Paul Joseph Doucette  October 03 1929  October 20 2019 avis de deces  NecroCanada

Paul Joseph Doucette October 03 1929 October 20 2019

Paul Joseph Doucette
October 03, 1929 – October 20, 2019

Paul Joseph Doucette, age 90, passed away peacefully on October 20th in The Hospice, Halifax. Born October 3, 1929, in Quinan, N. S., he was the son of the late Adolph & Regina (Doucette). He was predeceased by his loving wife, Mary (Prest). While living in Quinan, he worked alongside his father as a woodsman. Paul was a truck driver and worked at various construction jobs. He was an avid quilter and was very proud of his accomplishments. He is survived by sister Dorothy
Conrod (Garnet) Head of Chezzetcook; brother Henry, Yarmouth; brother Basil (Judy) Halifax; sister Zoe, Newfoundland; sister Adeline (Joseph) Quinan; brother Jules, Yarmouth; brother Camille (Rita) Belleville; sister Cora (Henry) Alberta and sister Lucy, Chester. He was predeceased by sister Louise and brother Albert and brother-in-law Garnet Conrod. Cremation has taken place and interment will be in St. Agnes Cemetery in Quinan at a later date. There will be no service or visitation by request.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Paul Joseph Doucette October 03 1929 October 20 2019..

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