Charles Elwyn Ramier
Charles Elwyn Ramier, 79, passed away Monday, April 9th, 2018 in Fredericton, N.B. Charles was born February 14th, 1939 in Chutes aux Galets, Q.C. to Kenneth Ramier and Jean (MacWhirter) Ramier. Charles attended UNB graduating with a business degree and then earned his Chartered Account degree at McGill University.
While in Montreal Charles met and married the love of his life Madelyn Noonan. Charles & Madelyn moved to New Brunswick where they raised their family, eventually settling in Nackawic with their three children. Charles had successful careers in the pulp & paper industry and the civil service retiring from Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.
Charles passed on his love of sports teaching his children tennis, badminton and curling. He was a regular at their sporting events and was always their number one fan. Charles loved to entertain and could always be found socializing with his children and their friends. The annual Christmas party that Charles and Madelyn hosted was always a hit.
Charles along with Madelyn was an avid traveller. They made many trips overseas to Europe and loved seeing the world. The family cottage in Grand Barachois held a special place in Charles’ heart. He loved spending time there relaxing with family as well as entertaining friends. It was a place where he could forget about life’s stresses and enjoy the beauty of the ocean. It was hard to find a more beautiful sunset.
Charles is survived by his wife Madelyn; daughter Cathryn (Trevor) Publicover; grandchildren Giles and Gavin; son Stephen (Heather); grandchildren Ella, Katie, Sophie and Jackson; son Gregory (Jacquie); grandchildren Emily and Nicholas; sister Vivian Scott, and sister in law and brother in law Joan & Harry Brathwaite. Charles was preceded by his parents and brother James.
Visitation will take place at McAdam's Funeral Home on Sunday, April 15th from 1-3pm and 6-7pm, with a service of remembrance to follow at 7pm with Rev. Bill Brennan officiating. Donations can be made to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or a charity of the donor's choice.