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Fiche créée le : 2007-01-07
Père : Emery Thériault
Mère : Jeannette
Décès le : 2007-01-07
Parution : 2007-01-09
Conjoint(e) : Kam CHATTERJEE
Paru dans : Ottawa Citizen, ON

CHATTERJEE, Juliette (nee Theriault) July 30, 1935 - January 7, 2007 "A true woman's love is not conquered by death" Hindu Proverb On Sunday, January 7, 2007 Juliette left us to become an angel peacefully surrounded by her loving family after a valiant struggle with brain cancer. Beloved wife and soulmate of 50 years of Dr. Kam Chatterjee. "Super Mom" of Nina, Pierre, Susan (Greg Commons), Leila (Ken Ross) and Tony (John O'Neill). A doting and devoted grandmother, "Dida" will be fondly remembered by Melanie, Matthew and Rachael Manion, by Alexander, Amanda, Jordan and Christopher Commons, and by Andrew and Aidan Ross. Predeceased by her parents Emery and Jeannette as well as brothers Lucien and Hector. Survived by brothers Guy (Louiselle), Louis (Marie-France), and Gilles (Andre Bergeron) and by sister Gisele (Serge Kowsman). Juliette will be missed by many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Born in Edmundston, New Brunswick, she studied nursing at the University of Ottawa, graduating in 1956 near the top of her class. Married in December of the same year, she worked as a registered nurse in Ottawa, Kingston and Edmundston before settling in Ottawa to raise her family. Later in life, Juliette returned to her calling by volunteering for the Canadian Diabetes Association. A diabetic herself, she helped others cope with this disease through education, counselling, advocacy and fundraising. She served as President of the Ottawa and District Branch of the CDA from 1988 to 1991, and was frequently invited to speak on topics related to diabetes care. Juliette was an early user of glucometers and automatic infusion pumps for the management of her own diabetes. She joyfully shared the knowledge she acquired, instructing other diabetics in the proper care and use of these now commonplace devices. Wife, mother, nurse, teacher, Juliette will be remembered for her selfless devotion in the service of others, for her resolute courage in the face of adversity, for the unconditional love she lavished on her family, and - undoubtedly - for the best tomato chutney you've ever tasted. We will all miss this truly remarkable woman. The family wishes to extend their thanks to Dr. Garth Nicholas and the staff of the Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre, to Dr. Yvonne Kaethler and the 3rd floor staff at St. Vincent's Hospital, and to the Elizabeth Bruyere Palliative Care Unit for the high standard of care provided. A special and heartfelt thanks goes out to the many caring friends who comforted Juliette on the final leg of her journey. Friends may visit at the Central Chapel of Hulse, Playfair & McGarry, 315 MacLeod Street, Ottawa on Friday, January 12 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Mass will be said in celebration of her life at Notre Dame Cathedral, Sussex Drive at St. Patrick St. on Saturday, January 13, 2007 at 12 noon, followed by a reception. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made in Juliette's name to the Canadian Diabetes Association, the Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre Foundation, or the SCO Health Service Foundation. "Au-revoir, maman" Published in the Ottawa Citizen from 1/9/2007 - 1/11/2007


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