Raoul Hache (1946-2021)
C’est avec une immense tristesse que nous vous annonçons le décès de M. Raoul Haché survenu subitement à l’Hôpital de Tracadie, le vendredi 22 octobre 2021, à l’âge de 75 ans. Il était l’époux de Rollande Comeau et demeurait à Benoit. Né le 4 août 1946, il était fils de feu Ligouri Haché et de feu Flora Brideau.
Outre son épouse, il laisse dans le deuil deux fils : Martin (Karen Blanchard) de St-Irenée et Marco (Céline Duguay) de Benoit; deux petits-enfants qu’il adorait énormément : Rico et Dean; trois sœurs : Murielle de Beresford, Yvette (Blair) et Carolle (Joanne) tout deux de Dieppe; sept frères : Jean-Guy (Pat) du Connecticut, Normand (Allain) de Québec, Conrad (Judy), Roland (Armande) tout deux de Beresford, Pierre (Colette) d’Allardville, Daniel de Montréal et Jacques (Edith) de Petit-Rocher, ainsi que plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-sœurs, neveux, nièces, cousins, cousines et filleuls.
Une sœur, Colette; un frère, Claude, ainsi qu’une nièce, Marie-Josée, l’ont précédé dans la tombe.
M. Haché avait deux métiers auxquels il était très dévoué. Il à travaillé pour plus de 30 ans comme Iron Worker et il était aussi l’ancien propriétaire d’Extincteur Nord Est 2000.
La famille recevra parents et amis à compter de 13h, le mardi 26 octobre, à la Maison Funéraire Robichaud & Fils, 3875, rue Principale à Tracadie. Une célébration de la Parole aura lieu à la Maison Funéraire Robichaud & Fils, le même jour, soit le mardi 26 octobre, à 15h. Une preuve vaccinale complète et le port du masque seront obligatoires pour entrer au salon funéraire.
It is with heavy hearts the family of Colin Tulip announces his peaceful passing, which occurred on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at his home surrounded by his loving family.
Born in the Northeast of England on July 15, 1940, he was the son of the late John and Bella (Patterson) Tulip. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his brother, John Tulip.
Being born in England during WWII, Colin had amazing stories to tell about that time, which could only be told by someone who lived through it like he did. These stories included his family home being hit with a bomb, playing in the air raid shelter in the back yard, and the “rush” when the candy rations were lifted (he was often too slow and rarely got any). The most emotional memory for him was being 5 years old at the end of the war and seeing his father for the first time. He watched him march in a parade from afar, but was not able to physically meet him for another month since the army kept his father to nurse him back to health as he was so malnourished after years of being a POW at Dunkirk.
While Colin was in school, he was a competitive swimmer, but left school young to work on a farm where he quickly took up welding, which he made his lifelong career. He was a welder & iron worker for 65 years. Welding took him to many places in the world to work; however, his favorite job was on the North Sea, especially on vessel DB42. He told countless stories about his times on that boat, and in Amsterdam. In the late 1970’s his welding trade brought him to Canada where he fell in love with the culture, particularly the fact that you didn’t have to pay anyone to hunt and fish on the land. He decided to immigrate to Saint John, which became his home for the rest of his life. He became a proud and loyal member of the Ironworkers Union, Local 842, and stayed an active member long after retirement. He greatly appreciated the brotherhood. He was well known for his welds, and some of the jobs he was most proud of was the skywalk at Market Square, and the stairs to the 2nd floor at the Regional Hospital.
In retirement, Colin never stopped welding. He spent much time with Jimmy Benjamin in his garage, working on cars and welding as needed. In fact, he welded his son, Sean’s, 350x frame just a month before his passing. He was also an avid Blue Jays fan, and very rarely missed a game.
Since Colin was a young boy, he loved to hunt, fish, and shoot. He was a championship skeet shooter in England and was always looking for ducks. When he immigrated to Canada, he bought a small fishing boat that he was so proud of, and fished his heart out. He carried his love for all things outdoors through his entire life, and all of his children picked up part of that spirit in one form or another. He was most proud of his children, often stating that he knows for sure five things he got right in his life, and would name each one.
Colin only found out his terminal illness in May of this year, and at that time, his daughter, Joanne, and son-in-law, Shawn, brought him home with them to make the best of his final months. Although he loved his independence, he had stayed with them during two past health issues years before. Since moving with them this time, he stated many times that he was living the best moments of his later life, and was thrilled that his son was posted to Gagetown for a six-month course and was able to have his him and grandson, Matt, around more. He was always a guy who did whatever he wanted and kept a positive attitude with a large dash of dark “Northeast English” humour. His upbeat attitude and dry humour never faltered during his last months and days on earth.
After Colin’s diagnosis, his daughter, Joanne, started recording him telling his stories, which he thought was a fantastic idea. He quickly grew a large following on social media that turned out to be an amazing support system. Hundreds of people started reaching out with encouragement, sending him cards in the mail, and CBC News even did an article about how he was living his last months with dignity, which was published just two days before his passing. He was most touched by the letter received from the Blue Jays Baseball Club, thanking him for cheering them on all the years and letting him know the team was doing the same for him. He was so pleased that people wanted to hear what he had to say and that his words were making an impact in people’s lives, and his wishes were that his past recordings continue to be shared. The kind words of others kept him telling more and more stories, with one of his sayings being “if you’re not talking, you’re rotting so you’re better off talking”. His family is forever thankful for the kindness received from strangers all over the world.
Colin is survived by his sons, Anthony Tulip of Northallerton, England, Paul Tulip (Yvette) of Norton, England, and Sean Tulip (Katie) of Campbellford, ON; daughters, Sharon Bowman of Billingham, England, and Joanne McGouey (Shawn) of Baxter’s Corner, NB; sister, Kathleen Wright (Peter) of Billingham, England; sister-in-law, Jean Tulip; cherished grandchildren, Mark (Daniela), Kelly, Helen (Martin), Victoria (Simon), Sarah, and Matthew; and great-grandchildren, William, Pippa, and Ruben; several nieces and nephews; and long time friends, Jimmy Benjamin, Allan Benton, and Roger Radcliffe.
