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ROGER PAUL TELLIER (published on August 15, 2009)



ROGER PAUL TELLIER It is with immense sadness that we announce the passing of Roger Paul Tellier on Thursday, July 30, 2009 at the age of 55 years. Roger will be forever loved and remembered by his brother Gerry (Bev); sisters, Annette (Eugene), Lucy (Danny) and Jo Ann (Randy); his nephews and nieces, J.P. (Diane); Kirk and Michelle; Rene, Rachelle and their Mom, Brenda; his two great-nephews Austin and Cael; and many wonderful aunts, uncles and cousins. Roger's dear friend Joey and her son Ryan, as well as his good friend Glen share our sorrow at this time and are appreciated for everything they have done. Roger's furry little four legged buddy Mack also misses him dearly but is being very well taken care of. We take great comfort in knowing that Roger has joined family members who have predeceased him, our Mom Elsie and Dad Aurel (2006), our brother Ronald Rav (2004) and our brother-in-law Martin (2001). At his time of passing Roger was employed at Air Canada as an Aircraft Mechanic and had been there for more than 20 years. Roger was a man of many passions; in particular cars; to which there were many great ones over the years and some wellnot so great, yet his passion remained. In keeping with Roger's wishes, cremation has taken place and a private gathering will be arranged at a later date. For those who wish in lieu of flowers donations can be made in Roger's memory at a charity of your choice. We will miss you Snoger ! Man In The Mirror When you get all you want and you struggle for self, and the world makes you king for a day, then go to the mirror and look at yourself and see what that man has to say. For it isn't your mother, your father or wife whose judgment upon you must pass, but the man, whose verdict counts most in your life is the one staring back from the glass. He's the fellow to please, never mind all the rest. For he's with you right to the end, and you've passed your most difficult test if the man in the glass is your friend. You can fool the whole world, down the highway of years, and take pats on the back as you pass. But your final reward will be heartache and tears if you've cheated the man in the glass. ~Anonymous~


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