Class of 91

Sherrie Summers
Sherrie Summers yearbook

“Nought is so small that it may not contain the rose of pleasure – or the thorn of pain.”

Destiny: I don’t know!!!
Probable Destination: Never finding out!
Weakness: Nice cars
Pet Peeve: Salesmen at Le Chateau
Claim to Fame: My split personality
Memories: “He called me twice!” – remember that Tan?! Du vieux Port, pow-wos, MR, TS, AP, and all those crazy times with the Triangle.
Top Song: All of My Love – Led Zepplin
Greatest Fear: Seeing someone’s face in my window at night
Activities: Seeing Neil, riding around

SUMMERS, Sherrie 

In Chateauguay, on March 18, 2019, at the age of 43, Sherrie Summers passed away. She is survived by her children Theresa (Joshua), Rebecca, Jacob and Tyler, her parents Sidney and Apryle, her grandson Roderick, her siblings Mark, Kathy, Robert (Karine) and Kenny (Cynthia), her cousins, nieces and nephews, and other relatives and friends. A commemorative service took place on March 21 at the Alexandre Nicole Complexe Funéraire in Châteauguay. In her memory, donations can be made to the Hope & Cope Foundation of the Jewish General Hospital.

Kenneth Jay Diabo

Kenneth Diabo“I didn’t do it, nobody saw me do it, you can’t prove anything.” – Bart Simpson

Destiny: Technical Draftsman
Probable Destination: Home with my parents
Weakness: Race cars. Dry
Pet Peeve: Snobs, fakers
Favourite Expression: Anyone want to play the game?
Activities: Skiing, the game, work, chauffeur
Greatest Fear: Not winning the game
Top Song: The Star Spangled Banner
Memory: Learning to ski

Kenneth Diabo old
Kenneth Diabo Jr. passed away on October 10, 2014 at the age of forty-one years. He is survived by his parents, Margaret and Kenneth Diabo Sr., his sister Valeria (Ronald), his niece Rebecca, his nephew Troy, his godparents Billy and Colleen Diabo, many uncles, aunts, relatives and friends. Resting at Poissant & Deer Funeral Home, Kahnawake. Funeral on October 13 from the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Kateri Memorial Hospital Foundation would be appreciated.