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Bobby Lajeunesse

May 15, 1977 - May 16, 2015


On May 16, 2015 Bobby Lajeunesse of St. Vincent, formerly of Calgary & Sault Ste. Marie, ON., was in a tragic accident and passed away suddenly at the age of 38 years.  He is survived by his loving wife, Christine & their two boys, Jack & Nicholas; parents, Roger & Nicole Lajeunesse of Sault Ste. Marie, ON.; sister, Jenny (Sean) & their daughter, Madison of Caledon, ON.; in-laws, Lois (Richard) Dargis & their children, Sean & Lisa, Robert (Kathy) Arteau & their children, John & Scott; Christine’s grandparents, Helen Willison, Faith Simmons & Pépère Pierre Dargis; uncles, aunties, cousins & many friends. He was predeceased by his grandparents. Bobby graduated from the Environmental Technology program at Sault St. Marie College in 1999 & that same year moved west to Calgary to pursue a career in the Oil & Gas industry where he was successfully employed with a number of companies. The move to Calgary resulted in the best thing to happen in Bobby’s life, when he met his future bride Christine in 2000. They were married in July, 2006 & from then on family became the focus of his life. In his spare time, which was often limited, he enjoyed the outdoors, especially camping & fishing where he could spend time relaxing with family & friends. Bobby always looked after his body & he loved to hit the gym to lift weights. He took his bodybuilding to an elite level & in 2003 participated in a number of competitions. As he liked to say, “Stay shredded”. In addition to these many interests, as a young boy Bobby learned the skills & passion towards woodworking & carpentry from his father, Roger. He liked nothing more than to tackle a project with his dad. In 2013, Bobby, Christine & the boys moved to the farm near Glendon, Alberta & immersed themselves in rural life while pursuing Oil & Gas. Bobby enjoyed farming with his in-laws, Richard and Lois, and looked forward to Christine’s home cooked meals that reminded him of his mother, Nicole’s cooking. Bobby passed on his passion for sports to his sons & young Jack has become quite a hockey player. The two of them shared his undying devotion to “les Habitants” (Montreal Canadians) which Jack will carry with him forever. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, May 25 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Paul Cathedral, St. Paul, Alberta. Reverend Father Gerard Gauthier will be the celebrant with Reverend Victor Kim from Grace Presbyterian Church, Calgary. Cremation will follow, with inurnment in St. Vincent Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. Vincent, Alberta at a later date.  In lieu of floral tributes, donations may be made to Jack & Nicholas Lajeunesse c/o 5626 – 51 Street, St. Paul, AB. T0A 3A1.  To send condolences online, please visit www.gracegardensfuneralchapel.com.  


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From: Grace Gardens Funeral Chapel Staff

Grace Gardens Funeral Chapel Staff send our condolences to family and friends.

From: Gordon & Louise Dunning
Relation: knew the dargis family

He lived a life that he enjoyed; from his message we get all that is said. He was a man of love and enjoyed his family so very much. It is with sadness that he left so suddenly. We do no chose when we die. God is in control , We send our most sincere condolences to the family and especially Christine and the boys. God will be there and Bobby is in heaven with his Lord looking down on his family on earth.

From: Dianne and Eric Everitt
Relation: business

I send you my prayers and thoughts at such a sad and difficult time. Bobby was the nicest guy and so mature, always enjoyed talking with you two. Don’t know what else to say, stay strong, even in your tears, because Bobby was a strong man, emotionally and in his relationships. Dianne and Eric Everitt

From: Hannan Lambert
Relation: Acquaintance

I can’t express how saddened I am for you and your family. Your story has stuck with me for months Christine. God bless you and those sweet boys. May Bobby rest in peace.

From: Nuala Doherty
Relation: Friend of Jenny & Sean

Jenny, thinking of you & your family.
Love, Nuala

From: La famille Jacques Barrette
Relation: family

We wish to send our condolences to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time.
La famille Jacques Barrette

From: Tom and Bettina Callary
Relation: extended family

We are sending our heartfelt condolences to Christine and family for your tragic loss. Marilyn and Ricky passed on your news. Bobby died far too young and our thoughts and prayers go out to you. We are particularly saddened to think of the loss for Jack and Nicholas, who share such close birthdays to our girls. We are sure they will have Bobby forever in their memories as a wonderful and loving Dad.
Sincerely, Tom, Bettina, Anneka and Julia

From: Ryan & Joanne Kellough
Relation: through Grace Presbyterian Church

Deepest condolences to you and your family, Christine. We are so very sad and sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

From: Richard Cooper and Debra Smith
Relation: Family Friends

We are so very very sorry to hear about Bobbie’s passing. Our hearts go out to Christine and the boys, as well as Bobbie’s extended family. His actions spoke louder than words on the importance of family, friends and living life to the fullest. He will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with everyone during this difficult time.

From: Diane Bessette

May Bobby rest in peace and lignt and may he give you all from Heaven all the courage you need . He is surely an Angel beside God watchin over you ! May you all be Bless

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Service Schedule

  Funeral Service

Date & Time:
May 25, 2015
Beginning at 2:00pm

St. Paul Cathedral

St. Paul, AB Canada

St. Paul, AB Canada

Memorial Gifts

In lieu of floral tributes, memorial donations will be gratefully accepted to:

Jack & Nicholas Lajeunesse 

c/o 5626 – 51 Street, St. Paul, AB. T0A 3A1


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