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LUCIEN MOUSSEAU 1933 - 2015 Entouré de sa famille, notre cher Lucien nous a quitté le 14 octobre 2015 à l'Hôpital Health Sciences Centre à Winnipeg. Il laisse dans le deuil son épouse bien aimée, Jacqueline (née Sherwood); ses fils, Roland (Gisèle); Gilles (Denise Létienne); Jean (Catherine); Claude (Linda Grégoire); Roger (Diana Giesbrecht); sa fille Lise (Marty Skaalrud); ses neuf petits-enfants et ses deux arrière-petites-filles; son frère Maurice (Pauline); ses soeurs Antonia; Jeanine (Roland LaFlèche); ainsi que plusieurs beaux-frères, belles-soeurs, neveux, nièces, et amis. Il a été prédécédé par ses frères, Georges, Paul et sa soeur Annette. Lucien a fait sa carrière comme arpenteur, comme enseignant de mathématiques, d'arpentage et de dessin industriel au Manitoba Institute of Technology et en administration au Red River College. Voulant poursuivre autres intérêts, il a prit sa retraite en 1990. Lucien aimait jouer à de nombreux sports tels le basketball, les quilles et le tennis sur table. Il était un grand amateur des Blue Bombers de Winnipeg, des Jets de Winnipeg et des Canadiens de Montréal. Son beau sourire et son sens d'humour témoignaient de son optimisme perpétuel. Il a partagé sa passion de camping avec sa famille en entreprenant de nombreux voyages au Canada et aux Etats-Unis. Il aimait les rencontres de famille et passait de nombreuses heures à jouer aux cartes, à raconter des histoires, à jouer de la musique et à chanter. Membre de la chorale à la paroisse des Saints-Martyrs-Canadiens pour de nombreuses années, il a su partager l'amour de la musique avec ses enfants. Il était très fier des réussites de ses enfants dans les domaines de la musique, de l'éducation, et des sports. Toujours présent aux matchs de hockey, de soccer et aux spectacles de ses enfants, il a voulu s'impliquer dans toutes leurs activités. Lucien adorait être entouré de ses enfants et de ses petits-enfants. La famille tient à remercier sincèrement l'équipe de soins à domicile pour leurs années d'appui. De plus, la famille est très reconnaissante des soins livrés par l'équipe médicale neurologique de la section GA5 ainsi que de la section Stepdown au Health Sciences Centre. Une célébration de la vie de Lucien aura lieu le mardi 20 octobre à 10h30, suivi de la messe des funérailles à 11h en l'église Saint-Martyrs-Canadiens, 289, avenue Dussault. Pour ceux qui souhaitent exprimer leur sympathie, la famille sera reconnaissante de dons commémoratifs faits à la douce mémoire de Lucien Mousseau à "Section of Neurology care of Health Sciences Centre Foundation Room MS107 at 820 Sherbrook Street". Ceux qui le désirent peuvent envoyer leurs condoléances à http://www.glenlawn.ca LUCIEN MOUSSEAU 1933 - 2015 Surrounded by the love of his family, our beloved husband and father Lucien passed away on October 14, 2015 at the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg. He will forever be loved by his beloved wife Jacqueline; his sons, Roland (Gisèle); Gilles (Denise Létienne); Jean (Catherine); Claude (Linda Grégoire); Roger (Diana Giesbrecht); his daughter Lise (Marty Skaalrud); his nine grandchildren; his two great-granddaughters; his brother Maurice (Pauline); his sisters Antonia; Jeanine (Roland LaFlèche); as well as many brothers and sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, and friends. He was predeceased by his brothers Georges, Paul, and his sister Annette. Lucien began his career as a surveyor, followed by teaching Mathematics, Surveying and Drafting at the Manitoba Institute of Technology. He eventually moved on to administration at Red River College, retiring in 1990 to pursue other interests. Lucien enjoyed playing many sports such as basketball, bowling and table tennis. He was a big fan of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, the Winnipeg Jets and the Montreal Canadiens. His perpetual optimism was always accompanied by his beautiful smile and great sense of humour. Lucien shared his love of camping with his family on numerous trips throughout Canada and the United States. He enjoyed the many family gatherings in which he spent countless hours playing cards, telling stories, playing music and singing. A member of the choir at the parish of the Saints-Martyrs-Canadiens for many years, he was able to share his love of music with his family. He was very proud of the accomplishments of his children in their many endeavours such as music, education and sports. Lucien was always involved and supported his children's hockey and soccer games, along with their numerous performances. He adored being surrounded by his children and grandchildren. The family wishes to thank the home care team for their many years of support. Furthermore, the family would like to express their deepest thanks to the Neurological Medical Team in the GA5 ward and the Stepdown unit at Health Sciences Centre. A celebration of Lucien's life will take place on Tuesday, October 20 at 10:30 a.m. at Saint-Martyrs-Canadiens, 289 Dussault Avenue, followed by the funeral mass at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family would greatly appreciate that donations be made in Lucien Mousseau's memory to the "Section of Neurology care of Health Sciences Centre Foundation, Room MS107 at 820 Sherbrook St." Condolences may be sent to www.glenlawn.ca Glen Lawn Funeral Home 204-982-7550

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 17, 2015

Condolences & Memories (2 entries)

  • Our recollection of Lucien will always be his kind, welcoming personality accompanied by his beautiful smile and great sense of humor. He was always very proud of his family and I loved the special connection that Jacqueline & Lucien showed for one another. Our condolences are extended to all of Lucien's family. Love N'Prayers. Lorraine & Marvin Kurtz - Posted by: Lorraine & Marvin Kurtz (Cousin) on: Oct 18, 2015

  • Lou was my favourite customer when I worked at Safeway in high school . He delighted in giving us "young ladies" as he called us, a good natured "hard time". He was always friendly and never forgot to smile and chat whenever we met, so I was surprised and delighted to encounter him many years later when I was teaching at RRCC. My sincere condolences to the whole family, he will be missed. - Posted by: Mary Hinam (Old friend and coworker) on: Oct 17, 2015

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