Number 3746, Paul Lavallée

 

 

 

            

 

 

Lavallée., Paul Roy, P. Eng., Passed away in Aylmer, on November 23rd, at 76 years of age. Son of Therese Roy Lavallée and Theodule Lavallée.he is survived by his wife Yolande Poissant, his daughters Christine and Annie and his sons Pierre and Francis; his sister Suzanne Grimm (Pierre Grimm), his brothers Georges, Roch (Esther Bouchard) and Louis (Lise Pelletier); and nine grand-children: Virginie, Pierre Maxim, Camille, Sophie, Florence, Madeleine, Isabelle, Juliette and Tea. Born in Jonquiere, he graduated from College Militaire Royal de St-Jean (class of '52, from the Royal Military College and obtained his degree in electrical and mechanical engineering at McGill University. He reached the rank of lieutenant-colonel and commanding officer of the 6th Battalion of the Royal 22nd Regiment. Regional president (Drummond) of the Ordre des ingenieurs du Quebec, school trustee, Founding Board Chairman of College regional Bourgchemin (Drummondville, St-Hyacinthe and Sorel), he was a federal civil servant from 1973 until he retired from the Treasury Board in 1996. Funeral services will be held at St-Paul Church in Aylmer, Tuesday November 27th, 2007. The family will accept condolences from 12:30 and the service will begin at 1:30. The family wishes to thank the staff of CHSLD Renaissance for their warm and loving care. Donations to CHSLD Renaissance ( www.fondationsantegatineau.ca ), Baluchon Alzheimer ( www.baluchonalzheimer.com ) or the Douglas Mental Health University Institute ( www.douglas.qc.ca ) will be appreciated. For further information, please call at 819-770-1300.

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Published in the Ottawa Citizen on 11/26/2007.

 



Pierre Lavallée: 26 Nov 07

I notice that you have included the announcement of my father's death on the RMC '57 web site.
 
As hard as it is to read the obituary, I was comforted to read what I assume is the extract from your yearbook.  Thank you for including it.
 
As you know, his time at CMR and RMC defined my father's life in many ways.  He was very proud of both institutions and of the many friends that he made while he was there. 
 
As a small favour, I am hoping that you could correct the spelling of his name from Lavellee to Lavallée.