Angus Cottreau  19442019 avis de deces  NecroCanada

Angus Cottreau 19442019

It is with heavy hearts
we announce the passing of Angus Cottreau due to him losing his battle
with cancer. He breathed his last breath in the Fredericton Hospice
House on July 2, 2019. Angus was born on March 25, 1944 in Yarmouth,
N.S. and was the son of the late Leslie and Francis
Along with his siblings,
nieces, and nephews, Angus will be remembered by his loving wife of 49
years, Gloria; his two daughters and son-in-law, Laurie Belgrave,
Lesley Bolster, and Brent Bolster, and also by his grandchild Peyton
Belgrave and furry and four-legged grandchildren, Charli and
Angus’ most
cherished part of his career was managing the K-Mart on Smythe Street
in Fredericton, N.B. He was known by many customers and employees due
to his fair and loyal leadership. Angus touched the lives of many by
inspiring them to pursue strong work ethic and perseverance. After
retiring from management, he took his talents elsewhere and worked for
Hallmark. This was another fond memory of Angus’ because he
was working alongside his wonderful wife. He was a family man and a
great woodworker, and he will live on in our
To honour
Angus’ life a small mass will take place at the Holy Family
Parish for family and close friends on Monday, July 8 at
The family would like to
thank all of the medical staff that allowed us to have more time with
him and especially the staff that made his serene transition to
eternal peace. We ask that all donations be made to the Fredericton
Hospice House

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Angus Cottreau 19442019..

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Death notice for the town of: Fredericton, Province: Nouveau-Brunswick

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  1. I worked for Angus at Kmart in Fredericton in the early eighties. A nicer man or boss I have never had. That is why I have never forgotten him.Wicked sense of humour as well. I was only at his store for about 6 months. Wish it had of been longer. RIP Mr. Cottreau.

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