Katherine Dennique

Obituary of Katherine Joyce Dennique

Peacefully at the Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Good Friday, April 10, 2020, at the age of 77 years. Katherine Joyce Dennique, dearly loved wife of Bernard Dennique for 40 years. Dear mother of Raymond Laundreau (Vicky), James Laundreau, Annette Laundreau, Kimberly Warren (Ken Warren), and Larry Laundreau. Dear grandmother of Nicole Laundreau (Jason), Ashley Laundreau-Allan Wolfe, Matt Laundreau (Amanda Morton), Donato Pellettieri, Katherine Hamel (Zack Hamel), Richard Shikatani, Jamie Laundreau (Doug), Ashley Laundreau (Andru Oxley), Jesse Laundreau, and great-grandmother of Ryen Campbell, Landen Laundreau, Braden & Mason Whitehead, Chase Beaudoin, and Hamel, a little girl expected in August 2020. Dear sister of Bonnie Brown, Donna Landrialt and Joanne Breeze. Predeceased by her mother Katherine St. Michael, father Stewart St. Michael; brothers Donald (Theresa) St. Michael, Garry St. Michael, and Sherry (Jean) St. Michael. Katherine is forever remembered as a country bumpkin, who loved to hunt and fish, camp and play the guitar and sing. She often entertained around a campfire or family gatherings and loved to tell a great story. Katherine could take her hand to anything that needed building or mending-carpentry, plumbing or anything mechanical. She was the first female sewing machine technician who worked for Blue Bell Canada until its closing in 1990. Katherine could sew up almost anything and created her own patterns such as saddle bags for snowmobiling. She will be remembered and missed by many. Due to restrictions place by the Covid 19 virus, cremation will take place and a committal service will be held at Most Precious Blood Cemetery, Calabogie at a future date. Celebration of Life will be held at a time and place to be determined. In memory of Katherine, donations to Renfrew Victoria Hospital or Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital would be appreciated.

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