Pelland - Une histoire de famille

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301 Arrivé avec ses enfants à Elllis Island le 31 août 1902 à bord le S.S. Statendam. PORTIER, Victor (I16637)
 
302 arrivé capitaine de la compagnie de St-Ours au régiment de Carignan septembre 1665, capitaine au Canada 17-03-1687 et 25-03-1694, garde-marine 01-01-1693, chevalier de St-Louis 01-06-1704, retraite 09-06-1708; au rec.81, à St-Ours; concession de la seigneurie de L'Assomption (pour son fils Louis, héritée par son père) 03-11-1672; concession de la seigneurie de Deschaillons 25-04-1674
n octobre 1640 Veurey-Voroize b 27-06-1641 Notre-Dame de Grenoble, Dauphiné, France
s 21-10-1724 St-Ours 
ST-OURS, Pierre (I42831)
 
303 arrivée avant 1640 avec ses enfants Mathurin, Jean et Pierre
d entre 10-11-1633 et 29-07-1640, Beaupré 
ROGER, Renée (I43465)
 
304 Arrivée sur la SS Lombardy. PIANOSI, Enrica Richetta (I23659)
 
305 Arterio-sclerosis, valvular disease contributary: Bright's disease PELLAND, Sévérin Pierre (I372)
 
306 Arthur FALCON, 60
e
cours, médecin
(1880-....)
Originaire de Saint-Jacques-le-Mineur, il est le f
ils de Abraham FALCON et de Eulalie POIRIER.
Il a fait des études classiques et philosophiques
au Collège de l’Assomption de 1895 à 1899.
Décédé.
Avait épousé Alma CAMARAIRE, fille de Joseph CAM
ARAIRE et de Cordélia DANSEREAU, à Montréal,
le 6 septembre 1905.
Mise à jour de la biographie : 1
er
mars 2014 
FALCON, Arthur (I221454)
 
307 Arthur J. Pelland; 89; Walnut Manor, Allentown; died Wednesday at home; employe, Al's Service Station, 5th & Walnut streets, Allentown, retiring 1956; husband of Stella (Reinert) Pelland; born Patterson, N.J.; son of the late Arthur J. & Mary Ann (Brazel) Pelland; member, St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Allentown. Survivors: widow; daughter Gertrude, wife of Paul Snyder, Mertztown; son Paul R., Allentown; grandchild. Wm. W. Kulik Funeral Home, 426 Hanover Ave., Allentown.
[obituary, The Morning Call, Allentown, PA, Thursday, July 31, 1975, page 14] 
PELLAND, Arthur J (I8265)
 
308 Arthur Marchildon (10 mars 1920 à Zénon Park au Canada - 6 avril 1996) a été curé dans la province de Saskatchewan au Canada pendant près de cinquante ans.
L’abbé Arthur Marchildon a dédié sa vie à l’épanouissement de l’espace francophone dans la province de la Saskatchewan, un territoire majoritairement anglo-saxon où les Fransaskois représentent environ 2% de la population. Il a reçu l'Ordre du Canada pour cette contribution.
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Arthur Marchildon est né sur une ferme près du village de Zénon Park. Ses parents Gilbert Marchildon et Anna Lalonde étaient agriculteurs. Arthur est le deuxième enfant d’une famille de quatorze. Il fait ses études primaires à l’école La Marseillaise et ses études secondaires au Collège Mathieu de Gravelbourg en Saskatchewan.
Fortement influencé par les pères Oblats qui voient en lui un futur chef dans la lutte pour la cause canadienne-française, Arthur Marchildon entame des études en théologie au Séminaire Mazenod de Gravelbourg et termine son éducation au Séminaire Saint-Augustin à Toronto (Ontario).
Il revient ensuite en Saskatchewan où il sera tour à tour curé de paroisse (Bonne Madone, North Battleford, St-Vital, Spiritwood, Fairholme, Domrémy et St-Brieux), inspecteur d’écoles, chef de file du mouvement coopératif et du dossier scolaire, instigateur de projets pour la jeunesse fransaskoise ainsi que grand bâtisseur d’églises, de centres culturels et de foyers pour personnes âgées.
Tout au cours de sa vie, l’abbé Marchildon épaulera sa communauté et son église. Jeune curé, il travaillera afin d’ériger la paroisse canadienne française Saint-André à North Battleford, paroisse qu’il servira pendant vingt-cinq ans.
En 1984, l’abbé Marchildon reçoit l’Ordre du Canada pour son travail auprès de la francophonie de l’Ouest canadien.
Travailleur invétéré, il est retrouvé mort en 1996 à l’âge de soixante-seize ans, à l’entrée de l’église de St-Brieux, quelques mois avant les célébrations prévues pour ses cinquante ans de prêtrise.
Les efforts de cet homme ont permit à des générations de Fransaskois de s’émanciper dans leur langue et leur culture.
Il est enterré au cimetière de son patelin, Zénon Park, en Saskatchewan. 
MARCHILDON, Arthur (I75592)
 
309 assassin?ee DE BELL?EME, Mabile (I158739)
 
310 At Fond du Lac. Wls., April 18, 1888, Mrs.
FRANCIS PELLAND, formerly ol Plattsburgh.
The letter in which this announcement is
made, states also that Mr. Francis Pelland sold,
his lot to St Peter's Church, upon which the
convent now is located, and moved to Wisconsin
with his family, where he has a pleasant home
and has prospered. 
PELLAND, François-Xavier (I241)
 
311 At North Bay Empire Living Centre, Monday, July 16,2007. Maybelle Allhusen (nee Watson) . Beloved wife of the late James Stuart and the late Les Allhusen in her 86th year. Dearly loved mother of Ruth Aubin (Gilles), Helen Wall (Richard Bernard), Doris Stuart (Sue Lapointe), Donald Stuart, Richard Stuart (Denise) and Carl Allhusen (Helen). Lovingly remembered by 12 grandchildren ,Jerry, Allan, Joanna, Jason, Shane, Michelle, Kelly (deceased), Mark, Bryan, Chad, Jammie , Diane and 7 great grandchildren. Dear sister of Marjorie Coates (Steve) and Irene Schultz (Gord). Predeceased by her parents Martha and John Watson, sister Eva Grant, Violet Brimley and brothers Hugh and Elmer Watson. Private family service. Interment Terrace Lawn Cemetery.As expressions of sympathy ,donations to the Heart & Stroke Fund would be gratefully appreciated by the family. WATSON, Maybelle (I18936)
 
