Edward Joseph Fauchon

FAUCHON

Edward Joseph


Passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family on December 30th, 2002 at the age of 85. He was a devoted husband, wonderful father and grandfather, who lived a full life and had many stories to tell. He is predeceased by his 6 sisters, 4 brothers, and his grandson Michael. He will be fondly remembered by Mary, his loving wife of 61 years; daughter Elaine (Bruce); sons Don (Sharon), Ken (Joyce), Larry, and Joe (Audrey); grandchildren: Tammy, Dean, Darren, Laura, Sheila, Christopher, Chase, Joshua, Clayton, and Kaitlyn; great-grandchildren: Larissa, Ryan, Hayley, and Chloe; as well as many other family and friends.

Ed was born in Meyronne, Saskatchewan on October 23, 1917. He was the youngest son born to Napoleon Fauchon and Demerise Bissonnette. They moved to BC when Ed was 19, and he has since lived and worked all over BC, finally ending up in Campbell River in 1963. He has worked in many different trades, including mining, painting, and welding, as well as being a millwright foreman for 16 years in Port Alberni. Many Campbell River residents will remember Ed from his many years as co-owner of Fauchon Engineering. He also served in the Air Force for four and a half years during World War II. His favorite pastime was fishing, and he will always be remembered for his humorous and lively fish stories. He was an honorary member of the Knights of Columbus, and was a Minister of the Eucharist who did lay services for the residents of Yuculta lodge.

The family would like to thank the staff at the Campbell River Hospital for their kind support and respectful care.

Family and Friends are invited to attend a funeral mass being held Monday, January 6th, 2003 at 11:00 am at the St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church 34 South Alder Street, Campbell River.

In Lieu of flowers, donations to the Campbell River Hospital foundation in Ed’s memory would be greatly appreciated.

We thank you for being such an important part of our lives, your strength and beauty lives on and shall never be forgotten.