21 avril 2017


Jennifer Jane Tessier, 54, of Donalds, wife of Dale Charles TESSIER, died Thursday, April 13, 2017 at her residence. She was born in Richford, VT to the late Norbert and Katherine Wing Bergeron.

Jennifer, co-owner of Tessier Dairy Farm for the past 26 years, was affectionately known as "Moo-ma" by her beloved grandchildren. She lived life to the fullest and most enjoyed spending time with her family, riding horses and being outside on her beautiful farm. Jennifer was a parishioner of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Abbeville.

Jennifer is survived by her husband of 35 years of the home; their children, Matthew Paul Tessier, Jaime Jane Tessier, Shannon Marie Tessier and her husband, Chris Miller, Katie Jo Tessier, Kailey Leah Tessier and her fiance Mac Anderson and Abigail Juliette Tessier, all of Donalds...
source http://www.harrisfuneral.com

19 avril 2017


Michel Tessier, de L’Orignal, Ontario., est décédé le lundi 17 avril 2017, à l’âge de 62 ans. Il était l’époux  de Madeleine Cadieux;  fils de Léo Tessier et de Denise Beauvais.
source http://www.lamarrefuneralhome.ca

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18 avril 2017


Died peacefully Sunday, April 9, 2017 at the age of 76. 
She will be missed by her daughter Angela Tessier.

15 avril 2017


Fille des défunts Edgard Tessier et Éva Thériault,
Nicole Tessier, âgée de 73 ans, est décédée le 14 avri 2017, à Joliette.
source F. Thériault Inc.


14 avril 2017


À Châteauguay, le 9 avril 2017, à l’âge de 61 ans, est décédée Mme Lise Tessier.
source http://www.alexandrenicole.com


10 avril 2017


An active and vibrant member of the community, Jean T. (Thurston) TACY, 93, formerly of Keene, peacefully drew her last breath on Friday evening, Feb. 17, 2017, at her home in Amherst, surrounded in love by her family.

She came into this world on Nov. 17, 1923, in Keene, the daughter of Clinton F. and Bessie (Bailey) Thurston. She grew up in Winchester and was a 1941 graduate of Keene High School.

Following high school, she joined the Cadet Nurse Corps and helped others during World War II, a time when very few ladies were allowed to participate in the war efforts.

With a thirst for knowledge and a quest to help others, Jean began her educational adventure by graduating in 1945 from the Nashua Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. She later graduated Cum Laude from Keene State College and was a 1981 graduate of Antioch College where she received her Master's Degree in Psychological Counseling.

With all of this knowledge gained, Jean was successful in creating, and teaching, a psychiatric nursing course at the former Elliot Community Hospital School of Nursing. She also served during the 1950s as head nurse at the former Elliot Community Hospital in Keene. From 1963 to 1966, Jean worked in the operating room and was a recovery room nurse and supervisor at the Childs Hospital in Albany, N.Y. Then, from 1967 until 1969, she worked as the school nurse and teacher, in Voorheesville, N.Y.

Jean returned to Keene in 1970 and taught at the Cheshire Hospital School of Nursing, retiring in 1985. Not enjoying the simple life of retirement, she returned to work as a counselor at the Good News Christian Counseling Center in Keene.

As if her work responsibilities as a care giver and teacher didn't keep Jean busy enough, she was also very active within the communities she resided within. She was a member of many professional organizations, including the National League of Nursing, American Nurses Association, NH Nurses Association, American Counseling Association, NH Mental Health Association, Elliott Community Hospital School of Nursing Alumni, past president and member of the Cheshire County Hospice Board of Directors, an active member of the United Church of Christ in Keene, was named Woman of the Year by the KBPW Club in 1985, served on the Keene State College Alumni Board of Directors, was a member of the Keene Senior Citizens Center, the Homestead Garden Club, UCC Women's Fellowship, the American Association of University Women, Keene Emblem Club, Friends of the Thorne Art Gallery, Cheshire County Historical Society, and the National, State, Regional and Local Button Clubs.
source http://www.legacy.com

9 avril 2017

Mary Josephine TESSIER

Peacefully at Marianhill on Monday, March 13th, 2017 in her 91st year. Mary Josephine Tessier of Pembroke, beloved daughter of the late Charles William Tessier and Amanda Josephine  Marleau. Loving twin sister of the late Jeannette Isabel Tessier. 
source http://yourlifemoments.ca

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8 avril 2017


Stephen M. Tessier, age 55, of Falmouth, died peacefully at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston on April 6, 2017, following a brief battle with pancreatic cancer, with his wife Cheryl singing softly at his side.
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4 avril 2017


Yvette Marie TESSIER) - Died peacefully at the St. Catharines General Hospital on March 30, 2017 at the age of 93.

Yvette was the loving and devoted wife of Edward (Ted) McKenna.
Yvette was a lifelong resident of St. Catharines. She attended St. Catharines Collegiate and was employed in the Catalogue Dept. of Sears where she retired in 1990. She was a member of St. Mary of the Assumption Church and belonged to several organizations, among them Post Polio Niagara Chapter, West St. Catharines Seniors and St. Mary’s C.W.L. Her sense of humour and cheerful smile will be missed by her many friends.
source NiagaraObituaries.com
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29 mars 2017


Charles Yves Tessier, 70, passed away peacefully, Saturday, March 25th, 2017 at the Maison McCulloch Hospice Sudbury(ON) after battling cancer for nine years. Beloved son of the late Jean- Baptiste Tessier and the late Therese Charbonneau. Loving husband of 48 years to Liliane Tessier (Laurin).

Charles was a member of U.A. Local Union 800. He worked in different fields throughout his working career as a journeyman and supervisor in Alberta and Ontario. He enjoyed his leisure time fishing, hunting and spending time at his home for 16 years on the French River. He will always be remembered as the joker and storyteller right up to the end of his life. He will be missed by many friends and family.

source www.als.ca