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Monday, October 23, 2006

Remembering Victor Cousineau, my grandfather 

January 5,1921 -October 21, 2006

Vic, a smiling presence in the lives of all who knew him, passed away peacefully at St. Michael's Hospice in Burnaby.

He is survived by his son Denis (Vivian) and daughter Gisele. Grandchildren Ryan (Rebecca), John, Michael (Marjie) and great-granddaughter Olivia. Adopted grand-daughter Tammy (Jeff) Chesman, & her children, Molly & Sean. Older brother Cler (Pearl) and adoring sisters Irene Crook and Lillian Jackson, and many nieces and nephews.

Vic was predeceased by his wife Marie (1976) and son Gerry (1968) and 10 of his brothers and sisters.

Vic was born, raised, and worked in Vancouver, he spent 35 years as a postman. In his retirement he was an avid dancer at Century House and Bonsor Rec Center.

Vic lived life to the end and will be dearly missed by all who knew him.

A memorial service will be held at Burquitlam Funeral Home 625 North Road on Saturday Oct. 28th at 2:00pm.

In lieu of flowers a donation to St. Michael's Hospice Center or Canadian Cancer Society, would be appreciated in Vic's memory.

I'm sorry to hear about your loss, Ryan. Sounds like a great man. I lost my grandfather nearly three years ago, and it sounds like these guys might have gotten along pretty well.
My condolences, Ryan.

He seems like such a nice guy.
My condolences as well, Ryan. He sounds like a wonderful, well-loved man.
is this the same vic that is related to the cousineau's.
If you mean the large, Vancouver-based Cousineaus, yes, it's that Vic.
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