In keeping with his wishes, there will be no visitation or funeral service. Colin loved a good story and talking about memories. If you have a fond memory, story and/or photo with Colin, please feel free to share it in the comments section below for his family and friends to cherish. Donations in memory may be made to Kennebecasis Extra Mural Program, or to the charity of the donor’s choice.
The family would like to express their heartfelt appreciation to Dr. Daigle-Maloney, for her care and attention throughout our father’s brief illness. Special thanks are also extended to Dr. Love and Megan Carr of the Extra Mural Program, who knew and respected our dad’s wishes and did their best to help us carry them out with ease.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Colin Tulip, please visit our floral store.
To watch the recording of Colin's stories that his daughter Joanne recorded please visit her page on the site TikTok @originaltulip.
The death of Douglas Charles Madore occurred Monday, December 28, 2020 at the Chalmers Regional Hospital.
Born in Minto, NB he was the son of the late William and Mabel (Rowe) Madore.
Survived by his loving wife, Donetta (Bishop) Madore; son, Terry Madore; daughters, Stacy Kilfillen (Derrek) and Kelly Johnson (Randy); grandchildren, Lyndsey, Austin (Halie) and Brandon; great grandson, Xavier; mother – in - law, Alberta Bishop; brother, Alfred Madore; sisters, Betty Pye, Rose MacDonald, Mary Scribner (Vernon), Mavis Rouse, Harriette Orr (Bob), Belinda Lamon (Dave) and Tammy Hoyt (Randy); several nieces, nephews and cousins.
In addition to his parents, Douglas was predeceased by daughter, Glenda Madore; daughter,daughter-in-law, Della Madore; brother, Eugene Madore.
The death of Mr. Daniel Edward Durdan occurred peacefully on Thursday, November 26, 2020 at the SJRH Palliative Care Unit with his son and sister by his side. Born on April 22, 1955 in Saint John, he was the son of Marion Louise Durdan (Flowers) and the late James Edward Durdan.
Dan was a welder by trade completing his apprenticeship after graduating high school. In 1976 Dan joined the Ironworkers Union Local 842 and held Lifetime Member status. During his 44 years as an Ironworker, he had a hand in many large-scale construction projects such as the construction of the SJRH and the Point Lepreau refurbishment.
Dan is survived by his son Ryan Durdan, his mother Marion Durdan, siblings Tina Durdan (Rheal), Ed Durdan (Joy) and his very special friend Cindi Clayton as well as several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Dan is also survived by several lifelong friends who he held dear to his heart.
Besides his father, Dan was predeceased by his sister Dorothy Keleher and infant brother Patrick Durdan.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Castle Funeral Home, 309 Lancaster Avenue, Saint John, NB E2M 2L3, 506-634-1701. Per Dan's request cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation or service. Interment will be held in Greenwood Cemetery at a later date. Donations in Dan's memory can be made to the Kings Way Care Center (Quispamsis neighborhood unit). Online condolences can be made at www.castlefh.com.
David Durant of Saint John, passed away peacefully at the Saint John Regional Hospital on Sunday, August 9, 2020. Born in Saint John January 13, 1946, he was the son of the late Stanley and Edith (Levigne) Durant.
David was an Iron Worker for over 40 years, a long-time member of Local #842 who worked all over Canada but primarily in New Brunswick . He was a member of Stella Maris Catholic Church and the KOC Council # 8364. A true outdoors man; he enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with family and friends. In more recent years; he was known as a friendly face who visited McAllister Place every day where he would check his “scratchies”- lottery ticket. Devoted husband, father, proud grampy and brother. Those who knew and love him will miss him forever.
David is survived by his son Trevor (Liz) of Rothesay, daughter Tanya Colwell (Phil) of Saint John; precious grandchildren Jeremy, Kyle, Taylor, Hailey (Josh) and Keenan; great-grandchildren Elise and Myles; siblings brothers Donald (Colleen) and John (Carole); sisters Theresa Smith, Donna Van Leeuwen (Nick), Margaret Sciefers (Bill), Betty Bosco and Jean Donaldson; brother-in-law Jim Orr; cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Along with his parents, David was predeceased by his wife Ann (Crilley) Durant, daughter Kim Ward, brother Fred Durant, sisters Audrey Umgher and Dianne Orr.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Road (646-2424) Visitation will be held on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Due to public health guidelines social distancing will be required. The funeral home staff will be available to assist in receiving of friends and to help guide visitors with social distancing regulations. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Stella Maris Catholic Church for private family only please. Interment to follow at St. Joseph’s Cemetery.
Donations in David’s memory can be made to the Cardiac Care Unit of the SJRH or to Stella Maris Catholic Church. To send a message of condolence please visit www.fundyfuneralhome.com
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Richard Eugene Pugh (Fredericton, New Brunswick), born in Saint John, New Brunswick, who passed away on May 4, 2020, at the age of 78, leaving to mourn family and friends. Family and friends are welcome to leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family.
He was loved and cherished by many people including : his parents, Elizabeth Pugh (Munn) and Horace Pugh; his step-mother Vesta Pugh; his wife Eileen Pugh (Camp); his step-brothers, Larry (Agnus) of Aurora and Gary (Sue) of Ottawa Ontario; and his sisters-in-law, Dorothy Snowball (Peter) of Fredericton and Gloria Clark of Fredericton. He was also cherished by several nieces and nephews.
There will be no visitation or service due to the Covid 19 restrictions currently in place.
If so desired, memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Association or the Alzheimer's Society.
