I wanted to share all of the people that have reached out today
Jeffrine LeBlanc he will always be my favorite uncle and i will miss him dearly .R.I.P. uncle OVILA
Ricky Leblanc I met him when i worked my 15 years at pier 99..
Really awesome funny guy..
He always made me laugh..
Rip my trucker friend.
Joanne LeBlanc my deepest sympathies to you. Ovila lived across the road from me in Petit-Cap and he was a very kind hearted sweet man. May he rest in piece
Jeffrine Walton He was a very special man . He will be missed by many. He was mom,s brother and remember lots of kitchen parties when he would come home on holidays from Toronto . We will miss you forever uncle Ovila . Rest in peace xoxoxoxo
Maxine MacKay-Somers I'm so sorry for your loss. I used to cut your dad hair. Such a lovely man. Rest Easy Ovila xo
Barbara Brewster My deepest condolences Lynn, Huge hugs sent your way, dad told me yesterday when I was there.. Thinking of everyone, much love sent xo
Vivian Brewster So sorry to hear about Uncle Ovila he will be sadly missed. My heart goes out to all of you in this time of need.
Kimberly Maillet Sorry for your loss ; Your dad was my neighbor growing up ; i bought my childhood home again when I was 20
And I remember he came over to see so so amazed i was 'all grown up now' this is almost 10 years ago now ..
He was a nice man .. I could always go sell him my chocolate bars from school fundraisers ..he'd always buy 2 ..and give me 1 to eat
Louise Jacob My heartfelt sympathies sent to you. Your dad was a very beautiful and loving soul
Evelyn Fraser Oh Dora Lynn I’m so very sorry I just heard the news this morning , about your dad , and our uncle Ovila, , My internet was down a few days , I texted uncle Richard and he replied this morning . I’m am so very sorry , this is such a very sad time , I hope you have so much love that can surround you at this time in life . This covid virus has made everything so difficult for your family and friends and all your loved ones to be there for and with you To share their love to you , A father , a dad a grandfather , a great man and a husband , Ovila had such a great smile , energy and a love for fishing . Arrived at the farm for such a short visit , to venture out finding the nearest river .He was such a wonderful man , He will be missed , loved ones are missed so badly in our presence but our heart will carry the love and you’ll have memories that will last forever , They are always at our side Our guidance Please give my love to you ,and your family and all the friends that have known your dad ,our uncle Ovila Our condolences to you and your family and all your loved ones . Take Care And I’m so very sorry
His name was Dad to me but everyone called him Ollie and everyone loved him. He had the best smile and when he laughed it was contagious. I remember camping with my Dad, him singing around the campfire, Fishing and the smell of the fish fry afterwards. He even went rollerskating with me and my friends and he really could skate. My Dad loved to go snowmobiling although I was not a fan, I hated the cold I would go whenever he asked. He would listen and not judge. When he was younger he enjoyed hunting and fishing trips with his family and friends. When ever there was a party he loved to play his guitar, mandolin, fiddle he loved bonfires. He especially loved kitchen parties in his eyes there was nothing better than a down-home kitchen party. He enjoyed gardening very much and both my boys Micheal and Conner loved eating out of his garden. Both of my boys have very fond memories of him they hold dear to their hearts. He may not been the "at home every night kind of Dad" but when he was really needed he was there. He was there for his extended family he loved his bothers, sisters, all his nieces and nephews. His grandchildren held a special place in his heart. He was a kind loving man and he was my Dad and I will miss him very much. I hope you get your wish of coming back as a beautiful bird. Every time I see a beautiful Blue Jay or a Yellow Finch I will think of you. Your loving Daughter Dora Lynn.