Response to resignation

I recently sent an email to the Guindon membership outlining my plans to resign my position. Some of you responded to the email shown below. Further down I have listed some of the responses I received and want to give thanks to everyone for helping me celebrate.

It has been a great journey!
I have met so many wonderful “family” connections since I began this journey over 35 years ago to trace our Guindon roots.
You will always have a special place in my “memory bank.”
My hope was to connect with a “Loudun” Guindon relative but ce que sera sera.

All the best, until we meet again. Laverne

tout le meilleur
jusqu’à ce que nous nous reverrons


Hello to All

It is with some regret that I am writing this email.

We have had a busy summer and now it is time to share my decision on the Guindon membership after a lot of thought.

This is to inform you that I will no longer be organizing the Guindon reunions but I hope someone will come forward to carry on the tradition.

The Guindon Journal will continue to be published and posted for you to enjoy on this site.


RESPONSES:

Hi Laverne
I would like to congratulate you on your absolutely fantastic work over the decades for your family, and in respect, my children and grandchildren!
You have been so dedicated to the cause, so in-tune to everything that is so amazing.  You have achieved so much for so many people, now and in the future.
I extend our congratulations to you, and probably congratulations are a short fall of what could and should be said.
Your work will be known for centuries, past on and on.  Job done! Love from us Janice

NO regrets Laverne. You have gone over and above what anyone else would do. Thank you for all your hard work….Pat

Laverne,
You have given me great memories from this last reunion, and I met a lot of cousins and was inspired to travel–with my wife–to Ontario and Quebec and see so much family history, and still have contact information. Your Hoosier Cousin—Archie

Laverne,
So sorry to hear that you are retiring.  I want to thank you for all the hard work you have done.  It has been a pleasure getting to know some of my Guindon cousins.  From your research, I have found 19 daughters from my mom’s side and 15 on my dad’s side. Plus, a couple of soldiers. Thanks again, Bonnie

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Latest ETQC eNewsletter Posted

There’s a new menu item on the site! Soon all of the ETQC past eNewsletters will be posted for your review. Check out the 2016 Spring Issue!

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Pierre Guesdon – From Loudun, France to Ile-Jesus, New-France

UPDATED 09/15/2016

Guesdon

Interested? Read the Article!

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Reunion Review

famreuniongroupWhat an amazing journey! So many serendipitous moments – connecting with family, finding some answers and touring both Quebec and France in search of family history. Keep posted for the updates that will soon follow.

Be sure to fill in the survey!

 

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New France

I recently read an article by Jacques Mathieu about the creation of New France.

This article outlines the development of New France after the exploration journeys of Christopher Columbus, John Cabot and the Corte-Real brothers. These journeys lead to a follow up by Jacque Cartier for the country of France by placing a cross on the shores of the Gaspe peninsula in 1534 in the name of the King of France.

 

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Treesearcher.ca

Treesearcher.ca is home to Laverne Aitchison. Her current work includes her own interest in the Guindon/Yandeau family as well as the Aitchison family.

Information on this site is continually updated to reflect the genealogy information that is gathered and critically reviewed for the families mentioned above.

Should you wish to contact Laverne, please fill out the form provided on our Contact Page.

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