Donald Downey

11 août 194817 mars 2021

Est décédé au CIUSSS du Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean, Hôpital de La Baie, le 17 mars 2021, à l’âge de 72 ans, M. Donald Downey, époux de Mme Lucie Gagné, résidant à La Baie.

Il était le fils de feu Mme Rita Barker et de feu M. Gilbert Downey. Il laisse dans le deuil outre son épouse Mme Lucie Gagné, ses beaux-enfants : Marc Bouchard (Nathalie Nadeau), Stéphane Bouchard (Françoise Vallée) et Caroline Bouchard (Gino Bouchard); ses petits-enfants : Marc-André, Mathieu, Yannick, Kariane et Marie-Eve; ses arrière-petits-enfants : Lily-Rose, Arya et Édouard. Il était le beau-frère de : Gilles Gagné, Andrée (Gilles Boivin), feu Judes, feu Bernard (Louise Gilbert), feu France, Arthur (Linda Boutin), feu Marc, Doris (Robert Touchette), Éric (Nancy Maltais), Christian (Christiane Perron) et Nancy. Il laisse également dans le deuil plusieurs neveux et nièces, parents et amis.

Pour démontrer votre soutien à la famille de M. Downey et partager un souvenir, visitez notre site: www.graveletfils.com. Pour informations : (418) 543-0755, télécopieur : (418) 543-7241, courriel : info@graveletfils.com Direction funéraire : Résidences funéraires Gravel & Fils.


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Donald Downey


Geraldine Belanger

6 avril , 2021

Mes plus sincères condoléances Caroline ,Gino et Marie -Eve Je pense très fort à vous dans ces moments difficiles mes condoléances à Lucy sa conjointe

Chris Duffy

26 mars , 2021

Sorry to hear about Don's passing. At least his suffering is at an end. My condolences to Lucie and to those who knew him. He will be missed.

Ken Downey

26 mars , 2021

I am very sad to say good bye to my oldest brother, Don. He was a man who always enjoyed a laugh. He had a great sense of humour and an easy-going disposition. He had many friends, who, along with his family, will miss him very much. Rest In Peace Don, until we meet again. My condolences to his wife, Lucy and family.

Sharon Whittle

26 mars , 2021

It is with great sadness to learn of the passing of my eldest brother Don. As a young child I don't remember him growing up in the same household. However, I do remember him coming home for visits after he had joined the Armed Forces. Each time he visited he certainly left his mark with his sense of humor. I also have found memories of the year I lived in Chicoutimi, Quebec and we shared many meals together. While sad to see you go, it was terrible to hear of how much he suffered. Condolences to Lucie and family. RIP Don!

Lily Bouchard

25 mars , 2021

Mes sympathies Lucie ainsi qu'à toute la famille!

Sara Smith

25 mars , 2021

I wanted to wish my sincere condolences to Mr.Downey's family and friends. I had the pleasure to take care of him during his stay with us at the hospital. May he rest in peace xx

Randy Downey

24 mars , 2021

It's very hard to say goodbye Don,but seeing you in such pain makes it easier to see your suffering come to an end.I'll remember you as a good and loving brother with respect for everyone.Hope you're in a happy place.Condolences to Lucie and family and all of Don's many friends,rest In Peace my friend ,we love you.
Randy,Lila and Janice(and family).

Miriam Duffy

18 mars , 2021

We are deeply saddened by the loss of our sibling, Don, next in line to me. Don, you are finally out of your pain and we are relieved about that. You fought the good fight, brother and I am sure you are at peace. Condolences to his beloved wife, Lucie. Fly with the angels.

Miriam & Frank

Karen noel

18 mars , 2021

We are so sad to say goodbye to our brother, Don. He was born in Stephenville Nl. , the second of 12 children in our family. He is predeceased by our parents Gilbert and Rita , his brother Wayne and his sister Bev ( Beverly). He was a member of the Canadian armed forces and retired to La Baie Quebec where he spent the last 30 years of his life with his beautiful wife Lucie Gagne and her family. We will miss his silly jokes and ever present sense of humour. Rest easy dear brother ...love from Karen and Les