The new millionaires were Jean-Guy, Sylvie, Yve and Michel Lavigueur, Jean-Marie Daudelin, and William Murphy, with whom the family agreed to share the jackpot.
The main character was easily recognizable as a caricature of Jean-Guy Lavigueur.
4, the father, Jean-Guy Lavigueur, died from respiratory problems on November 26, 2000.
Your shopping experience is important.By using no deposit bonus south african online casino Twitters services you agree to our.External links edit References edit Les Lavigueur gagnent le gros lot (TV report), Société Radio-Canada, March 29, 1986.In 1986, Louise Lavigueur, the only member of the family who did not take part in the purchase of the ticket, sued her father to get a share of the jackpot.La vérité une fois pour toute, Métro, Montréal, December 13, 2007, page.Books and TV edit In 2000, Yve Lavigueur published Les Lavigueur: leur véritable histoire The Lavigueurs: the real story isbn ) with Éditions St-Martin.
The father had been raising his four children, Sylvie, Yve, Louise and Michel, with the help of his brother-in-law Jean-Marie Daudelin, since the death of the children's mother, Micheline Daudelin, who died of sudden cardiac arrest in 1983.