May 26, 1973 – April 23, 2023
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Alain Leveque on April 23, 2023 at the age of 49 years with family by his side.
Left to cherish his memory are his mom Née Lambert, Monique (Robert), his father Jimmy (Louise), brother Jean-Marc, sisters Joanne Robidoux, Isabelle Hammer (Vince), Danielle Wollmann (Stephen), Matthew Vincent (Jessica), uncle René (Glynis), Jacqueline (née Guay) and Odile (née Vandel), as well as many other aunts, uncles, cousins, family and friends.
Alain worked at Canada Life for years and excelled at his job. He was a hard worker and took pride in a job well done.
Alain had a passion for fishing and he was a “gym rat”. He made lots of friends and was a great teaser.
Sincere thanks for the Cancer Care team and all the palliative care nurses and doctors for their love and compassion at Riverview Health Centre.
Cremation has taken place. In keeping with Alain’s wishes, there will be no visitation, family members will hold a private family memorial.
A special thanks to my sister, Marie Delorme (Lambert) for her compassion and devoted care of Alain. I picked a great godmother. Special thanks to Guy Delorme for his ongoing help.
Friends and family are invited to share memories and condolences on Alain’s memorial page by using the comment field below.
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We are so sorry for your loss. We imagine Alain in heaven, fishing in a wonderful lake, and his soul is floating above the India he loved so much. God bless all of you .
My deepest sympathies to all of Al’s family and friends grieving this incredible loss. Al and I worked together at Canada Life for many years. Al was known around Canada Life for his work ethic, his no-nonsense communication style and his sincere care for his co-workers, many who he would have called friends.
His loss leaves a deep hole in our team and in our lives that only Al could fill. He will not be forgotten.
You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
My deepest condolences to the Leveque family at such a difficult time. I knew Al for more than 10 years, he was a co-worker and friend of mine and was in many ways a mentor to me. He was always there for me when I needed help or advice. His company was always enjoyed both inside and outside the office, especially his unique sense of humour (if you knew Al, you know what I’m talking about.) He will be greatly missed by everyone on our team and everyone at Canada Life who had gotten to know him.
My Deepest Condolences to Al’s family. I first got to know Al years ago at Canada Life when he and I worked on a project together. I loved his direct communication and his “let’s just get it done” attitude. Although I work in a different city, he and I spoke on the phone regularly, and we would just pick up where we left off on our last conversation. I loved seeing his pictures of his trip, and the descriptions of his adventures.
He will be missed by all who knew him or worked with him at Canada Life.
My deepest sympathies to the entire family. Al and I worked together at Canada Life. I only connected with him at the start of 2020. Even in this short time we really connected. He was always willing to help and go that extra mile. We chatted recently about his trip to Sri Lanka. He will be missed. My prayers are with the whole family.
My thoughts and prayers are with the Leveque’s family. I have known Al for several years working remotely with him. Al was a great co-worker always willing to help out and go the extra mile. I always enjoyed talking to him with his sense of humour! You will be deeply missed Al.
My deepest condolences to the Leveque family and friends. Al was a great co-worker. He was always there to help others, spoke his mind and was a pretty funny guy. He will be missed
I am deeply sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences and may my prayers help comfort you.
Al was amazing to work with at Canada Life. He was always the first to call people out and the first to raise his hand to help. He always came by to see how things were going and to chat about the gym life. Al was a mentor to many people and he took pride in being able to help coach and guide those that were junior to him. I can hear his voice across the room and it put a smile on my face every time.
He will be greatly missed but never forgotten.
Al and I worked closely together for years on a small team at Canada Life. Our main form of communication was trading insults, always in good humor, never mean-spirited.
I regularly stay up into the wee hours, so on several occasions we chatted back and forth on how his latest day in Sri Lanka had been, which was interesting and eye opening all at once.
I am so going to miss trading barbs with him.
I worked with Al in the same department at Canada Life for many years. I always enjoyed chatting with him, he often made me laugh with his funny sense of humor. My sincere condolences to his entire family. He was a great guy and will be missed.