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Juneau, Jacques (Jack) and Juneau, Ethel née Trudel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is with deep sorrow that we share the passing of our dear father and grandpa who passed, Sunday April 11th, 2021, predeceased by the love of his life Ethel (née Trudel) of sixty four years on January 5th, 2021. He will be

dearly missed by his children Danielle (Gary), Philip (Judy) and Paul (Glorinda).  Cherished Grandpa to Melissa (Matt) , Jason (Ten), Nicolas, Davide ,Greg ( Shannon) and Brianna.  Great grandpa to Asher. He treasured countless memories of his sisters Madeleine and Claire, his brother Paul, his predeceased brothers Robert and Nelson as well as many loved nephews and nieces and loving parents Colombe Brunelle and Lucien Juneau.

Jack lived a courageous life dealing with several health issues while caring for his dear wife coping with type 1 diabetes. Retired from E.B.Eddy’s  in 1989 as a lab technician after serving 35 years service. Jack provided well for his family, loved his cottage at Saint-Pierre-de-Wakefield, enjoyed watching sports, attending his grandsons hockey games and family gatherings.

 

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 dad so lovingly over the years namely Dr. Chris, Marie-Claire, Linda, Veronique, Maria, Sylvie and Michel. Many thanks to the doctors and nurses at the Civic and Montford hospital who cared for him.

 

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

 

10 responses to “Juneau, Jacques (Jack) and Juneau, Ethel née Trudel”

  1. pierre guitard says:

    My deepest sympathy to Danielle, Phillip, Paul and family for the passing of dad Mr. Juneau. My heart goes out to you all during these hard days.

    I have great memories of Mr. Juneau taking Paul and I to our hockey games for all those years and giving me pointers when we played flag football. Great times.

    Rest in peace Mr. Juneau.

  2. Jennifer Popowicz says:

    Our hearts go out to your loving family, we are so sorry for your loss. Your Dad and Mom were blessed and surrounded with caring fun loving children and grandchildren, their memories will live on within your hearts. Regards, Hans and Jenny Popowicz, dear friends of Phil and Judy.

  3. Mary-Anne Ruedl says:

    Danielle, Philip et Paul, c’est avec une grande tristesse que nous avons appris le décès de votre père. Je suis contente d’avoir eu la chance de jaser avec lui cet été lors d’un de ses séjours à l’Hôpital Montfort….ça m’a rappelé de bons souvenirs de notre jeunesse. Nos pensées et nos prières sont avec vous tous en ces moments difficiles.
    Mary-Anne et Jacques

  4. Paul Dagenais says:

    Our thoughts and prayers to Danielle, Phillip ,Paul and family for the loss of your parents . I can still remember the great times at the cottage and the times at Lotus court. Your parents always made us feel welcomed in their home.
    Rest In Peace Jack and Ethel Juneau

    Love Paul and Roberta Dagenais

  5. Loree-ann says:

    So sorry for your loss. They are together now watching down on their family.
    Big hugs

  6. CARL JUNEAU says:

    My deepest sympathies to my cousins. May Jack and Ethel’s passing leave you only with sweet memories, sure in the knowledge that they are at peace.

  7. Rollande Trépanier-Duperré says:

    Toute mes sympathies Danielle à toi et ta famille. Je vous souhaite beaucoup de courage et de paix dans ces moments difficiles. Reposez en paix M. Juneau.

  8. Conrad Duhaime says:

    Mes sinceres condoleances a toi Phil, Danielle, Paul, et a tous ceux qui ont ete toucher par votre perte.

    Rest in peace Mr. and Mrs. Juneau

  9. Ron & Christine Bernard says:

    My deepest heartfelt condolences to the Juneau family in the loss of your parents and grandparents. Both Jack & Ethel were what you wanted to aspire to. Loving caring and understanding to all that had the pleasure to have knocked on their door. That door was always open to all that rang the bell. I will always remember those wonderful times and experiences in the Juneau household and cottage. No matter what life threw at them they had a way to deal with it and made them stronger together. The love of each other’s lives was evident every time they looked at each other. You may not be here with us now but I know you are still taking care of each other. God Bless and thank you both for your guidance and friendship over the years. With heavy heart, we will miss you.
    Love Ron & Christine Bernard

  10. Peter & Wendy Juneau says:

    Danielle, Phillip, Paul, Sorry to hear of your loss, praying for you all and your family’s. Have only good memories of Uncle Jack and Aunt Ethel. Miss seeing all of you. Love Peter & Wendy

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