With the holiday weekend now upon us, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your support in 2017. Data entry, translation, emails of support and financial help: I am so grateful for your collaboration.
I would also like to wish you, your families and your beloved ones my best wishes for the holiday season. May you be blessed with health, joy, peace and love.
I look forward to hearing from you again in 2018.
Here are wishies from our members :
This text is still relevant even if it dates from 1988
I knew my father, Émile, what he was doing, his way of thinking. I heard , a little, of someone named Arthur, but I never knew much about him…
I even saw him when I was just a kid. I heard nothing about Onésime, Pierre or Paul…What were they doing? What was their way of thinking? A big mystery and no one to ask those questions to.
Father Denis Paquin , franciscan, was born at St-Léon de Maskinongé on October 7, 1923. His parents were Xavier Paquin and Anysie Francoeur.
He made his classical studies at the Trois-Rivières St-Antoine seminary (1938-1943, his philosophical studies at the Québec franciscan philosophy studium (1944-1948) and his theological studies at the Franciscan seminary of theology of Montréal (1948-1952).
December 29, 1966 - May 23, 2017
It is with profound sadness that we announce the untimely passing of Antoine Paquin. Son of his loving mother Josette Perreault and the late Raymond Paquin, brother Patrice Paquin (Maryse Laflamme), nephew Alexis Paquin and niece Florence Paquin. Survived by his devoted wife Kerry Pfahl and cherished sons Laurent, Nicholas and Adrien, in-laws Kathryn and Edmund Pfahl, and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Who is Marius Paquin whom we knew as the treasurer for the Paquin Family Association when the association was created in the 80’s?