Normand Joseph Ferrier D’Aoust

January 7, 2021 4 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with heavy hearts we announce that on the early morning of December 26, 2020 at the age 78, Normand D’Aoust, loving husband and father went home to be with his Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Normand Joseph Ferrier D’Aoust was born on April 12, 1942 in Carlton County, Ontario and lived in St. Catharines, Ontario from 1964 - 1980 and then in Hinton, Alberta from 1981-2012. Then he and his wife Gwendolyn lived in various areas in Alberta before residing in the Edmonton area for the remainder of his years.

He had many passions including playing baseball, singing in a gospel quartet, riding motorcycles and hunting. He also enjoyed health and wellness, massage therapy, reflexology as well as read many nutrition books.

Norm had a zany sense of humour especially at family gatherings. He liked playing pranks and clowning around.

Norm was pre-deceased by his mom and dad, Ida (Chapman) and Frederick D’Aoust, brothers and sisters, Jacqueline, Remi, Pierrette, Andre, Micheline, Helene, Adrien, June, and Louis and by his grandson Brandon Rybak.

He is survived by his wife Gwendolyn Ross Bartling D’Aoust, sister Claire, brother Claude, daughters, Cindy D’Aoust, Teresa D’Aoust, and Bonnie (Brad) Rybak, stepchildren Hermann, Susie and Marlin (Denise) Bartling. He also leaves behind 13 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren.

  1. Such a beautiful reflection and legacy of a grand man of God.

    Like my mother Pierrette, I pray he was greeted by his twin brother as he made is way to his eternal home.

    May you find peace in this time.

  2. Very sorry for your loss.

  3. Wir sind tieftraurig einen so feinen Menschen verloren zu haben. Er war immer höflich nett und hilfsbereit zu mir.. Wir werden ihn immer in unseren Herzen behalten. Möge er sich da wo er jetzt ist wieder fröhlich und ohne Scmerzen ruhen.

  4. Praying for comfort and peace for all through your knowing and loving our heavenly Father. Seems like we, in time, just remember all the good times we had with our parents, other loved ones and friends. God’s way of bringing us the comfort and peace we need. God bless.

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