Legion Br. # 6 Kick-Off to Canada 150 Birthday



Life Membership Award


Presented by Branch # 6 Moncton NB president

Robert Dupuis

Shirley A. Whyte received the RCL Br. # 6 Moncton NB Life Membership Award at the May 2017 General Meeting.  

Shirley has been an active member of the Legion since 2006.  Her many activities include but not limited to Color Party, Executive Committee, VOP Program, chair person for Veterans & Seniors Social, Chair Person of Veterans Health Care Center Moncton, ways and means fundraiser, member of Legion Seniors and a member in good standing with the Dieppe Military Veterans' Association.

Congratulations Shirley A. Whyte

Thank you Shirley for your many years of unselfish service to Veterans and Families

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Thank you Metro Tones for the $6000.00 donated to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch Six Moncton NB. 

The MetroTones Pop Chorus of Greater Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, has been in existence since 2001 with some 80 members ranging in age from their 30s to their 80s.  They sing many pop and Broadway tunes from the 1920's all the way up to the present in 4, 5 and even 6-part harmony.  They have participated in and hosted many charity concerts and have raised a total of $141,400 and a total of 49,600 pounds of food (so far) to benefit numerous charities and food banks. They also award a $1000 Scholarship each year to a deserving local high school graduate who plans to major in music at university. So far, $7,000 has been awarded. Considering the equivalent value of food donated, the total amount raised for charities and scholarships has been $267,400!!!





In loving memory of our Comrade John Doirion. Our sympathy goes out to the family and many friends. John will be missed by all who knew him. A gentle soul and a dedicated supporter of Veterans, the RCL Branch Six Moncton NB where he was the Sgt-at-Arms. A member of the Legion 6 Moncton Executive and a member in good standing with the

Dieppe-Military-Veterans' Association. 
 He shall grow not old as we who are left grow old. Time shall not weary him nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning John will be forever etched in our memory. 


At his residence, Tuesday, January 1, 2019, at the age of 96 years, passed away Joseph Gautreau. He lived at the Veterans Affairs Center in Moncton, New Brunswick. 
Born in Moncton, NB, he was the son of the late Eloi and the late Marguerite (née Lirette) Gautreau.

Before his retirement; Mr. Gautreau served with the Canadian Army for 25 years, was posted to Chilliwack, BC, Whitehorse, YT and Gagetown, NB. He was a veteran of the Second World War; he parachuted during the Normandy invasion. He also served during the Korean War. Joseph was a member of the Associations: 1 st Canadian Parachute Battalion, Royal Canadian Engineer, Dieppe Veterans, Korean War Vets and Canadian Legion Branch # 6. He was a passionate bowler and a good dart player. He was a member of the Dieppe Golden Age Club and the Sainte-Thérèse Parish.

He is survived by a daughter, Gisele (Micheal) Murray of Moncton; four sons: Terry (Lucille) of Moncton, Ron (Sharon) of Fredericton, Jim (Barb) and Micheal, both of Moncton; a sister, Gloria de Pheonix, AZ; a brother, Claude (Pat) of Mississauga, ON; three stepchildren; special friend, Jeannine Daigle; 8 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; as well as several nephews and nieces.

His first wife, Exelda (née LeBlanc) in 1975; his second wife, Marie (née LeBlanc) in 2011; a girl, Bernice; a son, Bob; two sisters: Marguerite and Dolores and a brother, René preceded him in the grave.

Visits will be held at Chartersville Funeral Home, 363 Amirault Street, Dieppe, (857-1901) on Friday from 2 to 4 pm and 7 to 9 pm ONLY.

A Dieppe Military Veterans' Assn and Legion service will take place at 13:45.

 Funeral Mass will be held at Sainte-Thérèse Church, Dieppe, on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 10:30 am.

Interment will be at Notre-Dame-du-Calvaire Cemetery, Dieppe.

A donation to the CHU Dumont "Veterans" Foundation would be appreciated by the family.