COMTOIS, Leonard (Len)
December 3, 2022

Comtois, Leonard Robert

April 19, 1958 – December 3, 2022

It is with great sadness that the family of Leonard (Len) Robert Comtois announce his passing on December 3rd, 2022, at the age of 64 years, peacefully in his sleep.

Len will lovingly be remembered by his wife of 40 years, Sylvie (Lemieux); his children, Jason (Claudia D’Agostino), Jennifer (Leyland Abel), Stephany (Hakim Taibi), his beloved granddaughters (Sofia and Giulia), his sister, Celine Comtois, his brother, Jaime Comtois, his mother-in-law, Hélène Guay Lemieux, his sister-in-law, Christine Lemieux (Mario Chassé) and several nieces and nephews

The simplest pleasures in life brought great joy to Len. He loved to be surrounded by family and friends and never failed to keep in touch. Len’s greatest joy outside of his family was being involved with his church, debating about movies and being able to pass along his wealth of knowledge to coworkers.

Please join our family to honour and celebrate his life on Saturday, December 17th, 2022, at Catch the Fire Church – 4747 Saint-Charles Blvd., Pierrefonds, Quebec, H8H 3Z1.

Respects can be given to the family from 10am to 2pm followed by a ceremony at 2:30pm. A reception will follow the ceremony.

The family request in lieu of flowers, that contributions be made to La Sortie Foundation at


Catch the Fire

4747 Saint-Charles Blvd., Pierrefonds, Quebec, H8H 3Z1.

Saturday December 17, 2022

2 responses


    December 8, 2022 at 2:26 am

    I have known Mr. Leonard Robert. Comtois for over 4 years. He was my boss for 3 years in the Saudi Arabia railway. We used to call him ‘Boss’, not only in the workplace, but wherever we met, and some ‘Daddy’.

    All of our work colleagues will agree with me that Leonard Robert. Comtois was humble, peaceful, compassionate, kind and merciful. Those qualities came from Jesus himself. We felt comfortable, equal, and had a very good relationship with him, and he had confidence in us. We were always ready to go the extra mile when he called, especially in times of emergency in our workplace. He was a mobile person and loved to get things done, even if it took him after hours to do it. He knew he could have called on us anytime to address issues at work.

    Len would go the extra mile to assist you, or call one of his many friends or brothers to do the same if he can’t, just to make sure that you are comfortable. We never heard him talk about politics. He believed in fairness. When there was a conflict he had to deal with, he deals very useful technics He call me as a Colin Farrell. Strife was not part of his life. He have a Great Mentor skills.

    Gone before us too soon, Len, Boss, Daddy. Certainly, the precious memories of you will remain in our hearts. This is your time, Boss; ours will surely come. In everything, we all can say, God gives and takes, blessed be his holy name.

  2. Jerry Davis

    December 17, 2022 at 3:12 pm

    I worked with Len at Laidlaw Environmental and Safety-Kleen for approximately 13 years. He was one of the generous and funny people I ever met. He loved his family dearly and was so proud of them. May his memory be a blessing.


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