Rene Sylvio Nault

Born: Fri., May 31, 1940
Died: Thu., Apr. 23, 2015


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Rene Sylvio Nault  
A resident of Ottawa. Died peacefully at Manitoulin Health Centre, 11 Meredith Street E., on Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 at the age of 74. Born to Albina  Marier and Lionel Nault, at Greater Sudbury on May 31st, 1940. Cherished partner of Gloria Boudreau of Ottawa. Loved father of Kim Marshall (Darryl Eveleigh) of Little Current, Sherry Nault of Cowansville, QC., Steven Nault of Sudbury, Survived by Gloria's children Marc (friend Julia) Boudreau of Hull QC., Luc (Sherie) Boudreau of Ottawa, and Josee (Gyslain) Monbleau of Ottawa. Dear brother of Regine Delay of Sudbury, Diane (Greg) Giroux of Sturgeon Falls and Rollande (Eddie - predeceased) Demers of Barrie. Predeceased by his brother Ronald. Proud grandfather of Shanna, Shane, Jessica, Sierra, Isriall and Madison, Melanie, Tefanie, Karine, Deric, Zakary, Remy, Mathieu, Carter, Dylan, Alec and Jessy. Cherished great grandfather of Asher, Ayden, Issac, Colin and Maverik. At the family's request, there will be no visitation and no service. A private committal service will be held in Ottawa at a later date. Record your thoughts, memories and photos at www.islandfuneralhome.ca


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Diane Laurin Giroux...
   Posted Fri May 01, 2015
Deepest Sympathie to my brother Rene's family...Kim and Sherry and Steven....he will be miss, his time has come and I beleive he has accomplished all that God had planned for him. I was bless to have a fun brother with many good memories, I'm sure his Spirit will always be with me and he will always be with us....Rest In Peace...we will miss you forever and thank you for being part of our lives.....We will meet again one day!!!!!

Elizabeth D'Angelo
   Posted Tue May 05, 2015
We were so saddened to learn of René's passing. We have known René for many many years and he was always referred to as Grandpa at Kittawa camping in Limoges. He was a wonderful Grandpa and always had the most wonderful smile and laugh. He was always helping people out and a jack of all trades. Even though he suffered greatly with his back most of his life he would always have the biggest smile for all of his friends. I'm certain he will be missed by all that knew him, our very deepest sympathies to all of his Family.
Angelo and Elizabeth D'Angelo (Ottawa)

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