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In Chateauguay, on June 9, 2018, at the age of 56, Mr. Ross McKeating passed away.
He is survived by his beloved wife Marie Lucie, his loving children Bonnie, Steven, Scott and Alexandre. He will be greatly missed by his parents Dennis and Norma, his sister Gail (Daniel), his dear friend Alexandre Bissonnette, his in-laws, many nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.
The funeral service will be held at St-Andrew’s United Church (46 Dupont W. St, Chateauguay) on Saturday, June 16, at 1 p.m., with a reception to follow.
Complexe Funéraire Châteauguay
Testimonies of sympathy
R.I.P. my friend.... I will forever cherish my memories of you dancing, laughing and having fun. May your Memory be Eternal. Gone too young and too fast. Lucie my heart goes out to you and your family. May God give you strength.
Hope Paloukis Tsihas
Lucie, toutes mes sympaties à toi et à ta famille!
Lucie, I was shocked and sadden to hear about the passing of Ross. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Ross was one of the good ones; kind, always helpful, fun, and so sweet. He will be missed. Lucie be strong.
To Lucie and family. So sad to hear of Ross's passing. What a lovely, kind and fun man he was. My sympathy to you, the "kids" and all your extended family. This world has lost a great man!
To Lucie and family, so sorry for your loss, so hard to believe a man with so much life is gone, taken way to young. Stay strong
Ross, you were always the cool Dad. For 15 years your daughter has been my best friend, and in those 15 years she's never had anything negative to say about you, you were her rock(star). She, like myself am a Daddy's girl. Nothing will ever fill the void that you leaving has left in her heart, I look forward to remembering you through her stories as the years go on. My heart is with the entire Mckeating family throughout this tough time. I hope heaven has golf, beers and a comfortable spot for you to watch your kids from. All my love, Bailey
To Lucie and the family, Ken and I are very sorry for your loss. We have really good memories of Ross and are thinking of you at this difficult time. Ken Wilson and Ann Shaw
Our deepest condolences to the family. Last time I saw Ross, he was at Billings reunion with a smile and a kind word for all. He will be sadly missed. RIP Ross
Rosco, little cousin that grew into a wonderful talented person, the apple of his parents eye, the love of his wife and a great father. As the youngest of your older cousins, you made a great impact on our grandparents, Aunts and Uncles and all your cousins.. You were one of a kind. Everyone in heaven will be glad to see you as all of us left behind will miss you. Love you cous!