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3rd february 1929 - 24th january 2021

Gérard Tremblay

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Gérard Tremblay 1929-2021

At Saint-Jérôme hospital, on January 24, 2021, passed away at the age of 91, Mr. Gérard Tremblay, husband of Jacqueline Bourdeau.

Besides his wife, he will be sadly missed by his children Linda (Jacques Giguère) and Michel (Huguette Langlois), his grandchildren Louis Giguère (Karine Prud'homme), Catherine Giguère (Jean-François Huot) and Magalie Tremblay (Jean- Philippe Morin), his great-grandchildren Justin, Mathis and Flavie Giguère, Philippe and Étienne Huot and Alexis Morin, his sister-in-law Denise Bourdeau (late Michel Légaré), his brother-in-law Maurice Bourdeau (Rita Poulin), his nephews and nieces as well as many other relatives and friends.

Due to current circumstances, a funeral ceremony will be held at a later date.

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