R. Stutzmann & Son

224 - 39 Jamaica Ave, Queens Village, NY


Ulric Billouin

During this time we learn how much our family & friends mean to us. Although you are not able to join us at the time of service we know you are with us in spirit. Please sign the guestbook below.

Sunrise on: 12-24-1944 Sunset on: 03-20-2020

Son of: Charles Billouin and Louisa Deacon

Ulric Ferdinand Billouin was the epitome of perseverance . A outstanding family man and provider that migrated to New York from Trinidad and Tobago in the early 1970’s. A gentleman of great strength that successfully fought cancer in the past and eventually lost his life due to complications from that disease . While it weaken him physically- his great spirit and attitude of perseverance continues to live on through our memories…

He will be remembered for his kind heart , no-nonsense attitude, and comical sense of humor that enabled him to overcome many challenges throughout his life, build strong relationships, and provide a lasting legacy that will continue even after his ascension into heaven.

Ulric is currently survived by his four children: Ingrid Roberts, Gillian Long-Coleman, Curt Billouin, and Therest Billouin-Roberts. He was also a dedicated family member and friend to the following individuals:

Brother of: Wilkie, Dixon, Coloye, and Kenneth . Father-in-law to: Ronald Coleman, Orville Roberts, and Lamont Long. Grandfather of: Ahmad, Amani, Kurtisha, Elizabeth, Dominic, Deanna, Amir, Elijah, and Tristan. Brother-in-law to: Zita, Nola, Judy, Diane, Gloria, Patsy, Florence, Joyce, Amabel, Joan, Newton, Dave, Phillip,and Bruce. Relative to: Sherla Julian, Dudley Julian, Natalie Joseph, Gloria Jack, Camille Harris, and others… Friend to: Hector, Beige, Joe, Phillip, Cynthia, and many others…

We thank God for allowing him to finally be at “peace" . He has finally joined his beloved wife of 36 years Virginia Billouin in heaven.


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Ulric Billouin

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Shurla Julien

March 27, 2020

Some of my favorite memories with Uncle Ulric were at my home. He spent a lot of time with my family and I. He was always my first quest at my summer barbecues. He walked in looking sharp and carrying his favorite case of beer and he was ready to hangout.
Uncle Ulric was a very dedicated family man. He was also a true friend. My husband Dudley and uncle Ulric became friends after we got married and they spoke to each other almost every day. He gave us a lot of positive advice.
He will truly be missed, a matter of fact, Dudley is already missing him.
Uncle Ulric. We love you! May you RIP.

Rena McDermott

March 26, 2020

I have known therest and her family most of my life. I have so many wonderful memories of visiting therest and seeing how loving her parents were. I will remember Mr Ulric as a kind, hardworking, and caring man who loved his family. Therest I am standing with you now and always. Love you!

Natalie M-Joseph

March 25, 2020

Some of my best memories with my Uncle will last a lifetime because he is the brother who is most like my dad. He took my family and I under his wings in our time of greatest need. He was the person who supported me as a representation of my dad and a grandpa to my son when my dad was in the Caribbean. He has thought me to be a respectable and loving wife, more than I already was. He showed me what strength in an individual should be like through happi ess and hardship. He was strong and responsible and beautiful inside out. He made me feel secure and honored as a woman.
My family and I thank and love him through it all. May you rest in perpetual peace. Your name and legacy will live on forever. Till we meet again!

Wilkie & Joan Marshall

March 25, 2020

I am so thankful that I was able together with my wife to visit with my brother ecently while he was in hospital. We were able to share and reminisce and pray together.
That is helping me to bear the grief at this time. May God strengthen Us all, and may he rest in peace.

Ronald Coleman

March 25, 2020

I was so privileged to spend Thanksgiving 2019 with Ulric. We had a great time chating about sports, family and life. It meant the world to see him. We enjoyed our dinner and some of the football games. That's how I will remember him, he was I'll but still made his way out to spend the holiday with family. He was a strong family man! RIP Dad!

Caren De Freitas

March 25, 2020

Family is not just by blood. It is forged through friendship that is so strong you cannot find the line to differentiate where it stops and family begin.
Uncle Ulric is part of that saga- Friendship that turned into family. The first time I met him, over 20 yrs ago, he acted like he knew me from birth. I appreciate his family's extended love and affection. May his soul find rest. Comforting prayer to the rest ofthe family.
Caren Charles De -Freitas

Ingrid Roberts

March 24, 2020

He provided for his family without a doubt. He was such an independent person,he could cook,sometimes in the way when you are in the kitchen,he was always helping mom wash clothes ,and much more. He loved family gatherings. Always had a nickname for someone, mine was short foot,lol. Always encouraged me to complete my degrees and excel in my endeavors. I will miss his voice and smile😭❤. May his soul rest in peace🙏