Salon Funéraire Maher’s Funeral Home

33 Rue Lansdowne Street West, Campbellton, NB


Jean-Guy "Ti-Guy" Gionet

November 23, 1956June 20, 2020

Décédé à sa résidence à Campbellton le 20 juin, 2020 à l’âge de 63 ans, M. Jean-Guy "Ti-Guy" Gionet de Campbellton, époux de Denise Gionet

Il était un grand amateur de hockey, fanatique des Canadiens, travailleur saisonnier pour la ville de Campbellton durant plusieurs années. Il aimait arbitrer les jeunes au hockey Pee-Wee.

Il laisse dans le deuil son épouse Denise (née Dubé) Gionet, 1 belle-sœur Rachel Dubé de Campbellton deux frères, Wayne Gionet et Gary Keays de Moncton, ainsi que plusieurs cousins et cousines.

En respectant ses souhaits, il n'y aura pas de service ou de visites au Salon Funéraire.

Les arrangements funéraires sont confiés aux soins du Salon Funéraire Maher, Campbellton (506)789-1699 ou sans frais (855) 404-1699 courriel: maher.fh@nb.aibn.com


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Jean-Guy "Ti-Guy" Gionet

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Rachel Allard

June 27, 2020

My condolences to family and friends. I remember Jean-Guy from school. We were in the same class as children at the Apollo and again at the Polyvalente for a while. I have a 5th grade class photo of us, and always remember him (and Wayne) fondly when I think back. May he Rest In Peace.

Darlene Pelletier

June 26, 2020

Nos condoléances Denise et famille. Quel choque d’apprendre que Jean-Guy est décédé si rapidement...

Darlene Pelletier et Wayne Charlong

Norma Baker

June 25, 2020

I was shocked when I heard of Ti-Guy’s passing. He was such a good soul and that  contagious smile. R.I.P. Guy

Mary Talaga

June 24, 2020

Words can't express how saddened we are to hear about the passing of Jean-Guy, so young to leave us, may he rest in peace with his loved ones waiting for him - He always had great stories to tell me about Peter and he had such a big smile. May the memories we carry of him ease your lost a bit as we carry him in our heart. Wishing you strength and peace during this hard time.

Christine Paradis

June 24, 2020

Such a great man. We were all blessed to have him in our life. For the short time I knew him, he was so kind, so generous and overall a happy fun man. Full of love for his wife, family and friends. He always took the time to say Hello and give us a wave.

Rest in peace.

Deepest condolence to Denise and her family.

Jocelyn & Lynn Diotte Landry

June 24, 2020

Sincere sympathie a la famille, un autre Ange parmi nous. Oui, c'est vrai il aimait son hockey et les Tigers.

dale Williamson

June 23, 2020

He and his family were neighbors to us growing up.
Very pleasant, always smiling...
Always said hello....
So sad to hear
My deepest condolences to the family

Randy & Gracie Firth

June 23, 2020

We were shocked to see that Jean-Guy has passed. so many memories of him travelling wth Roger Frenette to play music in Glen Levit years ago. He always had a smile and said hello no matter where you met him. R.I.P. Jean-Guy

Roger Frenette

June 23, 2020

It was with terrible shock and disbelief that I heard of very sudden passing of Jean Guy.Whenever I think of Jean Guy I think of guy ready to always help anyone at anytime,heart of gold,always full of pep with big smile and lots of stories of past etc.Not only was he my cousin but we grew up together as children then adults in Campbellton until I moved to Montreal.He was always there to help when I did my music over the years,we had many precious moments,lots music and great food,etc.,I will be forever thankful,and he will remain in my heart,prayers and thoughts forever.To Denise and family,and to both his brothers Wayne and Gary,my most sincere and heartfelt condolences at this very difficult moment.Jean Guy,thanks for your time on earth with us,and may you be at peace in God's home,and watch over us all.A mass in his memory and honor will be held here in Montreal at later date once Co-vid restrictions are lifted. R.I.P buddy and dear cousin.

Dora Frenette

June 23, 2020

My deepest condolences to Denise and family as well as brothers Wayne and Gary.I was shocked to hear of his passing as was everyone who knew him,such hard worker,always full of life with big smile,thats the way I will remember him.May he rest in peace in God's home,and watch over us all and give us strength in months ahead.We loved you dearly and you will always be in our thoughts and prayers. R.I.P Jean Guy