Claude Adelard Bisson

Published September 10, 2019

Claude Adelard Bisson

20 JUNE , 1949 – 7 SEPTEMBER , 2019

Claude Adelard Bisson JUNE 20, 1949 – SEPTEMBER 7, 2019 Claude Adelard Bisson, 70 of Moose Creek, Ontario, passed away peacefully in his sleep on September 7, 2019.

Mr. Bisson was born June 20, 1949 in Sudbury, ON to the late Diomene and Ubald Bisson. He enjoyed a life as a salesman of fine recycled paper, his sales territory being the whole of Canada and all of Western Europe. He traveled extensively but always looked forward to coming home to his wife and all of their puppies. He retired at age 55 and became a huge part in his wife’s breeding program, traditional Yorkshire Terriers and Yorkshire Terriers of different colours out of Germany. Together they enjoyed bringing love and joy to so many families all across the globe.

Claude was an avid landscaper, treasured his John Deere Backhoe, new right off of the sales floor. He loved the outdoors and worked at improving over three acres of his groomed property. He was a “Mr. Fix-it” and did all of the renovations in his home and also other homes wherever his help was needed. Grandchildren had their birthday parties at his home and he was just overjoyed and loved to either join in or sit back and watch the kids climb trees and hang out at the large pond on the property, enjoy his BBQs, dancing and singing. Mr. Bisson had an amazing “joie de vivre” that was passed on to friends and strangers from many countries. He was a gourmet cook and thrived on serving many dinner parties where people enjoyed fares from all around the world.

Survivors include his wife of 27 years, Adele Marie Louise Bisson, four daughters, Angela Bisson (Henri), Lisa Leger (Matt), Tania Gill (Robert), Kim Nowickyj (Dave) and nine grandchildren, Ashley, Jesse, Hunter, Aaron, Austin, Raphael, Haley, Tatiana and Kieran; one sister Anne Marie Bisson and one brother Robert Bisson (Violet). He will be sadly missed by numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and great-nephews.

As per Mr. Bisson’s final wishes, there is to be no service of any kind. His last wishes included family visits at his home where his ashes will be on display and guests may share their amazing stories about him.

Special thanks go out to Bonnie, for being there for him and his wife, Adele; Rachel, for helping with the dogs and puppies; his home care nurses and the staff of the Cancer Center.

In lieu of flowers, Mr. Bisson expressed wishes of donations to the Furkids so that his life could be continued with the puppies sold that brought him so much pleasure, life and love. Donations can be mailed to, The Furkids, 17524 Sandringham Road, RR#1 Moose Creek, ON K0C 1W0 or by e-transfer to

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