Frank James Comeau
25 June , 1950 – 3 January , 2019
Frankie James Comeau passed away peacefully on January 3, 2019 at the age of 68, after a courageous battle with cancer.
He was the beloved son of Marjorie Edna Comeau (Harris) and the late Frank Joseph Comeau. Frankie was a loving father to Desmond, Cynthia, Kimberly, Timothy (Abby, daughter-in-law), Heidi and Corey and an adored “Grampie” or “Buckey” to Alexander, Josephine, Kaya and Lena. He also cherished his five siblings: John, Alfred, Janie, Anna and Muriel.
Born on June 25, 1950 in Halifax Nova Scotia, Frank was a lifelong resident of the city and a retired iron worker at the Halifax Shipyards, after a career spanning more than 47 years. Frank owned a camp in Bear River where he loved to spend his free time. He enjoyed hunting and picking the berries that grew in abundance around the property. Frank will be remembered by all as a proud man of strong character, with an abundance of spirit and always generous with his affection. He was deeply loved and will always be missed.
A celebration of life service will be held at 1pm on January 10, 2019 at J.A. Snow Funeral Home, 339 Lacewood Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
- Funeral Service Thursday, 10 January , 2019
- Reception Thursday, 10 January , 2019
Frank James Comeau
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9 January 2019
I have way too many memories of my friend and co-worker Frank to list. But we shared a lot of laughs and time together at The Halifax Shipyard. My sincere condolences and sympathy to Cynthia and Tim and the rest of the family. Frank will be missed.
7 January 2019
My condolences Cynthia to you and all the family. I am thinking of you and am very sorry for your loss.
6 January 2019
The Comeau Family
My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very difficult time . Treasure the memories and remember he is not gone but just away, free from pain and suffering.
May he rest in Peace.
6 January 2019
With deepest sympathy on the loss of Frank. We worked for many years together at the shipyard and I was sorry to hear of his passing.
5 January 2019
Oh Bucky I met you ten years ago through your son Timothy who thought so highly of you , we loved with him a few times but most of our memories consist sitting and talking about story’s of the good old days and of course future ideas and plans he had. Frankie always loved a listening ear , tiim and I always enjoyed to do so. He spoke most about his beloved hideway in bear river and how important it was to him to keep the trees, blueberries , animals and keeping all the city folk out worryed he would loose his paradise of peace . I personally spent the last four of my birthdays in bear river with him and Tim . Just seeing him happy just to be there put a smile on a face . Then his home in the city has an abundance of memories steaming way back in the family, personally my founders memories is when Lena was born and how proud he was of her he came to the hospatial the day she was born they quickly grew special bond Bucky and Lena spending hours playing in his back yard, he really enjoyed watching her play ,smile and grow . Our lives will never be the same but the memories will last a lifetime
Goodbye to the best step dad I could ask for thank you for being you ❤️
the most courageous., hardworking , loving , outspoken sweetheart I’ve ever met Rest with the angels in paradise pain free knowing how loved now and forever 😇🙏🏻❤️ -olive oil