Normand Dollard, 76, of Scoudouc, passed away peacefully on Friday, May 22, 2020 at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont UHC, Moncton. He was the son of the late Sylvain and Elizabeth (LeBlanc) Dollard
Normand spend his military career with the Royal 22nd Regiment, he worked as an Ironworker for 45 years prior his retirement having worked near and far for many years, a member of Local 842. He was 1st degree member of the Knights of Columbus and a member of 47 years of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 33 in Shediac.
He is survived by his daughter, Joanne Dollard of Scoudouc; his brother Aquila (Aurella) Dollard of Scoudouc; his grandchildren, Bianca (Steven), Mikey (Mélanie) and Andrew (Isabelle); his great grandson, Austin. He will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews.
Besides his parents, Normand was predeceased by his wife Adéline (Bourque) Dollard, his brothers, Harvey, Gerry, and Fred.
Because of the pandemic, a private funeral service will be celebrated at a time to be announced and live stream of the funeral will be posted at that time.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the CHU Dumont Foundation (Oncology) fund would be appreciated.
Raymond Duguay, 71, of Trois-Ruisseaux, passed away on Thursday September 12, 2019 at The Moncton Hospital. Born on July 21, 1948 in Trois-Ruisseaux, he was the son of the late Yveton and Angela (Arsenault) Duguay.
He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Ethel née Landry; one daughter, Crystal Goguen (André) of Grand-Barachois; one son, Sylvio (Gretchen) of Texas, USA; four grandchildren: Giaa, Kiana, Zavier, and Zaelle; five sisters: Raymonde LeBlanc and Renita Landry (Tony Fagan), both of Portage, Richardine Cormier (Paul-Emile) of Memramcook, Roberta Duguay of St-André, and Rachel Forest of Moncton; two brothers: Roger (Florence) of Pembroke, ON, and Robert of Portage; as well as several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by one sister, Rose, and brother, Richard.
The family will receive condolences at Frenette Funeral and Cremation Centre, 396 Main Street, Shediac (532-3297) from where the funeral will be celebrated on Monday September 16 at 11 am followed by a reception. Visiting hours are Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm and Monday from 10 am until time of funeral.
In memory of Raymond, a contribution to the Friends of The Moncton Hospital Foundation (Palliative) would be appreciated.
Lucien Charest (1953-2019)
À l’Hôpital Régional de Campbellton, le mardi 9 juillet 2019, est décédé à l’âge de 65 ans, Lucien Charest de St-Maure, époux de Frances Levesque. Il était le fils de feu Rita (née Pitre) et de feu André Charest.
Outre son épouse Frances, il laisse dans le deuil ses enfants : Anabel de Dieppe, Jolianne (feu Clovis Roy) de Dieppe, Eve de St-Maure et Annic de St-Maure; ses petits-enfants : Mathew, Roxane, Alyssa, Mickaël, Émily, Yanik, Éric et Alex; son arrière petit-fils Kody; ses frères et sœurs : Robert de Campbellton, Bertrand (Nicole) de Campbellton, Albertine (feu Blake) de Miramichi, Ernest-Guy (Lucille) de Malauze, Marcel de Québec, Marie (Gaëtan) d’Atholville, Pierre (Suzanne) de Campbellton, Mario (Randy) de la Louisiane et Armand (Hélène) de Malauze ainsi que plusieurs membres de la famille Levesque et Audet, nièces, neveux et amis.
Il repose désormais auprès de ses parents, ses frères : Roger, Jean-Marie, Jean-Denis, Gaëtan, Jacques, Irénée, Gordon, Camille et Paul.
Les funérailles auront lieu le lundi 15 juillet 2019 à 11h en l’église Saint-Benoît de Balmoral. Respectant les volontés de Lucien Charest, il n’y aura pas de visites au salon funéraire.
Edward Leslie Bastarache
It’s with great sadness the family of Edward Leslie Bastarache announce his passing on Sunday, November 4th, 2018 at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital in Fredericton. He was born on May 12, 1929 in Saint John, NB to the late Vital and Elmire (DeRoches) Bastarache.
Edward was an Iron Worker all his life, retiring from Trent as a Foreman and Iron Worker. He was a member of Iron Workers Local 842. He was a very hard worker, making sure his family was provided for and looked after all his life. Edward enjoyed puzzles, gardening, doing yard work and spending time with his family.
He will be dearly missed by his daughters Sheila Shephard (Lorne) and Jackie Moorcroft (Brian), son Terry Bastarache, brother William Bastarache, sister Helina Bastarache, many grandchildren and great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
Edward is predeceased by his parents, loving wife Linda (Comeau) Bastarache, son Lester Bastarache, siblings; Anita Gladys, Arthur, Barbara, Eugene, Gladys, Henery, Alfred Frederic, Able, Viola, Earnest, Daniel and Walter.
Born in Minto, he was the son of the late Telexphore and Obeline (Cormier) Vautour.
Survived by his loving wife, Martha (Caissie) Vautour; sons, Gary (Karen), Mike (Lucy) and Andy (Barb); daughter, Judy Merifield (Ted); grandchildren, Natasha, Mitch, Crystal, Ashley, Curtis, Corey, Joshua, Christie, Bradley and Sophie; 5 great grandchildren; brothers, Gerald (Dorothy), Norman (Joanne) and François Vautour; Several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, Emery was predeceased by brothers, Eddie, Ernest, Joey and Henry; a sister, Ida McLean.
C’est avec une immense tristesse que nous vous annonçons le décès de Robert Russell, survenu à l’Hôpital régional de Miramichi, le lundi 23 juillet 2018, à l’âge de 66 ans. Il était l’époux d’Angela Kenny et demeurait au Stymiest. Né le 13 décembre 1951, il était fils de feu Walter Russell et de feu Annie Barry.
Outre son épouse, il laisse dans le deuil ses fils: Kevin (Johanne), Jamie (Kim), Ryan (Chantal) et Brian qu’il considérait comme son fils; quatre petits-enfants: Kayla, Mia, Sadie, Ava et un futur bébé à venir; ses frères et sœurs: Ellisson (Joanne), Blake (Janice), Bernice (Yvon), Teresa (late Sterling), Wade (Connie, Russell (Veronica), Karen et Carol; sa belle-mère, Anita (feu Archie Kenny), ainsi que plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-sœurs, neveux nièces, cousins, cousines et filleuls.