312 ate of Birth:
Sunday, May 30th, 1915
Date of Death:
Sunday, January 4th, 2009
Funeral Home:
J.J. Patterson and Sons Funeral Residence Limited
19 Young Street
Welland, Ontario, CANADA
L3B 4C5
Obituary:

LOSTRACCO Remigio at the Welland Hospital, surrounded by his loving family, on Sunday, January 4, 2009 in his 94th year. He will be missed by Livia (nee Silvestri) loving wife of 68 years. Dearly loved father of John, Lola Coutu and Josephine Gillespie (Richard) . Cherished grandfather of Wayne Coutu (Kelly), Tammy Collinson (Scott), Kathryn Bezan (Scott) and Jason Gillespie. Dearest great grandfather of Kessia, Jared, Mikayla, Noah and Livia. Survived by his sister-in-law Piacentina Lostracco and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his son-in-law Gerard Coutu, brothers Salvatore (Esterina), Quintilio (Elvira) and Angelo, sister Clelia Iudiciani (Lorenzo), sister-in-law Gina Iudiciani (Erminio) and brothers-in-law Rocco and Fiore Silvestri. The visitation will be held at J.J. Patterson & Sons Funeral Residence 19 Young Street, Welland on Sunday, January 11th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., where the funeral service will be conducted by Rev. James Mulligan on Monday, January 12th at 11:30 a.m. Interment to follow at Holy Cross Cemetery. If so desired, memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or Woodlands of Sunset. on line memories and condolences at www.jjpatterson.ca As a memorial tribute, a tree will be planted in Memory Woods. A tree grows memories live. 
LOSTRACCO, Amelia (I46466)
 
313 atherine F. LaMarche, age 71, of Escanaba, died peacefully Sunday evening June 22, 2008, at the Bishop Noa Home, where she has resided since March of this year.

Katherine was born September 14, 1936, in Escanaba, the daughter of Charles and Mae (DeShambo) Longtine. Katherine was raised in Escanaba and attended and graduated from the Holy Name Catholic High School. Following high school, Katherine continued her education at Northern Michigan University, receiving her degree in nursing. On August 2, 1958, Katherine was united in marriage to Robert L. LaMarche, at the St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, and together the couple made their home and began their family in the Escanaba area. Robert preceded Katherine in death in 2001. Throughout her life, Katherine worked primarily as a homemaker, keeping their family home and raising her family. She was a dedicated and faithful member of the St. Anthony of Padua Parish. In addition, Katherine belonged to the St. Anthony’s Ladies Guild and was a devoted mother and grandmother to her loving family. She will be deeply missed by all.

Katherine leaves to survive:
• 2 Sons: Bob (Toni) LaMarche of Wells, MI
• Mike (Jamie) LaMarche of Gladstone, MI
• 1 Daughter: Kim (Joe) Dishaw of Florence, WI
• 1 Brother: William Longtine of Escanaba, MI
• 11 Grandchildren: Joey (Val), Bobby, Ben, Louie, Frankie, Angie, Michaela, Michael, Matthew, Jordyn and Danny
• Also surviving are many loving nieces, nephews and cousins.

In addition to her parents, Charles and Mae and her loving husband Robert,
Katherine was preceded in death by:
• Infant Son: Lawrence LaMarche
• 1 Sister: Lynn Sargent

Katherine’s family will receive friends on Wednesday from 2:00PM to 5:15PM at the Skradski-Boyce Funeral Home in Escanaba. Funeral services celebrating the life of Katherine F. LaMarche will follow visitation, on Wednesday, at 6:00PM, at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, with Rev. Fr. Rick Courier officiating. Luncheon will follow at St. Thomas the Apostle Parish Hall. Committal rites will be conducted on Thursday, at 10:30AM, at the Gardens of Rest Cemetery in Wells. 
LONGTINE, Katherine Frances (I13084)
 
314 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Jamey Edward (I7206)
 
315 Au C.H.R.D.L. à St-Charles-Borromée, le 8 mai 2013 à l’âge de 85 ans et 10 mois, est décédé M. Normand Tellier, époux de Mme Laurette Lafontaine demeurant à St-Gabriel.

Outre son épouse, il laisse dans le deuil:
Ses enfants :
Johanne (John Bussière);
Sylvie (Pierre Koclas);
Guylaine (Guy Brunelle);
Josée.
Ses petits-enfants :
John-Sébastien Bussière (Paule Vigneault);
Laurence et Maude Tellier Brunelle;
Olivier et Philippe Koclas
Une arrière petite fille :
Adèle Bussière.
Son frère : Gérald Tellier
Ses belles-soeurs :
Antoinette Lafontaine (feu Paul-Émile Bibeau);
Rose-Hélène (Gaston Bergeron)
Gisèle Turcotte.
Plusieurs neveux, nièces, autres parents et ami(e)s.

La famille accueillera parents et ami(e)s à la chapelle du Crématorium de Michel Léveillé, au 350 rue de L’Industrie, Ville St-Gabriel, lundi le 13 mai 2013 à compter de 13 h 00 suivra une liturgie de la parole à 15 h 00. L’Inhumation des cendres aura lieu au cimetière de St-Gabriel.

Au lieu de fleurs, des dons à la Fondation pour la santé du Nord de Lanaudière (C.H.R.D.L. ) seraient grandement appréciés.

