Jean 'John' Bilodeau

3 August , 19581 January , 2019

It is with profound sadness that we mourn the sudden passing of John Bilodeau on January 1, 2019 at the age of 60. He is survived by his wife Donna; sons Shaun and Mike (Rose); grandchildren Ryu, Noah, and Kiera; his brothers, sisters, and many nieces and nephews. John loved to curl and golf and followed NFL and College football, particularly the Miami Dolphins and Notre Dame. He found great joy and fellowship as a 25 year member of the Nicolett Curling Club, where he served many years as President and Treasurer.

A Celebration Of Life will be held at 2:00 PM on Monday, January 14 at Green Acres Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations in Jean’s memory may be made to Diabetes Canada.


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  • Celebration of Life Monday, 14 January , 2019

Jean 'John' Bilodeau

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Lisa Skentelbery

12 January 2019

As one of Donna's sisters, I have fond memories of family gatherings with JB. He was always the life of the party and lots of fun. I'm sorry that Ron & I won't be able to make the trip from Ottawa for his memorial, but we will be there in spirit to bid JB farewell. Love and hugs to all he leaves behind. <3 Lisa

Viene (P) Bilodeau

11 January 2019

Sorry to hear his passing. Fond memories of my cool uncle doing an Elvis impression at one of the family barbecues. Also, great dinners and gatherings at Chi-chi’s and that Bilodeau personality. Apologies I won’t make the funeral.

Love V

Raymond Bilodeau

11 January 2019

I am sorry that I will not be able to make it to the memorial service for 'tit-Jean (short for petit-Jean, as we called him as he was the youngest).

John and I were close in our younger years as we were the ones still home when our parents split up. I have some letters from him when I was working on the trains in western Canada. I am sorry that we drifted apart.

To all of John's family, I offer my deepest condolences and promise to do my best in preserving his memory in the family history records.

With love to all,
Raymond Bilodeau