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Brosseau, Gena

Age: 92
Passed on: Monday, June 10, 2019
Service Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Service Location: Ste. Agnès - Azilda
Visitation: Friends may gather at the church after 10:30 AM Tuesday

Posted by:
Michelle Brosseau

Posted on:
June 25, 2019

Thank you for all your kind words. I’m just seeing your posts now. My dad touched many people with his kindness, patience, wisdom and beautiful smile. He was the best dad a girl could ever ask for. He taught me how to be strong, never give up and be kind to others. He was an amazing husband to my beautiful mother which I am so lucky to still have by my side. He passed peacefully surrounded by his family. I am so happy I was there to hold his hand as he left us. There is nowhere else I would have wanted to be. He will forever be in my heart. I love you dad.

Posted by:
Lise Brosseau

Posted on:
June 17, 2019

My Daddy, my role model, forever grateful and will cherish our lives together especially the last 10 months by your side day in and day out, always cracking me up bursting out in laughter. Such a thoughtful, caring loving man. Forever in my heart as my greatest love allowing me 10 months of final gifts, only you and I shared that no one will ever take away or understand. Il y as quelque chose de plus fort que la mort, c'est la présence des absents dans la mémoire des vivants. Go ahead and find us our next fishing spot in heaven, until we meet again. P.S. Pappa...don't drain that next fishing hole till we meet up again. Our ritual...Big hugs, laughter, prayers, made up songs and sharing the stages of life. DADDY'S GIRL

Posted by:
Joanne Danforth

Posted on:
June 16, 2019

My sincere condolences on your loss. Thoughts are with you. XO

Posted by:
Gerry & Shirley Laplante

Posted on:
June 16, 2019

Please accept our heart felt condolences.

Posted by:
Gisele la guedelle

Posted on:
June 16, 2019

My condolences to the family. Gena always brought me joy at the Villa. Will miss my cheek kisses. Rest In Peace dear man

Posted by:
Larocque Family

Posted on:
June 14, 2019

Our deepest sympathy, to Lise ,Gaston and Family. He's in God hands, may he rest in peace. Soiyez en paix. Richard Noella and Joanne(la pigriche) Larocque

Posted by:
Pegi Dahm

Posted on:
June 13, 2019

My prayers and thoughts are with you Lise and your family at this time.

Posted by:
Terri Fechnay

Posted on:
June 13, 2019

To Ma Tante Rejeannne, Gaston, Lise, and Michelle (Mimi) and all of the family: I am sorry to hear of the passing of Mon Uncle Gena who was loved by all for his kindness, work ethic, gentleness, strength and wisdom. I recall how he tended to his garden with love and patience, just as he did to all whom he loved. A hug to you all. He is at peace. Love, Terri-Lee

Posted by:
Toni Topilka

Posted on:
June 13, 2019

My deepest heatfelt condolences and sympathy to the family at this difficult time.

Posted by:
Arlene Demorest

Posted on:
June 13, 2019

Visiting my Canadian relatives was the highlight of my youth and we often stayed with Uncle Gena and Aunt Rejeanne and their family. I remember Uncle Gena as sweet, kind, loving and gentle. He had a way of making everyone feel protected and safe. There was nothing he couldn’t do. I’ll never forget his beautiful smile. I’m hoping that the family heals a little bit each day as they deal with the loss of their patriarch. Peace to you now mon oncle and sending love to those he left behind.

Posted by:
Suzanne Loranger

Posted on:
June 13, 2019

My thoughts and prayers condolences to the family ,I have some fond memories as a child on grandmas farm of uncle Gena when he lived there and uncle had an unforgettable smile R.I.P .and be with your big family in heaven

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
June 13, 2019

My condolences and prayers to the family .

Posted by:
Debbie Ironside

Posted on:
June 12, 2019

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time , praying you find comfort in your cherished memories.

Posted by:
Colette (Larocque) Rainville

Posted on:
June 12, 2019

My sincere sympathy to the Brosseau family. I have good memories of M. Brosseau growing up on Belanger Street. Especially his good humour and his tomatoes during the summer. Rest in peace.