In Memory Of

Mr. Alain Michel
Brossard
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Service Information

Visitation
Thursday, January 14, 2021
to
A special request;

COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR VISITATION

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Upon entering the building:

1. Under Governor Andrew Cuomo's guidance, all visitors must keep a mask or face covering on at all times and practice social distancing during the entire duration of their visitation. 

2. All persons attending will have their temperature taken upon entering the building. People attending will be asked to provide contact information (Full name and telephone number or email) for contact tracing should it become necessary. No contact information will be used for solicitation, this is solely for the Department of Health. 

3. Each Chapel has it's own maximum capacity, Fairchild Sons will police this policy and we thank you for your cooperation in following their directions. In the event that the chapel becomes at maximum capacity, we will request for you to wait outside of the building until someone else leaves the visitation. At that time we will make you aware that you are able to enter the building to pay your respects. 

Thank you for your cooperation during this time

Obituary

Alain Michel Brossard passed away Friday, January 8th at his home in New York City. Beloved husband of Vivian. Loving father to his son Stephan, and step son Freddy. Adored grandfather of Kingsley, Xavier and Sebastian. Survived by his sisters and brothers, Nicole, Nathalie, Philippe, Pascal and his many nieces and nephews.

Alain Michel Brossard was born on October 5th 1954, to Roger and Madeleine Brossard in Fresnay-Sur-Sarthe, France. The second of 6 kids, Alain discovered a passion for cooking while helping to support the family. His passion eventually took him across the Atlantic to The United States where he worked for the French consulate. Dreaming bigger Alain pursued every chef's dream and opened fine cuisine French restaurants in New York City. His talents led him to cook for some of the biggest events in New York City and for people from all walks of life. From celebrities and athletes to those close to him. During his time he found success both in the kitchen and in life , starting a family . He will be remembered for his incredible work ethic, his unmatched love for his family and friends, and his soft spoken compassionate soul will be incredibly missed by all

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Restaurant Opportunities United Pandemic Response Fund, in honor of Alain. 

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