Feb 7th, 1955 – Nov 13th, 2022
On Sunday, November 13th, 2022, J.C. Tremblay, husband to Roxane Tremblay, of Moose Jaw, SK passed away at the age of 67 years, surrounded by his family.
He was predeceased by his parents, Joseph and Claire Tremblay; and father and mother-in-law, Art and Shirley Arnold. J.C. is survived by his wife of 46 years, Roxane Tremblay; daughter, Farrah Wilson (Dean); son, Brent Tremblay (Jolyn); grandchildren: Benton and McKenna Wilson, and Slade and Kipton Tremblay.
The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, November 17th, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. in the Hillcrest Apostolic Church, 1550 Main St N, Moose Jaw, SK. Pastor Kurt Buchanan will officiate and interment will take place in Courval Cemetery.
Arrangements are entrusted to Moose Jaw Funeral Home, 268 Mulberry Lane. Andrew Pratt Funeral Director 306-693-4550
Most heartfelt condolences to all JC’s family. Always enjoyed our visits awaiting for Veroba’s to open in the mornings. You will certainly be missed. Rest Easy JC
It’s tough to lose a good friend and truly unique guy. We wish Roxane and JC’s family and many friends the best going forward.
Jim &Susan Gatten
Sending deepest condolences Roxane and family.
Condolances to the Tremblay family. Sorry to hear of J.C.’s passing.
Please accept our heartfelt sympathies Roxanne, your in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time
Roxane, I really liked JC, especially his sense of humour, and pray that special memories and the knowledge of how much he loved you will sustain you in the coming days. My heartfelt condolences to you and all your family. ❤️ Linda
Deepest sympathy to you all. He was a great guy and will be missed by many.
My sincere condolences to JC’s family
I am sure J.C. will be really missed by Roxanne and all the family. A great man who was a friend to everyone and always said hi and asked about our family. Great memories of J.C.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Tremblay family, many memories of the farm in Courval. Take care of each other. You have many great memories to share with each other. Rest In Peace Claude.
Roxanne and family, thinking of you at this time.
So sorry to hear of J C passing condolences to Roxane and family
My sincere condolences to JC’s family. Got to know JC over the years he has been coming to Yara Centre and truly enjoyed the chats with him.
Our deepest condolences to Roxane and family
Garnet and Laurie Busch
We have lost a very special friend, I had the pleasure of hunting with JC and my dear friend, Jim Gatten a few years back. My prayers go out to his family.
Our deepest condolences to the family
My sincere condolences to all of JC’s family. Known for years but most recently we would chat while visiting loved ones at Chez Nous and then just a couple weeks ago, at Guardian Grove. Such a sweetheart. I’m so sorry Roxy, he will be truly missed.
Truly a special man. Very obviously an excellent farmer/business man.
I knew J.C. primarily as a hunting outfitter and he was totally superb, the best, at that.
Yes he will be missed….and thought of often with fond memories.
Our sincere condolences to Roxanne and family. J.C. will be missed by all. We will keep him in our prayers.
Our condolences to RC’s family. So sorry for your loss.
So sorry to hear of JC’s passing. Our deepest condolences to Roxane and all the family.,Hold on tight to all the good memories as we know there are many, many of them . ❤️Colette and Dave Krawczyk
We are saddened to hear of J.C.’s passing Roxane. Hoping your memories will comfort you today and in the future.
Our sincere condolences to Roxane and family,thinking of you
Been thinking of you lots Roxanne !!
Cherish all your great memories ❤️
Our condolences Roxanne and family.
Condolences Roxanne and family
I really enjoyed visiting with JC, especially his great sense of humour, sincere condolences to you Roxane and family, thinking of you
He will be missed.
We were on more southern trip to somewhere hot always a great time I really enjoyed jc company and remember the straw in the eye
My deepest condolences
So sorry to hear the sad news of Claude’s passing. I have fond memories of him and his siblings from the farm at Courval.
Condolences Roxanne and family. Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of J.C. . We hope you take comfort in the many fond memories you have of J.C and that they give you strength during this difficult time.
I have waited for the family to grieve and have their private moments to try to get their arms around the loss of one of the most amazing men ever. Cared for his family, his farm, and his friends, and did that with such good humor and such seriousness, and such grace, that he elected to spare all of those a horrible “end game” by taking the ultimate reigns into his own hands through the MAID program that you have in Canada, and unfortunately my country doesn’t. I am an American who has known JC since 1985, when I first hunted with him. His barn burned while I was first with him. True to a prairie farmer’s tough style, he pushed on and summoned friends to help and refused my call for him to go home. I have probably only missed a half dozen years since then including Covid related absences. He was always calm and a gentleman, and sharp as a tack on farming issues. He was farming maybe 1500 acres when I met him, and didn’t want his son to be a farmer, as it was a tough life. His son became a farmer, and his wife became dedicated to the success of the family, the farm, and their friends. God knows the size of the farm they work now due to their dedication, hard work, and wonderful business sense, as I learned fast when talking to JC while hunting that farming had become a very technical business. I am probably out of line, and talking out of turn, but I know I speak for all of my friends who have hunted in your wonderful province for over 35 years. JC was one of the most kind and generous and elegant men I have ever known. He stared death in the face and spared his family that task, and I and my friends are still trying to wrap our minds around the strength, the dignity, and the elegance of his choice. Family, Farm, and Friends. I love him and will cherish my memories. He has taught me not to worry about his family or his farm. The education of a lifetime.