Loyal employees: a major asset for a strong business

CL Comeau would not be the business it is today without the unwavering support and efficiency of its employees throughout its many years in business. Our employees do seem to enjoy being part of the business: as mentioned in the history of CL Comeau, we count on long-term employees, some of whom have dedicated more than 40 years of service to the company. There is no doubt that our employees are one of our greatest assets. 

Normand Mourant

Executive Director

Mr Mourant completed his education in administration at the University of Ottawa. Following the end of his studies, he was immediately employed by the Caisse populaire in Caraquet as loan officer, and then as deputy director-advisory sector. After leaving the Caisse, he became Executive Director of CL Comeau in 2000. His social involvement is widespread: whether as member or president of organisations including Chairman of fondation Hôpital l'enfant-Jésus,  chamber of commerce & tourism of Caraquet, Pokemouche gold club, secretary-treasorur for Théâtre populaire d'Acadie, Mr Mourant is enormously involved in the cultural life of his native region.  During his spare times Mr. Mourant enjoy golf and spending time with his family.

Andy Power


Andy Power, Manager at CL Comeau

Andy started out at CL Comeau in 1991 and spent the first 15 years as Field Sales Representative. Subsequently in 2006, he accepted the position of Company Manager, with responsibility for the effective operation of the business and its employees by way of controlling inventory and purchasing, invoicing suppliers, price structures for sales and the management of stocks, minor expenditures, the computer system and much more. Andy is always available to help anyone regarding their work. He is also one of the directors of the board. He is part of a bowling team and plays golf during the summertime. 

Nathalie Haché Godin

Sales & purchasing manager

Nathalie Haché Godin, Director of Sales/Marketing at CL Comeau

Having graduated from her studies in Office Technology and Customer Service at the CCNB in 2003, Nathalie immediately began working at CL Comeau as Internal Sales Representative. Promoted to a new role as Director of Sales/Marketing in 2014, she now assists our sales representatives in seeking out new clients and in ensuring that our current clients are receiving a good service. In addition to this, she sets up advertisements and organises the communication of supplier discounts and promotions. Her free time is devoted to sitting as member of the municipal council in her village as well as on the Board of a regional organisation.

Annick Boucher

Supply chain manager

Annick Boucher, Internal Sales Representative at CL Comeau

Annick has been an Internal Sales Representative at CL Comeau since 2013, since April 2021 she is now in charge in charge of purchasing , she manage all of the steps needed to purchase produtcts and ensure that the company have enough of its product to meet customer demand without any shortages. Having previously worked as sales representative in a business for office supplies, she understands the importance of ensuring that our clients receive the best service possible both during and after their orders.

Annick is very skilful when it comes to handiwork; whether in decorating, painting or baking, everything is done to perfection. What’s more, she often treats her colleagues to her homemade culinary delicacies. At work, Annick has a contagious smile which is undoubtedly reflected in her communications with our customers over the phone: naturally, she has been popular with our clients from day one!

Charles Borris

External Sales Representative

Charles Borris

Charles has experience in this profession which goes back to 1981. In 2003, CL Comeau purchased the food distribution business NB Distributors of Campbellton, where Charles previously worked as sales representative before taking up his position with us. Charles is always on the lookout to see what is happening in the market and on the ground, as this is where he spends the majority of his time. Be it a new product or a price change, he doesn’t miss a thing. His clients count on him to provide them with excellent customer service, and he in turn is someone who treats his clients like members of the family. Charles has a passion for the history of the Acadians, and takes great pleasure in sharing it with others. In his free time, he is apt to take to the forest, compass in hand and in the company of his dog, on the lookout for artefacts.

EMPLOYEES-Warehouse & delivery

Mario Mainville

Whatever the business, there are always important people who work behind the scenes to provide good service to our clients. Our warehouse employees may not be seen very often, but they are essential to the proper operation or our business. Every product that enters our warehouse is handled by the foreman and his employees. From their reception to their delivery, the products are properly stored to ensure your products are intact upon delivery, from 8:00 a.m. until the early hours of the morning. The employees often work long hours to ensure that your products are ready to be delivered the next day.  

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Harold Ward Mario Gionet Ghislain Lanteigne

Our deliverymen cruise along the Acadian peninsula, Bathurst and the Restigouche regions from Monday to Friday to make sure that you receive your orders in time. From Miscou island  to St-Quentin, there isn't a place unknown to these employees.