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Henry Belliveau


Henry Belliveau

Henry Lucien Belliveau, 88, of Moncton, passed away on Friday March 26, 2021 at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont UHC. Born in Saint John, he was the son of the late Lucien and Marguerite (Gallant) Belliveau.

Henry retired from the City of Moncton where he worked as a heavy equipment operator for over 30 years. He was a member of the Club d’Âge d’Or for several years where he also did a lot of volunteer work and was nominated as Volunteer of the Week on Live at 5 in 2008. He was a very humble, kind and caring person who loved helping others. He loved fishing and his favorite pastimes were playing pool and playing cards as often as he could. He also enjoyed playing cribbage with his friend, Cécile Mazerolle.

He is survived by his daughter, Annette Belliveau (Donald); his granddaughters: Nicole Belliveau (Brent) and Julie Belliveau (Alexis); one brother, Peter (Clara); as well as several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his wife, Clarice "Gladys" née Cormier (2002); his special friend, Edna Gallant (2019); one sister, Géraldine; three brothers: Emile, Gerald, and Arthur.

Special thanks to Diane Boudreau and all the kind and caring staff at Bellevue Residence on Chartersville Road in Dieppe who took very good care of him during the last five months; and special thanks to the caring and compassionate nurses of the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont UHC.

The family will receive condolences at Frenette Funeral and Cremation Centre, 88 Church Street, Moncton (858-1900) on Wednesday from 2 to 4 pm only. Due to the pandemic, face coverings are required and a maximum participation of 50 people at a time with social distancing regulations are in effect.

The funeral service will be celebrated at Notre-Dame-de-Grâce R.C. Church, 858 Mountain Road, Moncton on Thursday April 1 at 11 am. Interment will be in Our Lady of Calvary cemetery, Dieppe. In memory of Henry, a contribution to a local food bank, homeless shelter or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.


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