Direction funéraire Michel Léveillé
Maison funéraire membre de la corporation des thanatologues du Québec. 
TELLIER, Normand (I119616)
 
316 Au C.H.R.D.L. de Joliette, le 7 septembre 2007, à l’âge de 63 ans, est décédé M Serge Dubeau, époux de Mme Diane Bibeau, demeurant à Saint-Damien. Outre son épouse, le défunt laisse dans le deuil ses enfants: Daniel (Chantal Pelland),

Christian, Sophie (Philippe Baril), Rémi (Geneviève Paquin); ses petits-enfants: William et Alexianne; plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-soeurs, cousins, cousines, neveux, nièces, autres parents et ami(e)s. La famille a accueilli parents et ami(e)s au Centre funéraire Michel Léveillé, 124 rue St-Gabriel, Ville Saint-Gabriel, mercredi le 12 septembre et jeudi, le 13 septembre, jour des funérailles. Les funérailles ont eu lieu le jeudi 13 septembre à 11h00 en l’église de Saint-Damien. L’inhumation aura lieu au cimetière paroissial.

Direction funéraire Michel Léveillé 
DUBEAU, Serge (I68223)
 
317 Au C.H.S.L.D. Désy à St-Gabriel, le 23 janvier 2014, à l’âge de 73 ans est décédé M. Raymond Godard époux de feu Denise Graham demeurant à Ville St-Gabriel. Le défunt laisse dans le deuil, Sa fille Nathalie Godard (Guy Pelland), ses petits-fils Anthony et Guillaume Chevalier, plusieurs frères, sœurs, beaux-frères, belles-sœurs, neveux, nièces, cousins, cousines et ami(e)s. La famille accueillera parents et ami(e)s à la chapelle du crématorium Michel Léveillé 350 de L’Industrie Ville St-Gabriel, le lundi 27 janvier à compter de 19 h suivra la célébration de la vie à 21 h. Les cendres seront déposées au columbarium Michel Léveillé. Au lieu de fleurs, des dons à la Fondation Québécoise du cancer seraient appréciés. Direction funéraire Michel Léveillé. Maison funéraire membre de la corporation des thanatologues du Québec. GODARD, Raymond (I192776)
 
318 Au Canada, les Moniales dominicaines sont établies à Berthierville. En 1925, une maison provisoire a été mise à leur disposition par une généreuse berthelaise -- tertiaire dominicaine comme on appelait alors les laïques membres de l'Ordre -- et grâce à la ténacité d'un Dominicain canadien, le père Émile-Alphonse Langlais, un groupe de six moniales de Prouilhe venait établir la première fondation de Moniales dominicaines en terre canadienne. TRANCHEMONTAGNE, Marie Claire (I1452)
 
319 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. GUILBAULT, Monique (I169464)
 
320 Au centre d’accueil Heather de Rawdon, le 15 mai 2013, à l’âge de 89 ans,
est décédée madame Georgette Laporte,
épouse de feu Armand Duval,
de St-Thomas-de-Joliette.

Elle laisse dans le deuil, ses enfants :
Pierrette (Jean-Paul Désy),
Denise,
Francine (Ambro Zuccaro),
Normand (Suzie Rousseau),
Pierre-Paul (Johanne Ouellet),
ses petits-enfants Pierre-Luc, Cynthia, Francis, Éric, Audrey, Sandra et Francis,
ses arrière-petits-enfants Gabriel, Félix, Noémie, Lily-Rose, Dylan et Maélie,
son frère Roger Laporte,
ainsi que plusieurs neveux, nièces, autres parents et amis.

Exposée le vendredi 17 mai 2013, de 14h à 17h, de 19h à 22h, le samedi dès 11h, au salon
F. Thériault inc.,
46, des Érables
St-Thomas
Funérailles le samedi 18 mai 2013 à 14h, en l’église paroissiale de St-Thomas.
Inhumation au cimetière de St-Thomas. 
LAPORTE, Georgette (I99740)
 
321 Au Centre d’Accueil Rouville de Marieville, le 15 juillet 2010 à l’âge de 85 ans et 6 mois, est décédé M. Lorenzo Ross, époux de Mme Isabelle Banville Ross demeurant à Marieville.Outre son épouse, il laisse dans le deuil ses enfants : Majella (Claude Dagenais), Médéric (Ginette Demers), Jacques (Johanne Lacroix), Jacinthe (Rosaire Noël), Louiselle (Ghislain Pelland), Jean-Claude (Lory), ses dix petits-enfants : Katy, Marie-Claude, Guillaume, Marie-France, Jonathan, Jean-François, Emmanuel, Stéphanie, Julian et James, deux arrières petits-enfants : Hugo et Étienne ainsi que ses sœurs, ses nombreux neveux, nièces et amis.La famille Ross accueillera parents et amis à la

RÉSIDENCE FUNÉRAIRE G. JODOIN INC, 690 Ste Marie, Marieville, Qc, J3M 1J2 450 460-2430 télc 450 355-0195, www.residencefunerairejodoin.ca lundi le 19 juillet 2010 de 19h00 à 22h00.

Les funérailles auront lieu mardi le 20 juillet 2010 à 11h00 à l’église St-Nom de Marie de Marieville suivie de la mise des cendres au columbarium de la Résidence Funéraire G. Jodoin. 
ROSS, Lorenzo (I106067)
 
322 Au CHRDL de Joliette, le 13 mai 2002, à l'âge de 67 ans, est décédé M. Camille Pelland, époux de Mme Lise Emery, demeurant à N-Dame des Prairies.
Le défunt laisse dans le deuil, outre son épouse, ses enfants; Line , Serge (Ginette Savignac), ses petits-enfants; Marie-Eve, Sonia, Jonathan, ses frères et soeurs; M. et Mme Alban Pelland de St-Zénon, M. l'Abbé Hermes Pelland de Joliette, Mme Laure-Anne Ménard épouse de feu Claude Pelland de Joliette, M & Mme Jn-Paul Pelland de St-Félix, M. Gérard Allard époux de feu Armande Pelland de Joliette, M & Mme Alexandre Pelland de Montréal.
Ses beaux-frères et belles-soeurs: Mme Jeannette Dufresne Emery de N-D de Lourdes, Mme Imelda Fréchette-Emery de St-Félix, M & Mme Alphonse Robillard de St-Félix, M & Mme Robert Marion de St-Félix, Mme Claire Emery Coutu de Ste-Elisabeth, M & Mme Jean-Paul Roberge de St-Chs-Borromée, M & Mme Marcel Emery de St-Félix, M. Réal Emery de Joliette, M & Mme Ubald Lasalle de St-Félix, M & Mme Jn-Luc Emery de St-Félix, ainsi que plusieurs autres parents et amis.
Les funérailles ont eu lieu en présence des cendres, le samedi 18 mai à 11 h. en l'église N-D des Prairies. Inhumation au cimetière de Joliette. Direction funéraire Richard Dugas pour la résidence funéraire de Lanaudière. 
PELLAND, Camille Joseph Marcel (I874)
 
323 Au CHRDL de Joliette, le 15 juillet 2016, à l’âge de 87 ans,
est décédée madame Thérèse Masse,
épouse de feu Emile Bonin,
demeurant à Berthierville.

Elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants :
Alain Bonin (Françoise Desroches),
Serge Bonin,
Christiane Bonin (Joel Bourque),
Armande Lachance (feu Jean-Marc Bonin),
ses 6 petits-enfants :
Éric, Patrick, Tommy, Mathieu, Michel Bonin
et Catherine Bourque,
sa belle-sœur madame Micheline Rodgers (feu Claude Bonin),
ainsi que plusieurs neveux, nièces, autres parents et amis.

La famille vous accueillera le jeudi 21 juillet 2016 dès 13h30
en l’église de Ste-Geneviève-de-Berthier,
où les funérailles auront lieu le même jour à 14 h.
Madame Thérèse Masse Bonin sera inhumée au cimetière de Berthierville. 
MASSE, Thérèse (I129438)
 
324 Au CHRDL de Joliette, le 30 août 2016 à l’âge de 78 ans,
est décédé monsieur Jean-Paul Olivier,
époux de Monique Bacon,
demeurant à St-Thomas-de-Joliette.

L’ayant déjà précédé sa fille Sylvie,
il laisse dans le deuil outre son épouse, ses filles :
Francine (Robert Deneault),
Micheline,
ses petits-fils : Jean-François, Pierre-Luc et William,
plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-sœurs, autres parents et amis.

Des dons à la Société québécoise du cancer seraient appréciés,
formulaires disponibles au salon.

La famille vous accueillera le vendredi 2 septembre 2016 de 19h à 22h
et le samedi dès midi, au salon F. Thériault inc.,
46, des Érables, St-Thomas.
Les funérailles auront lieu le samedi 3 septembre à 14h
en l’église paroissiale de St-Thomas.
Monsieur Jean-Paul Olivier sera inhumé au cimetière de St-Thomas. 
OLIVIER, Jean Paul (I153146)
 
325 Au CHRDL de Joliette, le 5 février 2016, à l’âge de 92 ans,
est décédée Mme Thérèse Bruneau,
épouse de feu Henri Thériault,
autrefois de Ste-Béatrix.

L’ayant déjà précédé son fils Raynald,
elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants :
Huguette,
Pierrette,
Gaétane,
Annette (Christian Niquette),
Denis,
Yvon (Jacinthe Adam),
ses 11 petits-enfants : Nathalie, François, Martin, Éric, Serge, Julie,
Marie-Claude, Édith, Chantal, Adam, Guillaume,
ses 13 arrière-petits-enfats,
son arrière-arrière-petite-fille,
sa belle-sœur Mme Cécile Forest-Bruneau,
ainsi que plusieurs autres parents et amis.

Des dons à la Fondation pour la Santé du Nord de Lanaudière seraient appréciés,
formulaires disponibles au salon.

La famille vous accueillera le samedi 13 février 2016 dès 10h
au salon funéraire F. Thériault inc., 987 rue Claude, Ste-Béatrix.
Les funérailles auront lieu le même jour à 14h en l’église de Ste-Béatrix. 
BRUNEAU, Thérèse (I96740)
 
326 Au CHRDL, le 19 novembre 2016, à l’âge de 87 ans,
est décédé monsieur Jean-Eudes Lasalle,
époux de Thérèse Rondeau,
demeurant à St-Charles-Borromée et autrefois de St-Michel-des-Saints.

Il laisse dans le deuil, outre son épouse,
ses enfants :
Frances Lasalle (Philippe Passier),
Johny Lasalle (Marielle Hamelin),
Gabrielle Lasalle (Roger Lascelles),
ses petits-enfants : Loucas, Jésun et Yanko,
ses arrière-petites-filles : Eliane, Maya, Fay, Léa,
son frère, sa sœur, ses beaux-frères et belles-sœurs :
Claude Lasalle (Rita Richard),
Lorraine Lasalle,
Alice Rondeau ,
Rachel Rondeau,
Cécile Rondeau,
Lucille Rondeau (Léo Leblanc),
ainsi que plusieurs autre parents et amis.

La famille vous accueillera le vendredi 25 novembre 2016 dès 13 h
au salon funéraire F. Thériault inc.,
231, rue St-Jacques, St-Michel-des-Saints,
où une liturgie aura lieu le même jour à 16 h. 
LASALLE, Jean Eudes (I155524)
 
327 Au CHRDL, le 28 juin 2013, à l’âge de 74 ans, est décédée Mme Thérèse Duchesneau épouse de Marc Rivest de Joliette.

Outre son époux, elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants : Stéphane, Mylène et son époux Michel Coulombe, Robert et son épouse Josée Lavallée; ses petits-enfants : Jimmy, Lydia, Antoine, Rose, Hubert, Éliot; plusieurs beaux-frères et belles-sœurs, autres parents et amis.

La famille de Mme Duchesneau vous accueillera le jeudi 4 juillet à compter de 10h au
Centre Funéraire Régional Joliette
1077 rue Lépine, Joliette

Une liturgie sera célébrée à la chapelle du centre funéraire jeudi à 13h 
DUCHESNEAU, Thérèse (I97983)
 
328 Au CHRDL, le 5 novembre 2014, à l’âge de 93 ans, est décédée Mme Gisèle Gravel, épouse de feu Omer Forget de Joliette.

Elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants Rénald (Claire Auger), Réjean (Rachel Lépine) et Claude, ses petits-enfants Michel (Chantal Arnault), Mario et Mélissa, ses arrière- petits-enfants Jérémie, Frédérick et Gabrielle, son frère Denis (Thérèse Bruneau), sa sœur Jeannine, ses beaux-frères et belles-sœurs, autres parents et amis.