Trois frères: Raymond, Alvin et Lloyd, ainsi que deux sœurs: Rita et Elena, l’ont précédé dans la tombe.
La famille recevra parents et amis à compter de 14h, le mercredi 25 juillet, à la Maison Robichaud & Fils, 50, rue Otho, à Neguac. Les funérailles auront lieu en l’église Saint-Bernard de Neguac, le jeudi 26 juillet à 11h.
It is with heavy hearts that the family of Duncan A. Horne, husband of the late Helen (Cross) Horne, announces his passing, which occurred on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at the Saint John Regional Hospital. Born in Moose Factory Township, ON on August 28, 1956, he was a son of the late William and Zena (Bell) Horne.
Duncan will be missed by his sons, Jeff and Murray Horne; his wife, Ruth Smith; his sisters, Mary O’Donnell (the late Ruaidhrí ) and Willena "Billie" Horne; sister-in-law, Meg Horne; as well as several nieces, nephews and friends.
In addition to his parents and wife, Duncan was predeceased by a brother, Murray Horne.
Arrangements are under the care of Brenan’s Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, Saint John, NB (634-7424). At Duncan’s request, there will be no formal visitation or funeral service at this time. For those who wish, remembrances may be made to Pancreatic Cancer Canada or a charity of the donor’s choice. Online condolences may be placed at www.BrenansFH.com
À l’Hôpital de Tracadie, le mercredi 7 février 2018, à l’âge de 77 ans, est décédé Eugène Morais, époux d’Armelle Basque. Il demeurait à Rivière-à-la-Truite. Né le 22 mars 1940, il était fils de feu Arthur Morais et de feu Lorette Duguay.
Outre son épouse, il laisse dans le deuil deux filles: Josée (Stephen Sampson) et France (Richard Haché); un fils, Sébastien; une petite-fille, Charlotte; trois sœurs: Adèla (Alvida), Délisca (Hector) et Sr Yvonne, fma; trois frères: Antoine (Cédée), Arthur (Laurianne) et Robert (Jeannette); deux belles-sœurs: Esther et Lena, ainsi que plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-sœurs, neveux, nièces, cousins et cousines.
Trois frères: Hector, Noël et Jean-Paul, ainsi qu’une sœur, Alice, l’ont précédé dans la tombe.
Grand amateur du Canadiens de Montréal, ses plus grandes passions ont été de jouer au hockey, de faire de longues promenades en vélo, prendre de longues marches, couper du bois et s’occuper de son petit champ de bleuets. Monsieur Morais a travaillé comme Ironworker local 752 et local 842 pendant plusieurs années. Il était membre des Chevaliers de Colomb, 3e degré de Tracadie.
La famille recevra parents et amis à compter de 19h, le vendredi 9 février, à la Maison funéraire Robichaud & Fils, 3875, rue Principale, à Tracadie. Les funérailles auront lieu en l’église Saint-Jean-Baptiste et Saint-Joseph de Tracadie, le samedi 10 février, à 11h.
Heures de visites: le vendredi 9 février, de 19h à 21h, le samedi 10 février, de 9h30 à 10h45.
À la mémoire de Monsieur Morais un don à la Société Alzheimer du N.B. serait apprécié.
Entouré de sa famille, à l’Hôpital régional de Miramichi, le samedi 15 juillet 2017, à l’âge de 64 ans, est décédé paisiblement, suite à une courageuse lutte contre le cancer, Monsieur Claude LeBouthillier. Il était l’époux de Marie-May Gionet et demeurait à Neguac. Né le 31 décembre 1952, il était fils d’Yvonne Godin et de feu Allain LeBouthillier.
Outre son épouse et sa mère, il laisse dans le deuil deux filles : Gaëtanne (Garth) et Ghislaine (Martin) ; trois fils : Gaëtan (Sheryl), Gabriel (Pauline) et Ghislain (Dawn) ; ses petits-enfants adorés : Hunter, Spencer, Abygail, Conner, Allain, Zack et Kennedy ; quatre sœurs : Edith (Alphée), Yvette (feu Joe), Catherine (Keith) et Annette (Bernard); quatre frères : Yvon (Colette), Ernest, Gérard (Augustine) et Edgar (Joanne) ; ses filleuls : Roseanne et Christian, ainsi que plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-sœurs, oncles, tantes, neveux, nièces, cousins, cousines et amis.
Une sœur, Alinda, l’a précédé dans la tombe.
La famille recevra parents et amis à compter de 19h, le lundi 17 juillet, à la Maison Robichaud & Fils, 50, rue Otho, à Neguac. Les funérailles auront lieu en l’église Saint-Bernard de Neguac, le mercredi 19 juillet à 11h.
Heures de visites: le lundi 17 juillet, de 19h à 21h, le mardi 18 juillet, de 14h à 16h, de 19h à 21h et le mercredi 19 juillet, de 9h30 à 10h45.
It is with heavy hearts the family of Patrick Joseph (P.J.) Stone announce his peaceful passing on Friday, July 7, 2017 at the Saint John Regional Hospital surrounded by his loving family and friends. Born in Saint John on January 12, 1934 he was a son of the late Maison L. Stone.
Before retiring at the age of 70, Patrick was an iron worker and long-term employee of Ocean Steel. He was one of the founding members of Local 842 International Association of Bridge Structural & Ornamental Iron Workers and past member of Local 172 ILA. Always with a positive attitude, he was well respected and always eager to lend a helping hand to others.
He enjoyed working in his yard and was often found assisting others with their work. He appreciated nature and was known to feed wandering wildlife. He always had a pocket full of candy for friends and colleagues which earned him the name "Candy Man" by many that knew him.
