Barbeau, Jane

Sweet Dreams Jane…

It is with very heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of Jane Barbeau on November 7,2022 at Health Sciences North surrounded by her loving family. Jane is pre-deceased by her husband Phil Barbeau (2000) who was the love of her life for 36 years. Our family would like to sincerely thank the doctors and nurses at Health Sciences North’s CATH Lab and ICU for their incredible care, compassion, and kindness that Jane received during her brief stay.

Jane is survived by her 5 Children, 13 Grandchildren and 9 Great-Grandchildren: Daughter Monique Barbeau, Son Guy Barbeau, Grandchildren Carissa (Jimmy) with Great-Grandchildren Danika, Mallery and Ryleigh, Ashley (Marc) and Trevor (Amanda) with Great-Grandchild Fin. Son Jacques Barbeau (Pam), Grandchildren, Ryan (Jill) with great-Grandchild Ruby, Steve with Great-Grandchild Eva, Dave, Kordell (Shannon) with Great-Grandchildren Leo and Lily, Jen (Chris) with Grandchild Jacob. Son Moe Barbeau (Laura Lee), Grandchildren Trent (Predeceased), Bailey (Brandon) and Randi. Son Richard Barbeau (Christine), Grandchildren Matt (Jill) and Cayley (Jake).

Jane was known in her beloved Walden Community for being a “Super Fan” and could always be found in the stands or behind a backstop cheering. She never missed a game or event (Rain or Shine) of her kids, grandkids, or little ones she loved. Jane was a great knitter who also loved to bowl, play shuffleboard, was a member of Stitch N’ Bitch and could never get enough of Steve Harvey on Family Feud. To say she loved cheezies would be an understatement, she though cheezies were part of every food group. We smile as we reflect on her recent 80th birthday celebration just 9 days prior to her passing. And it was a party!! So much love in the room as Jane was surrounded by family and friends and in Barbeau style the guitars came out, the sing along ensues as it turned into a memorable shaker. Jane will always be remembered for her feisty personality, zest for life, positive outlook and unconditional love who leaves an incredible void in all our hearts!

Her Celebration of Life will be held this Sunday November 13th,2022from 1-4pm at Alley Katz in Lively (Walden Plaza). Guitars, tambourines, and kazoos welcome!


7 Condolences

  1. What a freat lady Jane was! I hadn’t seen her for several years but always thought I’d have an opportunity to chat with her again. My warmest condolences to all the Barbeau’s for your loss.

    By: Geoff Jeffery
    November 12, 2022
  2. Our condolences to the Barbeau Family. I have many great memories and was always made to feel part of the family. Mrs. Barbeau (Jane) will be missed.

    Ryan and Jennifer Hughes

    By: Ryan and Jennifer Hughes
    November 12, 2022
  3. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.
    Our thoughts are with you.

    By: Ginette and Ron Smith
    November 11, 2022
  4. She was an incredible person, full of life, love and vitality. She was so well loved. Our thoughts are with the family. Sending sincere condolences. Lise and John Mackevicius

    By: Lise and John
    November 10, 2022
  5. So very sorry to hear of Jane’s passing, she was a beautiful soul.

    By: Shelley Tait
    November 10, 2022
  6. I was heartbroken to hear of Aunt Jane’s sudden passing. I am very sad for the family. My memories of her at every family party since childhood were of her smiling and laughing – what a warm and lovely lady she was! My very deepest condolences to my cousins and their extended family. I have lit a candle in her honour. Xo

    By: Susan Sandul
    November 10, 2022
  7. Our deepest sympathies to the entire Barbeau family. So sorry for your loss of such a great lady and friend.

    By: Keith & Christina Punkari
    November 10, 2022

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