Patricia Belliveau

Obituary of Patricia Belliveau

With heavy hearts, the family of Patricia Belliveau announces her passing, which occurred peacefully on October 17th, 2021, at the Moncton City Hospital with her children at her side.  

Born in Memramcook, NB and a long-time resident of Sackville, NB, she was the daughter of the late Julien Belliveau and Stella (Dugas) Belliveau and she was pre-deceased by her brother Robert.

Patricia is survived by her children; son, Jason (Marie-Claude), daughter, Michelle (Bryan); her loving sister and brothers, Anita, Claude, Jackie (Roger), Lorraine, Phillip and Roberta (Val); her grandchildren, Mattigan, Nikola, Isabella and Kathleen, along with many nieces and nephews by blood and friendship and her beloved dog, Sadie Girl.

Patricia had a heart of gold filled with a youthful energy and always wanted to help those around her. She loved to garden, taking long walks with her dog Sadie Girl, spending time outdoors and especially enjoying the sun and air of the beach. She had the spirit of adventure and contributing to community near and far, from her work to support The Almond Tree Orphanage and Maria Gaba and Mpumelelo Daycare in South Africa, to her long-time work with the Rotary Club (named a Paul Harris Fellow), and joy of teaching aquacise and being involved in numerous theatre productions. Pat was a member of two Maritime softball championship teams, an active pickleball player as well as a long-time member and supporter of the Bob Edgett Boxing club.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of Campbell's Funeral Home 89 Bridge St, Sackville NB. In keeping with Patricia's wishes, there will be visitation at Campbell’s Funeral Home on Sunday, October 24, 2021, from 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm. The Funeral Mass will take place on Monday, October 25, 2021, at 11 am at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 125 Main Street, Sackville NB with Rev'd Fr. Craig O’Brien officiating.  

For those who wish to make remembrances, please donate to “The Almond Tree Orphanage” or “Maria Gaba and Mpumelelo Daycare” instead of flowers. On-line condolences and sharing of memories may be forwarded to the family through our website or by visiting the funeral home Facebook page.

Due to COVID-19 health measures placed on indoor gatherings by the government of N.B., all individuals 12 and over attending the visiting hours or funeral service will be required to provide proof of vaccination and a piece of government ID or proof of medical exemption. Masks are required.