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April 5, 2002 ~ September 29, 2023 (age 21) 21 Years Old
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Elysia "Lese” Melanie LeBeau, 21, of Bristol, RI and Remsen, NY, passed away on Friday, September 29, 2023. Born in New Bedford, MA, she was a 2020 graduate of Mt. Hope High School in Bristol and was active in the music department there.
Elysia was full of life and energy. She enjoyed singing, dancing, playing piano, guitar and her first instrument of choice was the violin. She also wrote beautiful songs to which she enjoyed performing for all to enjoy. She loved being a part of the Mt. Hope MusiCafe and music department while in high school and sang karaoke as often as she could. Lese was also a Jr. Black Belt in Karate. Lese loved the beach and taking her cat Pistachio for a ride in Colt State Park.
She is survived by her loving parents Kevin Brown of Bristol, Lori Hall and William Hamilton of Remsen, NY, her grandparents Jacqueline Brown, Laura Mortuga and Donna Hamilton; Siblings Shauna Pratti and her husband John, Brendan LeBeau and his girlfriend Karlie, Kyrian Hall, Jameson Hamilton and Elisha Hamilton; Her Aunts and Uncles Melanie & Greg Warrenfeltz, Robert & Stephanie Brown, Sandra & Kevin Fraga, Diane & Michael Hall and her beloved Great Uncle Alfred Brazil; Nieces Charlotte & Monica Pratti, Amarah & Kyarah LeBeau; Cousins David & Jessica Brown, Camille Campbell & her son Jackson Frazier, Carter Campbell, Jenni Crader, Hannah & Sophia Fraga.
Elysia is predeceased in death by her grandfather Robert Brown Sr., Douglas Stutz, Great Grandmother Carol Lundrigan and Francis Woods.
Visiting hours will be held on Saturday, October 14th, beginning at 9:00 AM at the George C. Lima Funeral Home, 367 High Street, Bristol, followed by a service performed by Reverend Debra Lee at 10:00 AM. Interment will follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery on Chestnut Street, Bristol.
Donations may be made in Elysia's memory to the Mt. Hope High School Music Department, Mt. Hope High School, 199 Chestnut Street, Bristol, RI 02809, 401-254-5980; Friends of the Bristol Animal Shelter, 11 Broad Common Road, Unit 155, Bristol, RI, 02809, 401-654-8990.