It is with heavy hearts that the family of Terence Rocklin (Terry) LaBelle announces his passing on August 22, 2022, at his home on Couchiching First Nation.
Terry was born February 23, 1980, in Emo, Ontario, to Rocklin and Cheryl (Jourdain) LaBelle. Terry spent most of his career in London, Ontario, in the carpentry industry.
Terry is survived by his mother Cheryl Lynn LaBelle (Jourdain); brothers Douglas LaBelle, Oscar LaBelle (Sydney Martel); nephew Landin LaBelle (Jen Grimard); niece Tamara LaBelle (Katie Dickson); uncles and aunties Kevin LaBelle, Conrad LaBelle (Wanda), Barb LaJoie (Barry), Terry Jourdain (Cindy), Laurie Rose (Mervyn), Raylene Hebert (Rob), Tony Marinaro (Sarah), Naomi Jourdain (Ed), Leah Lundquist (Norman), Ruth Demuth (Mike), Denise Clendenning, Connie Kress (Terry), Cindy Bozek (Chad), Derek Bozek; special Friend Dana Bridgeman; his beloved dog Jagger.
Pre-deceased by Father Rocklin (Rocky) LaBelle; grandparents Douglas LaBelle, Lois LaBelle, Clarence Jourdain, Evangeline Gosselin and Elaine Jourdain; also auntie Shelly LaBelle.
Pallbearers were Douglas LaBelle, Chris Peri, Oscar LaBelle, Jon Neurinski, Mike Crespeigne, Virgil Allan, Kevin House and Blaine Muller.
Honourary Pallbearers are his numerous cousins.
A visitation was held at the Couchiching First Nation Multi-use Building on Friday, August 26, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. A Celebration of Life was held at the Couchiching First Nation Multi-Use Facility on Saturday, August 27, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Terry was a Fort Frances Muskie Football player and loved this sport. Memorial donations can be made to the Muskie Football Club to help kids in our community to offset any registration, equipment, costs for individuals.
Arrangements in care of Northridge Funeral Home, Emo, Ont.