Barbara Doucet

Doucet- Barbara Eva Doucet of Mooretown, born January 12, 1946, passed away December 7, 2022. Loving wife of Michel J. Doucet. Proud mother of Stephanie Doucet and her husband Andrew of London. Treasured grandmother of Frank and Oliver. Barb was a dear sister to Mike Juenger (Roxanne), Leroy Juenger (Jenny) all of St. Louis and Donna Hulan (Ken) of Newfoundland. Loving aunt to many nieces and nephews. A special thanks is extended to Sharon McLeay and Gillian Burnett for their loving care provided to Barb. Barbara was a proud retired employee of General Motors Diesel Division-London for over 30 years. As per her wishes cremation has taken place and there will be no formal visitation or funeral service. In lieu of flowers friends who wish to express sympathy are asked to consider making a donation to their local Humane Society or Easter Seals/Ontario Society for Crippled Children. Arrangements entrusted to the Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway, Corunna. Messages and condolences may be left online @  Knight 519-862-2845

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26 thoughts on “Barbara Doucet”

  1. Brooke Cousineau

    Mike and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Barb’s passing. She was such a sweet soul and will be dearly missed.

  2. Murray and Muriel Doucet

    Barbara will be deeply missed. She was a person who loved her family and friends. She touched everyone whose met her. Her kindness will never be forgotten. May you Rest In Peace
    for God has received another Angel.
    We loved you then, love you now, and always will, Muriel and Murray Doucet

  3. Bill and Mary Kienapple

    Sorry to hear of Barb’s passing recently. We both knew her from GMD in London, as secretary to Bill and fellow secretary with Mary. Barb was always professional, helpful, friendly, and a classy lady. She was well liked by all, and will be missed. We often thought of her, even though we have all been retired for decades. She always made our day brighter.

  4. Barbara was the beautiful woman inside and out. She was always there to greet me with a warm hug and kiss. I feel so grateful to have called her my friend. So many wonderful chats and belly laughs that will never be forgotten. She was a precious gift to all.
    She will be deeply missed. My heart felt condolences to Mike and family.

    Love Kiki

  5. I am so sorry to hear of Barb’s passing, she was a beautiful lady with such a kind heart. I’ve always had such fond memories of her at General Motors. My condolences to Mike and family.

  6. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Barbara at GM Diesel. She was a true lady, a kind hearted and dear friend.
    Ted remembers her fondly.
    Thinking of you Mike and your family at this time. Please cherish your many memories.
    Ruth & Ted King

  7. Michel and family, while there is no way to feel your pain, we do feel your loss. Peace and Love to you and your family during this sorrowful time. Sorry to hear of the loss of your wife. Condolences to all of the families.

  8. Yes classy is the right word. I worked with Barb throughout the 70’S and have never forgotten how pleasant she was 100% of the time. My condolences to family and friends. Rest in peace Barb.

  9. We were very sad to hear of Barb’s passing and extend our deepest sympathy to you Mike and the family.
    May she Rest In Peace…Walt and Julie

  10. Josh & Brittany Agar

    We’re sending our condolences to Mike and family at this difficult time. We hope all the good memories help you through. ❤️

  11. Dave and Shelley Williams

    Mike, Shelley and l were very saddened to hear the news of Barbs passing. She was an amazing woman whom we loved to spend time with. We extend our love and well wishes through this difficult time.

  12. Mike and Family, our condolences on Barb’s passing. She was always so warm and welcoming when we came to the house for a visit.

  13. Barb was my Godmother. She was part of my life since before I was born. She was a big part of my mom and dads life (Doug and Ev Gardiner). She loved my sister and I like we were her own children. We loved spending time with her, she let us try on her shoes and clothes, watch movies with us, have sleepovers with us. She never missed celebrating a birthday, thanksgiving or Christmas with us. She took care of us when our mom was recovering from brain surgery – while mom was learning how to walk again – Barb was with us. I just loved her so much despite the time that pulled us apart. My sincere and deepest condolences to the family that came before us, the family that came after. I know how much we all cherished and loved her.

  14. So so sorry to hear about Barb!
    Barb was such an elegant lady!
    Jim and I had many great times and many great memories with Barb in PV!
    Our thoughts are with you Mike and family.

  15. Brenda and Jim Grigg

    So so sorry to hear about Barb!
    Barb was such an elegant lady!
    Jim and I had many great times and many great memories with Barb in PV!
    Our thoughts are with you Mike and family.

  16. Glenn & Maria Clarke

    Maria and I offer our most sincere condolences. Barbara was our “maid of honor” when we married in 1969…how can we ever forget what a great friend she was.

  17. So sad to here about Barb,s passing . She was a real sweetheart , always great person to be around . She will be missed by everyone and now she is at the Rainbow Bridge with all her loving pets . Mike please take care of yourself and be strong. Murray Dudley !

  18. Sergio & Joanne Marzaro

    Dear Mike,

    So sad to hear of Barbara’s passing. So many fond memories of Barbara while employed at GMDD. Barbara was kind, thoughtful, polite,,,, the list goes on. Please accept our heart felt condolences. Thinking of you during this difficult time.

  19. Cathie Cox and David Cox

    We were away and just found out of Barbara’s passing …. Dave and I will always remember Barbara as a classy lady who was loved by all and she will be deeply missed. Her kindness over the years will never be forgotten … Heaven has another angel to grace its halls …
    “Quote from Jamie Anderson” Grief, I’ve learned is really just love. It’s all the love you want to give but cannot. All that unspent love gathers up in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat and in that hallow part of your chest. Grief is just love with no place to go.
    Dave and I both loved you both now and always ….
    Sending Love and God’s Blessing during this difficult time …..
    Cathie Cox ( formerly Doucet) and David Cox

  20. I will miss weeding the flower gardens and sitting on the back porch, chatting watching the boats on the river.
    May your garden be in eternal bloom. Rest easy Lady Barbra

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