Obituaries

Isobel Ethel Arseneau

Passed away at the Campbellton Regional Hospital on October 13, 2010 at the age of 89, Mrs Isobel Ethel Arseneau of Dawsonville. Born in Robinsonville on November 17, 1920, she was the daughter of the late Charles Archibald and the late Janet Chambers.

She leaves to mourn her daughter Anne Arseneau of Dawsonville, her sons Ronnie Arseneau of Campbellton, Ellie (Mona) Arseneau of Dawsonville and David (Iris) of Dawsonville. Also survived by her grandchildren Cindy Lee, Mark, Roddy, Pat, Tammy, Jim, Randy and Jenna and 10 grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband James, four children Muriel, James, Randy and Jocelyn, one granddaughter Jocelyn (Joy) and nine brothers and sisters.

The funeral was held from St Anthony's Church Glen Levit on October 15th.

Pallbearers were Mancer White, Gary Archibald, Ralph Nichol, Albert Nichol, Wayman Dunn and Earl Dunn. Honorary Pallbearers were Pat Arseneau, Randy Arseneau and Roy Thompson.

Joseph Marc Emile Ouellet

Joseph Ouellet passed away in Comox BC on September 3, 2010. He was predeceased by his mother and father, brothers Roger and Gerard and his sister Reine. Marc is survived and will be lovingly missed by his wife of 24 years Fay, his son David (Paula) Langley BC, his daughter Cheryl of Courtenay, his brothers, Gerald (Margo), John (Bernie), Josh (Lise), Claude, Rino (Susan), Rheal (Crystal), and Gilles, his sisters; Rinette (Doug), Rina, Monique (Dick) and Louise (Paul).

Marc joined the military in 1958 and served in the regular forces serving in France in the early 60's, the Winnipeg Portage La Prairie, Yellowknife, Ottawa, Borden until 1987 when he retired as a warrant officer. He moved to Comox and served in the reserves until 1995. In his leisure time Marc enjoyed golf (he was a member of Glacier Greens Golf Club for many years), traveling , wine making and watching Blue Jays baseball. Marc had a great sense of humour and a smile for everyone. He will be missed by family and friends in Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and the Comox Valley.

Marc had a love of animals and always took a bag of apples for the deer on the golf course. He will be missed by his pets Cleo and Millie.

Many thanks to Kim and the nurses in the Chemo Unit, Dr Engman and Dr. Konway.

If friends so wish, donations made in Marc's name to St Joseph's hopital Foundation would be greatly appreciated, 2137 Comox Ave., Comox, B.C. V9M 1P2 205-890-3046.

Olga Marie Savoy

Passed away on October 18, 2010 at Campbellton Regional Hospital at the age of 85.

Born in Campbellton, she was the daughter of the late Gabriel and Adele Manuel.

She is survived by her loving family, Gail (Charles) Couzens, England; Judy Savoy, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Ann (Jim) MacKelvie, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Tom (Maureen) Mississauga, Ontario; Neil (Heather) Halifax; and grandchildren Stephen, Jeff, Jenna (Daryl), Conor, Ben, Andrew and Erinher. Olga is also survived by sister, Theresa Hutchinson.

She was predeceased by her husband, William Savoy and daughter Nancy.

Olga was a resident of Bursey Towers (2nd floor) and loved her time there. She had wonderful friends and was lovingly cared for by the great staff. She was an avid bowler for 22 years and in her last year won the trophy for her team! She also held the record for most cryptograms done in a single night! Visits from her children were highlights and she loved to go out to dinner, especially Salmon Lodge.

Special thanks to nephew Steven and Lise Hutchinson for their enduring care and support.

Funeral mass will be held on Saturday October 23rd in St Thomas Aquinas Church with reception to follow in church hall.

Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family.

Ray Clifford

Ray Clifford, husband of the late Martha Clifford, passed away peacefully on Ocyober 16th at the Campbellton Regional Hospital at the age of 89 .

At the age of 21, Ray became a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force and married Martha Fleeting shortly thereafter a marriage that spanned 65 years.

Many in Dalhousie remember seeing Ray on his countless long walks around town which he carried out well into his eighties. His love of science, nature, mathematics and music provided him with great pleasure over the years and his talent behind the camera lens touched many. He was also an avid tennis player and cross country skier.

Ray was predeceased by his daughter, Dawn and is survived by four of his five children; Jimmy, Gail, Lenwood and Laurie. Ray was grandfather to 13 and a great grand father to 10. He will be remembered in our hearts for his abundance of patience, and great capacity to love.

Ray's family would like to thank the staff at the Veteran's Unit for their kind and caring support.

Donna Lee Boudreau

Passed away at her residence on October 10, 2010 at the age of 50, Donna Lee Boudreau of Squaw Cap. Born in Toronto On, on March 23, 1960, she was the daughter of Joseph C. Boudreau and the late Marie Irvine.

She was a member of the Restigouchge Valley Church congregation, the Diamond Club and the Robinsonville-Upsaquitch Fire Department. She will be missed by many.

She leaves to mourn her father Joseph Boudreau of Robinsonville. Predeceased by her mother Marie.

Interment in the Robinsonville Cemetery. Pallbearers were William Murray, David Boudreau, Lampkey Hunter, Travis Hunter, Rusty Hunter and Donat Paulin.

Edward Roderick Basque

The family of Edward Roderick Basque, formerly of Dalhousie mourn his sudden death on July 20, 2010 in Bryan, Texas, where a memorial service was held on August 1, 2010 for family and friends. Edward had been a residen of Texas for the past 32 years.

Born in Dalhousie, Edward was the son of Wilfred Basque and Bridget McCormick.

He is survived by brothers and sisters, Lloyd of Dalhousie, (Fran), Shirley of Montreal (Harry McCormick), Lomer, Dalhousie (Sylvia), Dorothy Ann, Halifax (John Leslie), Franceen Tullahoma, TN, (Rod Pozo), Ronald, Halifax and Reginald, Ottawa.

He was predeceased by his parents and two siblings, Eileen and Leonard, Edward also leaves behind cousins , nieces , and nephews who will always remember his kind, loving and generous spirit.

Donations in his memory may be made to the Canadian Heart Association.

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