Leonard Gerald "Jerry" Marcoux

14 août 19446 septembre 2020
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After many hard fought battles over the years, we are saddened to announce that Jerry, in his 76th year and surrounded by family, peacefully went to sleep and to the Lord.

Jerry will be deeply missed by his wife of 50 years Karen (Thurbide), daughter Keri Eburne (Dave), and son Brad Marcoux (Georgia) and five wonderful grandchildren Amélie, Andrew, Aiden, Alistair and Audrey. Jerry is survived by his sisters Sharon Ward (Bob) and Tari Wilkes (Stuart), and brother Paul Marcoux (Judy) and will be missed by many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents Catherine and Gerald Marcoux. The joy of his life were his beloved grandchildren and children. He was so proud of them and dearly loved them all! More enjoyable moments in his life were spending time at the trailer sitting around a campfire with a beer and telling jokes or funny stories. He liked working on his cars, watching action movies, fishing, and listening to his favourite singer Don Williams. In honoring Jerry's wishes, cremation has taken place. A private graveside service will be held. Donations may be made to the War Amps Child Amputee Program (CHAMP) or Children's Wish Foundation.


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Leonard Gerald "Jerry" Marcoux


Caroline Muto

24 septembre , 2020

Karen, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May you cherish all the happy times and know you are being watched over. Heaven gained another angel.

Tara Lyn Chorley

14 septembre , 2020

We have many many great memories of “uncle” Jerry that we will cherish forever. We will miss you and think of you always. Love,
Chris, Tara, Eric, Ava and Owen. ❤️

Christine -Frank Marcoux-Isherwood

13 septembre , 2020

Being cousins we were naturally close but more than that. We shared so many fun times in the last 50 years or so . New Years party’s with those movies Jerry was able to find, Remember them Karen. Sitting around camp fires, or in our homes, fun stories and those fart jokes and records the best. We could go on forever as to all the good times we spent together . We will always remember the good health days and be thankful the bad ones are over. Missing you forever Jerry.
Chris & Frank