In Celebration of

John (Jean) Brazeau

October 24, 1932 -  March 4, 2018

BRAZEAU, John (Jean) - Passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the age of 85. Predeceased by his beloved wife Barbara (nee Jacobs). Cherished father of Ron (Heather), Don (Shelley), Vivian and Brent (Marie). Loved grandfather of Kristy (Chris), Tim (Rachel), Courtney, Anik, Mark, Allison (Danny), Michelle, Kelly and Renée, and great-grandfather of Leo. Son of the late Joseph and Eveline Brazeau. Will be missed by all his brothers and sisters, as well as nieces and nephews.
Friends and Family are invited to visit at Beechwood, Cemetery and Funeral Services, 280 Beechwood Avenue, Ottawa from 6 – 8pm on Wednesday, March 7 and from 10am Thursday, March 8, until time of Memorial Service in the Sacred Space at 11am.


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Jocelyne Brazeau-Després (Distant cousin)

Entered March 6, 2018 from

I was very saddened to hear of "Uncle" John's passing. I saw him a little over a year ago. He was in great spirits and regaled us with stories of the past. We had such a memorable visit! He will be missed.

So sorry for your loss.

Denis Brazeau (Nephew)

Entered March 7, 2018 from London ,Ontario

To Don ,Ron ,Vivian.and Brent our sympathies.John was instrumental in making us feel part of his family. He and Barbara were very hospitable and loving.We were very fortunate to share life with a Special cousin , Denis

Aurele Jacobs (Uncle/ Nephew)

Entered March 7, 2018 from Toronto

To all of the family,
Sincere condolescenses, my thoughts are with you,
Always loved my uncle Johnny, only good memories of him as a kid, in Timmins, Ottawa and at the cottage,
Will always remember his food,
All my love,

Kelly Harrison (Uncle)

Entered March 7, 2018 from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Viv, Ron, Don, Brent and very sorry to hear of Uncle Johnny's passing. I have numerous fond memories from a kid at the cottage, picking blueberries for every kind of dessert possible, all the highschool trips where I somehow left the class and ended up at your house, and the best memories, as an adult and the times spent visiting and then chatting on the phone with him....looking at the beautiful photo's you posted, it shows Love and Family, over and over...he lived a happy long life, but now I think of him being happy and back with Aunt Barb....your in my thoughts and prayers. Love Kelly


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