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Edward Gagnon

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Funeral services for Edward Gagnon, age 61, of 900 Lake
Street, Ogdensburg, will be held on Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 10:00 a.m.
at Notre Dame Church with Rev. F. James Shurtleff officiating.   Burial
will be in Pine Hill Cemetery.  Calling
hours will be held on Friday from 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Frary
Funeral Home.  Mr. Gagnon passed away
September 16, 2008 at Fletcher Allen Medical Center in Burlington, VT.



Mr. Gagnon is survived by his wife, Sue Ellen; his mother,
Alice Nicholas, of Gouverneur; six daughters, Bobbi Jo Gagnon of Ogdensburg,
Paula Gagnon and her fiancé, Brent Mourick, of Morristown, Margaret Gagnon of
Syracuse, Nancy Dulmage and her husband, Michael, of Morristown, Sherry Jones
and her companion, Joe Delino, of Syracuse, Amy Raven and her husband, Rich, of
Ogdensburg; two sons, William of Ogdensburg and Edward Gagnon, Jr. and his
companion, Jean Shaver, also of Ogdensburg; six brothers, Edgar (“Butch”)
Gagnon of Phoenix, Arizona, Ronald Nicholas and his wife, Kathleen, of
Gouverneur, John Nicholas and his wife, Sherrie, of McKee, TX, Antonio Nicholas
and his wife, Luba, of Seattle, WA, Richard Nicholas and Kenny Nicholas, both
of Gouverneur; three sisters, Shirley Horton of Ogdensburg, Pauline Woods and
her husband, Ronald, of Gouverneur, Kathy Knowlton and her husband, Michael, of
Gouverneur; three stepchildren, Jeffrey, James and John Ward all of Ogdensburg;
several grandchildren and several great grandchildren.

Mr. Gagnon was born in Ogdensburg on April 15, 1947, the son
of William and Alice LeMay Gagnon.  He
attended St. Mary’s Schools.  He first
married Betty Lou Simmons on December 16, 1966 at the Wesleyan Methodist
Church.  That marriage ended in
divorce.  He then married Sue Ellen
Nichols on July 14, 1979 at the United Methodist Church in Ogdensburg with Rev.
Martin Ayer officiating.  Mr. Gagnon
first worked for St. Joe’s Mine in Belmont, NY.
He later became the manager of the Edge of Town Garage in
Ogdensburg.  He later went to work for
Steve Trimm as truck driver.  Mr. Gagnon
enjoyed spending time with his friends, bowling, playing pool, horseshoes and
darts and fishing, camping and hunting.

7 Condolences

  • Walter Huecking Posted September 18, 2008 4:18 PM

    My deepest condolences go out to the Gagnon Family and especially to my good friend Ed jr. and his family. I had the privilege to meet Ed only once and found him to be a terrific gentleman. But his son told me a lot about him and I followed his illness with sadness. May he be in peace now and may God bless the family and be with them in this time of sorrow.
    Walter Huecking, Belleville, ON, Canada

  • Sherry Steacy R.N. CHMC ED Posted September 18, 2008 11:27 PM

    My condolences to you Sue & family. Ed was a fine man and a lucky one to have so many people who love him so much.

  • Sara Jeneault R.N.C.M Health Servives of NNY Posted September 19, 2008 7:12 PM

    My deepest sympathy to Sue, Bobby Jo and family. Ed’s wonderful sense of humor and caring soul always brightened my day. I was lucky to have been welcomed into your home and you will all be in my thoughts and prayers.

  • William Posted September 21, 2008 9:27 PM

    My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. I’m very sorry to hear about your Dad. He is now at rest and in a better place. I’m sure he is looking down on all of his family and friends who miss and love him.

  • Tonya Gagnon Posted September 22, 2008 12:09 AM

    Sorry to hear about big Ed. From what I have been told by my father(George Gagnon) and mother(Sue) he was a good guy. He is no longer in pain and is at peace.

  • Amanda Posted November 19, 2012 9:58 PM

    miss u papa everyday <3

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