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Memorial mass for Robitaille-Gagnon family Friday

Vistation Thursday at Miron-Wilson Funeral Home
A memorial mass for the Robitaille-Gagnon family is being held Friday, May 18 at St-Anthony's Cathedral in Timmins. Photos supplied by police

With Timmins Police confirming the identities of four people found at the scene of a vehicle far in a rural area of Timmins, funeral arrangements have been announced. 

A listing on the Miron-Wilson Funeral Home website has been updated to include funeral arrangements for Joey Gagnon, 37, Tammy Robitaille, 34, Cole Gagnon, 16, and Brandi Gagnon, 14.

A memorial mass is being held Friday, May 18 at 11 a.m. St-Anthony's Cathedral. The visitation will be at Miron-Wilson Funeral Home Thursday, May 17, from 2 - 4 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m.

Earlier today, Timmins Police confirmed that Tammy, Cole and Brandi were found inside the vehicle found on Price Road April 20. Joey Gagnon was found "a short distance from the vehicle".

In April, a Gofundme campaign was set up to "help with the unexpected financial cost of funeral and memorial arrangements." 

That campaign has raised $8,410 of its $50,000 goal.