« He was united in marriage to Linda Susan Day on July 25, 1970 in Glendora, California moving to International Falls, Minnesota in February 1972 to operate for 5 years and then later own Genuine Auto Parts (NAPA) for 15 years. He and his family relocated to the Warroad area in 1992 where he was employed with Marvin Windows until his illness in 2003. Taking advantage of Marvin Windows's educational opportunities he graduated in May 2004. He made many lifelong friends while working at Marvin Windows and attending school in Warroad.
He was an avid sportsman until his illness, following his children in hockey, football and enjoyed hunting, fishing and golf. He will always be remembered for his quick wit, a new joke, remembering names and faces, and unconditional love for his family. He will be greatly missed by his devoted family and friends...»
Marie Lavigne est décédée le 7 juillet 2014 à Amos, QC.
Elle était l'épouse de M. Louis Dionne et la mère de 3 enfants.
Fille de M. André Lavigne et de Mme Suzanne Baril.
Arrière petite-fille de M. Arthur Lavigne, célèbre violoniste et éditeur de musique de Québec, qui joua un rôle déterminant dans la composition (1880) du chant national « Ô Canada », dont il porta le manuscrit au lieutenant-gouverneur Théodore Robitaille et publia l'édition originale.
«Mr. Lee J. Tessier, age 61 of Columbia, passed away on July 4, 2014 at his residence.
Lee was born October 31, 1952 in Massena, NY and was the son of Pierre
Tessier and Evelyn Noreau Tessier. He served his country in the United
States Army as a helicopter crew chief in Vietnam. Following his service
overseas, he continued serving as a VA Representative in New York
He held a lifetime membership as a Harley Davidson “H.O.G.” and loved
muscle cars and attending car shows. Lee enjoyed singing karaoke and had
been a member of several country rock bands. He enjoyed travelling and
camping, especially gem and gold mining in North Carolina and Georgia.
However he had a special passion for being a husband, father and
Lee is survived by his wife: Lynn Tessier of Columbia; a son: Shane
Tessier of Norfolk, NY; a daughter: Janel (D.J.) Colbert of Norwood...» Source Photo Infos http://www.tnfunerals.com/sitemaker/sites/HERITA9/obit.cgi?user=1352548Tessier