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FRANK DELORMIER

 

Frank Delormier passed unexpectedly at The University of Ottawa Heart Institute on June 4, 2017 at the age of 64 years. Frank was born November 25, 1952 in Cornwall, Ontario. He was the loving father of Nathan, Eric, Mindy (Dave), Hannah Delormier, Deanne Jackson (Elliott), Corleen Jackson (Tracy) and chosen son Travis Cole. Cherished grandfather of fourteen grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Loving brother of Leo (Lillian), Amos (Gail), Donald (Tamara), Charlie, Josephine Gabriel (Donald), Rosemarie White (Dave), Laura Morris (Lewis), Darlene and Sonia Delormier. Frank was predeceased by his parents, Angus Delormier and Monica (nee Thompson) Delormier, three brothers, Peter, Joe and Antoine and one sister Linda. Former husband of Doreen Bero.

Resting at 50 Angus Delormier Memorial Road, Akwesasne, Ontario, on Wednesday, June 7 from 5pm. Mass of Christian Funeral will be in St. Regis Church on Friday at 2pm. Interment at Kateri Cemetery.

Frank was an ironworker with the Local 440, a former member of the Hogansburg Akwesasne Volunteer Fire Department, Station 2, and a former employee of the Seaway International Bridge Corp. Frank also owned and operated F.D. Fencing, Frank's Marina and Delormier Confectionary.

Frank was an avid fisherman and a true outdoorsman. He hosted numerous fishing derbies, water regatta races and snowmobile races. He was a natural when it came to sports, trying everything once. He started the 34 Racing Team as a driver, then passed the torch to his son Nathan.

Frank could always be found by the river with his numerous friends and buddies. Whether it was cleaning fish, entertaining or just relaxing by the fire, he was always surrounded by company and had a Tim Horton's in his hand.

Funeral arrangements under the care and direction of Lahaie & Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Homes, West Branch, 20 Seventh Street West, Cornwall, 613-932-8482.

As expressions of sympathy, Memorial Donations to the Hogansburg Akwesasne Volunteer Fire Department would be appreciated.

Messages of condolence may be left at http://www.lahaiesullivan.ca

 

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