Saturday, August 04, 2012
J'ai ete a Hospital a Moncton la semaine passer pour visiter Jean-Paul Boudreau et ils m'ont dit que Majella etais tres malade.
J'ai ete voire et j'ai parler avec son homme Raymond.
Il m'a dis qu'elle va mourire avant Vendredi et sadly il avait raison...:(
C'etais vraiment triste et je prie que Raymond recois la force de continuer sa vie et etre tres fort pour la Famille.
Majella avais 5 sorte de cancer dans son systeme et desfois - La Vie est pas Fair!!!
Mes gros sympathies a La Famille et Amies...:(
Majella Landry of College Bridge, Memramcook passed away on Friday August 3, 2012 at the age of 52. Born on January 29, 1960, she was the daughter of the late Gerald Boudreau and Emelia Doiron.
She worked for the department of finance for the Dr. Georges L. Dumont university hospital center and was an avid gardener. She is survived by her mother Emelia of Haute Aboujagane, her husband Raymond; two daughters, Sylvie (Patrick) Landry of Little Dover Rd and Nicole (Daniel) Gaudet of College Bridge; one son, Leon (Josée) of College Bridge; two grandchildren: Damien and Olivia; four sisters, Géraldine (Allain) Richard, Rose-Marie (Rhéal) Richard and Marie-Mai (Alderic) Dupuis all of Haute Aboujagane and Francine (Roland) Doiron of Bas Cap-Pelé; four brothers, Claude (Rosella) and Michel (Dave) both of Haute Aboujagane, Ulysse (Bernice) of Bas Cap-Pelé and Gilles of Scoudouc and by several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held at Dupuis Funeral Home, 15 rte La Vallée on Sunday August 5 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. and on Monday August 6 from 9:30 to 10:30 am. Funeral mass that will be held at Saint Thomas de Memramcook church in St-Joseph on Monday August 6 at 11:00 am. Interment will be held in the parish cemetery
New Brunswick Liberal Leadership Candidate Brian Gallant is interviewed by the Blogger in front of the New Brunswick Legislature!!!
It's going to be a very sad few days for the Family but everyone will pull through....My God? How time flies....
Here's a Blog I wrote last year -
Paul is on the left with his Father Alphonse LeBlanc...
I arrived at the Funeral Home around 4:00pm and it was very emotional. People in great numbers came to pay their final respect.
The next day Motorcycles riders and hundreds of people showed up for the Funeral.
I was told many lined up the Streets while Paul made the final trip to St. Rose de Lima Church.
I'll let the pictures and video do the blogging....
Here's a video -
The Church was packed!!!
Paul even outnumbered the Funeral of the great Lou Murphy. < I was at that funeral >
People were lined up against the walls and outside.
Then the final Good bye.... :(
Then hundreds gathered for a memorial.
Yes, it was quite an emotional two days and I pray for the members of the Families that they will find the courage to continue on with their lives.
It's not going to be an easy task but I know they will manage.
Paul will truly be missed by many.
He was the best.....
Bye Bye Paul...