Patrick is survived by his daughter: Holly A. Stone (Rodney McIntyre); sons: Allan J. Stone, Stephen D. Stone, Mark A. Stone (Tatiana Radchenko), and Daniel P. (Vanessa) Stone; grandchildren: Lisa and Laura Wills, Emma and Riley Stone and Jordan and Evan Stone; and step grandchildren: Kelsey Leduc and Katey McIntyre.
Resting at Brenan’s Bay View Funeral Home, 1461 Manawagonish Rd., Saint John West, NB (634-7424) with visitation on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 from 2-4 and 6-8 PM. A funeral liturgy will be held at Brenan’s Bay View Chapel on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 12:00 PM. Interment will take place in Holy Cross Cemetery. For those who wish, remembrances in memory of Patrick may be made to First Steps Housing Inc. or Romero House.
Henry (Duke) Gene Aubie
Henry (Duke) Gene Aubie, beloved husband of Gilberte, his wife of 52 years, passed peacefully on May 9th 2017 in Moncton NB at the age of 75 surrounded by his loved ones.
Henry will be sadly missed by his children: Doreen Verkley (Phil), Emily Tait (Troy), Duke Aubie (Jennifer), April Binder (Kirk) and Dean Aubie; his grandchildren: Sarah, Samantha, Cody, Kiana, Penny, Aidan and Kennedy and his great grandchildren: Hunter, Arabellah and Deacon. Henry was predeceased by siblings, Oscar Miller (Mavas), Marion Kelly (Fred) and Lisa Richardson (Burl).
Henry was born in Campbellton, NB April 16th 1942, and lived most of his life there, the place he loved. He was baptised at the Anglican Church of Canada, was a career Ironworker (Local 842) and lived a full life as father, grandfather and great grandfather. Henry will be sadly missed by his many family and friends.
The family would also like to thank the many doctors and nurses for their great service.
A service to celebrate and honour Henry’s life will be held at the Anglican Church of Canada, 6 Aberdeen St., Campbellton with date and time to be announced. Interment to be held in Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes Atholville Cemetery, Tide Head, NB.
Arrangements under the professional care and guidance of Fergusons Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, Moncton (858-1995).
In lieu of flowers, donations to the CHU Dumont Foundation (Palliative Care Unit) in Moncton NB would be greatly appreciated by the family. Online condolences for the family can be made at www.fergusonsfuneralhome.com
Donald Losier (1946-2017)
Paisiblement, entouré de sa famille à l’Hôpital de Tracadie, le vendredi 31 mars 2017, à l’âge de 71 ans, est décédé Donald ‘ Ti-Coune’ Losier, époux de Noëlla Fournier depuis 49 ans. Il demeurait à Tracadie. Né le 8 janvier 1946, il était fils de feu Emery Losier et de feu Emerentienne LaPlante.
Outre son épouse il laisse dans le deuil deux fils: Steven (Sonia Vautour) et Joey (Annie Noël ); quatre petits-enfants : Franceska, Nathan, Noah et Logan; six sœurs : Cécile (Simon Savoie), Jacqueline (Luc Fournier), Marie-Thérèse( Jean-Maurice Landry), Francine (Donald Gagnon), Rita (Edgar Savoie) et kathy (Jeff Landry); trois frères : Clarence (Pierrette Benoit), Onile (Alphonsine Haché) et Raymond (Joanne Arseneau); deux filleuls: Rita et Ti-Marc, ainsi que plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-sœurs, neveux, nièces, cousins et cousines. M. Losier était Ironworker de métier local 842.
La famille recevra parents et amis à compter de 14h, le mardi 4 avril, à la Maison funéraire Robichaud & Fils, 3875, rue Principale, à Tracadie. Les funérailles auront lieu en l’église Saint-Jean-Baptiste et Saint-Joseph de Tracadie, le mercredi 5 avril, à 11h. Heures de visites: le mardi 4 avril, de 14h à 16h, de 19h à 21h, le mercredi 5 avril, de 9h30 à 10h45.
Eugene Brideau (1955-2017)
It is with great sadness the family announces the passing of Eugene Philip James Brideau which occurred at his home on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 with his daughter, girlfriend, and granddaughter by his side. Born 1955, in Saint John, he was the son of the late Edmond Joseph and Mary Marjorie (LeBlanc) Brideau. Eugene was an Iron Worker at Ocean Steel. He enjoyed going for long drives, attending the flea market on Sundays and spending time at Tim Hortons. Eugene cherished every moment spent with his grandchildren and family.
Eugene is survived by his daughter Melissa Brideau of Saint John; sons Allison Young (Jenna), Ryan Bourque both of Ontario; common-law wife Rose Basque of 14 years; brothers Stephen Brideau (Mary), Carl Brideau (Esther), Wayne Brideau (Gail) all of Saint John, Keith Brideau of Moncton; sisters Karen Keirstead and Loretta Brideau both of Moncton; grandchildren Cailey Brideau (Morgan) and great-granddaughter Kharma Nice, Triftin Turrett, and Luke Young; as well as several nieces, nephews and friends. Besides his parents, Eugene was predeceased by his sisters Marie Crosbie and Dorine Eddy and sister-in-law Gail Brideau.
Arrangements are under the direction of Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Road (646-2424). Following cremation, visitation will be held on Saturday, February 25th from 12 to 2 p.m. followed by a Memorial Service at 2 p.m. in the chapel. Interment will take place at a later date. Donations in memory of Eugene may be made to The Children’s Wish Foundation or to the charity of the donor’s choice.
Henry J. Martin (1947-2016)
Henry J. Martin- 69, of Lower Coverdale, NB; passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at The Moncton Hospital, on Saturday, September 17, 2016. He was the son of the late Wilfred and Rita (nee Gaudet) Martin. He was born in Murray Settlement, NB.
