for ten years. She had also worked for the Woonsocket Head Start and Day Care Program for twelve years. Diane enjoyed scrap booking, going to the ocean and her cats. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family, especially her great grandchildren.

Diane is survived by her son Richard V. Saillant Jr. of Woonsocket, a sister Carol Garneau of Woonsocket, three brothers David Lacasse of Woonsocket, Wayne Lacasse of Cumberland, and Gary Lacasse of New York, two step-sisters Corlis Moniz of Mendon, and Celeste Benjamin of Milford, her grandson Nathan Saillant of Woonsocket, two great-granddaughters, Hailie-Marie and Felicity, and many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her granddaughter Brittany Saillant.

Friends and family are invited to visiting hours on Thursday from 5-7 PM at the Fournier & Fournier Funeral Home, 463 South Main St. Woonsocket. Funeral service and burial will be private.

Diane was married for 35 yrs. before her husband Rick passed away 8 yrs ago. It changed her life. Living with Nathan and Lexi was good, she was happy to be with the girls, her great granddaughters. And Lexi was there to help her out.  When she decided to move on her own, she got in a high rise. The last 2 yrs. have been awful for her, in and out of the hospital.  Well things started going downhill.....I never even thought it was your time yet, you always pulled through, you are such a brave and strong woman. Well....not this time . I will always keep you with me my sista,

I love you and miss you so much
Ca
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Princess Di

Shared by Carol Garneau on April 30, 2021
Uncle Al and Aunt Anne used to call you that. Being 5 yrs. apart is a lot for a kid. when you were 15 I was only 10......I always wanted to hang with you but .....no. As we grew, got married had families, we started getting real close. Then we were inseparable..... Having a few with you tonight. Just really need to let it out....I know you are with us still, but in a different way.
Love you dearly,
Ca

Princess Di

Shared by Carol Garneau on April 26, 2021
I know you are still with me, I can feel you in my heart and soul. I love and miss you so very
much but have a long time to go to accept losing you. Please keep watch over all of us, give Daddy a hug n kiss from me. And everyone else too! 

wish you were still here,
love, sista