Chénier, Gérard Yvon – (1939-2020)

It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Gérard Yvon Chénier at the age of 80 yrs, on Monday March 23,2020, at Health Sciences North. Beloved father of Jean-Claude, Corinne and Ginette. Cherished grandfather of Réjean and Josée Vaillancourt (Jacob), Véronique and Claudia Chénier. Sadly, missed by the 4 card playing musketeers Mina Mankarios, Gerry Felice, Gabe Duval and John Richer, your angel will wait for you to play cards again.   As per Gérard wishes there will be no visitation or service. 

*An Angel has left us*

*The 4 musketeers playing cards again soon*


6 Condolences

  1. RIP Dear friend, I just found out about this just now and want to tell you all how sorry I am to hear of his passing. Gerry and my grandfather Martin Shaffer were fishing buddies as my grandfather had a cabin a couple doors down. Gerry would always watch out for it and whenever he went up to visit always came by. I am very saddened by this news but know he is in a better place. Karen

    By: Karen
    January 26, 2021
  2. Greatest memories I hold where our camping days growing up. You sure liked to fish. Our calls every Thursday night. Thank you for sending my message to Andre an you finally get to see your brother again. Hope you meet an angel to play cards with cause I know at the end this is what you missed so much. Take care daddey. Xxoo

    By: Ginette
    March 26, 2020
  3. Fly free Gerry!

    By: Gabrielle
    March 25, 2020
  4. Famille Chénier,

    Mes sincères sympathies à toute la famille. Je garde de beaux et bons souvenirs de mon oncle Gérard. Gardez courage, et malgré votre perte, que la paix soit dans votre coeur.


    By: Josée Martel
    March 25, 2020
  5. Sorry to hear that your dad, my uncle, passed away. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.

    By: Jacquie Chenier
    March 25, 2020
  6. You can Rest In Peace . No more suffering Memories of time spent together for numerous years with family n kids camping at Shining tree n trips to Quebec. Being with family n kids growing up was lots of fun. You enjoyed camping fishing especially. Kids will always have that memory.
    You were a good provider. Never missed work at INCO now Vale Melion.
    A great music lover, especially country being listened to at camp fires , toasting marshmallows,
    Cooking our fish. Especially our favourites walleye. You are now with your loved ones
    God Bless you are surrounded by angels n guides maters of Love n Light. Enjoy your journey
    Until we meet again .remember when we talked about You coming to pull my toe or me yours
    Of whoever passed Au- Dela. First. If it happens I will know it’s you looking after me.
    Or see you in my dreams. Adieu mon ami Pere granpere luvyah

    By: Claudette Leclair Chenier
    March 25, 2020

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