In Celebration of

Claire Imelda Bouchard

February 13, 1938 -  October 19, 2020

Claire Imelda Bouchard passed away peacefully in a serene, loving environment to be with the Lord on October 19, 2020 after a long struggle with vascular dementia. Born February 13, 1938 in Noëlville, Ontario. Beloved wife of the late Gerald Bouchard. Survived by her children Lucille (Tom), Adrienne, Terry (Phil), Rose (Tom), Helen (Paul) and Dee along with her grandchildren Hélène, Jay, Tom, Alex, Candice, Steve, Claire, Jen, Peter, Tiara, many step-grandchildren, and her great- grandchildren Maxom, Arlo and Reagan. Sister of Andrew (Isabelle (Runet)) St. Louis and Daniel St. Louis. Predeceased by her parents William and Adelaide (Gauthier) St. Louis and siblings Edgar St. Louis, Denise Snider and Opal Klempay. Claire will be missed by all including many nieces, nephews and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting anyone wishing to donate on behalf of Claire please send a donation to her church at (Bridlewood Community Church of the Nazarene) or Carefor Please note that there will be no visitation; however, anyone interested in viewing the funeral service online should contact the family.


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Michelle Trudel (Mich) (Mrs. Bouchard was like Mum to all of us girl's at St Pius X & her daughter Rose is like a sista to me)

Entered October 24, 2020 from Ottawa

My deepest condolences to all the Bouchard family & extended family. To my (sista) Rose, my heart breaks for you, I know how hard you tried to get back to see your beautiful Mom. She's now watching over you from heaven & she's your angel dancing amongst the stars. Look up for the brightest star & she'll guide you. All my love, hugs & blessings🙏 always my beautiful friend ❤

Ed & Pauline Hiscoe (Friends of Helen)

Entered October 25, 2020 from Ottawa

Hi Helen:

My deepest sympathies. Call if you can 613-749-4401


Ernie and Marlene Dance (Friend and Neighbour)

Entered October 27, 2020 from Ottawa, Ontario

To Lucille, Adrienne, Terry, Rose, Helen, and Dee, as well as all other family members:
We're so sorry for your loss. When we think of Claire, we remember a wonderful friend and neighbour with a great smile. She was always ready to help out in the neighbourhood in whatever way she could, even though she had a busy household of her own to care for. She and her very special family added much joy to our lives down through the years. She will be missed by everyone who knew her. Our love and prayers are with you.


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