In Celebration of

Stanton W. L. Blennerhassett

May 24, 1935 -  July 21, 2019

Stanton W. L. Blennerhassett
Passed away at home, going to be with his precious Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. He was pre-deceased by his parents Walter G. Blennerhassett and Florence (Crowe) Blennerhassett.

Living all his life on Finchley Road (Hampstead, QC), he travelled frequently to the Maritimes where he was a faithful supporter and leader of the gospel tent work. His true character was that of a servant of the Lord, devoting his life to sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ, caring for the less fortunate, and mentoring young Christians, whom he encouraged to continue in the Word of God : the 4 pillars-- "... building yourselves up on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit, keeping yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life (Jude 20-21).

Over his life, he enjoyed his family times at Rawdon, skiing in the Laurentians, holiday times with his Blennerhassett cousins, and particularly the fellowship of his brethren in the assembly gathered at Montreal and elsewhere. For a number of years, he taught at Howard S. Billings High School in Chateauguay, QC. Many of us admired his penchant for stylish cars and were pleased to have the odd chance to ride along.

A committal service will be held at the Walter and Florence Blennerhassett graveside in Mount Royal Cemetery on Monday, July 29 at 11:30am followed by a light lunch and reception at the Mount Royal Funeral Complex on the grounds of the cemetery. All are welcome at both. Anyone joining the service should gather at the gates to the cemetery (1297 Chemin de la Forêt, Outremont, QC) at 11:15am to be lead to the grave site.

A memorial service will take place on August 25, at 2:30 p.m., at Newman Place Hall (5375 Newman Place, Montreal, H3X 1E8, near Decarie and Van Horne)
Absent from the body – present with the Lord!


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Enos and Pat McCavour 

Entered July 27, 2019 from Saint John, N.B.

So privileged and thankful to have known Stan; and so grateful for his wonderful work for the Lord. There are countless children and adults who have been blessed through his ministry.

Pierre and Renee Pauze (Friends and meeting "mates" in Montreal)

Entered July 27, 2019 from Roxboro, QC

My first interaction with Stan was when he invited my husband and I to his house and showed us his Bible verses that he made in plaster for the tent work. He had piles of them and shared a large one with us--"As for me and my house we will serve the Lord". My husband remembers visiting Stan in the back loaner room at the St John, NB meeting room with Rejean Guy and that they brought and cooked a trout dinner for Stan. And that he was very happy with their cooking!


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