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Mark BOUDREAU
Père : Philip BOUDREAU
Mère : Patricia Normandeau
Décès le : 2007-02-12
Parution : 2007-06-30
Paru dans : The Sudbury Star, ON

BOUDREAU, Mark - 1954-2007 - The family announces with sorrow, his passing in Ottawa on February 12, 2007, at the age of 52 years. Beloved son of Patricia (nee Normandeau) and the late Philip Boudreau (predeceased 2005), formerly of Val Thérèse. He also leaves behind his son Matthew, sister Elaine, brother-in-law Gerry Ouellette and the mother of his son Gail Thorpe, all of Ottawa. Older brother to late siblings Donald and Philip, Jr. (predeceased 1981). Born in Moncton, New Brunswick, Mark was raised in Val Thérèse where he developed a lifelong love of hockey, baseball, and the great outdoors. Following graduation from Confederation High School, he continued his studies at York University (BA), and the University of Victoria where he received his master's in public administration (MPA). After embarking on his career, Mark held various positions on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, as well as in the private sector; among them, senior policy advisor to the Minister of National Revenue, senior economic and trade policy analyst for the Liberal National Caucus Research Bureau, vice-president of public and government relations for the Certified General Accountants' Association of Canada, and two senior level positions in the Economic Development and Finance ministries of Nunavut's territorial government. He taught at Algonquin College (Ottawa), wrote for many professional journals and served on numerous committees and boards including the Advisory Board of the National Press Club. In 2006, he was elected to Iqaluit (Nunavut) City Council. However, the most fulfilling role Mark played in life was as Matthew's father - they loved to travel, play golf, attend sporting events, and shared a passion for riding roller coasters. In his quieter moments, he liked to read and take long walks. Mark did not let an inoperable tumour slow him down and we are proud that he was able to live a full and interesting life right to the very end. His courage was a real inspiration to those around him. A private family service took place on February 16, 2007. A Memorial Service attended by family, friends, and colleagues, was held at TABARET HALL CHAPEL (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) on April 12, 2007. His final resting place is in the Valley East Cemetery. 10717958

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