Henry worked as an Ironworker for 40 years. He had a passion for building things, including his semi-famous steel framed garage at the home he and his wife Linda shared in Point Du Chene. But his biggest dream was to build a camp in the community he was brought up in. His desire to build this camp was what gave him the strength to get through his treatments and he completed his goal and has left his family a legacy for us to enjoy.
Henry is survived by his wife Linda Holmstrom-Martin; one daughter, Karen Basque (Ronnie), Damascus,NB; one step-daughter, Jennifer Martin (Denis), Moncton, NB; two sons, Danny (Amy), Houston, TX, Jason (Jennifer), Quispamsis, NB; six sisters, Angela Martin (Eloie), Rogersville, NB, Thélerise Bouchard (Roger), Saint John, NB, Corinne Gallant (Fernand), Collette, NB, Cecile Martin (Gerard), Rosaireville, NB, Bernadette Gaudet (Ivon), Saint John, NB, Simonne Arsenault (Gilles), Moncton, NB; three brothers, Norman (late Rose Martin), Rogersville, NB, Fernand (Huberte), Collette, NB, Armand (Charline), Moncton, NB; four grand children, Madeline, Chase, Jonah, Jordan; and many nieces and nephews.
Besides his parents, Henry was pre-deceased by one sister, Laudia McClaren and one brother Calixte.
The family is having a Celebration of Life at the Moncton Dart Club, 28 Eaton Street, on Tuesday September 20th. It will begin at 4pm and there will be refreshments offered. A private family burial will take place at a later date.
Christian Losier (1987 - 2016)
Christian Losier of St-Isidore passed away accidently on Thursday April 21st, 2016 at the age of 29. He was born on April 14, 1987, son of Marcel Losier and Liette Breau.
Christian is survived by his spouse Elise McGraw. Other than his spouce he leaves in sorrow his son Léolin, sister Renel, brother Fréderic (Mylène Breau), niece Charlie, maternal grandparents Ulysse and Antoinette Breau, paternal grandparents Jean-Paul and Hélène Losier; god-father and god-mother Bernard et Gisèle Ferguson, as well as numeral uncles, aunts, cousins and friends. He also leaves in sadness his work colleges at MQM where he had been working for the last few years as an Ironworkers (Local 842).
The family will be receiving family and friends at 2pm, Sunday April 24th, 2016 at "Maison funéraire Robichaud & Fils" located at 3875, rue Principale in Tracadie. The funeral will be held at "Saint-Jean-Baptiste et Saint-Joseph de Tracadie" church Monday April 25th at 2pm.
"Chuck" Celestin Joseph Adams (1939-2016)
It is with great sadness the family announces the passing of “Chuck” Celestin Joseph Adams which occurred at the Saint John Regional Hospital on Monday, April 4th, 2016, with his family at his side. Born 1939, in Bathurst, NB, he was the son of the late Benjamin and Clarisse (Doucette) Adams. Chuck was an Iron Worker with Local 842 for over 40 years. He was “Papa” to everyone and loved by all.
Chuck is survived by his loving and devoted wife Violet (Graham) of 53 years; sons Steven Adams (Doris) of Titusville, Ronald Adams of Saint John; daughter Tanya McAuley (Richard) of Saint John; brother Roger Adams of Saint John; sisters Bertha Miller (Clifford) of Bathurst, Vangeline Clich (John) of Quebec, Lorraine Campbell (Frank) of Grandbay; grandchildren Anna (Jason), Tony (Sara), Alicia, Ashley, Mike (Chelsea), Marcus, Alexis (Raymond), Olivia, Oliver; great-grandchildren Isabelle, Blake, Rayden, Austin, Karter, Karson, Jackson, Sophie, Chloe; as well as several nieces, nephews and friends. Besides his parents, Chuck was predeceased by his brothers Alexander and Felix, sisters Viola and Marjorie, grandson Charlie and great-grandson Kaleb.
Arrangements are under the direction of Fundy Funeral Home, 230 Westmorland Road (646-2424). A Memorial Service will be held at Hammond River Holy Trinity Church on Friday, April 8th at 2 p.m. The family will be receiving family and friends 1 hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, donations in Chuck’s memory may be made to the Joshua Group.
Donald Keith McCann (1949-2016)
McCANN- Donald Keith McCann of Rolling Dam, N.B peacefully passed with his family present at the Charlotte Hospital, St. Stephen, N.N on March 23, 2016. Husband of Jill McCann.
Born June 22, 1949, son of the late Keith and Helen (McShane) McCann.
Brother of the late Joan Thompson and William McCann.
Survived by his wife and children, Tammy Essency (Jud), Drew Hall (Anita), Roberta Hall (Matt Church) and Cathy Wynbergen (Hank), 12 grandchildren, sisters Carmen Beck (Ken) and Jackie Johnson.
Reginald Dignard (1946 - 2016)
Reginald Dignard passed away the Regional hospital in Bathurst on Thursday, February 11th, 2016 at the age of 69. Reginald was born on December 29th, 1946. He was the son of the late Thomas Dignard and Françoise Comeau. Survived by his wife Yvonne Dignard; daughters, Mireille Dignard Savoie (Gaston) of Saint John and Carole Dignard Brideau (Terry) of Tracadie; son, Danny (Stéphanie LeClaire) of Tracadie; a grandson, Philippe; a grand-daughter, Marie-Christine; five brothers: Jean-Paul, Jean-Guy both from Tracadie; Sylvio (Emilienne), Raoul (Rita) both from Saint John and Ronald (Guylaine) of Québec; three sisters: Marie-Anne (Alyre), Mathilde (Paul) both from Tracadie and Julie (Raymond) of Saint John; one godson, Donald, one god-daughter, Diane, as well as numerous brothers in law, sisters in law, nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles and friends. In addition to his father in law, Célestin; his mother in law, Germaine; brother in law, Eugène, Reginald was predeceased by two nephews: Yves and his godson Philippe, as well as his niece Chantal.
Fred Knox (1948 - 2015)
The death of Fred Andrew Knox of Minto, NB occurred Friday, December 4, 2015 at the Chalmer’s Regional Hospital.
