Chris Casavant Obituary, Death -Complications from his condition caused Chris Casavant, 53, to pass away on November 5 at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington. Wakefield, Massachusetts served as both the site of birth and the final resting place. He was surrounded by worried family members, friends, and other people. She was raised in Walnut Creek, California, by her parents, Raymond and Priscilla (Girouard) Casavant. Daughter. She was Priscilla Casavant (Girouard). She was born without a mother. 1978 saw Chris Casavant graduate from WHS. 1978, Wakefield High School In Wakefield, Lisa has had positions at The Savings Bank and Forest Manor Nursing Home.

Lisa graduated in 1982 as a member of UConn’s first graduating class. She obtained her degree there. She went to Assumption College as well. In 1999, she relocated to Andover, where she established Positive Pets as her company. She has referred to Andover as her home since 1999. Lisa has dedicated her life to upholding the rights of animals, particularly bully-breed dogs. an advocate for animal rights. She made an effort to overturn the statute that prohibited discrimination based on breed. Despite having numerous clients, friends, and volunteers, the canine community will miss her the most.

Raymond R. Casavant and Christopher Casavant, who are both from Wakefield and are also Lisa’s parents, can carry on Lisa’s legacy. Lisa’s parents both grew up in this region. The Wakefield McDonald Funeral Home, 19 Yale Avenue, will host her funeral service on Monday at 9 a.m. The funeral services will be held at St. Joseph Church, 173 Albion Street, in Wakefield, Massachusetts. At 10:00 a.m., the service begins. The McDonald Funeral Home will be open for visits on Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. On Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00, anyone who desire to express their condolences may do so. The day of remembering is Sunday. Attendance is open to everyone.