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CHARRON – Claude

May 5, 1948 – June 23, 2010

Claude Charron passed away peacefully on Wednesday June 23, 2010 at the age of 62 years.

He will remembered by many and leaves behind his loving wife and best friend Sandi; his son Corey (Yoshiko) and his daughters Jodi Saletto (Bart) and Kristine Bailey (Paul) and seven grandchildren: Shouko, Yuusuke, Takumi, Nicholas, Ryan, April and Nolan; his step-son Aaron.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, June 26, 2010 at 1:30 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 284, 606 – 38th Ave, NE, Calgary. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com.

In living memory of Claude Charron, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Chapel of the Bells, 2720 CENTRE STREET NORTH Telephone: (403) 276-2296.

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  1. Cheryl Platt (Gardner) :

    Sandi, I am so sorry that your time with Claude was cut so short. I hope to get to know you better soon, you meant a lot to him and he loved you dearly. To Corey, Jody and Kris, your dad will be sadly missed by me and and a lot of family, he was dear to us all. Love from cousin Cheryl and Aunt Thelma and our families.

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  2. Pam Collins & Jim Edgar :

    Sandi our thoughts and prayers go out to you and family at this difficult time.

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  3. Rita Popowich :

    To Claude’s family from his work (Crosstown Heating) family, we are so sorry. Claude will be missed. This is a copy the notice we sent out to all Crosstown employees this morning:

    Claude Charron:
    We are very sad to report fellow worker Claude Charron peacefully passed away Wednesday morning, June 23, 2010, at the Peter Lougheed Hospital.
    Claude had been in hopsital for the past few weeks while medical staff tried to determine the cause of his illness.

    Claude was the first Crosstown employee hired in Calgary by Jack Connors in the late sixities. Claude moved on to work for other firms and operated his own business. Recently Claude was a foreman for Crosstown on the Children’s Hospital, Child Development Centre and Bow Valley College.

    Our condolences to his family and wife Sandi during this difficult time.
    Glen and Rita Popowich

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  4. Dear Sandi,

    Our sincerest sympathies on Claude’s death. Although, I never met him I’m sure that you both brought each other immense happiness. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Aaron and Claude’s family. Please don’t hesitate to call if I can do anything for you.

    Kim

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  5. Andrea Van Dongen :

    Dear Sandi, Corey, Jodi and Kristine,

    We wanted to let you know that even though we can’t be with you in body, we are with you in thoughts and prayers. Hugs and Kisses to everyone.

    We send our love, and will keep in touch.

    love, Andrea(Claude’s Niece), Lambert, Jenn and Chris

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  6. Dentrix Dental Care- Dr.Wong :

    To Sandi and Family
    We mourn your loss and wish you peace.
    Claude will be remembered by all of us here at Dentrix Dental Care(Market Mall)

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  7. Rene Charron & Reggent Charron :

    I am sorry to hear of our brother claude. I was not able to attend memorial at the legion as I was out of town at the time. Our sympathies go out to his wife and family.

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  8. Peter Knowles :

    Sorry for your loss, I worked with Claude for two at Bow Valley College, and it was an enjoyable experience. He will be missed.
    Peter Knowles

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