Born in Salmon Creek, NB he was the son of the late Hebert and Joyce (Thompson) Knox.
Survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Dianne (McGraw) Knox; sons, Eric Knox (Roberta) of Woodstock and Lenny Knox (Sharon) of Chipman; a chosen grandson, Liam Stewart; a brother, Alton Knox (Brenda); a sister, Donna Chase (Winston) of Fredericton, NB; many nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, Fred was predeceased by a sister, Edna Betts.
Emile Landry (1949-2015)
C'est avec une très grande tristesse que nous annonçons, suite à une très courte lutte contre le cancer, le décès de Emile Landry, à l'âge de 66 ans, survenu à son domicile le mardi, 10 novembre 2015. Il était époux de Huguette Chiasson et demeurait à Anse-Bleue. Il était fils de feu Arthur Landry et de feu Honora Landry. Outre son épouse, il laisse dans le deuil ses deux fils: Michel (Line) et Cédric (Yolaine Robichaud) de Dieppe; sa fille Karine (Michel Basque et son fils Dany) de Anse-Bleue; ses deux petits-enfants: William et David; ses quatre soeurs: Pierrette Cormier (feu Auguste), Claudine (Robert Thériault) de Anse-Bleue, Gilberte (Roger Gionet) de Caraquet, et Bernise (Yvon-Luc Thériault) de Grande-Anse; ses frères Paul de Tracadie, Gabriel 'Gaby' (Marielle) de Grande-Anse, Alcide et Mario de Anse-Bleue; ses beaux-frères et belles-soeurs: Suzanne Cormier-Landry (feu Claude) de Moncton, Yvon Chiasson (Nicole), Nicole (Emile Haché), André Chiasson (Diane), Diane (Daniel Duquette), Marc (Line) et Estelle Chiasson ( feu Denis Chiasson), ainsi que oncle et tantes, neveux et nièces, cousins et cousines. Il laisse également dans la peine ses confrères de travail. Emile a été membre pendant 40 ans du local #842 'Ironworker'. Il adorait son travail. Outre ses parents, son frère Claude et ses beaux-parents Anne-Marie et Nicholas Chiasson l'ont précédé dans la tombe. La dépouille mortelle de M. Landry sera exposée à compter de vendredi, 14 hres au salon LeGresley de Grande-Anse. Les funérailles auront lieu samedi, 14 novembre, à 11 h en l'église St-Simon et St-Jude de Grande-Anse. Heures des visites: vendredi: 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 h, samedi: 9:30 - 10:30 h
1943 - 2014
Beresford - Lorenzo Breau, 71, of Beresford, passed away on Sunday, May 4, 2014 at the Chaleur Regional Hospital, Bathurst.
Born in Bartibog Bridge, he was the son of the late David N. and Cécile (LeGresley) Breau.
He is survived by his wife, Jeannine Arseneault Breau.
Two children: Denise Long (Ken) of Drury's Cove, N.B. and Rhéal Breau (Terri Smith) of Sussex, N.B.
Two step-children: Monique Mazerolle (Alfred) and Denise Haché (Ken Hébert) both of Robertville.
Five grandchildren, five step-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren.
Four brothers: Léonard Breau (Andréa) of Miramichi, Donald Breau (Margaret) of Markham, Ont., Rhéal Breau (Corrina Mallon) of St. Albert, Alta. and Clarence Breau (Elaine) of Gatineau, Que.
One sister, Lucie Robichaud (Rhéal) of Pickering, Ont.
One half brother, Gislain Thibodeau (Barbara) of Brantville, N.B.
One half sister, Jocelyne Thibodeau (Matchett) of Tracadie-Sheila.
Several nieces and nephews.He was predeceased by a brother, Edouard and two sisters: Louise and Réa
Visiting hours are Tuesday at Heritage Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 and Wednesday from 2 p.m. until time of Funeral.
Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoon, May 7, 2014 at 4 p.m. from Église St. Nom de Jesus, Beresford.
Arrangements are in the care of Heritage Funeral Home (www.mfheritage.com), Beresford.
Thomas"Tommy" F. Mercer
Surrounded by his family the death of Tommy Mercer, husband of Mary Mercer occurred at Bobby's Hospice on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. He was born on April 16, 1951 in Saint John to Mary (Hart) Mercer and the late William Mercer. Tommy was a member of Local 842 - International Brotherhood of Ironworkers working at Point Lepreau for the last number of years. He was an avid shuffle board player.
Tommy is survived by his wife of over 42 years, Mary; his sons: Jason (Natasha) of Grand Bay-Westfield and Joel (Melody) of Fredericton; brothers: Jack (Leigh), Patrick (Bernice), Larry (Arlene), Ian (Theresa) andEugene "Louie" (Delores); sisters: Ann Marie McDonough, Christine Scribbans, Judy Steeves and Jacqueline Ards (Patrick); brother-in-law, Danny Thompson (Susan); sister-in-law, Joan Mercer and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father and brother, Bobby
Resting at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, Saint John (634-7424) with visiting on Friday from 2:00 - 9:00 pm. The Funeral Service will be held from Brenan's Chapel on Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 12:00 noon. Interment will take place in Hardings Point Cemetery at a later date.
Joseph Nicholas O'Hearn
August 3, 1958 - December 15, 2013
Stanley Martin "Butch" Hewitt
Surrounded by his family the death of Butch Hewitt, husband of Lois (Godwin) Hewitt occurred at the Saint John Regional Hospital on Saturday, August 10, 2013. He was born on February 15, 1943 in Lakewood to the late Helen (Williams) and Henry Hewitt. Butch worked construction and was a founding and life member of the Local 842 Ironworkers until his retirement. He enjoyed various hobbies especially fishing, gardening and many hours in his garage with his friends and neighbours.
