Peacefully, holding his loving wife’s hand until the end, as he wished, on Wednesday May 29, 2019, Brian was 68 years young. He is survived by his loving wife and best friend Judy Ambeault. His father Russel Ambeault was there in Heaven to greet him when he arrived. His mother Evelyn Ambeault will miss their weekly visits, their lunches, and her answering the phone at 7pm every night to say “Hello Bob” and him saying “Hello Mother”. What a love they had for each other.
He had three children, Jason Ambeault (Debbie), Tammy Berto (Brian Wright) and Michele Wilkens (Brian). He left this world with many grandchildren and great grandchildren. He always said how blessed he was to have them. He had the opportunity to see them grow and succeed. His grandchildren are Samantha Rae, Brianna, Brooklyn, Hunter, Brandon, Mikayla, Mikenna and Tyler. His great grandchildren are Domenic, Charlotte, Savannah, Fara and Isabella. He was a great brother to his wonderful brothers and sisters. He was one of six. His siblings are Arlene (John), Val Biron, also know as Rhea (Deryl). Just so you know, he was positive when he got to heaven Deryl was going to be there with a glass of wine in hand to hand to his dear friend. His late sister Janice (Marty) and his brothers Kevin and Kelly (Marilyn). Kelly and Brian were very close, Brian liked red, Kelly liked white. But other than that, they were two peas in a pod. I have never met two people who loved wood and the miracle of building more than the two of them. And the love they had for each other was truly amazing and wonderful.
Brian had many brothers in laws and sister in laws, and many nieces and nephews. He loved each and every one on them, and they loved him right back.
Dennis Blais was not only his brother in law, they were each others best friend. Thank you, Dennis, for all of your love and support. We would like to also thank Dr. O’Brien and Dr. Booth. The two of them helped us all with this difficult final journey so much, there are truly no words for these two beautiful women. Thank you. As per Brian’s wishes there will be no service. We know he is in Heaven sitting in his new workshop, looking over all of us, enjoying a glass of wine. Cheers. XOXO.
In Lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Brian’s memory may be made to the charity of choice.
Arrangements entrusted to O’Sullivan Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, 215 St. James St., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 705-759-8456