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PRIMEAU, Marcel
2019-01-07

In Chateauguay, on January 7th, 2019, surrounded by his loving family, Mr. Marcel Primeau passed away.  He was the son of the late Elphège Primeau and the late Laura Lanctôt, and was predeceased by his brother Maurice (Ginette).

He is survived by his beloved wife Monika Hack, his sons Stephan and Allan, his brothers Roger (Élizabeth) and Jacques, nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.

We gracefully thank the nurses, doctors of the oncology department and Dr Amyot from the Anna-Laberge Hospital for taking such good care of Marcel.

The family wil receive condolences at the funeral parlor:

Alexandre Nicole

Complexe Funéraire Châteauguay

96, boul. St-Jean-Baptiste

Châteauguay, 450 699-9919

www.alexandrenicole.com


on Saturday, January 19, starting at 3pm, followed by a commemorative service at 6:30pm in the Chapel of the parlor.

In his memory, a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society or Bladder Cancer Canada would be greatly appreciated.

Testimonies of sympathy

Je suis désolée pour la perte de Monsieur Primeau. Mes pensées vont vers toute la famille. Je pense à vous. xxxxx

Jocelyne Daoust

Those we love don't away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near. Always loved....... Never forgotten.... Forever missed.... 

Margareta Wisniewska

En mon nom personnel ainsi qu'au nom de tous les membres du Club Lions Repentigny Le Gardeur II, veuillez accepter nos plus sincères condoléances.

Jules Ladouceur

Étant à l'extérieur du pays, je ne pourrai être présent aux funérailles, je veux offrir à tous les membres de la famille mes sincères condoléances.

Jean-Marcel Tessier

À la famille du Lion Marcel ainsi qu'à tous les membres du Club Lions Beauharnois, nous désirons offrir nos sincères condoléances suite au décès de notre ami Lion Marcel. Merci Lion Marcel pour ton soutient et ton amitié. Tes amis du Club Lions Ormstown.

Ormstown Club Lions

This wonderful man, husband, Papa and quiet hero touched countless lives. I am only honoured and privileged to have known him and, now, to feel his legacy of love. Perhaps these words embody what this gentle man both embraced and shared: "Love is always bestowed as a gift ... freely, willingly and without expectation. We don't love to be loved; we love to love." ~ Leo Buscaglia Soft landings ... may his memory be forever a blessing. Love, 

Louise Cooper

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