OBITUARY

Ovila Joseph Arseneault

February 19, 1934October 13, 2021

Ovila J. Arseneault

Old Town—Ovila Joseph Arseneault, 87, died October 13, 2021 at his residence with family by his side. He was born February 19, 1934 in Acadieville, New Brunswick, Canada a son of Arthur and Marie (Richard) Arseneault. Ovila loved spending time with his wife and family every chance he had. He worked away most weeks; so, weekends were always family time. He was a kind, loving husband and father. He was employed at HE Sargent for 36 years as a heavy equipment operator. Since 1960, he has been an active member and communicant of Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord (Holy Family Church, St. Joseph Church) Old Town.

He is survived by his loving wife of 65 years Florence; three daughters Joanne Arseneault, Murielle Shina and Therese Hursh; four granddaughters Missy (Shina) and her spouse Jimmy Kearns, Monica Hursh and her partner Miguel Cruz, Mindy Shina and her partner David Scripture, and Kimberly (Hursh) and her spouse Matt Irwin; great grandchildren Gavin Dow, Jetta Ruark, Sarina Dow, Kandice Ruark, Jenna Grant, Robert Ruark, Kaydin Reed, Quintin Tidwell, Amiyah Hursh, and Aliyah Cruz. He was predeceased by his parents Arthur and Marie, step mother Alice, and brothers Roger and Nazaire.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10AM Monday October 18, 2021 at Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord, Holy Family Church, 429 Main Street, Old Town. Burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery. Immediately following the service at the cemetery, all are invited to return to the Holy Family Parish Center for a light luncheon and continued fellowship. Memorial contributions may be made to the Holy Family Building Fund 429 Main St Old Town ME 04468

Services

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
18 October

Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 am

Holy Family Church

429 Main St
Old Town, Maine 04468

Memories

Ovila Joseph Arseneault

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Joel Arsenault

October 15, 2021

Hey when menoncle was coming down from Bangor to Acadieville we wouldn’t d touch the ground until they turn in the driveway.We had some fun .Take we care.Love youall

Rosa Barrieau

October 15, 2021

As former neighbours to Ovila's fine parents in Acadieville some decades ago, we remember well Ovila and his deceased brother Nazaire; they paid frequent and helpful visits to our huge farm and they were always warmly welcomed. Afterwards, we enjoyed renewing acquaintances with Ovila and his family when visiting his fatherland in New Brunswick. Most sincere condolences from the Barrieau (Léonard) Family, now mostly established in the Moncton area.

Emile Babineau

October 14, 2021

Remember Ovila and Florence visiting Acadieville when I was young. They often visited my parents Hypolite and Yvette. Ovila was well liked and will be remembered.
Our sympathies to the family from us and my mom Yvette

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY