Russ (Homes) Hamelin

July 26, 2016 8 Condolences Print Obituary

On July 21, 2016 Russell Hamelin passed away.  Russ is survived by: his wife Shirley; sisters: Margaret (Jack) and Joyce (Ron); brothers: James Albert (Shirley) and Douglas (Gina).  Russ is predeceased by: his parents Joseph and Yvonne, sisters: Pauline, Martha and Mary as well as his brothers (twin) Henry, and Francois and Jacques.

 

 Graveside Service
Saturday July 30, 2:00PM
Joussard Cemetery

 Celebration of Life

Saturday July 30, 3:00PM
Joussard Homesteader's Hall

  1. My deepest condolences to Shirley and the Hamelin families.

  2. R.I.P uncle Russ!
    I will always carry you in my heart and my thoughts. You will never be forgotten. And remembered always and forever with me and my kids as crazy uncle Russ! ie: (homes)
    Remembering how you always brushed your long hair of your shoulders and slapping your belly…always made us laugh! Every time we came to visit! Xoxoxo

  3. ‘I will miss you Russ” Love you ! – Rest in peace

    • Russ I will miss you Home Boy. Never a dull moment with you never a bad word never and always a good time laughing at your antics you were one of a kind.

      But most of all a Dam good friend, We will meet again and if they have a cold beer store we can have a couple. Rest easy Rest peace full.

      As Ever Wolfman

  4. My uncle rassscalll was one of the greatest. He wasnt only my uncle, but a dear friend too. A protecter and always there for me. A man that lived his life to the fullest! Never a dull moment when in his presence and never a sad time. He had a spectacular personality and being with him was extraordinary. Having him in my life was paramount. A very profound person. I appreciated him very much. And every memory I have of him, going over moments in my life, experiences, remonising – has brought big smiles to my face and big vicerol laughters. Most of all, tears of love.

    Thank you uncle for all your love. I will never forget you holmes.

  5. Crazy Uncle Russ !! I think that is how we all remember you. Always joking and laughing. You’re Home now Homes. Go Rest High on that Mountain. RIP

  6. Really miss the adventure stories of Tar Zam while hanging aound a campfire. R.I.P. Uncle.

  7. he will be missed by all. he was a good man. happy to have him as a brother-inlaw

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