Jules Joseph Leroux

In Memorial

April 1934 – May 2013

Lived most of his life in Coquitlam, with the last 8 years in Maple Ridge. Predeceased by parents Marie Ange and Francis D’Assise, son Edward, brothers Stan, Ray, Leo and sisters, Margarite, Alice, and Rita. Survived by wife of 51 years Fidelia, daughters, Sister Esther, Monique (Dan), and son, Lou (Deb), five grandchildren and three great grandchildren, brothers David and Omer and sister Jeanne.
Jules was an insulator and worked in many parts of B.C.

Prayers & Funeral Mass
Prayers will be said on Thursday, May 30th at 8pm at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, 22561 – 121st Avenue Maple Ridge. Funeral Mass to follow on Friday, May 31st at 10:30 am also at the Church. In lieu of flowers donations to be made to Vanspec C/O Sister Kathy 2811 Venables St, Vancouver, BC, V5K 2R7 or Resident Council, Baillie House, Websters Corners, Music therapy, 11762 Laity Street, Maple Ridge, B.C, V2X7G5. Or a charity of your choice.

A special thanks to the caregivers of Websters Corners and Dr. Wong for the great care given to Jules in the last 3 ½ years. God Bless you all.

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  1. My dear, dear Uncle was tender so very loving and loyal.
    I will always remember his amazingly loving smile and his deep soft voice. He will always be with me and I treasure the wonderful Auntie I have because of his very good taste.
    Say hello toy Dad for me Uncle and I will see you on the other side.
    In the meantime I know you’ll be watching over us always. I will always remember when saying goodbye after a visit you would always say “Love you and pray for you”.

  2. If this is printed twice I’m ok with that. My dear ,dear Uncle I will always remember when saying goodbye you would say, in your soft deep voice’ Love you and pray for you. ” Thankyou for the terrific Auntie you gave me. I know you will watch over us and please hug my Dad for me.
    God Bless

  3. What great sadness to find out 3 years has passed that this great man passed on. My own fault for not keeping in touch.
    My heart goes out to all the Family, peace be with you all.
    I will never for get all the special times growing up as a child that my Uncle would eat my peas or beans for me. Sounds silly, but no one else would do it. Or the times in the garden when he would drop dimes in the soil and scratch it up with the rake for me to pick up.
    He had a special way with children and I will always remember and keep those memories near and dear to my heart. God Bless Uncle Jill, Love Karen

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