Guy Joseph Hachey
The family of Guy Hachey sadly announce his peaceful passing at Pavillon Landry on 31 July 2022.
The eldest of eleven children of the late Hector and Yvonne Haché, Guy was born in 1934 in Georgetown (Parkton, NB). Guy lived and worked in Toronto, Hamilton and Tyngsboro, Massachusetts before returning back to New Brunswick. Guy had various occupations including truck driver, rink manager, carpenter and operating his own tile business. At the age of 70, Guy discovered his love for the game of golf. He also enjoyed many activities at the Club D'Age D’or Notre Dame de Grace. He thrived helping others and cheering his family on from the sidelines. Although he was a true Montreal Canadian fan, he greatly admired Sid the Kid.
Guy is survived and lovingly remembered by his wife of 34 years Nanette (MacAulay), his children Daniel (Leanna), Linda (Bryan) Taylor, David (Lynn), Landon (Leanne); step-children Tim (Fiona) Peacock, Nancy (Gerry) Laforest and Kathie (Darrel) Morice; grand-children Ethan and Amelia, Elissa and Niki, Erica, Brittany and Sara, Emogen and Ethan, Rebecca and Justin, Abbey and William. Also, his great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Siblings Gerry (Leona) John (Diane), Vernon (Ann), Lauza (Guy) LeBlanc, Leoline (Terry) Cormier and sisters-in-law Amy (late Eugene), Josephine (late Ronald), Géraine (late Ernest) and Del Dunbrack.
Guy was predeceased by brothers Peter, Eugene, Ronald, Ernest, Yvon and sister-in-law Brenda (late Peter).
During Guy's dementia journey his family would like to express their heartfelt gratitude for the care provided to him over the past eleven years by the dedicated and caring staff at Spencer’s Day program, Protem, and Pavillon Landry.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the NB Alzheimer Society would be appreciated or a charity of the donor’s choice.
Guy’s family will be receiving friends and relatives from 1-3pm on Saturday, August 6th at Cobb’s Funeral Home and Cremation Center, 330 Whitepine Rd, Riverview (869-2007). Masks are mandatory.
No soul remembered is ever really gone.