I'm sorry for your loss and hope the warmth of a setting sun in the
orchard on a fine September day brings comfort. I did not know Pierre but
your description leads me to believe he would want that for you too.
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On Fri, Sep 1, 2017 at 5:28 PM, Vincent Philion <vincent.phil...@irda.qc.ca>
> Many people in the apple production community knew him:
> Pierre Philion, agronomist, died at 77, on Friday, September 1, 2017.
> Growing apples was his life. He left us a few days before harvest, like
> mature fruit waiting to be picked. In our family, the apple production
> cycle dictated our lives. This time won’t be any different. We will spend
> the harvest time with him close to our hearts, before a last goodbye.
> Funerals will be held after the apple season at the catholic church of his
> hometown of Hemmingford, Québec on Saturday, October 14. The family will be
> present at 9h30, ahead of the ceremony at 11h00.
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