Marco Berube obituary (2022) – the thunder bay chronicle journal


The beloved family of Marco Berube is heartbroken and announces his unexpected passing on December 25, 2021 at the age of 54.

Marco was a much loved and revered husband of Elizabeth Berube, a caring father to Sydney and Marcel, a beloved grandfather to his three grandchildren Tayah, Jace and Nova and adored by his furry four-legged babies Bella and Baillie. .

Born in Beardmore, Ontario on July 27, 1967 to loving parents Yvette and Marcel Berube, Marco is survived by his siblings Jocelyne (Pierre) Turcotte, Michelle (Robert) Bois, France Madge, Martin (Julie) Berube, nieces and nephews Natalie, Lynn, Suzanne, Jason, Nancy, Justin, Jennifer and Joshua.

As a young athlete, Marco excelled in many local Thunder Bay sports teams and was especially passionate when playing hockey. After graduating from Churchill High School, a number of American college hockey scholarships were extended and Marco chose to stay close to his immediate family. Marco played in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League with the St. James Canadiens and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League for the Weyburn Redwings, becoming a league star and returning home to play for the Thunder Hornets. Bay, an experience that won him many lives. -long friendships.

Dedicated to his strong work ethic after his hockey career, Marco established Peak Roofing in Thunder Bay and has developed a respected reputation among the region’s entrepreneurial community, well served by his commitment to high quality service and revealing his resilient personality. Recognizing an opportunity, Marco and his family moved to London, Ont., And he was extremely proud of his son’s accomplishments when he was drafted into the OHL, played in the QMJHL and played hockey. professional in Europe. Not one to rely on his own accomplishments, Marco’s presence was highly respected in Northwestern Ontario government buildings as a building technician, in London hockey rinks as a as an HVAC technician and more recently with the Ontario Realty Corporation as an installation technician serving many southern Ontario. Locations. The outdoors have always been a treasured place for Marco where he was most comfortable, especially the time spent camping with his family, friends and acquaintances and remembering with Liz around the campfire. Our friendships and treasured memories of Marco’s life will last and always hold a special place in our hearts.

Published in the Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal on January 8, 2022.


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