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Obituary for Rachel Monique Dubie-Adams (Legault)

Dubie-Adams, Rachel Monique [Legault]
December 26, 1946 - October 8, 2020

With great sadness the family announces the passing of Rachel Dubie-Adams on Thursday, October 8, 2020 at the age of 73 years. Rachel passed away peacefully at Tri-Town Extendicare Nursing Home.

Rachel was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister aunt and friend. She was born at Latchford December 26, 1946 to the late Lomer and Yvette Legault. Rachel was raised in Latchford with her five siblings. She is predeceased by brothers: Marcel Legault [late Barbra], Guy Legault [late Mary] and her sister Therese McLean [late Gary]. Rachel is also predeceased by her first husband Gerald Dubie, her eldest son Larry Dubie and son-in-law Allen Sherrard.

Rachel will be remembered fondly by her husband Sidney Adams and her loving children: Terry Dubie, Todd Dubie [Tammy], Jody Dubie and Tracy Plante [Chico]. Also left to mourn are her siblings: Claude Legault and Michelle Plante [Gilles]; sister-in-law Gloria Lanouette and brother-in-law Cameron Adams [Dianne]. Missed by her grandchildren: Jerry, Hannah, Tanya, Travis, Ashley, Dominique, Isaac, Jennifer, Jessica, Michael, Zachary, Mason and Hunter; great-grandchildren: Logan, alice, Gemma, Kayden, Owen and two more on the way; many nieces, nephews and extended family and friends along with her two special friends Bev Adams and Sharon Barrett.

Rachel worked many jobs but showed how much heart she had when she worked at the Temiskaming Lodge as a Health Care Aid for 25 years, a job she was very proud of. She had many interests. She loved working out in her garden with all her flowers and "puttering" in her yard. She was a woman who took so much pride in her laundry and being very particular on how it was hung on the line and folded. She also was known as Mrs Claus to many on the Santa Claus Train and in the Santa Claus Parade. Rachel was a lifetime member of the Ladies Auxiliary Branch 54 where she spent many hours doing volunteer work for them from cooking to working Bingos. She also enjoyed camping and spending time with family and friends.

Rachel had a big heart and touched everyone she met. Her blue eyes and beautiful smile would light up the room...

A big thank you goes out to all the staff at Tri-Town Extendicare Nursing Home for taking such good care of her.

Due to the current COVID pandemic the family will be having a celebration of life at a later date to ensure she gets a well deserved and family and friend supported service. Condolences and contributions may be left at