Guest Book for Paul Arthur Bureau

Provided by Valley Funeral Home

Posted by: ERIC J WALKER
Sun August 11, 2019
SORRY TO HEAR OF PAULS PASSING. I WAS MARRIED TO MARTHA BEAUCHAMP FROM CHALK RIVER, SHE PASSED  A NO OF YEARS AGO! WE USE TO VISIT PAUL AND HIS WIFE IN GATINEAU, QUE BACK IN THE LATE 60, S 70, S WGEN WE WERE JUST MARRIED...
 

 
Posted by: Mary Ann & Randy Tennant & Family
Sun August 11, 2019
Dear Theresa, Jacques, Janet, Richard and all Paul’s family and friends. We were saddened to learn of Paul’s passing. He was such a kind and caring soul and will be truly missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.  Sincere sympathies, Mary Ann & Randy Tennant & Family
 

 
Posted by: Jacques
Mon August 12, 2019
You are free
my father,
you are free.
Run, laugh
and sing out loud,
you are free.
Find your little boy, Michel.
Kiss him for us,
give him our love.
Don't worry about us.
We will live and keep you
alive in our hearts until
we all meet again.
You have shown us what true courage is.
You are our champion,
you are our hero.
 

 
Posted by: Bonni Morel
Mon August 12, 2019
Deepest sympathy on your loss Aunt Theresa and Cousins Jacques and Richard.  His pain is over and with the angels.
 

 
Posted by: Desmond G.
Mon August 12, 2019
Mom and I will miss him very much. He was such a nice man. Mom loved when you made that bell hum and ring in the back court.
My deepest sympathies to you all. I'm sure he enjoyed all the time you spent with him. You don't see that kind of devotion too often. May he rest in peace.
 

 
Posted by: Rev John Vaudry
Mon August 12, 2019
Paul was much loved at the soup kitchen run by the Society of St Vincent de Paul at St Columbkille's Cathedral in Pembroke. When I first volunteered there five years ago he was the master dishwasher and I assisted him by scraping the dishes and handing them to him. He was amazingly fast at his work as well as good! He would joke that the rest of us would have to take a special course to learn how to do the dishes the way he did.
Since he came from the Beauce and I was from near Sherbrooke, we had things in common, and I would try to speak some French with him from time to time. My French was far from being as good as his English!
It was interesting to hear him tell of his work in the maple syrup industry, too. Paul was indeed very religious. I can picture him praying among the volunteers at the soup kitchen and I also have a memory of him walking in the Ecumenical Way of the Cross on Good Fridays. We'll miss him.
 

 
Posted by: Daniel Bureau
Tue August 13, 2019
Aunt Theresa and Cousins Jacques and Richard, my deepest sympathy for the loss of Uncle Paul. I remember him as always being cheerful and uplifting as well as being kind hearted. He will be missed also by the community he helped and served. His place in Heaven is secured where he will be at peace.
 

 
Posted by: Carolle Bilodeau Williams and Francine Bureau Bilodeau Hunter
Tue August 13, 2019
Our deepest sympathy to the family of Uncle Paul Bureau.  My mother has been telling me good stories of Uncle Paul when they were growing up. Making him seem happy and always helpful.  After his stroke he and Aunt Theresa prayed the Rosary each day. His oldest sister, Francine, genuinely loved him especially for his faith throughout his life.
God be with all the family.
 

 
Posted by: Martha y Mussa
Tue August 13, 2019
Oh mi hermano Jacques, lo siento mucho por ti y tu familia. Dios los bendiga a todos. Él está en un lugar mejor ahora. Espero que estés bien. Usted está en nuestras oraciones. Nuestras condolencias.
 

 
Posted by: Claude & Darla Bureau (Sons Brendan & Corey)
Wed August 14, 2019
Aunt Theresa, Jacques & Richard.

Please accept our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences in the passing of Uncle Paul. We always loved listening to Uncle Paul speak, always with genuine enthusiasm. He will be missed by all who had the good fortune of crossing his path. Rest in peace Uncle Paul....
 

 
Posted by: Lynn Bilodeau Bramlett
Wed August 14, 2019
I'm very sorry to hear of the your loss.  My memories of Uncle Paul are of a very nice man with a beautiful smile for everyone of us as we visited from Jacksonville Florida.  My mother, Francine Bureau Bilodeau who is a sister to Uncle Paul, was reminiscing last night and came to tears often as we spoke of him and your family.  Our condolences and love to all of the family.
 

 
Posted by: Dave Morel
Thu August 15, 2019
So sorry to hear of Paul's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. Have peace in knowing he is in a better place.
 

 
Posted by: Barb and Arthur
Thu August 15, 2019
We are sad to see Paul has left us. We miss him very much. We loved seeing him everyday.
He was such a nice man. We give our deepest condolences to Theresa, Jacques and Richard.
May he rest in peace.
 

 
Posted by: Joe Noble
Thu August 15, 2019
A Prayer for You.

I said a prayer for you today,
And know God must have heard.
I felt the answer in my heart
Although He spoke no word.

I didn't ask for wealth or fame,
I knew you wouldn't mind.
I asked Him to send treasures
Of a far more lasting kind.

I asked that He'd be near you
At the start of each new day,
To grant you health and blessings
And friends to share your way.

I asked for happiness for you
In all things great and small,
But it was for His loving care
I prayed the most of all.

Rest peacefully Paul. I will miss you my friend. My thoughts are with your family. God bless you.
 

 
Posted by: R. Robillard
Fri August 16, 2019
Mes plus sincères condoléances à la famille de Paul. C'était un homme si gentil. Très attentionné envers les autres. Il est maintenant au paradis en compagnie de notre Sainte Mère.  On se souviendra de vous.
 

 
Posted by: A friend at Marianhill
Fri August 16, 2019
I will always remember Paul as the man with the hat. Always smiling, always laughing. He was good at playing bean bag toss and throwing that ball with his son. There is a certain chipmunk in the back yard that will miss him very much. My heartfelt condolences to his family. You are good people. May God grant him eternal peace.
 

 
Posted by: Roly, Brett, & Travis Bureau & Lori Turner
Sat August 17, 2019
Uncle Paul was my Godfather and I always remember his thoughtful Christmas gifts, especially the football one year. I ended up playing high school football, maybe because of that ball. I remember the beautiful home he built on the Gatineau River. Although we did not see him much in recent years, I'll always remember him as a fun loving, energetic person, who loved people. He reminded me of my Dad so much. We will miss him and the world is now a little emptier without him.
Our hearts go out to Aunt Theresa, Jacques, and Richard, and may God be with you in your time of grieving and healing.
 

 
Posted by: Joanne Bureau
Wed August 21, 2019
Mes plus sincères condoléances à toute la famille.
Mes pensées sont avec vous tous. Perdre un être cher n’est jamais facile mais c’est ça la vie.  Une chose est certaine, il restera toujours dans vos cœurs, dans vos pensées, oui il y restera toujours. xxx
 

 
Posted by: Clayton Kelly's Family
Sat August 24, 2019
We're so sorry to hear about Mr Bureau's passing. Dad was his roommate for a short time at Marianhill.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time and may God rest his soul with Him.
 

 
Posted by: Cindy and Lawrence Lachance
Tue September 03, 2019
Aunt Theresa, Jacques (Janet) and Richard please accept our deepest condolences of Uncle Paul.  We are thinking of you at this time.