Ambrose Thomas Trudeau

Born: Sat., Aug. 4, 1962
Died: Thu., Jul. 9, 2020

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Ambrose Thomas (Bruce) Trudeau
Also known as "The Chosen One"
Ebbenaaniimid Mshkwaadebesheke
Dancing Buffalo
August 4, 1962 – July 9, 2020

Bruce peacefully passed away
at the Wikwemikong Nursing Home.

Beloved son of the late Ambrose and Edna Trudeau

Cherished father of Jonathon, Victor, Alexandria, Julius, Jesse and Harmony.

Brother to siblings
Brenda (Vern) Wabie(both predeceased),
Urban (Marina predeceased) Mejaki,
Theodore (predeceased), Neil (predeceased),
Boniface, Wilfred (Marie), George, Craig (Fay)
and special sister to Monica Mejaki.

Special Godfather to Joseph Mejaki,
Zachaeriah Williams-Trudeau and Daniel Mejaki

He will be missed by many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Throughout his years Bruce was an avid goalie,
first starting out on the pond near the family home, some knew him as "The Chosen One" which he took great pride in the name. He played for various hockey teams in the community of Wiikwemkoong
He worked for Jerry Twain as a tree planter which they developed a strong friendship that lasted throughout the years. He also went on to Apple Picking and Pruning in Thornbury. In his latter years he moved into the logging industry which he loved.

Bruce enjoyed attending Pow Wows
whether it was to sing or set up to be a vendor.
Baa maa pii Zhew

Family and friends will gather
at St. Ignatius Church in Buzwah
Visitation
Monday, July 13, 2020 at 1:00PM
Funeral Service
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 11:00AM
Cremation to follow

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Lisa Trudeau
   Posted Sat July 11, 2020
My deepest condolences to all the Trudeau family. I’ll always remember how my children enjoyed when Bruce would come over and play with them and the little nicknames he had for his nieces and nephew, Christine, Rachel, Ashli and Kodi.

Janice Trudeau
   Posted Thu July 16, 2020
My condolences to the Biisnenh clan and all who loved him. I got to know of him via hockey when he played with the Hillbillies and local hockey league. I heard and could imagine his voice when he was asked to play over other local goalies for some tournament. "Me, I AM The Chosen One." I was able to relay that message to his wife at their wedding celebration at his family home on Neyaashing. I Congratulated them and her on being his "Chosen One." The Hillbillies had many victories due to his prowess in the net. I was impressed that he stopped drinking alcohol for a better quality of life. May he Rest In Peace

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