Fred Arseneau

Arseneau- Unexpectedly on Friday May 31, 2024. Fred Arseneau, age 65 years of Corunna. Much loved husband of 48 years to Cindy. Cherished father of April MacNeil and her husband Neil of Edmonton and John Arseneau of Sarnia. Treasured grandfather of Ethan and Elizabeth. Loving brother of Mary-Lou Dufault (Paul), Aurelle Arseneau (Joy), Pete Arseneau (Deb), Betty-Sue Reid (the late Ken), Randy Arseneau (late Cathy) and Joseph Arseneau (Janice). Much loved brother-in-law of Peggy Deschenes and her husband Rick. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Fred was predeceased by his parents, Fred and Betty Arseneau and by his father-in-law and mother-in-law, John and Greta Affleck. Fred was currently employed as the Operations Manager with Curran Capital and had previously been employed at the Pt. Edward Casino. In keeping with his wishes cremation has taken place and a celebration of his life will be held at his residence, 499 Colborne Drive in Corunna on Friday June 14, 2024 from 4-7 p.m. where friends and acquaintances are invited to stop by and share their memories with the family. In lieu of flowers sympathy may be expressed through memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or to the charity of one’s choice. Arrangements entrusted to Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway, Corunna. Messages and condolences may be left online @  Knight 519-862-2845.

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A celebration of life will be held at 499 Colborne Dr. Corunna on Friday June 14, 2024 from 4-7 p.m.


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22 thoughts on “Fred Arseneau”

  1. Sharon Shalewa

    Cindy, April and John;
    I know that nothing will ever ease this terrible pain completely, but I hope that as each day passes, your loving memories of Fred will help to give you the strength to move through each day. Try to feel the love that he had for each of you, every single day in your thoughts. He was such a thoughtful, hard working and caring man. He will be missed!

    1. Very sad to hear this news. Loved little Fred. ♥️ Deepest Condolences from the Prodesk at the Home Depot.

  2. Laurie Dalgety

    My deepest condolences to Fred’s Family and friends.
    Fred was a very hard working man. He will be missed by many .Worked with Fred at the casino.Laurie D

  3. Dear Cindy and family,
    Fred was a well respected man, a very valued employee, and dear friend, who touched my life and the lives of so many.
    To let you know you are being thought about throughout this difficult time with sympathy and caring.
    Please accept my most heartfelt condolences.

  4. To Cindy & April & Johnny my sincere condolences. Fred was a awesome guy
    taken too early.

    You all are in my thoughts.

    Ken Lewis, family friends

  5. Fred was a amazing guy to work with ,he helped me every day I worked with him ,always had patience and guided hand when I started out ,I was lucky to have a friend like him

  6. Brenda Johnson

    Freddy was one of kind!! Several times a day there was always someone laughing at what Freddy said! He kept us entertained at the casino! He has been missed! We will never forget his laughter, smile and mischievousness!
    He loved his family!
    My condolences to Freddy’s family and friends!!

  7. Cindy,
    I am so sorry to read this. Fred was an amazing neighbour and friend. My thoughts are with you and April and John. Hugs to all!❤️


    Loved Fred dearly worked several yrs with him at the bingo then the casino always thought of him as a true friend he always had a smile and a joke to tell always hard working and generous with his time he loved his family so much and would talk often about going to Florida for a vacation rest easy my friend much love to you Cindy and the family at this difficult time.

  9. Karen Seifritz

    Cindy and family. So sorry to hear of Fred’s passing. There are no words to express the sadness I feel in my heart for those who loved him. Cherish the memories always. In our thoughts and prayers during your moment of grief and always. Karen &Roland Seifritz

  10. To Cindy , April , John and Fred’s sister Sue
    Very shocked and saddened to hear of Fred’s passing ,
    he showed me the ways of Casino life when he trained me for the shipping and receiving job at the Casino.
    He would always stop by for visit at work and make me laugh with his ” tell me how you really feel ” politically incorrect banter .
    He came from the school of hard knocks and really did very well in life for himself and family
    I will always smile when I think of that fun special character Fred
    take care
    Steve Walker

  11. Jeffrey Strain

    Fred always had a smile on. Worked with him at Gregs and alongside him at Curren as a tenent. Will definitely miss our chats Fred!

  12. Brenda Gallaway

    Cindy&family, So very sorry to hear of Fred’s passing, my husband Jim Gallaway who passed last August worked with Fred at the casino, Jim always enjoyed working with Fred, may your many memories of him outshine your grief. God Bless I know what you are going thru.

  13. Maggie Boulton

    Fred was such a joy to be around. I can’t tell you how much he brightened all of our days here. We all came to look forward to our interactions with him throughout the day; his sense of humour and lightheartedness made him such a delight to be around. My condolences to his family. He is very missed.

  14. Fred was a most amazing man!!
    I remember teasing him that he never slept coming to work at the taxi after long shifts at the casino.
    He will be greatly missed

  15. Dear Cindy and Family, we were so sorry to hear about Freddie’s passing. We lived on Baxter Ave, down the street from the family. We all grew up together. Sending condolences and hugs.
    Delarene (Dela), Charn, Jackie and Muggs Daniels.

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