OBITUARY

Christian Pascal Ouellet

31 July , 19506 April , 2019

Christian Pascal Ouellet passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on April 6, 2019.

Christian was born in Saint-Félicién, Quebec on July 31, 1950 to Mr. Sylvio Ouellet and Lucie Côté.

Christian is survived by his wife Louise of 38 years, 3 children Justin (Naomi), Chantale (Chris), Chad (Marieka) and 3 grandchildren Scarlett, Ivy and Jintaro. Christian is predeceased by his parents, 2 brothers Richard and Yves and survived by his 2 sisters Sylvie and Denise and 2 brothers Michel and Stephan.

Christian worked for the airline for 33 years before retiring in 2007. Christian lived life to the fullest and had a great sense of humour. He loved to travel, was an entertainer and a gourmet cook. He loved to spoil his wife Louise and take care of his family; he was the most amazing husband, father, grandfather, son, brother and friend. He brought joy to all who knew and loved him.

He will truly be missed.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Service Wednesday, 17 April , 2019
  • Reception Wednesday, 17 April , 2019
REMEMBERING

Christian Pascal Ouellet

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Sharon Head

19 April 2019

So sad to hear of Christians passing.
He was always a pleasure to work with.
When you saw his name on a crew list you knew it was going to be lots of laughs. His infectious laugh made you want to hear more.
He was a beautiful, fun loving man and will be truly missed.
Very heavy hearts.
RIP Christian

Viola Petersen

18 April 2019

Dear Louise and family
My heart is deeply saddened for you all, on the loss of a very special man.
It was a beautiful Celebration of Life honouring Chris. Chris certainly touched the lives of many. I feel blessed to have known Chris. He will be dearly missed.
Love Viola

Jennifer O’Neil

17 April 2019

Christian spread Joie de Vivre to all he met.
I believe he is still doing so.
Sending healing and comforting thoughts,
to Louise and the family.

Guylaine Tremblay

14 April 2019

Seul le temps pourra apaiser notre chagrin qui est immense, mais combien de bons souvenirs nous gardons de ce gentleman. Encore une fois, toutes nos pensées et prières sont pour Louise et les enfants ainsi que toute la famille. Christian sera à jamais dans notre coeur. RIP XX

Sharon Woods

14 April 2019

From a Fiji layover - circa 1975.

Elsbeth Sonya O’Callaghan

14 April 2019

Dear Louise and family,
Our deep felt sympathy and condolences to you all at this very sad and difficult time.
Like so many of our colleagues expressed shock at Christian’s sudden passing; Jim and I talked about running into you at a local shopping center, just a few weeks ago.
Jim and I remember all the enjoyable parties at Gilles ‘s house and Christian ‘s delicious cooking contributions , served up with a smile and one of his many jokes!
I would like to send you a poem I saw a while ago, called:
ASCENSION
And if I go,
While you’re still here....
Know that I live on,
Vibrating to a different measure
—- behind a thin veil you cannot see through.
You will not see me
so you must have faith.
I wait for the time when we can soar together again,
—- both aware of each other.
Until then, live your life to the fullest,
and when you need me,
just whisper my name in your heart,
—— I will be there.

Barbara Facca

13 April 2019

We (Gene Sylvie, Natalie and myself) drove to Osoyoos to join Chris and Louise and kids at a campground. Left after work and had a really tough trip to get there - rain and lots of wind. Arrived to enjoy a meal of potatoes, chicken breast, veggies and peppercorn sauce!!! In the wind and rain - Chris made it happen! He was such a classy guy. Thanks for the memories. Love Barb & Gene

Bev Rayner

13 April 2019

Chris was alway there to send us on our girls weekends away and then there again to welcome us home. He also was the best Santa ever with his looks, humour and joy. He will be missed by many. Thinking of you all.

Dana Fabbro

13 April 2019

From day 1 you were a ray of sunshine.
Your smile, easy calming manner, has been taken from us.
You will be missed.
Dana

Keri-Anne Chapin

12 April 2019

To go back to last year to the reunion!!! What a blast. Will miss your humour, laughter and love!!! What a great uncle you were💞! You’ll never be forgotten.