Richard F. Doucette

22-May-1933 - 20-Jan-2021

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Posted by Larissa O'Reill | 27-Jan-2021

Our sincerest condolences to your family. May he now rest in peace at his wife's side and watch over your whole family. With all of our love, The O'Reilly Family

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Posted by Marlene Johnston | 26-Jan-2021

I will miss you very much, I am going to miss the talks we had over the phone. I remember visiting yours and Aunt Pams' house when I was a kid and loved every minute of our little life. There were many happy family moments and I was so lucky to be a part of your life. Thank you for being the man you were. Always in my heart and now your back with the love of your life Aunt Pam and my mom and dad. Another star in the sky shining bright. RIP Uncle Richard.

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Posted by Gina Letourneau | 26-Jan-2021

Such a very lovely gentleman. His family was everything to him. I’m sure his quiet presence and strength will be greatly missed. I’m so very sorry for your loss.

Gina, Ronnie, Ivy-Rayne & Zach ❤️❤️🙏🏼🙏🏼

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Posted by Pam Turner | 26-Jan-2021

Bob and I extend our sincere condolences to Cathy, Kim and Wendy on the loss of your dear father and to the entire family who will miss him immensely.

Richard was a great guy, so genuine, kind, generous and totally devoted to his family. We remember his warm, friendly smile, his engaging laugh and his positive nature.

I have happy memories of our many Christmas Day and New Year's Day dinners year ago that Richard and Pam would generously cook and later host as well for the family. I used to enjoy how Richard and my Dad, in the early years, would have competitions to see who could pile their turkey dinner plates the highest and then go back for seconds!
Only good memories of Richard; we will truly miss him.

With our sincere sympathy,
Pam and Bob Turner

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Posted by Tracy Coe-whalen | 26-Jan-2021

Our deepest condolences to the whole family. Wishing you strength for today for when you lose someone you love, you gain an angel you know.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family through this difficult time.
Tracy Coe-Whalen and Joan Coe

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Posted by Tracey Redding | 26-Jan-2021

My thoughts and prayers are with you all through this challenging time I have many great memories growing up and being part of your family fun
Keep your memories close to your hearts ♥️
Tracey

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Posted by Sandy DelGreco | 23-Jan-2021

My sincere condolences to the Doucette family
I worked with Richard for many years. Richard taught me a lot. He was a great worker and human being. I can still hear his laugh and see his smile.

Sandy

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Posted by Danny Martin | 23-Jan-2021

Uncle Richard, thank you for all the great memories, especially for being the first to take me to see the Toronto Maple Leafs at Maple Leaf Gardens in the 1970’s -I’ll never forget the game to this day we both witnessed that Saturday night Darryl Sittler scored 10 points versus the Boston Bruins -a record to this day...thank you for all the trout fishing every year in April on opening season day @ Kelso Conservation and the pan fried fish we enjoyed on North Carson when we got back... .the many sleep overs where I got the couch in the living room watching tv until I fell asleep...
Saturday nights with Hockey Night in Canada and the Toronto Maple Leafs on tv while we all played some “poker pool” in the basement during the cold winter months holds a special memory I will never forget... the many “treats” you gave me in my younger years (especially all of those hockey sticks you brought home from work one time) & not to be forgotten the ‘packs’ of hockey cards with all the gum!!!
I will miss you dearly ...Danny xoxo



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Posted by Deborah Fusco | 22-Jan-2021

There is love within our family tree and happiness abounds.
It’s roots are deeply planted in rich and fertile ground.

We enjoy the rays of sunlight, and endure the winds and rain, and when a leaf falls from our tree, together we share the pain.

God gave us earthly families and never did intend, the bonds of love built on earth, upon our death would end.

For when our life is over and from earth our souls are free, one by one, leaf by leaf they rejoin our family tree.

Uncle Richard may you be at peace in the arms of an angel, on your journey to be be Auntie Pam.

To all the family...peace be with you.

Deborah, Joseph & family xo


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Posted by Alan O’ Donnell | 22-Jan-2021

I worked with Richard for many years for the City Of Etobicoke. He was a great Teacher and a Mentor he will be deeply missed.
My deepest condolences to the Doucette family.

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