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In Memory of Eugene Gosselin

It is with great sadness that we announced the passing of Eugene Gosselin on March 21, 2024 at the age of 87 after a valiant battle with cancer. He was surrounded by loved ones in his final days and hours. He will be reunited with his oldest son Raymond who succumbed to cancer in 2017.

He leaves behind his wife of 64 years Annette who never left his side during his final weeks. He will be greatly missed by his children Diane (Marcel),Norman (Kathy), Brenda (Dean), Michael (Thomas) as well as his ‘adopted’ children Lynn, Terry and Bradley.

He Also leaves behind his grandchildren Annette (Steven), Christina (Chuck), Amanda (Joe), Christopher (Erika), Adam, Joshua and Melissa (Christian), 12 Great grandchildren and 14 great great grandchildren.

He was predeceased by his parents Emile and Aurore and his siblings Gertrude, Lucienne, Maurice, Clement, Diane, Roland and Fernand. Survived by siblings Fernande,Robert (Jacynthe) Monique, Rejeanne, Diane (Rejean), Francine (Normand) Linda (Guy) and Joanne.

There will be a celebration of life on May 4, 2024 at the Legion in Orleans from 1-4pm. There will be a second celebration of life in Mazatlan Mexico on November 14, 2024.

May the road rise up to meet you, may the wind be always at your back and until we meet again may God keep you in the palm of His hand.


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Ma tante Annette, Brenda, et toute la famille,
Je suis de tout coeur avec vous. Mon oncle “tannant” me manquera et je n’ose imaginer à quel point il vous manquera, à vous. Je suis toutefois convaincue qu’il veillera sur vous de là où il est. Je vous souhaite tout le courage du monde pour traverser cette grande épreuve. Je vous embrasse très fort !

You were always there for me I have only good memories of you.I will miss you dad you will forever be in my ❤️

Annette and family,
Our deepest sympathy to each of you. Eugene (and Annette) taught us how to enjoy retirement and how to live life to its fullest. We shared many fun times filled with laughs. Eugene always had a smile and that special sense of humor. He truly was a French gentleman. Save us spot for us in heaven, Eugene.

Dear Annette. I was so sorry to hear of Eugene’s passing. Joining the club of widowhood is one that none of us want but a lot of us are forced into. The thing that helped me the most on my journey was every time I felt sad or lonely I forced myself to think of a good time that I hadn’t thought of in ages. Although it didn’t change things it did make me grateful for all the good times we had together.

Annette, from the first time I met you both in Trenton, I knew we would become friends. We shared so many fun times, euchre games, crafting, dinner parties etc, etc. You enjoyed life together to the fullest, giving your friends that same joy. I’m sad for the journey ahead of you, but know your memories and family support will guide you. Our thoughts are with you, and we send love and hugs to you and your family. ❤️

Paul and I have fond memories of the times spent with your family and will be thinking of you all especially on May 4th.Eugene passed on Andy’s 87th birthday so each March 21 we will be toasting them.

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