James Broomfield

2 septembre 1946 - 12 novembre 2014

Décédé à l'âge de 68 ans
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Mr. James Broomfield of Kilmar on Wednesday November 12th 2014 in his 69th year. Beloved husband of Audette Rouleau. Dear father of Lee Ann (Derek Berry), Colleen (Patrick Desjardins) and Jason (Angie Bates). Brother of Wayne. Also survived by 6 grandchildren; Amberly, Jessica, Caroline, Newton, Rhys, Weston, 3 great grandchildren; Kianna, Haylie and Tyson, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements entrusted to Desforges Funeral Home, 188 rue Principale, Grenville, QC (819) 242-2113. A private burial will be held at a later date. Condolences may be sent online by visiting www.desforges.ca.

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Défunt : James Broomfield, 12 novembre 2014

La famille désire vous remercier chaleureusement pour votre témoignage de sympathie à leur égard.
  1. Ronnie and Annette Provencal dit :

    Dear Audette and family:
    Our deepest sympathies on the passing of Jimmy. We have fond memories of him during our years living in KIlmar. Ronnie and him sure loved to talk to one another. He always had great stories and a great since of humour. Our thoughts are with you.

    Annette and Ronnie

  2. Ronnie and Annette Provencal dit :

    Dear Audette and family,
    We send you our deepest sympathies. We fondly remember Jimmy during our time living in Kilmar. Ronnie and him loved to talk to one another and we remember him for his great since of humour. Our thoughts are with you and your family

    Annette and Ronnie Provencal

  3. Audrey Stewart Cavanagh dit :

    Dear Audette, Colleen, Lee Ann, Jason & Families,
    It saddened us to learn of Jim’s recent passing. Our deepest condolences to you Audette, and to all of your family.

    Many memories of the past come to mind of Wayne & Jimmy when we were kids.
    My brother Eric & I spent a great deal of our time over at Aunt Annie and Uncle Fred’s.

    In those days long ago, we did not have a lot of toys to play with; but we would play the usual games that we could. Cops & robbers, hide & seek, cowboys & Indians. In the winter, we would build snow forts and have snow ball fights. When it was too cold, we would stay in the house helping Aunt Annie with her puzzles which she loved so much. Of course, we were also so happy when our Aunts would come from the city and bring along some of our cousins so we could have more playmates to have fun with.

    Today, I reflect upon many fond memories of our past; and of course I know that you have many, many more. . . So I hope that when you are thinking of them, they help you to maybe bring a smile or two, and that they also help you to cope with this most difficult time in your life.

    Rest assured Odette, that others are caring for, and thinking of you always.

    Audrey, Maurice & the Stewart/Cavanagh Families

  4. Diane and Clifton Nixon dit :

    Dear Jason and Angie, We extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family on the passing of your father. We will be thinking of you.

    Diane and Clifton Nixon

  5. Caroline Abran dit :

    Nanny, im so sorry, it seems too early for him to have gone. I feel at a loss of words, knowing theres nothing i can say or do to bring him back. But know that i love you both very much. We may not see eachother often but i do tresure every moment we have spent together and will always remember them. Christmas, camping out in the back yard, catching tadpoles and frogs, swimming, picnics and all the other good stuff. I always brag about how cool and bad ass my pampa is, im glad thats how we will always remember him.

    All my love and sypathies are with you Nanny!

  6. Hazel MacTavish and family dit :

    To Jason, Angie and all your extended family.

    We are so sorry for your loss. We extend our deepest sympathy to all your family at this very difficult time.

  7. Jean-Yves Filion dit :

    Dear Colleen,
    I want to express my deepest sympathies to you and your family for your loss. It’s always hard to lose someone you love, but he will always be there for you in your heart, he will be an angel to protect you and your family.

    You’re in my thoughts!

  8. Ray Cruise dit :

    to my good friend Lee Ann and all the Broomfield family, my most sincere condolences.
    death of a loved one is never easy, take solace in the fact that he is no longer suffering.
    may you & your family be spared further sorrow

  9. Lee-Fortier Family dit :

    Dear Lee Ann and all the Broomfield family!
    We want to express our deepest sympathies for the passing of your beloved father. Loosing a father, grand-father and husband is very painful and brakes our hearths. We feel like we cannot go on without him. In a way, it is true because we will never be the same after that loss. The time of grieving will slowly help you accept that your lives will go on and that you will be happy again, in some time in the future. Think of him for all he has done for you and thank him for that. Send him love to guide him in that new life and ask him to stay close to your hearths so you can feel consoled and at peace when you think of him. His love for you is eternal and can never disappear of your lives. He left you a lifetime of precious souvenirs that you will cherish forever. This is his inheritance to all of you. We hope to lift your pain, even for a moment and let you know that we understand your great sorrow. With all our love, xoxo Jocelyne and family.

  10. Sarah and Mark MacVicar dit :

    My sympathies to the family of Leeann , her mother and extended family !

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