elevated b5l1t July 4th, 1922 – March 23rd, 2021

elevated b5l1t It is with great sadness that the family of Jacques Dussault announces his passing on Tuesday March 23rd, 2021, at the age of 98 years. Born in Donnacona, Quebec, he attended Laval University and served in the Royal Canadian Navy before settling in Toronto in 1947.

elevated b5l1t Jacques led a very prosperous and joyful life filled with many successes, both personal and professional. He published a French newspaper, L’Alliance and founded Dussault Translation Limited which he ran for fifty years. He also spent some time as a director of Winston’s restaurant.

elevated b5l1t Jacques enjoyed time at his summer home in La Malbaie, QC with his family.  He made many close friends there and eventually became a part owner of the local resort, Le Manoir Richelieu.

elevated b5l1t Jacques was an avid tennis player at the Toronto Cricket Curling and Skating Club, and after selling the house in Quebec,  became a member of the Briars Golf Club.

elevated b5l1t Those who knew Jacques will remember him for his kindness, his generosity, his sense of humour, and the extraordinary stories he recounted about his life’s adventures.  He had a big heart and an even bigger love for life, but most of all he adored his family.

elevated b5l1t “I will omit many other interesting events, but my most important ones are all the pleasant moments I spent and shared with my family. These are at the top of my list.”—Jacques, 2012. From a speech he gave on his 90th birthday.

elevated b5l1t  Jacques will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 69 years, Denise and his daughters Nicole and Diane (Ed).  Papa will be forever in the hearts of his four grandchildren Derek (Angela), Andrew (Erin), Christina and Matthew.

elevated b5l1t Thank you to the dedicated home care staff at Saint Elizabeth.

elevated b5l1t A private family service will be held at Holy Cross Chapel.

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