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DR. JEAN-MARIE HUOT  Obituary pic


Born: Jun 26, 1918

Date of Passing: Jan 31, 2009

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DR. JEAN-MARIE HUOT June 26, 1918 - January 31, 2009 Le 31 janvier, 2009, entoure de sa famille notre cher Jean-Marie nous a quitté. Il laisse dans le deuil son épouse Yvette (Pelletier), ses enfants Gérard (Maria), Marie-Louise (Doug Mazur), Claude (Arlene Berezuk), Yvonne (Brian Tascona), Jean-Marc (Angela Tascona); ainsi que ses petits enfants Remi Huot-Mazur, Marco Huot-Tascona; la famille d'Yvette, Paul (Carolyn), Nona (Greg Littlejohn), Ginette (Richard Sawatzky) et les petits enfants Karl, Justine, Leanne, and Amy. Aussi il laisse sa belle-soeur Juliette Huot, de nombreux neveux et nièces et son copain de classe l'Abbe Maurice Deniset-Bernier. Il fut précédée par son épouse et la mère de ses enfants Lucille (Davis), son fils Joseph, ses parents Adolphe et Marie-Louise (Boily) Huot, ses frères Laurent, Paul, Gérard, Charles-Etienne, Adolphe et sa sur Simone (Tremblay). Jean-Marie attended Provencher School, Collège Universitaire de St. Boniface and the University of Manitoba Medical College graduating in 1945. In 1951 Jean-Marie and Dr. Robert Jacques founded the Clinique St. Boniface Clinic, where he enjoyed his family practice for 47 years. His career evolved into many domains. Jean-Marie trained with Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in the area of counselling Death and Dying , and with Dr. Virginia Satir in the area of family therapy. He was the medical practitioner for Taché Centre and the coroner for City of St. Boniface for many years. He retired his practice in 1992 due to health reasons. Les chalets, la ferme, les oiseaux et les merveilles de la foret lui était chers sans oublier les gens. Son but était toujours d'aider et de comprendre ces gens, en offrant compassion et soulagement, soit physique ou moral. His children and grandchildren will cherish their fond memories of the many weekends and summers they spent together at the lakes and the farm. The joys of his life were the families he shared with Lucille, Leslye, and Yvette, his friends, colleagues, career, reading, walking, singing, cribbage, and cross country skiing. Pendant les dernières dix années pénibles dues à sa maladie, il a quand même jouie aux Centre Taché des activités sociales, les heures au jardin, et près du foyer avec Yvette toujours à son côté. To the kind souls who were there for Jean-Marie, thank you. He'll always be remembered as a man, both strong and good. Who gave his best for others and who did the best he could. He'll always be remembered for all the joy he brought. As a man who made a difference and a man who meant a lot. -unknown author The service will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at the St. Boniface Cathedrale with reception to follow in the lower level. A private family interment will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made in his memory to a charity of your choice. Family and friends are invited to sign the Book of Condolences at DESJARDINS 233-4949 1-888-233-4949

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 05, 2009

Condolences & Memories (1 entries)

  • Dr Huot and his family spent summer months in a little city called Argyle, Minnesota where I befriended the family. Dr. Huot you invited my sister Carol and I to Winnipeg in 1959 for a visit. As it turned out Queen Elizabeth was visiting Winnipeg during that time and Dr. Huot was part of the receiving line. I was friends with Gerard, Claude and Mary Louise. Hoping to hear from any family members if this reaches them. God Bless Dr. Huot. - Posted by: Ken Ethier (Friend) on: Sep 12, 2022

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