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Raymond Ouellet

June 5th, 1931 – December 5th, 2020

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At the age of 89 years and 6 months, on December 5th, 2020, passed away Mr. Raymond Ouellet, husband of Mrs. Monique Castonguay.

Besides his wife, he will be sadly missed by his children Ghislaine (late Lyle Ludvicek & late David Spence), Sylvia (Paul Ruga), Michel (Ruth Bremman), José (Julieta Flores), Daniel (Tina Hurd) and Christina, his 21 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren, his brothers and his sister late Adrien (Isola Turcotte), Lise (late Jacques Fournier) and Jean-Guy, his brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, his nephews and nieces as well as other relatives and friends.

The family will welcome you on Friday, December 18th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and on Saturday, December 19th, the day of the funeral, from 9:30 a.m., at:

Résidence funéraire Marie-Soleil Phaneuf
22 Picard St.
Ste-Martine, Qc
J0S 1V0
450 427-2332

The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. in the living room of the funeral home and interment will follow at Riverfield Cemetery (Rang des Écossais, Howick, Qc J0S 1G0).

Testimonies of sympathy

Dear Monique, Ghislaine, and family, We know Raymond is with His Lord and is so happy to be in His presence. Raymond was a cheerful and fun-loving man and he will be missed by all who knew him here in Cedar Rapids. You will miss him too and we send our love and sympathy to you. Certainly the “coming of the Lord draweth nigh.” James 5:8. We believe it will not be long before we will join him in glory. My parents, Don and Betty Bilisoly, enjoyed visits with your family as they travelled and visited the saints in Canada. We still remember the useful “winch” dear Raymond built. He and Monique came to Newfoundland to put it in place on the hill where the cottage was. It would help pull the boats up from the lake to the cottage. What a great help that was! We love you all and will pray for you all during this time of change and loss. Thankfully, we do not sorrow as others do because, “thanks be to God which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” I Corinthians 15:57

Thurston Shirley & Dave

Our Deepest sympathy to Monique, Ghislaine and all the family in the home going of dear Raymond.
May you feel the everlasting arms of the Lord around you and may the God of all comfort be with you
Psalm 18: 30

Ron & June Dods

Dear Ouellet family,
We desire to express our sincere sympathy at this time of your grief. Those belonging to the Lord Jesus, do not grieve as others who do not have hope. We Rejoice that now our dear brother is with him who loved us and gave himself for us. We Rejoice too in thinking back how he Faithfully went on in ways pleasing to our Lord. We recall also how he endured in the face of persecution after he was saved. The record of much more faithfulness known only by the Lord himself, will be rewarded in the coming day of the Lord’s Glory. With much love in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Frank & Ruth Harder

Mon frère Raymond, tu prends ton envol dans l’univers . . .
Mais tu restes toujours dans mon coeur . . .
Salutations à TOUS ! . . .

Jean Ouellet

To Monique and all members of the Ouellet family,
Please know that we have you in our prayers at this difficult time. We, Ed and Cathie, have wonderful memories of times of fellowship together! May the Good, the Great, and the Chief Shepherd fill you with a deep sense of His presence, His Peace and Comfort, as we await our rapture to o glory which is soon! Yours with heartfelt Sympathy , Ed and Cathie Wilson. “ And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, write, blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labour’s; and their works do follow them. Revelation 14:13.

Wilson Ed & Cathie