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Charles "Carl" Joseph Comeau

Friday, October 20th, 1933 - Saturday, May 29th, 2021
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Charles “Carl” Joseph Comeau- age 87, of North Chegoggin, Yarmouth Co., N.S., passed away on May 29, 2021, with his family by his side. Born in Yarmouth on October 20, 1933, he was a son of the late Edmond and Irene (Comeau) Landry. Carl was a fisherman and farmer who wasn’t a stranger to hard work. He was always happy and could put smile on the faces of others. Carl loved music and playing his guitars. In his spare time, he enjoyed watching old western movies and listening to country music, especially George Jones and Hank Snow. Carl is survived by his common-law partner of 9 years, Grace Dunbar; daughters, Ann Comeau, Marlene Doucette, Gail Comeau, Michelle Strayer; sons; Mark, Marvin, David, Kevin, Mike, Chris, Kenneth; brothers, Raymond and Billy; sisters, Thelma Billby, Vicky Egan, Sue Dalton; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Besides his parents, Carl was predeceased by his first wife, Mary Comeau; brothers, David, Sonny, and Eddie; sisters, Helen Muise, Shirley Taylor, and Mary pool; and grandson. Shawn Comeau. Cremation has taken place under the care of Sweeny’s Funeral Home and Crematorium, Yarmouth. As per Carl’s wishes, he will be interred in Our lady of Calvary Cemetery at a later date. Donations in his memory may be made to The Music Room in Yarmouth ( inquire at Sweeny's how to make the donation), whose mission is to put musical instruments into the hands of children. Online condolences may be sent to sweenys@sweenysfuneralhome.net, or you may sign the guestbook online at www.sweenysfuneralhome.net.
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Brian Duncan

Posted at 06:49pm
To Mark, Mike and all of Carl’s family, my sincere condolences. May he rest in in peace.

Anne Downing

Posted at 09:34am
I was saddened this morning to see of Carl's passing .... Now I know why he was in my thoughts these past few days and I was asking myself how he might be doing and if I would see one of his children to ask.... I spent many a time at the house in Salmon River with a guitar in hand and there's no denying how much he loved his music. I still laugh when I think of Merle Haggard trying to say his name at the concert in Yarmouth with an 'early' birthday wish for him... My heart still smiles when I remember one of the last times I saw him at a birthday celebration for him. I will remember him as such a good humoured soul, and he was always so kind to me. My sincere condolences especially to my heart-sister Ann, and to David, who I've jammed with at too many parties to count...as well as to the rest of the family, who I would have seen, laughed with and sang with. Carl will always be a smile in my heart.

Marlene Deveau

Posted at 07:59pm
I remember listening to him sing his grandsons kyle and Andrew to sleep. He would also try to show them how to play guitar. The only one that actually picked up on it was Andrew. Rest in peace Carl.

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