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The Mercier police department has learned that Jayson Laxson, third victim in the head-on collision in Mercier, succumbed to his injuries on the night of Sunday to Monday.
Mr. Laxson was seriously injured in the accident that occurred on October 14 on Saint-Jean-Baptiste Boulevard in Mercier. His wife, Jennifer Gibbins, was also killed in the accident as well as Alain Gagnon, who was driving a second vehicle.
“Few women admit their age; few men act it.”
Probable Destination: The circus
Weakness: SA, Disney animals, hugs
Pet Peeve: Separtists, being ignored
Favourite Expression: Freakshow, PLEASE (right SA!)
Claim to Fame: My eyes, always being at the end
Top Song: Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion
Greatest Fear: The dark, death
Activities: Shopping, speing time with Shawn, hanging out with the GT’s and the guys
Memories: 19-01-96, GTs, The Escape, Wildwood ’96, Regal Princess (what a dream, eh Elen?). Thanx to my family and friends (at least the ones that stood by me). I wouldn’t have made it without you guys! Special thanks to my sweetheart (you know who you are) for loving me through the good times and the bad. You’re the best! Good luck to Boys, NL, and of course MK in Calgary. TTFN Y’ALL
1979 – 2015
At such a young age and after a lengthy illness, it is with very heavy hearts that we must announce the passing of Kristy, loving wife of Derek Lockwood, Cherished Daughter of Jim and Susan Zizian, Mother of her cats, Oakley and Lexi, as well as all the loving relatives of the Zizian, Wilding and Lockwood Families, and the multitude of friends that are too many to mention. We also can’t begin to thank enough, the support and loving attention over the many years, received from her Doctor and Friend Dr. David Langleben, Lydia and the Cardiac Pulmonary Staff at the Jewish General Hospital. Funeral Service was held on Saturday, October 24, in the Chapel at Collins Clarke MacGillivray White. In lieu of flowers, Donations can be made in memory of Kristy Zizian, to “Pulmonary Hypertension Fund”, care of the Jewish General Hospital.
Published in The Gazette from Oct. 22 to Oct. 23, 2015
“It’s not a beer belly, it’s a cover for my organ.”
Destination: Police Officer
Probable Destination: Gym Teacher
Weaknesses: Freeman’s, 222, Mise au jeux
Pet Peeve: Hangovers, Canadiens fans
Favourite Expression: Ode
Claim to Fame: Wardog
TS: Bad girls
Greatest Fear: Growing old, liking the Habs
Activities: Playing hockey, shooting pool, hanging around with CD, DA, SF, DL, PM, partying with the boys, my dirt bike eh Tim, thanks Dad, Mom and Nan
WARD, Jarrod Wayne
Suddenly on March 16, 2014, Jarrod Wayne Ward was tragically taken from us. He will be deeply missed by his parents, Lynda Kilpatrick (Donald), Wayne Ward; fiancé, Samatha Matticks (Braden); son, Ethan Piszar; sisters, Kelly (Kristian), Shannon (Adam); step-brothers, Jean-Baptiste, Carl (Jesse); nephews, Brayden and Madden, (his little donkeys) and niece Kennadie, all his relatives, friends and co-workers, too numerous to mention. “Know that Jarrod was loved by many, kind to all and will always be remembered as a good man.”
On Saturday, March 22, 2014, in Chateauguay, at Yves Legaré, we invite family and friends to share in an open eulogy at 11:00 a.m.followed by a Celebration of Jarrod’s Life.
Published in The Gazette, March 19, 2014
CN employee dies in work accident
Posted on 3/17/2014 by Richard Deschamps, CJAD News
A 34-year-old CN rail worker was killed Sunday evening at the Taschereau Switching Yard in the city’s west end.
The man was crushed between two train cars at around 9 p.m. It appears he was at the controls of one of them and attempted to perform a reverse maneuver when the train went off the rails.
He was pronounced dead on the scene by paramedics.
The work accident took place on federal land, so the federal labour department will handle the investigation.