Dr. Jay Q. Ouellet, DC (1954-2020)

Jay Q. Ouellet died in Quebec City on Dec. 27, 2020. He is survived by his beloved wife Martine René, his daughter Jessika, his grandchildren Alyssia and Felix, his brother David (Sophie), his sister-in-law Renée, nieces Marie and Jamie and nephew Ryan. He was predeceased by his mother Jo (Quart) Ouellet and his brother Gary Ouellet.

Jay succumbed to advanced small cell lung cancer. When first diagnosed, he was given one month to live, but he took matters into his own hands and found the best help he could. He was one hell of a fighter who lasted three and a half more years, which is a tribute in itself. This gave him time to marry Martine René, the love of his life, who was right beside him until his last breath. Kudos to Martine and all the staff at Hôtel-Dieu Hospital and CHUL.

Jay’s cancer was caused by smoking too many cigarettes. In heaven he will be joined by his Mom, his brother, his godmother, two of his mother’s brothers and his beloved grandfather, all of whom died as a result of smoking. Please give that a thought before reaching for your next one.

Jay was not only a great chiropractor but also a great astrophotographer. He was profiled several times in the local newspapers, including the QCT. His pictures also made their way to the cover of Astronomy Today, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and even as a clue on the TV show Jeopardy! He has many photos of himself and the megastars he treated (as a chiropractor) over the years: Bon Jovi, Elton John, Paul McCartney and so, so many more. Jay was one-of-a-kind … the one and only chiropractor to have done it all. He will be missed.

A funeral service will take place at Montmartre Canadien Chapel, 1679 chemin Saint-Louis, on Saturday, Aug. 7 at 11 a.m. Visitation will take place from 10 a.m.

OBITUARY: Dr. Jay Q. OUELLET, DC was last modified: July 27th, 2021 by QCT Editor

20 thoughts on “OBITUARY: Dr. Jay Q. OUELLET, DC

  1. As a longtime subscriber to the QCT, I had come to associate the name of Jay Q Ouellet to publications of some fantastic photography over the years. He will be missed.

  2. So sorry about your bro. I work Wonderword every day. Wasn’t familiar with the name so looked it up. Will look for some of your brother’s photography.

  3. I’m so sorry, David. I do the Wonderword puzzle every day and today’s broke my heart. My deepest condolences to you and the family.

    A fan

  4. I too do your Wonderword puzzle every day and was so sorry to read your brother as todays answer-my sincere condolences to you and your family for your loss-such a talented human—

  5. Sincerest sympathies to you, David, and to your family. Your beautiful tribute to your brother on Wonderword was touching

  6. I too am a daily Wonderword lover. Great tribute to your brother today. My sincere condolences to you and your family❤️

  7. David, so sorry for your loss. A Wonderword tribute to a beloved man. Condolences to your family.

  8. David and Family,
    I too do the Wonderword Puzzle daily and am so sorry to see of the death of your brother. You and the family are in my prayers! Rodger Peterson

  9. To David & family
    I do your Wonderword Puzzle and I thought that the theme for Aug 7 (Dr. J Q Ouellette ) was a beautiful tribute to your brother. My condolences to you.

  10. Oh wow. I’m also one of your wonderword geeks. Just catching up on them as I’ve been on holiday. This was such a wonderful way to honour your brother. Condolences He sounds like a real character

  11. I am probably one of the oldest persons to say how sorry I am to you, his wife & the rest of the family on the loss of your brother. I too had to look him up & was very impressed with his work! I am WAY behind in your puzzles & have just now gotten to go is! Your puzzles are the reason I get the Seattle Rimes delivered & keep all your puzzles til worked.

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