Dec. 13, 2012 – Fenestration Canada has announced that Richard Laflamme passed away on November
30 at the Hôtel Dieu in Quebec City. He was 55 years old. The Laflamme family is encouraging donations to palliative care research
30 at the Hôtel Dieu in Quebec City. He was 55 years old.
Well known in the industry, Laflamme grew up in a business environment.
In 1950, his father founded R. Laflamme et Frere, manufacturer of
windows and doors with a plant in Saint-Apollinaire. He worked 25 years
for the company as director of sales, and subsequently as president and
CEO. He contributed and participated actively in all important milestones
of the company’s development.
|Richard Laflamme 1957 – 2012|
The personal and professional values that guided him throughout his life
were human respect, commitment, passion, hard work, integrity, open-mindedness, and recognition of the importance and value of his peers.
Laflamme was also actively involved as a volunteer in the Lotbiniere region of Quebec as a
business mentor. He contributed actively to the economic development of the
region by sharing his experiences and providing his services.
The association has expressed its most sincere sympathies to his wife Joëlle and his entire family.
As a recognition for the excellent palliative care given by Dr. Gagnon, the Laflamme family is encouraging donations to palliative care research through ERMOS-HDQ at the CHUQ Foundation, 10 rue de L'Espinay, Que., G1L 3L5. Your expressions of sympathy may be made online at www.fondationduchuq.org or on-site where forms are provided for this purpose.
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