PLATTSBURGH — POUST — A Mass of Christian burial for Judith Lynn Poust, 65, of Morrisonville, who went into the arms of the Lord on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, surrounded by her loving family at Fletcher Allen Healthcare in Burlington, Vt., was celebrated at 11 a.m on Friday, Jan. 11, at St. Alexander's Church in Morrisonville. The Mass was celebrated by Rev. Scott Seymour, Pastor, concelebrated by Rev. William Reamer, Pastor of Our Lady of Victory Church, and assisted by Deacon Marvin Connor, Ray Turbide, David Pereira and Robert Mertz. The organist was Ben Reavis, accompanied by the parish choir. The pall was placed by Keri Prescott, Vicky LaForest, Kaitlyn Poust and Kathryn LaForest. The crucifix was placed by Jonathan Prescott, the Bible was placed by Zachary LaForest and the rosary was placed by Sue Snyder. The readers were Katelyn Burdo and Nikkole LaForest. The Responsorial Psalm was led by Kassandra Poust. The offertory gifts were presented by Lauren and Julia Prescott. Words of Remembrance were shared by her grandchildren. The pall bearers were Henry LaForest, Zachary LaForest, Eric Poust, Kenneth Snyder, Jeffrey Prescott and Todd Harvey. Entombment followed at Whispering Maples Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, where Rev. Seymour read committal prayers. Arrangements were entrusted to Brown Funeral Home, 29 Broad Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901 (518)-561-3980. Online condolences and memorial candles may be offered at http://www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com
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