Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, February 12th, 1970 pg 5
Adislas Cormier -
The death of Adislas (Eddy) Cormier of 9 Railway Avenue, Moncton, occurred at Moncton Hospital Wednesday after at lengthy illness. He was 78. Born at Upper Aboujagne, he was a son of the late Thomas and Anastasie (Leger) Cormier. He was a stationary engineer with the Moncton school board for 30 years. He was a veteran of the First World War and attended Assumption Cathedral. He is survived by his wife, the former Lisa LeBlanc; four daughters, Mrs. Emile Bourgeois (Elva) of Moncton, Mrs. William Pyke (Helen) of Halifax, Mrs. Rene Trudel (Betty) of Quebec City and Mrs. Denis Laverdure (Pauline) of Montreal; five sons, Harvey, Omer, Eric, Arthur and Jean Paul, all of Moncton; four sisters, Mrs. Dominique Richard (Agnes) of Middle Sackville, Mrs. Peter Leger (Bertha) of Fitchburg, Mass., Mrs. Maxime Goguen (Claudia) of Gardner, Mass., and Sister Celeste Cormier of Spokane, Wash.; one brother, Fidele of Lynnfield, Mass., and several grandchildren. The body is resting at Frenette's funeral home. The funeral will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. The Assumption Cathedral Entombment will be in Our of Calvary cemetery vault awaiting burial there in the spring.