LOW STATION AGregoire,Agent 1946
Mac-Farland, Mc-Naught, J ADELARQ A. GREGOIRE, age 55, C.P.R. station agent at Low, Que., for th past 23 years, who died yesterday at his home. A. A. Gregoire Dies at Low at 55 Adelard A. Gregoire, station agent at Low, Que., for the past 23 years, died yesterday at his home after i short illness, in his 56th year. Born in. ti e township of Stafford, Stafford, near Pembroke, he received his early education in the rural school at Stafford. He entered the employ of the C.P.R. as an operator operator in 1916, and in his long seiSj-ice seiSj-ice seiSj-ice as agent at Low had earned the respect i nd friendship of the community and travellers. Mr; Gregoire was married in 1910 to' Mary Leblanc, of Allu-mette Allu-mette Allu-mette Island, who died in 1924.4 In 1926 he married Bernadette" Leblanc, who survives. Also surviving surviving are three daughters, Lucille Lucille and Ai idrey at home, and Mrs. H. Faus :, of Ottawa, and five brothers, Joseph of Ottawa, Arthur Arthur and Edward of Pembroke, Jule of Fort William, and Alfred, Detroit. He was a member' of the Holy Name Society. The body is resting at McEvoy Brothers funeral parlors, and will be taken at three o'clock Saturday afternoon to Pembroke for funeral funeral service arjd burial on Monday.