OBITUARY

Jacques Louis Marie Dureau

October 9, 1932February 3, 2021

It is with heavy heart the family of Louie Dureau announces his passing on February 03, 2021 at Simon Fraser Lodge.

Dad was predeceased by his parents Albert and Amerilda; brothers Albert, Henri, Laurent and Raymond; sister Eunice and granddaughter Kassi. Left to mourn his loss are his brother Father Bonnie; sisters Rita and Yevette; son Peter Dureau (Debra); daughters Kathleen MacAulay (Keith), Rhoda Legard (Jessie), Marion Jewett (Kevin) and Bonnie Wookey (Leonard); grand children Kelsey, Charlene, Scott, Colin, Kara, Liam, Carter, Emily, Ellen and Rachel and great grandsons Nash, James and Jaxson. Louie will be missed by his many friends and extended family.

Louie moved to Prince George in 1959 to work as an office equipment repair man for I. B. Guest. Once he had a house rented. He moved his young family up from Burnaby, British Columbia—his wife Margaret, son Peter and daughter Kathleen. Daughter Rhoda Marion and Bonnie were born here in Prince George.

Louie owned office equipment and print shop business and worked many job over the years but he is most remembered as a hotel maintenance man and as the town lock smith/master safe cracker.

His biggest joy was working on his collection of farm tractors and Grandfather clocks.

Interment in Burnaby will take place this summer.

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Jacquie Woolley

February 25, 2021

Sending our deepest sympathy and condolences to the Dureau family. We never met him but we know Peter and Deb. Sending you love and hugzzzzz. Your are in our thoughts. So very sorry for your loss.

Louise Soucy

February 23, 2021

Sending lots of love to our Prince George Cousins.

Uncle was a character and a half. He was Mom's favorite brother. She often talks about their road trips, his charming personality and how much she loved him.

My other half is a "collector" of things. Uncle was like a kid in a candy store when he visited our place. In particular he coveted an old Detroit 4 wheel drive tractor that languished in the bushes on our property. He so wanted that tractor.

Uncle is missed.