In Celebration of

Olive May Guilbeault

April 16, 1922 -  November 8, 2020

Olive May Guilbeault passed away peacefully at Westwood Retirement Home on Sunday, November 8, 2020 at the age of 98. She was predeceased by her late husband Eugene. She will be sadly missed by her loving partner, Daniel Kinisky. Dear mother of Janice, Eugene Jr., Stephen (Shirley Wicks), Karen (Norman Richard), and Rose Marie. She will be missed by her grandchildren Jennifer, Lori, Shawn, Jason, Keri Ann, Brian, Chantal and Gina. She has 17 great grandchildren and 7 great-great grandchildren. She will also be missed by her nephew, John Hall, Oxford, England. Due to the ongoing pandemic restrictions, there will be a Private Family Graveside Service at Pinecrest Cemetery for immediate family only held on Friday, November 13th. Donations can be made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation.

"Mom, you will be forever in our hearts".


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Karen & Norman Richard (Mother)

Entered November 12, 2020 from Cole Funeral Services

You were such a wonderful and caring mom. We are sure gonna miss you. May you rest in heaven. Love you very much and will never forget you. We will be thinking of you every day.💖💗💗 Rest in peace Mom

Kim Deevey (It's complicated)

Entered November 13, 2020 from Kemptville

My deepest condolences to the entire family. She will be remembered as a fierce, strong and determined lady. I remember fondly the great family get togethers over the years. Remember to be there for each other, it's your support and caring presence that will help each of you. Much love, Kim xoxo

The Maloney Family (Family In laws)

Entered November 13, 2020 from Kanata, Ontario

We are sending our deepest condolences to each and everyone of you. Please know we are thinking of you . With all of love
The Entire Maloney Family

Keri Rousson (Grand-daughter)

Entered November 15, 2020 from Ottawa

We will miss you very much Nan/GG. Keep watching over us from Heaven! Love Keri, Paul, Ayva and Miah


Entered November 20, 2020 from ottawa

my condolences


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