Au service des familles du Québec depuis plus de 60 ans !
Mr. Louis B. Gascon

Mr. Louis B. Gascon



On the morning of March 29, 2022, after a valiant battle with Lewy Body Dementia and Parkinson’s Disease, Louis Gascon, passed away.


Louis’ memory will be cherished by his soulmate and wife, Mary Jo Gascon (née: Bucher), his children, François, Lise (Steve Konik) and Elizabeth; his grandchildren, Chloe and Abbey Konik; his sister Michèle (Pierre Gauthier) and brother Philippe (Robin Johnstone); many nieces and nephews, his aunts, his cousins, as well as the countless friends whose lives he touched.


He was involved in many boards, charities, and foundations such as the Pillar’s Trust, The Foundation of Catholic Community Services, St Veronica’s Parish, Placement Potentiel, The Royal Montreal Curling Club and The Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club.


Louis practiced law for over 45 years. He was an excellent lawyer who built a law firm based on professionalism, generosity, loyalty, respect for all and perhaps equally important, a sense of fun. He passed on these values to the many lawyers whom he mentored over the years. Colleagues and clients were more than that, they were friends.


In addition to his family and friends, his passions included sailing, fly fishing, skiing, gardening and spending time at his cottage on Fraser Lake.


The family would like to thank Dr. Alan Maclean, Dr. Ronald Postuma, and Dr. Chantal Séguin, as well as Kevin Gillan, and Customized Homecare for the dedicated service and care they provided Louis.


The family will receive condolences on Saturday, June 11, 2022, at St. Veronica’s Parish, 1300 Carson Ave, Dorval, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., followed by the funeral service at 11:00 a.m.
The service will be followed by a celebration of Louis’ life at a location to be determined.


Donations can be made to the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital and Parkinson’s Canada





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  • John Kimpton Posted

    Dear Mary-Jo, Francois, Lise and Elizabeth,

    I am greatly saddened by the loss of Louis, husband, soul mate and loving father. A tower of strength, compassionate with a dash of humour. An amazing person by any standard. The love demonstrated by him to his family and reciprocated in return demonstrates an ideal many wish for but few experience.
    A devastating loss only tempered by the love shared.
    Sincerest condolences.
    John Kimpton

  • Bob Lacroix Posted

    Mary Jo, I today received the notice of Louis’ passing. I was deeply saddened to learn that our world has lost one of the few whose joy, humour, compassion and joie de vivre was so generously shared with all who had the good fortune to cross paths with him! I remember our time at Loyola together and how much he made our first fraternity (The Dirty Dozen) such a wonderful gathering! I will say a prayer for you and your family. Take solace in knowing Louis was an extraordinary person who left our world better than when he arrived.
    Please convey my thoughts and greetings to your brother-in-law “Flip”.

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