Jeanette Mary Charbonneau

Jeanette Mary "Janetta" Charbonneau

Tuesday, March 4th, 1930 - Monday, September 28th, 2020
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CHARBONNEAU, Jeanette Mary - Peacefully in hospital Shawville on Monday, September 28th, 2020 in her 91st year. Jeanette Charbonneau (nee Boudreau) of Pembroke, beloved wife of the late James Martin Charbonneau. Loving mother of Brenda, Catherine, Janice, Kimberley, Mary Beth, Bruce, Billy, Steve, and Laurence. Predeceased by sons Brent and Bradley, by daughter Jennifer, by sister Leona Boudreau, Edna Blimke, Mary Leroux and Marjorie Clouthier, and by brothers Wilfred, Alfred, Gerry, Rolly and Ernest Boudreau. Sadly missed by many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. Respecting Jeanette’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A Private Graveside Service will take place at a later date. As an expression of sympathy, donations to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. Arrangements by the
Neville Funeral Home
491 Isabella St., Pembroke, ON, K8A 5T8
(613) 732-7481
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Posted at 10:00am
Knowing that Aunt Jeanette is at peace and with her loved ones is very comforting I’m sure for all that loved her. She was my great aunt. Her and my grandmother were sisters. My mom Mae and her were lifelong friends. They had so many good times together and were very close. I have very fond memories of going to her house as a child. We always felt loved and welcomed there. Her house was always full of people,most of them were her children. Lots of cousins to play with. I remember being told numerous times to not go in the river at the end of their road. How could we resist there was a tire swing down there. We knew we weren’t allowed but we did it anyway and then we felt the raft of Aunt Jeanette when we got home. I was lucky to be able to visit with her a few times when she lived with my Uncle Doug and Aunt Joanne. I was so happy that she was there with them. She was happy and well cared for. . We had a lot of laughs, she loved to play cards and still had a great memory when I saw her last. Hugs to all who loved her. She will be greatly missed. Love Candi (Hogan) Peck xoxox

Karen Lubbers

Posted at 04:28pm
Deepest condolences from Aunt Joan (Charbonneau) and family.

Mae Carroll

Posted at 01:04am
It is with great sadness in my heart as I try to put into words the long friendship I shared with my Aunt. We worked hard and we laughed hard, especially on my visits with her and her kids...we always had a good time.

She loved to play Joker Rummy and was always up for a game with Uncle Gerry.

Everything I know about the domestic arts I learned from Aunt Jeanette...she could peel a potato so thin that you could see through the peel. She taught me so much.

Before COVID 19, I would visit her spending weekends at Doug & Joanne's playing Romoli and talking long into the night. They gave her the best love and care over the last 4 years and treated her like a Queen. I can only hope in my last days to be lucky enough to have that level of care.

When I couldn't visit over these past few months I 'd send my love and goodnights through my nightly calls with Doug. Her last 2 weeks in the hospital, I'd ask Mary Beth to hug and giver her my love.

So long my dear Aunt, my dear friend. As I write this I'm humming 'Alleycat and Wheels' (a private joke shared between us).

Love you forever,


Ryan Charbonneau

Posted at 11:48am
Grandma miss you already. Wish I could have seen you one more time before your passing. Just glad you aren’t suffering anymore love and miss you always

Randy Kruschinske

Posted at 07:58pm
To the Charbonneau family So sorry for your loss and may God bless you all.

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