In Memory Of RHÉAUME, Jean-Louis

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Visitation Information

Kane & Fetterly Funeral Home
5301 Decarie Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec
January 30, 2019
19:00 - 21:00 /

Service Information

St. Monica's Church
6405 de Terrebonne
Montreal, Quebec
January 31, 2019
10:30
RHÉAUME, Jean-Louis May 26, 1920 – January 24, 2019 It is with deepest sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of John Rhéaume in his 99th year on Thursday, January 24, 2019. He is survived by his beloved wife of 64 years, Edna, his children John (Nancy), Mary (Tom), Jeanne (Patrick) & Robert (Mary), eleven grandchildren and his sister Madeleine Rolland. He was predeceased by his father Hervé, his mother Emma and his siblings Gerald, Irene, Gertie, Jeanne and Guy. Special thanks to the many workers that provided him with compassionate care in his home, especially to Nadine & Marika, and to the medical team at St. Mary’s hospital. Visitation will take place at Kane & Fetterly funeral home, 5301 Decarie Blvd. on Wednesday, January 30 from 7-9 pm. Funeral mass will be held at St. Monica’s Parish, 6405 Terrebonne Ave on Thursday, January 31 at 10:30 am. Interment will be at Notre Dame des Neiges Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Canada.

Messages for the Family of RHÉAUME, Jean-Louis

From: Maria Mascia

Jeanne and family,

So sorry to hear about your father, our condolences to you and your family.

Maria and Vanessa Likoray
From: Wendy Shatner

We would like to offer our condolences to Edna and the family on the passing of our Uncle John. At this time of loss please know you are all in our thoughts and hearts.
With love,
Gertie’s Children
From: Pierrepoint

Dear Jeanne, Patrick, Emma and Annie,

It is never the right time to lose a loved one. We can only hope that your father's "trip home" was swift and without incidence and that he now resides in the peace, light and love of Eternity.
We wish to extend our heartfelt condolences to you all at this sad time.
A wonderful light has been extinguished here on earth.

Sincerely,
Joan and Norman Pierrepoint
From: Rhéaume, Maurice

Très chère Tante Edna, cousins et cousines,
Nous sommes profondément attristés d'apprendre le décès de notre oncle Jean. Toutefois, il faut savoir se consoler car il a vécu une longue vie productive. Il est sûrement très heureux dans sa nouvelle demeure, libéré des souffrances et des difficultés de ce monde. Il nous regarde de là-haut dans une paix certaine.
Compte tenu que nous vivons à St-Charles-Borromée (Joliette) et le temps est à la tempête ces jours-ci, nous ne pourrons malheureusement pas être des vôtres. Nous vous accompagnerons en pensée dans ces moments de détachement et de tristesse.
Nous vous envoyons à nouveau nos plus sincères condoléances et bon courage.
Nos salutations les meilleures.
Rachel et Maurice Rhéaume
From: Suzanne Rhéaume Rose

Edna et les enfants

Que votre cœur retrouve la paix et la sérénité. Nous pensons à vous .
Nous vous présentons nos sincères condoléances.

Louise Bourget , Suzanne Rhéaume et Jean-Luc Rose
From: Peter & Joanne Phaneuf

John was, simply, the best uncle ever. I learned many life lessons on the truck rides and working together on the projects, lessons which I fondly remember to this day. Our condolences to Aunt Edna, Johnny, Mary, Jeanne, Robert and families. Rest in peace, Coach.
From: Vicky & Les Hammell

John, Nancy and family our sincere condolences in the loss off your father. What an incredible life. Hold your precious memories close in your heart.
From: Mary

I will always have fond memories of growing up with my Uncle John especially in Noyan...from searching for puffballs in the woods, roasting hotdogs at a bonfire on the beach, piling into his big car with my cousins to go to church just so we could go and buy jelly donuts and apple turnovers at the bakery afterwards(!), his well known yell when he went swimming and dove under the water... our vacation driving to PEI and visiting Lockeport NS.... I wouldn't be surprised if he isn't tending a large wild garlic patch right now with his beloved Dewar and Willie by his side. Condolences to Auntie Edna, Johnny, Mary, Jeanne, Robert
From: Mark Phaneuf

To my great aunt Edna and the entire family, please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.
I have many fond memories of (great uncle) John at our family gatherings growing up, and will always remember him for his humor and wisdom.

Sincerely,
Mark Phaneuf
From: Mark and Andrea Yungblut

John and Nancy and Family - Just wanting to send you our condolences and know we are all thinking of you and mourning your loss. With heartfelt sympathy, Mark and Andrea and family