Madeline Jobin

Obituary of Madeline Grace Jobin

Jobin (nee Martin), Madeline Grace
It is with great sadness that the family of Madeline Jobin announces that she lost her courageous battle with cancer at 67 years young.  She passed away peacefully and with her loving family by her side on April 22, 2020.  Cherished wife and best friend of the late Ronald Jobin (2010).  Proud Mother of her two daughters Sarah Ruston and her husband Jarrod and Megan Jobin-Webb and her husband Kiel.  Honoured Mimi to her four grandchildren whom she loved spending time with, granddaughters Ava and Madelynn Ruston and grandsons Kameron and Myles Webb.  Beloved daughter of the late Joseph and Lucille (nee Siefker) Martin.  Adored sister of the late Fred Martin (Mabel),  Henry Martin (late Barb), Joanne Gagnon (Raymond), John Martin (Lynn), Tom Martin (Brenda), Laura Pope (late Raymond), and Isabel O’Neil (Jerry).  Dear daughter in law of the late Harold and Adeline (nee Campeau) Jobin.  Sister-in-law of Sheila Joch (Tony), Rhea Steadman, the late Norm Jobin (Rose), Lawrence “Butch” Jobin (Judy), Dona McFarlane (Bill), Gay Bowen (Art), Lana Philips, Terri Colenutt (Rick), and Lynn Myers (Ken).  Madeline will be deeply missed by many nieces and nephews as well as friends.  Madeline lived her entire life in Essex County, growing up in McGregor and living her married life in Essex.  Her devotion to her career and empathy for others was evident throughout her career as a Social Worker retiring from the Greater Essex County District School Board.  Retirement allowed Madeline more time to enjoy her family especially her grandchildren whom she deeply treasured.  Madeline loved to laugh and cared deeply for others. Her words of wisdom during difficult times and sarcastic humor will be missed by many.  There will be a private family service graveside.  Due to the pandemic, when possible, a funeral mass and celebration of life will take place at a later date. If desired memorial donations may be made to Chalice Canada. Arrangements entrusted to Reid Funeral Home & Reception Centre, 87 Maidstone Ave. E., Essex (519-776-4233). Family and friends are welcome to share their memories online at

Future Services

Celebration of Madeline's Life will take place when permitted