Chris Jubenville Obituary, Death – At the moment, Shaunna Jubenville can be found making Ohio her permanent residence. Her death is mourned by her surviving siblings, which are as follows: Doreen (Fred) Faubert of Wheatley, Bernice (Edward) St. Pierre of Pain Court, Jeannette (William) Yeck of Ridgetown, Linda (Robert) Lozon of Pain Court, Edward (Eileen) St. Pierre of Mitchell’s Bay, Vincent (Pearl) St. Pierre of Grande Pointe, Gary (Georgette) St. Pierre of Courtright, and Larry (Bernice) St.
We were shocked to read of the demise of Marilyn Joyce (St. Pierre) Jubenville, and our hearts go out to each and every one of her family. Please accept our sincere sympathies. During this most difficult time, we want you to know that you have our most sincere condolences and prayers. We are thinking about you. Know that we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
At this point in her life, she was well into her sixties and had lived the entirety of her life in the neighborhood of Wallaceburg. She had been a resident of the area since she was a child. She passed away on April 13, 2015 at University Hospital in London, without having to go through any suffering or distress in her final days. Her passing was peaceful. The departure of her grandmother will also be tragic for her grandchildren, and she won’t be quickly forgotten by them.
They will always have a soft spot in their hearts for all of Mum’s grandchildren, including Jessica (Ryan) Bunyak of Sudbury, Justin and Jordan Jubenville of Grande Pointe, Adrien, Lisette, and Natalie Gagnon of Belle River, Valerie and Joshua Jubenville of Comber, and Shaunna Jubenville of Ohio. Home for Shaunna Jubenville is inside the boundaries of the state of Ohio.
When she was still in her mother’s womb, both of her parents, Irene (Thibault) and Harvey St. Pierre, had already left the nation to pursue new opportunities. She was the result of the couple’s sexual activity together. Her children, Chris (Linda) Jubenville of Courtright, Ron (Brenda) Jubenville of Grande Pointe, Ken (Julie) Jubenville of Comber, and Joyce (Gabriel) Gagnon of Belle River, will remember their mother with great affection and will suffer a great deal from their loss. After she passes away, even her grandchildren are going to miss her and frequently reflect on the times they spent with her.