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Church of Paul Hood enthusiasts on Friday

Church of Paul Hood enthusiasts on Friday

The public is invited to pay a final tribute to host Paul Hood at the Montreal Planetarium on Friday, April 5. The funeral will be held privately with family the next day, Saturday.


Paul Hood died on March 2 at the age of 69 after complications following brain surgery. He was the husband of Francine Audet, to 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 do not wish to receive flowers, will welcome the public wishing to pay their final tribute to Paul Hood at the Montreal Planetarium from 10am to 2pm and then from 3pm to 7pm. Those who wish to make a gesture in memory of the radio presenter are invited to donate to the Autist & Major Foundation.

Born in Ville Saint-Laurent on 29 August 1954, Paul Hood studied geography before presenting numerous radio programmes, notably at CKAC, CKMF and more recently at BPM Sports. He has led the 98.5 Homecoming Show for over 12 years. Quebec now.

Besides his career as a sports host and commentator, Paul Hood was also an actor (Verne N Boys), an impersonator and columnist on comedy shows such as The end of the world at seven in the morning And 3600 seconds of ecstasyWith Marc Labreche.

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