La famille de Mme Gravel vous accueillera le dimanche 9 novembre de 14h à 17h et de 19h à 21h ainsi que le lundi à compter de 13h au

Centre Funéraire Régional Joliette
1077 rue Lépine, Joliette

Une liturgie sera célébré 
GRAVEL, Gisèle (I170572)
 
329 Au CHSLD Le Château, le 23 mai 2016, à l’âge de 93 ans,
est décédée madame Jeannette Robitaille,
épouse de feu Albert Murray,
de St-Félix-de-Valois.

L’ayant précédé son fils Jules Murray,
elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants :
Bertin Murray (Francine Limoges)
Madeleine Murray (Feu Denis Tessier)
Guy Murray (Ginette Boucher)
Jean Murray (Ghislaine Martineau)
Céline Murray (Yves Laporte)
Jacinthe Murray
plusieurs petits-enfants et arrière-petits-enfants
frères, sœurs, beaux-frères, belles-sœurs
ainsi que de nombreux neveux, nièces, autres parents et amis.

La famille vous accueillera le samedi 4 juin 2016 de 11h à 14h
au salon funéraire F. Thériault inc.,
4391 rue Principale, St-Félix-de-Valois.
Madame Robitaille sera inhumée au cimetière de St-Félix-de-Valois. 
ROBITAILLE, Jeannine (I15290)
 
330 Au CHSLD Piedmond,
Le 30 août 2013, à l’âge de 91 ans
Est décédée madame Anna-Marie Charette,
Épouse de Feu Charles-Auguste Rivest,
De St-Zénon.

La défunte laisse dans le deuil, ses enfants :
Gisèle et son conjoint Gilles Dulac,
Daniel et sa conjointe Jacqueline Laforest,
Raymond et sa conjointe Rita Demange,
André et sa conjointe Ruth Bisaillon,
Gaétane et son conjoint Roland Plante,
Monique et son conjoint Viateur Clément,
Carmen et son conjoint Pierre Gauthier,
15 petits-enfants, 26 arrière petits-enfants,
Ses sœurs, frères, beaux-frères, belles-sœurs :
Claire Charette-Lefebvre,
Laurent Charette et son épouse Carmen Lépine,
Marie-Reine Charette et son époux Jean-Guy Hétu,
Jeannine Charette et son époux Gilles Blais,
Madeleine Ouimet-Charette,
Germaine Desrosiers-Rivest,
Sylvio Rivest et son épouse Lucie Dénommé,
Michèle Provost-Rivest,
Plusieurs neveux, nièces, autres parents et amis.

Madame Charette sera exposée le samedi 7 septembre 2013 dès 10 h
Au Salon F. Thériault Inc.
6091, rue Principale, St-Zénon.
Les funérailles auront lieu le même jour à 14 heures
En l’église paroissiale de St-Zénon.
Inhumation au cimetière de St-Zénon.

Les dons pour le Milieu de Vie du CHSLD Piedmont seraient grandement appréciés. 
CHARETTE, Anne Marie (I168519)
 
331 Au CHSLD Saint-Eusèbe, le 25 janvier 2007, à l'âge de 88 ans, est décédée Mme Aline Thibodeau, épouse de feu Gérard Savoie, demeurant à Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes. La défunte laisse dans le deuil, ses enfants : précédé de sa fille Marthe ainsi que Raymonde, Irène, Solange, Madeleine, Lucille, Jean-Charles, Gérald, Marcel, Colette, Pierre et leurs conjoints(es), 23 petits-enfants, 14 arrière-petits-enfants, ses frères et sœurs : Léo, Jeannette, jeanne, Hélène Thibodeau, beaux-frères, belles-sœurs ainsi que plusieurs autres parents et amis. Mme Aline Thibodeau est exposée le dimanche 28 janvier 2007 de 14 h à 17 h et de 19 h à 22 h. Les funérailles ont lieu le lundi 29 janvier 2007 à 14 h, départ du complexe de la Résidence funéraire de Lanaudière pour l'église de Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes. Inhumation au cimetière de Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes. Direction funéraire : Richard Dugas pour la Résidence funéraire de Lanaudière THIBODEAU, Aline (I6389)
 
332 Au CHSLD Ste-Élisabeth, le 25 janvier, à l’âge de 88 ans, est décédé M Jean-Charles Grenier, époux de feu Gisèle Gélinas de Joliette. Le défunt laisse dans le deuil ses enfants : Francine et son époux Richard Aubin, Jacques (feu Diane Dufresne), Claude et son épouse Ginette Thériault, Hélène et son époux Pierre Massicotte, ses petits-enfants : Bérengère, Marie-Pier, Lee-Anne et Noémie, autres parents et amis.

La famille vous accueillera le lundi 28 janvier de 19h à 22h et mardi dès 9h au 
GRENIER, Jean Charles (I133392)
 
333 au rec.66, à Beauport, domestique engagé de Robert Giffard; au rec.81, à Sorel; confirmé 20-05-1669 Chambly
b 16-02-1645 Montigny, Normandie, France
m ct 16-06-1669 Cusson (Cap-de-la-Madeleine) 
HUS, Paul (I42535)
 
334 au rec.66, à Beaupré, poigneur; au rec.81, à La Durantaye; arrivé été 1662
d entre 27-04-1690 et 24-10-1691, La Durantaye
m février 1658 Dieppe, Normandie, France 
ROY, Nicolas (I43008)
 
335 au rec.67, à Québec; achat de la seigneurie de Dorvilliers (ou Antaya, Comporté) à Philippe Gauthier de Comporté 22-10-1675
d entre 14-05-1690 et 09-07-1697, Dautray
m avril 1660 Tadoussac (sans publication ni avis à quiconque, ce qui fit beaucoup de bruit) 
PELLETIER, François (I42238)
 
336 Au rec.81, à Batiscan; au rec.1700, au Mont-Louis, maître de grave; établi à Kamouraska en 1696 ou 1697, lieutenant de milice de Kamouraska en mars 1721; tonnelier, menuisier e charpentier
m 12-02-1691 St-Pierre Î.O. (ct 29-01-1691 Gilles Rageot) 
ROY, Pierre (I42078)
 
