Ardent chapel for Paul Houde this Friday

The public is invited to pay a final tribute to host Paul Houde at the Montreal Planetarium on Friday, April 5. The funeral will be celebrated in the privacy of the family the next day, Saturday.

Paul Houde died on March 2 at the age of 69 following complications following brain surgery. He was the husband of Francine Audette, with whom he had been married since 1982, and with whom he had two sons, Paul-Frédéric and Karl. He also had a brother, Pierre, and a sister Johanne.

The family, who does not wish to receive flowers, will welcome the public who wish to pay a final tribute to Paul Houde at the Montreal Planetarium from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., then from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Those who want to make a gesture in memory of the radio host are invited to make a donation to the Autist & Major Foundation.

Born in Ville Saint-Laurent on August 29, 1954, Paul Houde studied geography before hosting several radio shows, notably at CKAC, CKMF and more recently at BPM Sports. He piloted the 98.5 homecoming show for more than 12 years. Quebec now.

Alongside his career as a sports host and commentator, Paul Houde was also an actor (Fern in The Boys), impersonator and columnist in comedy shows like The end of the world is at seven o’clock And 3600 seconds of ecstasywith Marc Labrèche.

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