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In Memory of Gail Evelyne Chabot (nee Fleming)

Gail peacefully passed away on September 9, 2023 at the age of 85 years. She was the beloved wife of the late Gerald Chabot, daughter of the late James Havelocke Fleming born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and the late foster Mom-Osland. 

She leaves in sadness her children; Roselle Chabot Rouleau (Dan), John Chabot (Cindy) and Andrea McCulloch Chabot (Kelvin). Cherished grandmother of Annique, Evelyne, Ilyana & Owen, Mitchell, Nicholas & Kyle, Travis & Genoah.  Predeceased by her siblings, Joan, Margaret, Ann, and Barry. 

Mom was a proud RNA nurse in Winnipeg, MB and at the Riverside Hospital etc in Ottawa, ON for over 20 years. As well, the RCMP for over 15 years.

Mom enjoyed Camping, family games, knitting, cross-stitch, crochet, sewing, baking, gardening, curling, skiing, singing with the church choir, and following many Sports / Olympics on TV.

Mom volunteered at the Madonna Nursing Home, in Orleans, after Dad’s passing. Her smile was contagious to all she met there. The tenderness and dignity given was all returned to her during her stay at Willowbend Retirement Residence where she took her last peaceful breath. 

The family would like to thank the staff at the Ottawa Hospital General Campus and Willowbend Retirement Home for all their amazing care provided. 

Family and friends may pay their respect on Monday September 18, 2023 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm at Heritage Funeral Complex, 1250 Trim Road, Orleans, ON. A Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, September 19, 2023 at 11 a.m. at Divine Infant Parish, 6658 Bilberry Drive, Orleans, ON. 

In memory of Mrs. Chabot, donation to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated. 

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You and your family are in my thoughts and my prayers. My sincere sympathy and condolences to you and your family on the loss of your mother. I hope you can find the strength and comfort you need to get through this difficult time. I will always cherish the fond memories hanging over at your home, your mom serving us her yummy baked goods, and camping.

I would like to send my sincere condolences to my cousins Roselle, John and Andrea and there respectful families.
Aunty Gail is such an icon in my heart. She was the most wonderful, and loving person I’ve ever known. I remember her being very patient and caring.
Her and my mom « Gisele » were very good friends.
I will miss her and she will always have a place in my heart.


To Roselle, John, Andrea, Family Members & Friends,
The members of the Canadian Forces Supplementary Radio (SUPRAD) System Oldtimers Association were saddened by the news of Gail’s passing. All those who proudly served with Gail, and her beloved husband Gerry, (who passed away in 2006), will forever remember all of the enjoyable times that were shared. Gail kept herself busy and her many accomplishments as a valued loving and caring volunteer were commendable. Please know that as members of your extended military family, we will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
‘Friends Forever’

John and Family my sincerest and deepest condolences.

My thoughts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time; cherish all the memories and laughter. Remember she will be watching over all of you

John, Roselle, Andrea
Our deepest condolences on the passing of your Mom. Gail was a happy people person, and loved all of you deeply.
It was great to have all of you as neighbours and as friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.
Bob, Michelle, Marc and Chantale

Dear Roselle, John, Andrea and family,
I will always remember your mom as a cheerful person and always welcoming me as a young teenager into her house with her delicious baked goods and at the campsite. Last year she had a wonderful conversation with my husband John. May you keep your memories of her close to your hearts.
Carmelina, John and Antonio

My deepest sympathy on the passing of Gail. I’ve known Gail for several years when she was a volunteer at Madonna nursing home and socially as well. Gail was a very caring
And loving person. Always ready to help others.

I first met Gail in Churchill, Manitoba in the mid 1960’s. She came to Churchill where her foster-brother Les Osland and his family were posted with the navy and where she met her future husband and the love of her life, Gerry Chabot. I attended their wedding and later when I married a navy man, Bob Gray, we followed them from base to base, the last being Gander, Nfld. before finally ending up in Ottawa with our young families. We were at Gerry’s funeral in 2006 and joined Gail and their family in grief at his passing. Gail was a kind, gentle and loving mother and wife and friend. While we lost touch over the years, I have thought of her often and with fond memories. Rest in peace Gail.

Roselle, John, Andrea & family, I’m so very sorry for the loss of your mom. She was like a second mom to me while growing up, she was such an amazing lady with a heart of gold. Thinking of you all and sending big hugs during this difficult time. Take care xoxo

Sincere condolences on the passing of Gail. I met Gail at Madonna Nursing Home many years ago. A lovely giving person she helped the residents with knitting and was always there to help.. will miss her.

We are so sad to hear about your beloved mother/grandmother’s passing. Gail was such a beautiful and warm-hearted person.

We are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers. We are sorry we cannot attend the funeral due to sickness.
The Plouffe family (Deavy Way)

Roselle, John, Andrea and your families, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.
I was sorry to read of your Mom’s passing. I remember her as a caring vibrant Mom with a beautiful smile (l babysat Roselle and John while she worked the evening shift as a nurse when your Dad was in Alert). And I remember her joy when she showed me the two dozen red roses your Dad sent her while he was gone – and as a 16 year old, I thought it was the most romantic thing I’d ever seen. God willing, their souls are together again for eternity. May your faith and family support you all doing these difficult times and find comfort in a life well lived and well loved.
Bev Primmer McKee

Our condolences to you and your family, Roselle. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Collette, Caven and the kids.

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