Allyre SIROIS

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SIROIS, Honourable Allyre Louis
The Honourable Allyre Louis Sirois passed away peacefully at St. Paul's Hospital in Saskatoon on Saturday, September 8, 2012, at the age of 89. Allyre was predeceased by his loving wife Madeline (Ehman) (1980), his parents Paul-Emile and Bertha, brothers Laurent, Roger, Denis, Richard and twins, sister Dolores Leier, brothers-in-law Rosaire Turcotte, Joseph Leier, Alec and Gerry Ehman. Allyre will be dearly missed and remembered by his children, Valerie, Richard (Wendy), Guy, Marianne (Marc) Taillon, Lisa (Mario) Taillon, and Norman (Sandi); sister Muriel Turcotte; brothers René (Louise), Robert (Marlene), and Donald; sisters-in-law Jeanne; Sheila Ehman, Dolores Reid; Lorraine Ehman; Jeannette (Gene) Krivuzoff, Deanna (Andy) Magoski, Carrol (Herb) Herauf, grandchildren: Tyron (Tanya), Madeleine, Colin, Jérémie; Paul (Charlotte), Stéphane, Jonas, Mischa, Joel, Justin, Matthieu Taillon; Nicholas, Alexandra, Christian; great-grandchildren: Austin, Mercedes, Brody and Bailey; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Allyre was born in Vonda, SK on August 25, 1923. He served with the Canadian Army from 1941-1945, and was lent to the British Special Operations Executive (SOE) during World War II. He parachuted into occupied France in support of the French Resistance and Allied troops. He was awarded the Member of the British Empire and Croix de Guerre avec Palme from France. Allyre attended the Faculty of Law at the University of Saskatchewan and was called to the Bar of Saskatchewan in 1951. He practiced law with Culliton & MacLean in Gravelbourg, SK from 1951 to 1964, after which he was appointed to the Court of Queen's Bench in 1964, where he served for 34 years. He was the first judge to have presided a French trial in Saskatchewan, and was publicly recognized by l'Association des juristes francophones de la Saskatchewan. He also served on the Court Martial Appeal Court and Pension Appeal Board. Allyre was an active member of numerous community associations in Gravelbourg (Board of Trade, School Board, Credit Union, Parish Council), and of Sts- Martyrs-Canadiens parish in Saskatoon, a lifetime member of the Canadian Legion, and the Knights of Columbus. He was President of l'Association Culturelle Franco- Canadienne (A.C.F.C.) (1963-64). Allyre will be remembered as a loving father and a man of great faith. Special thanks to the staff of the Community Renal Health Center, Dialysis Unit and 6th Floor Medicine at St. Paul's Hospital, as well as the staff at Royal University Hospital for their dedication, support, and care during Allyre's illness. A prayer vigil for Allyre will be held on Wednesday, September 12th at 7:30 p.m. at Sts- Martyrs-Canadiens Parish, 1007 Windsor Street, and presided by Father André Poilièvre with Father Bernard de Margerie and Father Peter Cobbina assisting. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Bishop Donald Bolen on Thursday, September 13th, 10:30 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Holy Family, 123 Nelson Road. A private burial will follow with the Rite of Committal with immediate family in Vonda, SK. Memorial Donations may be made to the St. Paul's Hospital Foundation, with mention to the Community Renal Health Centre. To send email condolences to the family, visit www.parkfuneral.ca "Obituaries & Tributes". Arrangements entrusted to Derryl Hildebrandt of Park Funeral Chapel 306-244-2103.
La famille tient à remercier tous les parents et amis qui ont aimé et soutenu Allyre pendant toute sa vie. Depuis le décès de son épouse Madeline, en 1980, il a fait tout son possible pour appuyer ses enfants. Nous sommes fiers de tout ce qu'il a accompli dans sa vie, de sa carrière militaire, de sa vie professionnelle, et du modèle qui nous a fourni comme père de famille. C'est avec grande tristesse que nous lui disons "Au revoir au ciel". On t'aime Papa.
Published in The Regina Leader-Post from Sept. 11 to Sept. 12, 2012
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