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Born: Jul 20, 1954

Date of Passing: Jul 29, 2021

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July 20, 1954 - July 29, 2021

Aimé Joseph André Le Floch passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 29, 2021 at Cowichan District Hospital in Duncan, BC, after a long 10 year battle with cancer.
Aimé was born July 20, 1954 in Notre Dame de Lourdes, MB. He joined the Canadian Armed Forces when he was 17 years old. His career as a Physician Assistant had taken him to many parts of the world including Egypt, Germany, Bosnia and Yugoslavia as a United Nations Peacekeeper. Throughout his career, Aimé received many distinguished honours including Priory of Thanks in the Order of St. John Humanitarian Aid for providing aid, comfort and care to Kurdish refugees; Commander-in-Chief Citation for the opening of the airport in Sarajevo; the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem; as well as various Peacekeeping Medals. Upon retiring from the Regular Force in July 1996, Aimé went to work full time as the Regional Cadet Medical Liaison Officer for the Canadian Cadet Organization in Quebec, Northwest Territories and Winnipeg, MB. After serving many years, Aimé retired in October 2010. Upon release from the Forces, he and his spouse retired at Lake Cowichan, BC.
Aimé is survived by his spouse, Theresa (nee Keck); son, Jacques; daughter, Julie (Martin Verret); stepson, Jonathan (Darcey); and grandsons: Vincent-Xavier, Thomas, Mathias; granddaughter, Stella; and William. He was predeceased by his mother and father as well as by sister, Lucille and brothers, Norm and Ron.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Dr. Paul Terlien for all the care given over the years, as well as the CDH staff for the comfort they provided to Aimé during his last week.

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 31, 2021

Condolences & Memories (6 entries)

  • To the family of Áime, my condolences. Áime was a dear friend in the 70s in the west end. We took Áime to the Air Force Base in St. James when he joined the military. I am sorry to say we never saw him, again! I am so sorry to hear of his passing, and send my prayers to Áime & his family. Rest In Peace, Áime & thanks for your service. Robert - Posted by: Robert Mohr (Old Old Friend ) on: Aug 08, 2021

  • Sincere condolences to the Le Floch family. Aimé was a patriotic soldier who served his country with honor and distinction. I was fortunate to have known him and may he rest in peace. Out of respect for Aimé, I render a "Long Slow Salute". - Posted by: Paul Dufault (Friend) on: Aug 01, 2021

  • Thank You For Your Service .R.I.P. - Posted by: RUSSELL GLEN MCRAE (Vietnam Vet) on: Jul 31, 2021

  • I will miss one of the greats of our time. R.I.P. Mr. AIRBOURNE Ron & Karen Elson - Posted by: Ron (Friend) on: Jul 31, 2021

  • Dear Theresa and family, our deepest sympathies in your loss. He was a great person. He gave us good memories when he organized our family reunions on the farm in St. Claude. Even if far away he will be in our prayers. - Posted by: George& Elaine LeFloch (cousin) on: Jul 31, 2021

  • My deepest sympathy to the family as you remember Aimé. - Posted by: Roseline Dheilly (Family friend ) on: Jul 31, 2021

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