Hyacinthe Duguay 2003
- Date of Death: July 12, 2003
- Location: Bathurst
Bathurst - Hyacinthe Duguay, 88, of the Villa Chaleur, Bathurst, and formerly of Allardville, died Saturday at the Chaleur Regional Hospital, Bathurst, after a brief illness.
Born in Petit Lameque, he was the son of the late Hyacithe and Pelaggie (Noel) Duguay.
He served in World War II, with the Royal Canadian Army in Canada and overseas. He was a member of the Herman J. Good, V.C. Br. 18, Royal Canadian Legion, Bathurst.
He worked for the Province of New Brunswick, manning Fire Towers in the area.
He was the last surviving member of his immediate family.
Besides his wife, the former Florida Savoie, he is survived by:
Ludovic Duguay of BC
Everette Duguay (Irène Plourde),
André Duguay (Jeanne Mance),
Osillas Duguay (Raymonde) and
Hermel Duguay, all of Allardville
Alma Rose Duguay Basque (Jean Francois) of Allardville
17 Grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
2 God Children, Claudine Guignard and Ronald McLaughlin
He was pre-deceased by a son, Ronald Théo and 2 daughters, Adrienne and Jeanne D'Arc.
The body is resting at Elhatton's Funeral Home, Bathurst. Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday afternoon (July 16, 2003) at 4:00 p.m. from Christ the King Church (Eglise Christ-Roi), Allardville. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. A Legion service will be held on Tuesday evening at the Funeral Home.