OUELLETTE, Kevin Michael, MCpl (Ret’d), CD, RCLS – Cook

It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death of Master Corporal Kevin Michael Ouellette, 28 March 2020, at the young age of 52 from a sudden heart attack.

He leaves behind his wife Tracey-Lynn Grottoli Ouellette, his wonderful daughter Katherin who was Daddy’s girl, and his 3 beloved dogs, & his cat. Kevin was a wonderful person, always there to help others and make people laugh. He had a heart of gold. He had just retired in October 2020 after 25 years of military service, first with the Navy as a cook on the HMCS Winnipeg, then he went army. We thank him for his service.

There will not be a funeral but a celebration of his life will be done when it is safe from Covid-19

Donations can be made to the https://www.citadelcanine.com/ in memory of Master Corporal Kevin M. Ouellette; they train dogs for veterans who are having the need for one, or any charity that you would like.


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