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Juneau, Ethel (née Trudel )

It is with deep sadness that we share the passing of our dear mother and nana who passed on her 84th birthday, Tuesday January 5th, 2021, leaving behind her loving husband Jacques of sixty four years. She will be missed by her children Danielle (Gary Roy), Philip (Judy) and Paul (Glorinda).  Cherished Grandmother to Melissa (Matt) , Jason ( Ten) Nicolas, Davide ,Greg ( Shannon) and Brianna, great grandmother to Asher. She treasured countless memories of her sisters, brothers, sisters and brothers-in law as well  many loved nephews and nieces.  Ethel was predeceased by her siblings Gaston, Rita, Lola and Johnny, daughter of Arthur and Clementine.

 

Ethel lived a fulfilling and courageous life while coping with type 1 diabetes since she was 18 years old and dementia in her later years. Working as a secretary at many institutions retiring from the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1992. She loved family gatherings , cottage life, reading romance novels, green gummy bears and nibs. She was an avid Trekkie, a Star Wars fan and enjoyed watching figure skating. She will be sorely missed by her bountiful family and friends.

 

Sincere thanks to the staff of Place Besserer who cared for mom so lovingly over the years namely Marie-Claire, Linda, Veronique, Maria, Sylvie and Michel.

 

A private family service will take place at a later date. Donations in memoriam can be made to https://www.diabetes.ca/

 

6 responses to “Juneau, Ethel (née Trudel )”

  1. Michel Marion says:

    Sincere Condolence to all the family

  2. Sylvie Beauchemin says:

    Cher Philip
    J’aimerais t’offrir mes plus sincères condoléances pour le décès de ta mère. Ce sont des temps très difficiles et la mort d’une personne que l’on a tant aimée ajoute aux difficultés.
    Que le souvenir des beaux moments passés en compagnie de ta mère soit une source de réconfort et de paix.
    Je pense à toi, à votre famille.

  3. Alonzo Lafleche says:

    You have all my sympathy. She was a very nice person

  4. Brian Bost says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. These are very difficult times, and to lose such a key member of a the large Juneau clan is very difficult. You have our deepest sympathy for your loss. Take care.

    Bost family

  5. Karen Barber-Ing says:

    My deepest condolences. It was always so much fun getting together with Auntie Ethel and all my cousins. She was a great lady.

  6. Pierre Guitard says:

    My sincere condolences to Mr. Juneau, Paul, Phil, Danielle and family on the passing of Mrs. Juneau. These passed days must be heart breaking for you all and I feel sad for you all. May you find strength with memories of her.

    I love the picture you have chosen as that is the Mrs. Juneau that I knew growing up in Carson Grove. Mrs. Juneau was always nice to me and welcomed me in her home and of course the cottage. From sleep overs in the back yard to water skiing at the cottage. Those memories always will have a place in my heart.

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