OBITUARY

Michael Charles Cormier

22 June, 19712 April, 2021

Michael Charles Cormier age 49 of New Edinburgh passed away suddenly on April 2, 2021. Born in Yarmouth he was the son of Dianne and Jean-Pierre Cormier.

Mike worked at Lewis Moulding for just shy of 20 years. He loved the Montreal Canadians, followed baseball, and helped with Weymouth minor ball. He served 23 great years as a volunteer firefighter, loved hunting. fishing and spending time with his beautiful blended family. Mike is survived by daughters, Cassidy Cormier, Hope Mullen, Amber Cormier; son, Dylan Cormier; brother, Gerald Cormier; grandchildren, Emmet, Scarlett-Rose, Jack, Hudson and Braylin. Nephews, Andre, Stephan and Marcus. Mike is also survived by best friends Earl Long, Chris McCleave and brother-in- law Mathew Mullen. He was predeceased by his wife Tracy Cormier and god-daughter Nicole Long.

Visitation will be Friday April 9, from 2-4 pm and 6-8 pm from Jayne’s Funeral Home, Digby. Funeral service will be 10am, May 1, from Havelock Wesleyan Church with Pastor Shawn Craven officiating. Donations in Mike’s memory can be made to the Weymouth Fire Department. Share a memory or leave a condolence at www.jaynesfuneralhome.com

Services

1 May

Funeral Service

10:00 am

Havelock Wesleyan Church


PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Afternoon Visitation

    Friday, 9 April , 2021

  • Evening Visitation

    Friday, 9 April , 2021

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Michel Raymond

10 April 2021

Our sincere condolences go out to Michael’s family in this very sad time.

Louis Theriault

10 April 2021

Our deepest sympathy to all the family Gone way to soon.

Gary and Carol Landry

9 April 2021

Our deepest condolences to the family! He will be deeply missed by many friends and family. May he rest in peace! 💔😥🙏⚓️

JOSEPH G (JOE) JARVIS

8 April 2021

I take the time to extend my deepest condolences to the Cormier & Mullen families on the tragic loss of Mike.I am most willing to offer one or more young softwood sapling-either spruce,pine,fir or hackmatack for planting in Mike's memory.Have lots on my property in the Old Yarmouth Road I need to dispose of and would be willing to share them free of charge.

Ann Lewis

8 April 2021

Amber, Cassidy, Dylan and Hope,
Hantford and I were shocked to hear of Mike's passing. This is such a tragic loss for your family and he will be missed by many people. Keep your memories of both he and Tracey alive by talking about them and telling stories - I'm sure there are lots. Remember they are always with you in your hearts.

Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Ann and Hantford

Holly LeBlanc

8 April 2021

Thinking of Mike's family and friends during this difficult time

Lynda hansen

8 April 2021

My deepest sympathies to Amber and her family..... my heart hurts for you all in this great loss. Thinking of you with Love,Respect and Tears~~~

Lenore Jones-Sweeney

7 April 2021

I would like to express my condolences to all of mike's loved ones. Losing someone in such a tragic way is heartbreaking and difficult to understand. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers and may he rest safe in the arms of love

Maxine molton

7 April 2021

I grew up with Mike in New Edingburgh also and spent a lot of time together with my sisters and friends playing outside and around the neighborhood. We went to school ,together in St, Bernard. I will always remember the way he was always around to help people and the way he made me laugh. We were able to keep in touch and Lester and I spent a lot of time with Tracy , Mike him and the children.
We will miss seeing him at the firehall and around the community. Rest in peace Mike

Yvon Robichaud

7 April 2021

Dear Family,
Our deepest sympathies on the sudden passing of Mike. I worked with Mike at Doucet Fisheries; he was dependable and likeable. After Doucet Fisheries I didn’t see him often, but when I did, we always had a good chat. Mike will be deeply missed by all who knew him. Thinking of you all with heartfelt condolences.

Sincerely,
Yvon and Ann Robichaud