Felix J. Chabot

felix chabot
Felix J. Chabot, LTC USA (Ret.), age 91, of Fairfax, Virginia passed away on Sunday, October 25, 2009 at Sunrise at Hunter Mill. Beloved husband of the late Virginia Frances Chabot; father of Marc Chabot (Debora), David Chabot (Kathleen), Janine Easterwood (Dairold) & Christina Caffi (Foster); brother of Paul Chabot, Ernest Chabot, Theresa Miville, & Cecile Wester; & grandfather of Guin, Maddy, Melanie, Jeni, Bryan, Danny & Rosa. He is also survived by eleven great-granchildren.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Dad, I miss you. I always will. But you’re with Mom now as it should be. Even one month was too long for the two of you to be apart. Thanks for being my father these past 65 years – you taught me well.

  2. On behalf of the Association des Chabot please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences to the family, relatives and friends. Our prayers and thoughts are with you during this time of painful loss… It is hard to lose his two parents in one month… We are so sorry …

  3. Dear Marc, David, Janine and Tina, I just want to send each of you a big hug. Losing both parents takes some getting used to… but we never really get used to it and we never, never forget. Your parents were very special people. They were great friends of my late husaband, George, and me. Our friendship goes back to 1977 when we went to church in Fairfax. Then, when George and I started our lttie cottage business, the engraving, your dad was eager to give us exposure through his pring shop. The print shop is where I got to know Tina and Foster. I can tell you, A-OK was my favorite customer and it was always fun to go there. Your dad always wanted to know about the kids and if I brought any of them in (any of the 6)! he was always eager to talk to them, give them candy, or copy their handprint on the copier. My memory of his retirement party from A-OK is a vivid memory also. We had lots of dinners together, often at our house. We often had Edith and Bill Collins too and when my parents came to visit, it was a party. Funny, my parents were”older” to me. Your parents were the same age as them, but your parents weren’t “old” friends! Your parents celebrated many weddings with us and I am so grateful for this. After I moved a little farther away, I would call to arrange lunch out with your mom and dad – usually Bob Evans. Your dad knew the shortcuts too! They were always ready to go to lunch but we always sat in their living room first and maybe had a little drink. Later, after I remarried and moved to Williamsburg, I was not able to visit like I would have liked and always felt that it was the most important time to do so. Believe me, I thought of them very often. These are a few of my memories that I wanted to share with you. Their frienship and the memories make my life richer. They were both wonderful friends. I miss them but the Lord has them in heaven where we will all hopefully meet again. God is merciful and loves us all. Count on Him and hopefully you can count the blessings of having such wonderful parents. Pat.

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