Jocelyn Jean-Guy Heroux

November 29, 2019 7 Condolences Print Obituary

On November 27, 2019, Jocelyn (Joss) Heroux passed away at the age of 72 years.

He is survived by his daughter Angele, sisters Jacinthe (Larry) Mask and Pierrette (Viktor) Terbovc, brothers Rejean (Eloise) Mario and Pierrot (Jennifer), sisters-in-law Henriette Christenson and Lucienne (Raymond) Birn, brothers-in-law Denis (Betty-Ann) Lefebvre, Rene (Carol) Lefebvre, Roger (Debra) Lefebvre, Gilles (Vicky) Lefebvre, Leon (Wendy Reed) Lefebvre, and Bernard (Gail) Lefebvre, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and many other family and friends.

He was predeceased by his loving wife Cecile, brother Jean Pierre, mother Dolores Turcotte, father Riel, sister Suzanne Robertson, father-in-law and mother-in-law Benoit and Lillian Lefebvre, brother-in-law Leo Christenson, and sister-in-law Melanie Lefebvre.

Celebration of Life
December 7, 2019, at 10:00 a.m.
Trinity Funeral Home
10530-116 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta.

  1. Our dear Brother in law. You will be missed, you always had great tips and ideas on how to fix or repair things.. A Very talented person with a great sense of humor as well.
    You were an inspiration on how you looked after Cecile when she developed Dementia.. Thank you again for your patience and consideration to Cis.
    Hugs and prayers Angele and family.
    Love Aunty and Uncle 💕

  2. Condolences to Angele and all Jocelyn’s family and friends. Our greatest memory of Joss was his love for Cecile “Cis” and how he took care of her and loved her through Alzheimers. He showed us the definition of true love and commitment to his wedding vows of through sickness and in health. One of the kindest men known. He loved with passion. We well miss you our dear brother-in-law. From Gilles and Vicky

  3. Joss was a great guy to know, wonderful smile and infectious laugh. He will be missed. We are so sorry for your loss.
    Barb & Jerry

  4. Such sad news. We will pray for him and all of you the family. What a nice guy he was, always fun to visit with. We will miss that smile and sense of humor for sure. God Bless you Josh and you get to be with Cecile again. A comforting thought for us.

  5. Truly sad news as we read of Jocelyn’s passing. He was a great man and husband to have spent all the years he did looking after our cousin Cecile. May God receive him well for all his devotion. We will pray for him as he unites with Cecile once again in God’s Kingdom.

  6. Our thoughts and prayers. 🙏💛

  7. My sincere condolences to you Angele and the family. Lots of love and many hugs. Your parents were so loving to all of the Lefebvre family, for which we appreciated very much, over so many years. Leo and I really enjoyed the many visits, card games and later, the many months your world was changed because of our invasion and healthy cooking for six months. Thank you so much Angele.

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