Due to the current restrictions, a Private Family Celebration of Wendy’s Life will be held at a later date.
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Wendy Laviolette Jubainville of Wendover, Ontario. Wendy passed away on Thursday, May 27, 2021, at the age of 63. Dear daughter of Rita Irene Dowdell and the late Joseph Aurèle Laviolette. Loving mother of Julie Jubainville (Godfrey Roovers), Justin Jubainville and Amanda Prophet (Jamie Pieroway). Cherished Nana of Evan, Cadence, Brody and Mackenzie. Sister of Jeannine, Leonard, Tracy, Robbie and Randy Laviolette. Also survived by her children’s father Daniel Jubainville, many brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews and friends. Predeceased by one brother, Earl and one sister, Suzanne.
Due to the current circumstances, a Private Family Celebration of Wendy’s Life will be held at a later date.
For those who wish, please consider donations in memory of Wendy to a charity that support alcohol and mental health recovery.
Funeral arrangements entrusted to Lamarre & Son Funeral Home, 453 St. Philippe Street, Alfred, Ontario, (613) 679-2802.
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My deepest deepest condolences to Mom family children n grandchildren.
I’m so saddened by this unexpected news of seeing of the passing of my dearest friend Wendy.
I hold the best memories of her sweet smile n laugh. I hear her singing from her best group The B.G.’s. Wendy was so kind though I hadn’t seen her in many years we did speak periodically n sometimes music or card game or certain event would bring me back. We had become very close friend n I would go to mom’s Rita n We would stay up all night.
We laughed n cried together n hugged. I miss her my sweet Wendy. My deepest condolences to You Mom (Rita) n her family. To her sweet children n grand children hold tight be courageous. though we can walk through the valley of the shadow of death the Lord is with you all, with His rod n staff He will guide you. Keep your eyes on Him!! Losing a mom is not easy God will guide your path n be a light to your feet.
I remember Wendy as she was a beautiful big sister to my childhood friend, Tracy. Wendy had a heart of gold. She loved her family, children and children’s children beyond words-they were her greatest achievements in life. She welcomed everyone with open arms.
May the memories you hold close to your hearts, bring you comfort in this sad time.
Rest In Peace Wendy….you will be missed.
With heartful sympathies,
Sue and Robert Gibson and family
Julie, Justin & Amanda Such heartbreaking news.. Losing a mother is not easy but Be reassured that her suffering has now ended and she will be watching over you and protecting you all. My deepest sympathies to you all and family. Good Bye Aunt Wendy & rest in peace. Lots of beautiful memories come to my head when I think of you. ❤️
My thoughts and prayers go out to Wendy’s children and grandchildren. I loved my sister Wendy and it is with a heavy heart I say good-bye, till we meet again! Nin <3
Our deepest sympathies the family. You are in our thoughts. Lots of love
I’m so sorry for your lost we all loved her my friend and sister I will miss you so much but I know you will be watching your grandbabies and children for ever lots of love