Besides Lois, his wife of over 47 years, Butch is survived by his sons, Chris (Diane) of Upper Loch Lomond and Tim (Sarah) of Vancouver; granddaughter, Isobel Ana; brother, Bradley; sisters: Dorothy, Barbara, Ann, and Elizabeth; brothers-in-law: Roland (Jeanne) and Norman; sisters-in-law: Eileen, Phyllis and Anne Marie; special niece, Pamela and several other nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; brother, George and sisters: Patricia and Ruth.
In Memory of
July 16, 1950 - July 20, 2013
Passed away at the Campbellton Regional Hospital on July 20, 2013 at the age of 63, Mr. Maynard Caplin of Listuguj, husband of Monique Poirier. The funeral mass will be held at Ste Anne Church Listuguj on Thursday at 4:00 pm. Visitation at Maher's Funeral Home, 33 Lansdowne Street Campbellton, Wednesday from 7pm to 9pm and Thursday from 2:00pm until time of funeral. All hours are New Brunswick time. Funeral arrangements are in the care of Maher's Funeral Home, Campbellton
Gary George Fougere
It is with great sadness that the family of Gary George Fougere Sr. announces his death, which occurred on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at his residence. Born in Saint John on April 16, 1944, he was the son of the late George and Madeline (Chute) Fougere. Gary was a member of the Iron Workers Local 842, and worked on various projects in the Saint John area. He was a proud supporter of the SPCA, and was a fixture at Rhoda’s Flea Market nearly every Sunday. In his spare time, Gary could be found walking his dogs, fishing, and just enjoying the company of his many friends, often around a good bon fire.
Gary is survived by his children, Gary Fougere Jr. of St. Paul, Alberta, and Tabatha Fougere of Saint John; granddaughter, Joann Crilley; siblings Mary Lounton of the Kingston Peninsula, Lilly Fougere of St. Stephen, Donnie Fougere (Kathy) of Hampton, David Fougere (Elizabeth) of Windsor, ON, and Debbie Fougere of Georgetown, PEI; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Gary was predeceased by his wife, Marie (Debouver) Fougere; his daughter, Dawn Finnamore; and his son, Matthew Fougere.
Soucy, Daniel Paul
With heavy hearts the family of Dan Soucy announces his passing on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Born in Saint John, NB., he is the son of Conrad and Hermine (Blanchard) Soucy. Dan was a proud, third generation Iron Worker by trade, belonging to Union Local #842 and worked for nearly 30 years in his profession. He had a passion for fly fishing, spending his earlier days on the Salmon River and he loved four wheeling. He was loved dearly by his family and will be forever missed. Along with his parents, Dan is survived by his special friend Bonnie Culley; brothers Gary (Cherie) Soucy, and Steve Soucy; sister Rose Soucy (Dave Hayes); best friend Randy Johnson and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and many friends. In addition to several grandparents, he was also predeceased by his brother Mike Soucy and nephew Clayton Soucy. ______________________________________________________________________________________________
Russell, Brian Edward
Mr Brian Edward Russel of Miramichi N.B. passed away September 22, 2012 in Miramichi Regional Hopital at the age of 57.
Born in Miramichi, he was the son of Raymond and Eva (Frost) Russell. He was a retired Ironworker and a member for 37 years with the Ironworker Union.
Mr Russell is survived by his daughters Michelle Dunn(Christopher) and Sherry Russell both of Whitby Ont. his sister Gloria O Sullivan(John) of Barrie Ont. and 6 grandchildren. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his daughter Christine.
Duguay, Etienne (1951 - 2013)
À l’Hôpital de Tracadie-Sheila, le jeudi 11 avril 2013, à l’âge de 61 ans, est décédé paisiblement Etienne Duguay, conjoint de Liette Power. Il demeurait à Saint-Sauveur. Né le 16 novembre 1951, il était fils de feu Peter Duguay et de feu Lydia Bulger. Outre sa conjointe, il laisse dans le deuil deux filles: Chantal LeBlanc et Sindy Hébert (Danny Cowan); le fils de sa conjointe, Jason; trois petits-enfants: Shynie, Shayne et Sophie; cinq soeurs: Judith (feu Anthony Boucher), Ernestine (feu Alphonse Leclerc), Lydia (feu Gérald Paulin), Exilia (Léonard Gallant) et Anne-Marie (Lucien Boudreau); six frères: Simon (Réjeanne), Léandre, Albert (Evelyne), Pierre (Albertine), Roméo (Georgette) et Paul-Renaud; une filleule, Sara-Maude, ainsi que plusieurs oncles, tantes, neveux, nièces, cousins et cousines. Cinq frères: Henri-Paul, Léo, les jumeaux Gérald et Gérard et Joseph en bas âge, l’ont précédé dans la tombe. M. Duguay a travaillé comme ferronnier «ironworker» pendant toute sa vie.
Soucy, Conrad Joseph "Cal"
It is with great sadness the family announce the death of Conrad Soucy of Saint John who passed away at the Saint John Regional Hospital, on Sunday May 19, 2013. Born January of 1930 in Claire, NB, he was the son of the late Denis and Azilda Soucy. He was a proud Iron Worker and worked for over 50 years at Local 842. Conrad was called upon many times to figure out a puzzle of construction which others couldn’t. In his humble way he would find a safe timely solution and for this he was well liked and respected in his craft. A major passion in his youth was racing sailboats with his best friend Reggie Brown. In the 40’s and mid 50’s, they would confound rivals on the difficult Saint John to Digby and back, finishing by sailing up the reversing falls. Winning 10 years out of 11.
Conrad enjoyed gardened a large plot which often fed the many friends who visited. In his later years he went to Bingo with his beloved wife and best friend.
He is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 53 years Hermine (Blanchard) Soucy; sons Gary (Cherie) of Saint John and Steve of Grove Hill; daughter Rose (Dave Hayes)of Kelowna, BC; sisters Shirley Stowe (Ed) of California, Germaine McKinney and Anne Marie Bell both of Ontario; 6 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and friends. Besides h
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