337 au rec.81, à Beaumont; enseigne 1691 à 02-05-1696; concession de la seigneurie de Beaumont 03-11-1672, augmentée 10-04-1713 COUILLARD, Charles (I42988)
 
338 au rec.81, à Berthier; cité 02-02-1664 Québec; fermier du seigneur de Berthier en 1674 et 1677 BAZIN, Pierre Marie (I43006)
 
339 au rec.81, à Cap-St-Ignace
d après 1710, Cap-St-Ignace
m ct 28-10-1668 Aubert (Beaupré) 
GAGNÉ, Pierre (I43196)
 
340 au rec.81, à Champlain; engageur Ouest 27-05-1695; capitaine de milice de l'Île Dupas; achat, avec Louis Dandonneau, de la seigneurie de l'Île Dupas (moitié chacun) à Charles Aubert 11-11-1690; achat des Îles à l'Aigle et à la Grenouille (dans le fief Radisson) à Étienne Volant 13-07-1712 BRISSET, Jacques (I42249)
 
341 au rec.81, à la seigneurie de Maur à St-Augustin; arrivé en ou peu avant 1662, habitant de la côte de Beaupré (ct 14-05-1663 Audouart) LAMBERT, Aubin (I43419)
 
342 au rec.81, à Petite Auvergne à Charlesbourg; maître charpentier BÉDARD, Louis (I42960)
 
343 au rec.81, à Rivière-Ouelle, bou THIBOUTOT, Jacques (I42699)
 
344 AUDETTE, Shirley (née Pichette) - The family announces with sorrow, her death in Sudbury, Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at the age of 61 years. Daughter of the late Alexander and the late Winnifred (née Mayhew) Pichette. Wife of the late Gerry Audette. Beloved mother Kimberly Mallette (Ron) of Elliot Lake, Nicole Pelland (Eric) and Daniel Audette (Shirley Glynn) both of Chelmsford. Dear sister of Sharon St. Martin (Armand) of Chelmsford and Gary Pichette (Marie) of Benny. Predeceased by her sister Evelyn Jobidon (late Prosper) and her brother Alvin Pichette (late Marguerite). Cherished grandmother to Kristy Mallette, Kayla Mallette (Andy Sanderson) both of Elliot Lake, Jessica Pelland (Robert Lavallée), Justin Pelland both of Chelmsford, Lee Pelland (Ally Ebenau) of Sudbury, Ashley Audette (Robert Major) of Levack, Danielle Audette (Dan Rouleau) of Chelmsford, Nicholas Audette of Cambridge and great-grandmother of Eveni and Ayson. Lovingly remembered by her daughter-in- law Donna Audette. Sadly missed by many nieces, nephews, extended families and friends. The family will receive relatives and friends at the COOPERATIVE FUNERAL HOME, 4691, R R 15, CHELMSFORD, Saturday January 14, 2012 from 10:00- 11:00 a.m. A funeral service will follow at 11:00 a.m. in the Funeral Home Chapel. 1 PICHETTE, Shirley (I141747)
 
345 AUDREY GARCEAU

SPOKANE

No service will be held for Audrey Garceau, 87. Hazen and Jaeger Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

Mrs. Garceau, who died Wednesday, was born in Weston, Ore., and grew up in Yakima. She was a resident of Spokane for 53 years.

She worked many years for J.L. Cooper as a loan representative and later as a real estate agent for Hage and Company.

Survivors include her husband of 63 years, Al; and a son, Ken Garceau of Spokane.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Foundation. 
GARCEAU, Allen Everett (I28443)
 
346 Aug. 20, 1954 - May 30, 2006

Tommy Levie Ackley died at his home in Klamath Falls, Ore. Tuesday, May 30 at age 52.

Mr. Ackley was born Aug. 20, 1954 in Woodland to Cleon Ackley and Thelda (Kast) Rummel. He graduated from Quincy High School and attended Sacramento City College where he played semi-pro football. In 2000 he moved to Klamath Falls, owning and operating Altamont Grocery. He also was known for working with Dorris Towing as a tow truck operator.

Survivors include Mr. Ackley's children, Karissa, Douglas, Charlotte and Jolinda all of Atkins, Ark. and William of San Jose; numerous grandchildren; his parents, Thelda Rummel and her husband Donald of Oroville; his stepmother, Stella Ackley of Woodland; his sisters, Linda Satterburg and her husband Jeff of San Diego, Gale Holbrook and her husband Gene of Arkansas, Joan Keehn of Dallas, Carol Pellant of Woodland and Harleen Smith of Oregon; his brothers, Gene Difuntorum of Woodland and Dale Ackley and his wife Mary of Arkansas; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Cleon Ackley and his brothers, Donald Ackley, Gerald Ackley and Rudy Difuntorum.

Services: A viewing is scheduled from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 6 at New Testament Church, 108 W. Woodland Ave., Woodland. A reception will follow at 218 Cross St., Woodland. A graveside service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 7 at Monument Hill Memorial Park, 35036 County Road 22, Woodland. Linda and Jeff Satterburg will officiate. Eternal Hills Funeral Home of Klamath Falls, Ore. is assisting the family with arrangements. 
ACKLEY, Carol (I19068)
 
347 August 21, 1984.

MARTIN A. CLAYMAN, EXECUTOR (ESTATE OF JOSEPH PROCHASKA)
v.
CLAIRE G. PROCHASKA ET AL.

This is an action for a declaratory judgment determining the ownership of four bank accounts. The parties stipulated that the accounts were joint accounts with the right of survivorship, issued in the names of Joseph Prochaska and Claire G. Prochaska.

Claire Guerard and Joseph Prochaska were married on July 17, 1965. Their marriage was dissolved on July 19, 1977. The dissolution decree incorporated a prior separation agreement which provided that Claire Prochaska would hand over and transfer to Joseph Prochaska their joint savings accounts.

When the marriage was dissolved on July 19, 1977, the seven passbooks evidencing the joint savings accounts were handed over and transferred to Joseph Prochaska's attorney and shortly thereafter to Joseph Prochaska himself.

