Angeline Cayer

Angeline Cayer

Wednesday, October 18th, 1933 Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

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Obituary for Angeline Rolande Cayer (Fouquette)

Angie had an interesting and varied life, from her teens working as a nanny to the children of the French consul in Vancouver, to working in a plywood mill, then work in retail. Eventually she moved with her husband Bert and children to the Cariboo where they owned and ran a country store and gas station.

In her 40's Angie took courses in order to change direction, finding work for the RCMP in Williams Lake as a dispatcher, then for Corrections/Parole Board in the lower mainland where she spent the rest of her career, retiring at 60. Angie and Bert were happy hosting family and friends at their place at the lake, and enjoyed several motorhome trips into the U.S. and across Canada. In her retirement she also volunteered with the Cancer Society, driving patients to their medical appointments.

Angie enjoyed playing poker, cribbage, Bingo and Scrabble. She was pre-deceased by husband Bert Cayer and a foster son Robert Garbitt. She will be missed by her children Corinne (Roth), Larry, Carmen, Claudette (Bejtovic) and their families.

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    Thursday, May 9th, 2019 | 11:00am
    St. Helen's Catholic Church
    3860 Triumph St
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    Thursday, May 9th, 2019

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Paul Tremblay

I was just made aware of auntie Angies passing. She was an amazing person, so loving and always loved a good Friday night of cards with family. I hadn't had the chance to see her for the past 4-5 years which I regret. I love you auntie Angie very much and know you are looking down watching over us with uncle Bert.
Comment | Posted at 02:12pm via Condolence

Pauline Osadchuk

Dear Corrine..Carmen...Larry and Claudette and families:
So sad to hear of your Mom's passing. She was very near to my heart. Have many wonderful memories of her and your Dad, especially when they were in the Cariboo. Always kind and genuine. She will be dearly missed. Sadly I will not be able to attend her funeral but you will all be in my heart and prayers ❤ Pauline and Brian Osadchuk
Comment | Posted at 07:48pm via Condolence

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