Julia Marie Fielding (née Boudreau, Marie Julia) 1939 – 2020


The passing of Julia Fielding, wife of the late John Fielding, occurred on Sunday, August 30, 2020 at Saint Brigid's Home, in Quebec City. Born on April 28, 1939 in Beresford, NB, she was the daughter of the late Léofred Boudreau and Eva (Morrison) Boudreau. Julia was a bank teller in Bathurst, Moncton and Fredericton and a personal support worker in Fredericton.

Video of the photo montage: https://youtu.be/BR6cr6b74MQ

Video of the Celebration of life event: https://youtu.be/rO2aENwy2lQ

Julia is also predeceased by her brothers Alvin Boudreau, Roger Boudreau and his wife Juliette; and her sisters Patricia Boudreau and Leona Parent. She is survived by her children, Robert (Bobby) Fielding and his wife Désirée Maltais; Nancy Doggett and her husband Hugh; and Mark Fielding and his fiancé Drake Ferguson; her grandchildren, Alexis Doggett and Scott Doggett; her sister, Violette and her husband Alphé Cormier; her brother Gilbert Boudreau and his wife Mireille; her brother-in-law Bernard Parent; her sister-in-law Alma Frenette-Boudreau, as well as many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to organizations meaningful to the family: Saint Brigid's Home, 1645 chemin Saint-Louis, Québec (QC) G1S 4M3, telephone: 418 681-4687; Hospice House Fredericton,  621 Churchill Row, Fredericton (NB) E3B 1P5, telephone: 506 472-8185 or PAL-Reading Services Inc., 27 Carlton St, Toronto (ON) M5B 1L2, telephone: 416 340-7828.

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www.hospicefredericton.ca/donate

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Expressions of Sympathy

May you find solace after these difficult months, knowing she is finally at peace. With my most sincere sympathy.- Geneviève Guèvremont

- Nadine Chénard

- Geneviève Bisaillon

I will always remember Julia Marie , and I know that you will too. Please accept my deepest sympathy.- Davide Pistilli

Julia Marie 's memory will live on in our hearts forever. Our thoughts are with you.- Derek Simunovic

- Maureen Ferguson, collègue de travail RQ

- Suzanne Nadeau, Régilasol