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1938 - 2024


June Ann Dubois, in her 86th year, passed away peacefully in hospital at St. Jerome, Quebec, March 30, 2024.

Born on June 11, 1938 in Montreal, Quebec, she was the daughter of Bella Lallemand (nee Ogilvie) and Francis Lallemand. June was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Gerard Roy Dubois, her partner later in life, George Watchorn, her sister, Mary Laker, brother, Francis Lallemand, and beloved son David Michael Dubois (1965-2005).

June is survived by, loved by, and will be missed by daughter Sheryl Dubois (Richard Carruthers); cherished grandchildren Elizabeth Dubois (Nora) and Emma Dubois; her dear sister Patricia Stanowski (Alphonse) and sister-in-law Judith Lallemand (Frank Lallemand); her nieces and nephews Kenneth (Kelly), Jason (Lisa), Amber (Justin); Michelle, Sue (Wayne), Matthew, Gerry (Edwina), Valerie and David; and, her dear forever friends Annie Mechtl, Leona Boyer, and their dog, Buddy.

June is known to her friends and family as a helper – someone who wouldn’t let you down, whose door was always open; someone prepared to ride the rocky road with you until the very end – wherever that may be.

In her community, June is known as a loyal volunteer and effective fundraiser. Over the past fifty years, June volunteered with a variety of non-profits in Morin Heights including the three churches, the cemeteries, the local bowling league, the annual Thanksgiving turkey dinner, the school lunch program, the Legion, Branch 171, and many other local organizations.

June served in many capacities. June held several board seats over the decades, organized successful fundraisers and always tried to attend fundraisers and/or donate to the other causes of the day. Perhaps most memorably, June could always be counted on for a big supply of sandwiches – some egg, some sockeye salmon (not the cheap stuff); all on white bread, buttered to the edges all the way around, crusts cut off, and sandwiches cut in four – for anyone’s event.

June got to know the children of the community during her many years driving a school bus for the local elementary school. June got to know the citizenry working the polling stations in many elections, both federal and provincial.

June Ann Dubois will be remembered as a devoted, outspoken and helpful community member, a loyal friend; and a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. Her kindness and thoughtfulness will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. Rest in Peace.


June will be cremated and laid to rest this summer, with her son David Dubois, at Hillside Cemetery in Morin Heights. A private celebration of life will follow.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Hillside Cemetery.

The Hillside Cemetery Inc., 19, rue Hillside, Morin-Heights, QC, J0R 1H0.

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Thank you for your support at this time.

Lieu des condoléances

Maison Trudel inc.

400 Place du Curé-Labelle

St-Jérôme, J7Z 5L3

Lieu du service funéraire

Maison Trudel inc.

400, place du Curé-Labelle

Saint-Jérôme, J7Z 5L3