Between the time that the passbooks were transferred to Joseph Prochaska and the time of his death on April 21, 1979, he closed three of the accounts. The other four accounts*fn1 remained in the names of Joseph Prochaska and Claire G. Prochaska and in form were to be paid to any one or the survivor of them.

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After Joseph Prochaska died, his executor, the plaintiff here, demanded that Claire G. Prochaska, the defendant,*fn2 execute the documents necessary to transfer the four joint accounts to the decedent's estate. The defendant refused. The plaintiff brought this action for a declaratory judgment to determine the ownership of the four accounts. The trial court concluded that the decedent's maintenance of the accounts in question in joint names following the dissolution of his marriage was an intentional act on his part to bring about a postmortem gift of these accounts to the defendant, his former wife. Whereupon it rendered judgment declaring that the defendant is the absolute owner of the four bank accounts in question and entitled to all of the money in the accounts. The plaintiff appealed*fn3 from that judgment.

The main contention of the plaintiff on appeal is that the trial court erred in finding that his decedent's failure to remove his former wife from the accounts prior to his death constituted an intentional act by him to bring about a postmortem gift of the savings accounts to his former wife. Although this finding could perhaps have been more aptly put, we read it as no more than a finding that Joseph Prochaska intended to maintain the accounts so that they would pass on his death to the defendant under General Statutes 36-3.

Connecticut General Statutes 36-3, which authorizes joint deposits and accounts, provides, in relevant part, that the making of a deposit in this state in any

[2 Conn. App. 433]

state bank and trust company or national banking association or the issuance of an account in this state by any federal savings and loan association, in the names of two persons and in form to be paid to any one or the survivor of them, shall, in the absence of fraud or undue influence, or other clear and convincing evidence to the contrary, be prima facie evidence, in any action or proceeding respecting the ownership of such deposit or account, of the intention of all the named owners therein to vest title to such deposit or account in the survivor.*fn4 The plaintiff argues that this section does not apply in a case like this one where a dissolution of the marriage between the joint tenants occurred after the issuance of the accounts. The statute, it will be observed, does not establish conclusive evidence of intent. It simply provides prima facie evidence of the intention of the named owners to vest title to the deposit or account in the survivor, and further provides that the prima facie evidence can always be overcome by proof of fraud or undue influence or other clear and convincing evidence to the contrary; we may not add

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to the statutory requirements another requirement, namely, that the statute has no application in a case such as this where a dissolution of the marriage between the joint owners occurred after the making of the deposit or the issuance of the account.

The evidence presented at trial disclosed that Joseph Prochaska was sixty-nine years of age at the time of his retirement. He was a chemical engineer who had held several responsible positions at Heublein, Inc., in operations, research and development, and had served as a director of the corporation prior to his death.

After the dissolution of the marriage, the decedent showed ongoing concern for the financial well-being of his former wife. Without any obligation to do so, he gave the defendant $300 each month until he died. In 1977, he sent her as a gift at Christmas a check in the amount of $1000. He also volunteered to pay a portion of her 1977 income taxes, having returned to her a $2000 check which she had sent to him. Prochaska's concern was further demonstrated by the execution of a will, on the very day of the dissolution decree, in which he left his entire estate to the defendant.*fn5

Interest on the four savings accounts was paid quarterly. The interest checks, payable to both Joseph and Claire Prochaska, were sent to Claire Prochaska who, in turn, forwarded them to her former husband. As the trial court pertinently noted, the interest checks served as a quarterly reminder to Joseph Prochaska that the accounts were held jointly. When asked by Claire Prochaska if he intended to change over the accounts, Joseph Prochaska said, "[n]o, no, no."

[2 Conn. App. 435]



The issue of intent is a question of fact, and the trier's determination as to intent is not reviewable unless the conclusion drawn is one which cannot reasonably be made. Bergen v. Bergen, 177 Conn. 53, 57, 411 A.2d 22 (1979). As stated previously, after the dissolution of his marriage, Joseph Prochaska received the passbooks and had unlimited and unrestricted access to the funds in the joint accounts. He closed three of them, but did nothing to change the ownership of the four*fn6 in question.

The trial court found facts from which the conclusions are inevitable that neither fraud nor undue influence was present, and there was nothing whatsoever in the evidence which tended even remotely to constitute the clear and convincing proof needed to overcome the prima facie evidence of intent supplied by General Statutes 36-3. We are unable to change the facts as found. The facts unmistakably disclose that Joseph Prochaska made deposits in this state in a state bank and trust company and in a national banking association and an account was issued by a federal savings and loan association in the names of Joseph Prochaska and Claire G. Prochaska and in form to be paid to either or the survivor, that Joseph Prochaska died and that the defendant, Claire G. Prochaska, was the survivor. Thus, General Statutes 36-3 controls, and title to the accounts vested in the defendant upon Joseph Prochaska's death.

The plaintiff also argues that the defendant never complied with the separation agreement because she never extinguished her rights in the joint savings accounts. The separation agreement required the defendant to "hand over and transfer the joint savings accounts" to the husband. "The expressed intention of the parties to a contract is to be determined from

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the language used, interpreted in the light of the situation of the parties and the circumstances connected with the transaction." Buckley v. Buckley, 144 Conn. 403, 409, 133 A.2d 604 (1957). "The question is not what intention existed in the minds of the parties but what intention is expressed in the language used." Ives v. Willimantic, 121 Conn. 408, 411, 185 A. 427 (1936). "The words they employed must be accorded their common meaning and usage where they can be sensibly applied to the subject matter of the contract." Beach v. Beach, 141 Conn. 583, 588-89, 107 A.2d 629 (1954); Cocco v. Cocco, 166 Conn. 37, 347 A.2d 72 (1974). The fact that the defendant handed over and transferred the passbooks representing the joint savings accounts is unchallenged.

When the dissolution decree was entered, the passbooks were physically delivered to the decedent's attorney. They were subsequently delivered to the decedent who retained possession of them until his death. While in his possession, the passbooks furnished him with absolute authority to close the joint savings accounts and to transfer the funds to new accounts either bearing his name only, or in whatever form he might choose, thereby extinguishing any interest the defendant had in the joint savings accounts. He did none of these things. Under these circumstances, it could hardly be said that the defendant did not comply fully with the transfer provision requiring only that she "hand over and transfer the joint savings accounts" to the decedent.

