Lucille A. Bilodeau


BILODEAU, Lucille A.
Jan. 22, 1932 – Aug. 24, 2015

On Monday, August 24, 2015, Lucille Bilodeau passed away peacefully at the age of 83 years. Left to cherish her memory are her six children and their spouses: Robert (Sylvia) Bilodeau, Jacqueline Fabbro, Henri (Gail) Bilodeau, Gloria (Roger) Lavigne, Paul (Kim) Bilodeau, and Valerie (Roland) Charest; 23 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and 1 great-great-grandchild; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.

Lucille was predeceased by her loving husband Raymond Bilodeau, her grandson Denis Lavigne, four brothers, and five sisters.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Vital Catholic Church, 4905-50 Street, Beaumont, on Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow at St. Vital Cemetery.

Memorial donations can be made directly to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 10985 124 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5M 0H9.

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Mary Hanson

On behalf of our whole family and especailly our dad, Joe Volbert; I am sending our collected and heartfelt condolences to you all on your loss of mom and grandma to 3 generations of children – what a legacy of love and family values she nurished!

We will remember Lucille as that one special and dear friend dad could care about when much of the rest of his world didn’t make sense any more. In her gentle and quiet way she kept him grounded and gave him something to look forward to each morning.

I remember the days when dad watched out for her and would smile when he caught sight of her – and she would smile back. They were a lovely couple and we all felt that our own mom was smiling down on them, glad that our dad’s life had quality, purpose and meaning, all thanks to Lucille. I also remember the times that they were at the table together and Lucille didn’t want to eat, but would have a few bites when dad asked her to. She certainly loved her salads.

There is one particular memory that I’ll treasure of your mom: she, dad and I were visiting before lunch one day, and I was sharing with the staff how dad knew Lucille from many years ago. (When dad told me that Lucille was sitting at his table, I thought he was mistaken – what were the chances that they would find themselves next to each other so many years later?) The staff were teasing them both about the “good old days” and it was the first time of the few times I heard Lucille laugh out loud. Her eyes were dancing and she just looked at dad and laughed at what-ever they were teasing her about.

While none of us could attend Lucille’s funeral yesterday, we had you all in our thoughts and in our hearts. We wish you peace and consolation during these days, and pray God’s grace and blessings bring you all comfort as you move forward. Know that we will be forever grateful for the chance to get to know Lucille and enjoy her sweet and thoughtful heart.

May peace be yours,
Mary (Hanson) and
Anne (McClintock), Gerard Volbert

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