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October 15, 1962 ~ January 24, 2024 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Sadly passed away on Wednesday, January 24, 2024 at the Picton Hospital with his wife by his side at the age of 61. Cherished, loved and adored husband of Carol Ann Ladouceur of 9 years. Heavy loss for his closest and best friend Luc Laurin. I'm sure memories of their shenanigans are forever kept in his heart. Son of his late parents Agostinho and Almerinda (Botelho) Pereira. Survived by his loving sister Fernanda Botelho Pereira (Tony) and his brother Adriano Manuel Botelho Pereira (Kate). He will be greatly missed by his nephew Jason Anthony Pereira de Andrade (Claude) and nieces Nancy Andrade (Brett) and Kathy Pereira de Andrade. Lovingly remembered by many great nephews and nieces. Fondly remembered and missed by his parent in-laws Charlie and Gail Wendell (Daddy-boy and Momma-girl), brother in-law Lee Wendell (Donna), sisters in-law Marylynn Wendell and Kelly Cody (Guy) and "Uncle Aug" to the Wendell and Cody children. Bonus Dad to Charles Dixon (Shanna) and grandfather (GrampAuggy) to Jason Dixon, who was the light, love and excitement in his life. Auggy lived life to the fullest and shared many adventures with Carol Ann, traveling, cooking, farming and filling up his bucket list for the past 3 fun, and happy years. Heaven may have gained an angel, but we still have him here in our hearts and memories. Special thanks to Dr. Chooback and all of the wonderful nurses in the BGH oncology department where he kept them on his toes with jokes and laughter. Top-notch wonderful care was provided by Paramed, especially April and Greg. And to Dr. Moore, palliative care, thank you for your compassion and helping him to be comfortable. As per his wishes, cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Memorial donations made in Aghistino’s memory made to the Belleville General Hospital Foundation - Oncology would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences, photos and memories can be shared at www.milestonecremation.ca.