In Loving Memory Of
Guy Gaudet
1932 ~ 2023

Dieppe, NB – It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Guy Gaudet, 90, on Friday, March 31st, 2023, at the Albert House Hospice in Moncton.

Born in Memramcook, he was the son of the late Albenie and the late Eveline Gaudet (Bourque).

Guy will be sadly missed by his two daughters: Louise Gaudet and Anne Gagnon both of Dieppe; three sons: Roland (Louise) of Boundary Creek, Raymond (Leslie) of Florida, and Michel (Lisette) of Dieppe; five grandchildren: Justin, Mathieu, Mario, Alexandre, and Christian; his great grand-daughter, Emily; his brother, Francis (Glenda) of Dieppe; as well as several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his wife, Jeannita; and two brothers: Jean-Paul and Gerard.

Guy had a lifelong passion for Harness Racing and had achieved many accomplishments over more than 35 year. In 2009, he was inducted in to the Dieppe Sports Hall of Fame as a dominant figure in the sport.

Visitations will be held at Passage-Chartersville (363 Amirault Street, Dieppe) on Thursday, April 6th, 2023, from 10:00am until the time of service. The funeral service will take place in the Chapel at 12:00pm.

Donations in memory of Guy can be made to the Albert House Hospice or to the Canadian Cancer Society of New Brunswick.

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at:

Arrangements under the professional care of
Passage – Chartersville Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre

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  1. My sincere sympathies to Louise and family, so sorry to hear of Guy’s passing. May God give you extra strength in this time of sorrow.

  2. Wishing you all strength and comfort during this difficult time.
    Our deepest condolences.

  3. My deep condolences to Louise, Roland and their families on Guy’s passing. I feel fortunate to have gotten to know Guy over these past couple of years through his many accomplishments in harness racing, He was a remarkable man who had that, “Joie de vivre!” May your loving memories sustain you in this time of grief. May he rest in eternal peace.

  4. Louise and family, we are so very sorry to learn of your beloved father’s passing. Please know we have you in our thoughts and wishing you strength during this difficult time.

  5. Toute nos sincères sympathies à toute la famille et amis!

  6. God Speed,Guy. You touched so many lives with Grace and Tranquility. You have earned your right of passage. Our hearts hurt for the family who are left to miss you. We will all meet one day in that Racetrack in the sky. Smile on Guy. ❤️

  7. Our sympathies for your loss and May God give you strength to continue without your father.
    I grew up admiring your dad as a real Horseman and also a jolly man. He always had a smile on his face and a gentlemen when you met him.
    He will be sadly miss, but he will be racing horses in heaven for sure which was his passion.

  8. To the Gaudet Family so sorry for your loss.
    He was a great guy. Now they are all together.
    Family and friends.Claudette

  9. My condolences to the family. My memories of Guy takes me back to the Brunswick Downs racetrack where he was one of my favorite drivers to lay a wager on. He was a cool calm race driver. Although I never got to know him personally I always admired him. Kind of strange I now hang around with his son Roland who is a lot like him.

  10. I had the pleasure of working with Guy during the summer of 1993 – a hard worker and a lot of fun to be around. I’m sorry for your loss.

  11. Roland, Louise, Raymond and Michel….our sincere condolences for your dear lost of your father, Guy. Words may not ease your pain or the sorrow that you bear; but may you find comfort in knowing that others care.

  12. Our hearts are sad for you and your family Roland. We remember meeting your Dad one summer, a very happy man with a great smile. Lorraine & David

  13. We would like to express our sincere sympathy to the family and friends. Here are a couple of our fond memories of Guy. We went to a race in Saint John and he won both parts of the daily double which put us ahead for the day, in fact that was the only time we ever won the daily double. He also invited us to view the mating session of a couple of horses, quite an experience, which I am sure we will never forget or witness again in our lifetime. Rest in Peace Guy.
    Sheldon and Gloria Biggs

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