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Mona Leroy
July 21, 1932 - January 5, 2019
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<div itemprop="description">We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of renowned Ottawa psychiatrist, Dr. Mona A. Leroy, on Saturday January 5, 2019, at the tender age of 86. <br>Mona passed away peacefully at Viva Assisted Living Facility. <br> <br>Born to Persigny and Kelita Leroy in Jacmel, Haiti, Dr. Mona Leroy made Canada her home since 1960, where she continued her medical training, raised her 6 children with then husband Dr. Jean-Maurice Dennery, and built a thriving psychiatry practice where she focused on abused women.. <br> <br>Mona was known as a wise and gentle soul, with laser wit. Through her work, and with her very presence, she touched the lives of many far and wide, <br>Beloved wife, mother, and partner, Mona Leroy passed away peacefully, surrounded by her children and her partner. <br> <br>She leaves in sorrow her children Dominique, Phyllis ( Gregory Mundy), Gabriella (Gina Jefferson) Pascale (Arvern Lofton), Morice (Trisha Sylvia) and Christian (Dolores Lagdameo), her cherished grandchildren Adrien (Ann-Marie), Ariana and Miles, Emmanuel, Joshua, Erika, Jaden, Ava and Gabriel and her partner of 33 years Bob Baker. She also leaves many nieces and nephews and friends. <br> <br>The family wishes to thank the staff at Viva for caring for Mona in the last months of her life. <br> <br>Mona loved flowers so feel free to send these. Donations in lieu of flowers can be sent to the Mona Leroy Haiti Medical Education Exchange Program Fund, which has been set up to help medical residents from Haiti to receive education in America to enhance their learning. <br> <br>Donations can be made at: <br></div>