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Fiche créée le : 2001-10-26
Jean Guy Edouard CARRIER
Père : Léo Carrier
Mère : Jeanne Plourde
Décès le : 2001-10-26
Parution : 2005-01-12
Paru dans : Northern Times, Kapuskasing, ON

Jean-Guy Edouard Carrier, of Hearst/Val Cote - Death: October 26th, 2001 - Lifelong Hearst/Val-Côté area resident Jean-Guy Edouard Carrier, 63, of 138 Hwy 11, Val Côté, died Oct. 26, 2001 at Sudbury Memorial Hospital. The former Hearst and then Mattice-Val Côté Township municipal councillor, former Hearst policeman, and active community volunteer had gone for bypass surgery. Born July 4, 1938 in Hearst and a Val Côté resident since 1976, he worked for Canada Post, a municipal policeman, a meatcutter for various businesses, and finally in maintenance for the Foyer des Pionniers Nursing Home from January 1994 until 1999. A fourth-degree Knight of Columbus and active community volunteer, he was an outgoing man who enjoyed camping - particularly at his daughter's Missinaibi Outfitters grounds near Mattice - and music. He sat on Hearst Council from 1988-1991 and then on Mattice-Val Côté Council until last November's election. Always a 'show biz' man at heart, he began producing community varietyshows and fundraisers in Hearst and Mattice, beginning in the late 1960s through the late 1980s. Despite injuries and illness, he had recently envisioned producing a show for next summer at the Missinaibi Outfitters site.He was predeceased by his mother Jeanne Plourde in 1982, his father Léo Carrier in 1997, and sister Nicole Carrier of Hearst in 2000. He leaves his wife Shirley (née Chevrier) Carrier of Val Côté, daughters Denyse (Owen) Korpela of Mattice, Lise (Alain) Blouin and Darquise (Jean) Rodrigue, all of Val-Côté, Louise (companion Jean-Guy) Carrier of Dolbeau, Quebec, and grandchildren Elsa, Karina, Gabriel, Rémi, Francis and Emilie. Rev. René Grandmont is to officiate funeral services, tomorrow at Val Côté's Église St-Sacrement Church, beginning at 4 p.m. Interment is to follow at the Monseigneur Grenier Cemetery in Hearst. The family requests that commemorative donations may be made to the St-Sacrement Church. Funeral director is the Salon Lafrance Funeral Home. Sophia Moore Funeral services for pioneer Constance Lake resident Sophia S. (nee Wesley) Moore of 67 Wawaskashoo St. are to be held Oct. 31, 2001 (today) at the community. She died Oct. 26 at Notre-Dame Hospital following a brief illness. Born Feb. 4, 1928 in Fort Albany, she came to Constance Lake in 1942, where she last worked as a treeplanter. Besides sewing, bingo, hunting, trapping and beadwork, she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. Her husband Robert Moore died in late May in Timmins, a brother Walter Wesley in 1992, and sister-in-law Margaret Boullion of Constance Lake in late May in Sudbury. She leaves sons Richard, Joel, Roger and Isaac (Mabel) Moore, all of Constance Lake, and daughters Dorcas Wesley, Nora Moore, Eliza Moore, Nellie Moore, Christine Moore, all of Constance Lake, Mandy Moore of Sudbury, Doreen (Jeannot Bernier) Moore of Hearst, Florrie Moore of Brampton, and Cecile (Nathan Moses) Moore of Thunder Bay. Also surviving are a sister Susan (Charlie) Baillargeon of Hearst, and brothers Sydney (Margaret) Wesley, Donald (Zelda) Wesley and Emmanuel Wesley, all of Constance Lake, as well as 29 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Rev. Warren Wilson of Geraldton is to officiate today's service at St. Stephen's Anglican Church, beginning at 1 p.m. Interment is to follow at the Constance Lake burial grounds. Funeral director is the Salon Lafrance Funeral Home. Published on October 31st, 2001


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