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July 18, 1935 - February 28, 2024

In loving memory ~

With broken hearts the Tremblay and Stewart families announce the passing of Jack. He was a "Jack of all Trades" and a Master of it all. We will forever miss his smile and the sound of his laughter.

He built a Houseboat, an airboat, portable sawmill and restored old British cars. He loved his puppies, travelling, and enjoyed telling a good (or bad) joke. He was also responsible for the spider kills needed. Flying his Seabee aircraft was one of his greatest joys.

Jack was born in St. Fulgence, Quebec and relocated to Peace River, Alberta at the age of 9 where the family homesteaded. In the early 1960's, Jack moved to Prince George to operate his crane with construction work at the pulp mill.

Jack and Carol met in the 1970s when they started on their journey of life together. They moved to Campbell River to pursue the next adventure and bought a commercial fishing boat. Jack always said it was the funniest way to lose money. The boat was sold and they moved to Duncan for the next 26 years. During this time they made many special and lifelong friendships. This time was also when Jack and Carol started "The bucket list"--checking all the boxes except for Jack's wish to go into outer space.

The final move for Jack and Carol was to return to Prince George in 2012 to spend more time with family; as the great-grandchildren had begun arriving.

Jack is survived by his soulmate and partner of 50 years and 9 days, Carol Stewart; their children Cindy (Bob) Baur, Debbie Chadwick, Cheryl Stewart, Marty (Lorie) Stewart, Gerald Tremblay, Russell (Jaylyn) Stewart, Daryl Tremblay; his four grandchildren Nathan (Raelyn) Voulgaris, Samantha (Mike) Lodge, Courtney (Devon) Cleverley, Novara Chadwick; his seven great-grandchildren that he adored; sisters Bea and Lizette as well as many nieces and nephews.

The family is grateful to those who cared for Jack including Dr. Wooldridge, Rainbow Day Centre, Internal Medicine, Primary Care Unit, Jen (our Palliative Care Nurse) and especially all the staff at Jubilee Lodge who became a family to us.

A Celebration of Jack's Life will be held on Saturday, April 6 at 11:00 am at ECRA, 1692-10th Ave, Prince George, BC.

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Service Details

Celebration of Life
Saturday, April 6, 2024
11:00 AM
ECRA, 1692-10th Ave, Prince George, BC