Graeme Decarie Obituary, Death – The death of Malcolm Graeme Decarie, who was 89 years old, took place in Kingston, Ontario, on November 27, 2022. He had his roots in Quebec’s capital city of Montreal. We are passing on the news of his passing with the utmost sorrow that our hearts can hold. Graeme In Montreal on August 27, 1933, Stanley Decarie was brought into the world by his parents, Malcolm Stanley and Jessie Decarie. After that, he attended the universities of Sir George Williams, Acadia, and Queen’s for his studies in Canadian history.

After working as a professor at the University of Prince Edward Island for a short period of time, he moved back to Montreal and spent the majority of his career at Concordia University. There, he was an extremely well-liked professor and also served as the chair of the history department. In addition to being a consultant and narrator for the National Film Board of Canada, he was a frequent commentator for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and CJAD 800 Montreal. In the Montreal community, he was known for his prolific speaking. In addition to that, he has had articles published in a variety of publications such as Reader’s Digest, The Montreal Gazette, and others.

Graeme belonged to a number of groups, including the New Democratic Party, Alliance Quebec, the 78th Fraser Highlanders Regiment, and the Sherlock Holmes society known as The Bimetallic Question. He also served in the 78th Fraser Highlanders Regiment. He took pleasure in activities such as sailing, traveling, and researching the history of his family.
Graeme had a profound and everlasting love for his children Catherine, Christina, Alexander, Nicholas, and Margaret, and he was a devoted and overjoyed grandfather to Evi, Mei Mei, Oona, and Leo.

Graeme’s children Catherine, Christina, Alexander, Nicholas, and Margaret loved him deeply and unconditionally. Not only was he devoted to his sister Winnifred Stewart, but he was also devoted to his nephews and niece, Ian, Andy, Doug, Owen, and Donna. His niece, Donna, was his only niece. During the last year of Graeme’s life, the staff at the Rosewood Retirement Residence showed him and his family a great deal of compassion. For this, Graeme’s family is extremely grateful, and the staff at the Rosewood Retirement Residence should be recognized.