In Loving Memory Of
Guy Jean Bastarache
1941 - 2022



Guy Bastarache, 81, of Dieppe and formerly of Cocagne, New Brunswick and London, Ontario passed away peacefully with family by his side at the Maison Albert House in Moncton on Saturday, May 14, 2022.

Born in Saint-Antoine, he was the grandson of Maxime and Hélène (Cormier) Bastarache, and the son of Georgine, all of whom predeceased him.  He is survived by his wife, Marie Diana (Breau) Bastarache, son Daniel of BC, daughter Lynn D’Angelo (Michael) and grandson Holden D’Angelo, all of Ontario.  He is also survived by cousins in France, Québec and New England.

Guy will be remembered for his honesty and his high level of integrity.  His immediate family will forever be proud of the courage with which Guy manoeuvred through the decade long difficulties of Pulmonary Fibrosis.

Special thanks to Doctors Marcel Mallet and Karine Spence for their decade of care, as well as the Extra Murale staff and the staff at Maison Albert, without whom this journey would have been much more difficult.

In respecting Guy’s wishes, there will be neither service nor visitation and his cremated remains will be interred at the foot of the grave of his beloved grandfather, Maxime.  His family will have a private memorial at a later time.

If considering donations, please consider the Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, your local food bank, or a charity of your choice.

The family invites you to sign a book of condolences at:


Arrangements under the professional care of

Passage Funeral Cooperative and Cremation Center,

363 Amirault Street, Dieppe, NB

(506) 857-1901.

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  1. Dianne, my heart is heavy for you and your family at Guy’s passing from this life well lived. May you speak his name in love and may the sharing of your sweet memories and stories of Guy, bring each of you comfort (and no doubt a few chuckles). May you be blessed also with stories shared by others who knew Guy and may they serve to show you other wonderful ways in which he has left his mark on this Earth.

  2. Dianne. My heart breaks for you. Yours and Guy’s was a love story. You will have moments when you cry at a memory and others when you smile at another. Your love for each other will keep you stong. All my sympathy to you.

  3. Deepest Sympathy in your loss, may you find comfort in knowing we are with you at this difficult time, Eternal rest grant unto him, oh Lord and let the light shine upon Guy. From Jeannise Richard, Desire & Doris Lirette, Rita Landry, Yvonne LeBlanc, Henry LeBlanc, Gerald LeBlanc.

  4. Nos plus sincères condoléances à toi Dianne et à ta famille. Nous retenons de bon souvenirs de Guy,surtout d’avoir tous grandit ensemble à St-Antoine. Qu’il repose en paix !

    Anna Girouard Goguen, ainsi que la famille Girouard

  5. Nos plus sincères condoléances à Dianne et la famille. Nous retenons de bon souvenirs de Guy après avoir tous grandit à Saint-Antoine.Repose en paix Guy !
    Anna Girouard Goguen et la famille Girouard

  6. Mes sincères condoléances Dianne. Je pense à toi et à ta famille et je t’envoie force et courage en ces moments difficiles.

  7. Having known Cousin Guy in my youth, I feel the loss of not having known his life as a happily married man with a family. Dianne, as your extraordinary love unfolds, I am deeply grateful to be sharing photos & memories with you & your family. It’s this special love that will give you strength as you meet each sunrise. Deep sympathies to you. Cousin Theresa

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