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Joseph Lalonde

Joseph Paul Lalonde

January 15th, 1941 - January 25th, 2020
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Surrounded by his family at the St. Norbert PCH, our beloved Paul joined his mother Gertrude (Hudon), father Léon and brother Lucien and can finally rest in peace. He leaves behind his wife Geraldine (Rivard), children Jason Feal, Joelle (Mark) Hutcheson and Jocelyne Lalonde (Nathan Wikstrom), daughter-in-law Nikki Feal and grandchildren Kennedy, Mackland, Matthew, Audrey, Joséphine, Chloé and Rielle.

Paul loved people and valued relationships above all else. This was especially true when it came to his family. He never missed an opportunity to spend time with those he loved, cheering on his grandchildren in their various activities, giving amazing hugs and reminding us of his love every chance he had. Paul was happiest when sharing a meal with his family.

Paul was committed to his community. He was a member of the Reston Lions Club and the St. Norbert Parish Knights of Columbus where he served as Grand Knight and received many awards for his service. He never hesitated to help a friend or neighbour and was always the first person to visit a friend or family member in the hospital.

Paul was born in Zenon Park, SK, where his family owned a garage that housed a satellite Bank of Montreal office a few days a week. His father arranged for him to interview with the BMO and, right out of high school, he began his banking career in Arborfield.

Paul’s 38-year BMO career included the communities of Fox Valley, Domremy, Thunder Bay, Winnipeg Beach, Carman, St. Anne, Reston and finally Winnipeg. In his semi-retirement, he went on to work for the Caisse Populaire in Ellie, La Salle, St. Claude, Notre Dame de Lourdes and St Boniface. He held many positions, in various branches, but what stands out most was the value he placed on the connections he made with the people he worked for and with.

Funeral service will be on Saturday, February 8 at 11 am, at the St. Norbert Parish, with reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Paul’s memory to the Alzheimer Society of MB.

The family would like to thank the staff at the St. Norbert PCH for the loving care they provided Paul.
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Service Details

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    Saturday, February 8, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Saturday, February 8, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    St. Norbert Parish
    Address
    80 Rue St Pierre Street
    WINNIPEG, MB R3V 1J8
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Therese Dorge

Posted at 08:51pm
To Jocelyne - all my sympathies on the death of your Dad. I knew him only shortly, but I really appreciated him.
Please pass my condolences to the rest of your family.
Sincerely, Mme Thérèse Dorge.
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Shirley Paul

Posted at 08:10pm
Our sincere sympathy to Geri & family . I have many fond memories from working with Paul at the Bank of Montreal ,
May you Rest In Peace Paul . 🙏
Shirley & Terry Paul
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Debbie Belisle

Posted at 03:28pm
We too have very many happy memories of Paul as he too was our banker but mostly he was a good friend ....may precious memories help Gerri & family feel Peace & Comfort knowing that Paul will be missed by all..take care. Sincerely Duane & Deb ( Pipestone Hotel)
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Bruce A. Wilson

Posted at 03:10pm
My condolences to the Lalonde family
My interaction with Paul began at Reston when he was manager with the Bank of Montreal. He was my “lender” and I was a younger farmer looking to “borrow”. That went well. After a while our business appointments would be his last of his working day. Then we would climb the stairs to his home where we would enjoy a “refreshment” with Gerri. We also curled together and I was invited to curl with him at St. Anne’s bonspiel, along with Wally. Now that was a fun time!
Paul was a community minded person and always went the extra mile to help people.
May you Rest In Peace Paul

Bruce Wilson
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Nancy Schiltroth

Posted at 12:41am
Every memory of Paul brings with it a smile. Kindèst thoughts, LaLonde family.
Nancy Schiltroth
Reston
 
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Ben and Joan Veselovsky Posted at 11:13am

My sympathy to all Paul's family. I remember him as a proud parent and banker back in Reston days.
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