Finally, the plaintiff contends that Claire Prochaska is equitably estopped from asserting ownership of the accounts. He appears to base this claim on the premise that Claire Prochaska induced Joseph Prochaska to enter into the separation agreement by implicitly representing that she would extinguish all of her rights to the joint savings accounts. According to the plaintiff, this implicit representation is memorialized in

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paragraphs five and six of the separation agreement. Any reliance on paragraph five, which deals with alimony and support, is obviously misplaced. Paragraph six relates to the mutual release of claims between the parties. That paragraph specifically limits the discharge to claims that either of the parties had against the other as of the date of the execution of the agreement.*fn7 The defendant's claim of ownership is not against her former husband or his estate and consequently is outside the purview of the separation agreement's release of claims provision.

"Estate" is defined as "the sum total of the property formerly owned by the decedent which, after his death, remains subject to administration and distribution." Locke and Kohn, Connecticut Probate Practice 375. As the trial court correctly stated: "Since title to the joint bank accounts passes to the surviving joint tenant at the instant of death, it is not property which remains to be distributed after the first joint tenant's death and is therefore not part of his estate." This finding fully disposes of the plaintiff's estoppel argument.

There is no error.

In this opinion the other judges concurred. 
PROCHASKA, Joseph (I122557)
 
348 August 6, 1906, page 4
Sudden End of Prominent Holyoke Business Man.

Leon Laporte, one of the well-known business men of Holyoke, was overcome by a hemorrhage at the corner of Dwight and Maple meets in that city yesterday morning, while on the way to his office on Hampden street, and died before a doctor could he brought to attend him. Mr. Laporte had been suffering from lung trouble for three or four years and it could be seen by his friends that he was failing slowly. Within the past year or two he had been subject to hemorrhages, which had left him in a weakened condition, but there was no thought that the danger was so imminent. He came to this city Saturday night and seemed in the best of spirits, and yesterday morning, while not feeling as well as he had sometimes, yet thought he would go to the office in his building on Hampden leaving his house a little before 8. His wife, when she tied his necktie far him yesterday morning, spoke to him, saying that he was losing flesh and getting, thinner, and he agreed, treating the matter in a pleasant manner. As he crossed Dwight street it was seen by a number on the street that he was acting as if ill, and at once the hemorrhage came. He supported himself by the mail box in front of the Porter drug store until assistance came, and he was taken into the store and seated and a physician summoned, but before a doctor could arrive he had died. Dr Hunt was the first to arrive sad he pronounced the man dead, and Medical Examiner Holyoke was notified, who gave permission for the man to be moved. Undertaker A. F. Gingras arriving shortly after and taking charge of the body, prior to Its being moved to his late home at 6 Essex street. His wife had been notified and was prostrated by the blow.

Mr. Laporte was born in the eastern part of Canada about 56 years ago, coming to Holyoke In 1865. where he started in business with his brother, M. J. Laporte. doing a general livery, express and furniture and piano- moving business. About 10, years later the brothers dissolved partnership and he opened up a place of his own, being on Front street for many years. A few Years ago he enlarged his business and took the building on Hampden street, where he had been located since. Starting in a small way, his business had increased from year to year until It had reached the present proportions. He took but little interest in politics and was not Identified with many of the secret societies, the only Society of which he was a member being the Red Men. He was one of the founders of the City co-operative bank and was one of Its directors for many years, he was married to Miss Elizabeth Pelland over 30 years ago and, besides her, he leaves one daughter, Mrs. Ernest Peltier, who is absent on a visit in Boston, and a son, Conrad, who was connected with his father in the business. He also leaves two brothers, M. J. Laporte and L. J. Laporte of Holyoke, and two sisters, Mrs. M. O. Parenteau of Springfield and Mrs. Jules Desrochers of Holyoke. The funeral arrangements will be announced later.

– Adapted from The Springfield Republican. 
LAPORTE, Léon Joseph (I18904)
 
349 August 8
Richard E. Dufresne
BENNINGTON – Richard E. "Rick" Dufresne, 44, died Aug. 8, 2000, at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center.
He was born in Bennington on May 27, 1956, son of the late Winfred and Marion (Knights) Dufresne.
He was educated in Bennington schools.
Mr. Dufresne married Deborah Weeks on Aug. 11, 1984, in Bennington.
He worked for various construction firms and at Southern Vermont Orchards. His also worked for the town of Bennington.
Mr. Dufresne was a former member of the Bennington Fire Department. He was active in sports with both the Bennington Little League and MAYAA football.
An avid outdoorsman, his hobbies included hunting and fishing.
Survivors include his wife, Deborah Dufresne of Bennington; a son, Jeremiah E. Dufresne of Bennington; five sisters, Theresa Mattison of Burlington, Deborah L. Dufresne of Pownal, Patricia Luczinski of North Adams, Mass., and Rose Marie Gabert of Bennington; six brothers, Winfred Dufresne Jr., Stephen Dufresne, Robert Dufresne, Timothy Dufresne, Christopher Dufresne and Armond Dufresne, all of Bennington; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Mr. Dufresne was predeceased by a sister, Sherri Ann Dufresne, who died in 1966.
The funeral will be held at the Mahar & Son Funeral Home on Friday at 11:30 a.m. with Deacon Penny Hawkins of St. Peters Episcopal Church officiating. Burial will be held in the Woodford Cemetery.
Friends my call at the Mahar & Son Funeral Home tonight from 6 to 8 p.m.
Memorial contributions may be made to Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program or the Vermont Chapter of the American Heart Association through the Mahar & Son Funeral Home, 628 Main St., Bennington, 05201.
Members of the Bennington Fire Department are asked to meet at the funeral home Thursday at 6:45 p.m. to conduct memorial services. 
DUFRESNE, Richard Edward (I105665)
 
350 auneur de draps ?ecrus (24-08-1454), ma?itre d'Abbeville (1472, 1474), ?echevin d'Abbeville (1474-1475)/inspector of unbleached cloth (24-08-1454), master of Abbeville (1472, 1474), alderman of Abbeville (1474-1475) TILLETTE, Honor (I251980)
 

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