Mass of Christian
Obituary of Darrell Bourque
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our brother, Darrell Bourque, which occurred on Friday, September 13, 2019 at the Saint John Regional Hospital after a period of failing health. Born on December 27, 1957 in Saint John, he was the son of the late Gerard and Doreen (Arsenault) Bourque.
Survived by his brothers: Edgar (Corrine) of Saint John, Gerald (Louise) both of Rothesay, Mark (Freda) of Rothesay, his sisters: Janice (Leroy) Dukeshire of Saint John, Carol (Leonard) Carvell of Kingston Peninsula, Linda (Raymond “Moe”) Myers of Kingston Peninsula, Deborah (Donald) Snodgrass of Rothesay, Diane (Dan) McIntyre, Jean Bourque, Cindy (Brian) Furlong, Theresa Bourque and John Dignard all of Saint John and Darlene (Kenny) McFarlane of Jeffries Corner of Sussex, NB, many nieces and nephews and Great totalling 100 and members of his extended family, along with Friend/Cousin Gary Earle and Jimmy Flynn..
Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his brothers: Ronald, Wayne and Allan and one nephew, Joseph Noel Connell and niece Crystal Bourque. Darrell was a loving son, brother and uncle and will be sadly missed by all.
The family would love to send a special thank you to the Staff of Maritime Manor Care Home and the Doctors and Staff of the Saint John Regional Hospital.
Resting at Brenan’s Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, Saint John (634-7424) where family and friends are invited to visit on Monday, September 16, 2019 from 2:00 – 8:00. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated from the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 91 Waterloo Street on Tuesday, September 17 at 12:10 with interment to follow at St. Joseph’s.
For those who wish, remembrances may be made to Epilepsy Canada, Oncology Department of the Saint John Regional Hospital or to the Children’s Wish Foundation. Online condolences can be placed at www.brenansfh.com
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