Walter Willcott

September 20, 1972January 22, 2021

Est décédé à l’âge de 48 ans le 22 janvier 2021. Il était le fils de Theresa Dubois et de feu Russell Willcott. Il laisse son épouse Lucette dans le deuil ainsi que sa sœur Elisabeth (Kevin), son oncle Raymond, ses bien aimés cousins: Mark, Stéphane, Richard, Sandra et ses amis de longues date : Eric, Nathalie et Gilbert. De plus, Walter quitte de nombreux amis et proches. La famille Willcott/Trottier aimerait remercier les équipes de Robert Holmes Trucking et d’Excavation Robert Dubeau Inc. pour le perpétuel support et l’amitié qu’ils ont apporté à Walter. Une cérémonie en l’honneur de sa vie aura lieu dans l’intimité familiale à une date ultérieure. Vos messages de sympathies peuvent se traduire soit par un don à l’Association Canadienne pour la Santé Mentale ( ou par un bon geste qui aura un impact positif sur la vie d’un autre, ainsi que la vôtre.

Passed away at the age of 48 on January 22, 2021. He was the son of Theresa Dubois and of the late Russell Willcott. He leaves his wife Lucette to mourn his loss as well as his sister Elisabeth (Kevin), his uncle Raymond, his closest cousins: Mark, Stéphane, Richard, Sandra and his best friends: Eric, Nathalie and Gilbert. Walter also leaves behind many friends and family members. The Willcott/Trottier family would like to thank Robert Holmes Trucking as well as Excavation Robert Dubeau Inc. for their ongoing support and friendship. A celebration of Walter’s life will be held amongst close friends and family at an alternate date. You’re messages of sympathy can either be expressed by a donation to the Canadian Mental Health Association ( or by an act of kindness that will have a positive impact on the life of another as well as your own.


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Faye Hupe-Mahon

February 19, 2021

Our thoughts with all those who knew and loved Walter. May he rest in peace.

Margaret Phillips

February 18, 2021

Dear Walter's family,
I just learned of Walter's passing. This is very sad news.
Walter played such an important part in our lives. He was always willing to help, to go above and beyond. He spent a lot of time working on our property with Robert Dubeau, helping us move twice into our new home and helping with our road, landscaping, snow removal and many many other things we were unable to do ourselves. Lots of memories! He was always there when we needed him, and recommended someone else when he couldn't. Always cheerful and fun to be with. He loved working outdoors...and loved to talk about this. We were very fond of Walter and miss him. He also helped Cantley 1889, especially installing our historic tugboat and mine car in Parc Mary-Anne-Phillips. I have a few photos I would love to share with you. Please let me know your email so I can send them to you.
Walter was so kind and generous and had such a big heart. He will always be fondly remembered by us, and by many others, I am sure. My deepest sympathy.
Margaret Phillips

Deb Mulcahey

February 4, 2021

My deepest sympathy to Walter's family.

Walter was a great friend and I'll never forget the great times we had growing up; Cantley Picnics, the Gatineau Clog, and those good ol bush parties.

You left this world way too early my friend. Rest in Peace.


Brenda Dallaire

February 2, 2021


With sympathy, thinking of you in these difficult times and sending our love.

Brenda and Serge

Ray & Marilyn and Kids Dubois

February 1, 2021

Our words cannot express the shock and sadness we feel about Walter's passing. He was a great young man who would do anything to help someone out. Will always remember his story telling especially all his hunting stories. He always greeted you with that big smile with those cute dimples in his cheeks. He will be sadly missed but always remembered. RIP dear Walter.

Kristopher Delisle

February 1, 2021

Walter tu va nous manquer on t’aime prend soins de ta famille et amis de là haut sa va me manquer toute nos moments t’es vraiment un bon gars repose-toi

Brian Blackburn

January 31, 2021

Our Condolences. We will greatly miss our friend Walter.

David Leclerc

January 31, 2021

Walter, had a big heart, loved to have fun and be different. I can remember so many times in our younger days of adventures we had that turned out to be outrageous and as a result very memorable! We did a lot of snowmobiling, fishing, camping and going to parties. He was lots of fun to be with and easy to get along with like a family member....will be missed.


Angie Trottier/Kyle

January 31, 2021

My deepest condolences to my precious niece Lucette, Wilcott family and many many friends. I am so very sorry for your loss. Walter was an amazing man full of adventures and life. He had a generous heart and loving spirit. Walter touched a lot of people’s hearts and will never be forgotten. He will be greatly missed by all of us that new and loved him. May he rest in piece,

Lynn Lavictoire

January 30, 2021

Dear Lucette & Willcott family,
We offer you our deepest sympathy and condolences.
Walter ❤️ Will be missed his kindness generosity humour and how he was always there to help, we will never forget him he has a place in our hearts❤️.

Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
Lynn & Mike