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Ronald A. "Ron" Levesque

Born: Thu., Aug. 29, 1940
Died: Sun., Aug. 29, 2010

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GARDNER - Ronald A. "Ron" Levesque, 70, of 11540 30th Cove East, Parrish, FL and Wells, Maine, formerly of Gardner, died Sunday, August 29th, on his 70th birthday, in Southern Maine Medical Center in Biddeford, Maine with his family at his side.

Ron was born in Gardner on August 29, 1940, the son of the late Onesime B. and Cecile M. (Lavigne) Levesque and lived in Gardner for most of his life. He attended Gardner schools and graduated from Gardner High School in 1958, where he was a member of the famed 1950's football team dynasty. He served in the United States Coast Guard from 1959 to 1963 during the Vietnam War and participated in the Cuban Missile Crisis Blockade in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Ron retired in 2001 from Wheelen Supply Company in Gardner, where he was general manager and a board of director for many years. Ron was a member of the American Legion Post #129 and was a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #905 in Gardner. He was an avid Harley Davidson motorcycle enthusiast. Ron enjoyed researching family genealogy, polka dancing and working around the yard with his tractor. He was a graduate of Worcester Junior College and of Mount Wachusett Community College. Ron was a fan of the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots and was a member of the Gardner Pistol Club and was a former City of Gardner Call Fire Fighter. He was known for his sense of humor and sharp wit. He will be remembered as a gentle man, who put others before himself.

He leaves his wife of six years, Sandra (Bisbee-Dines) Levesque, former Police Chief of the Town of Athol; a son, Lance Levesque of Harrisville, NH; two daughters, Heather Levesque and her fiance Fred Pomerleau of Gardner and Heidi Hardy and her husband Steven of Templeton; three grandchildren, Abigail, Tanner and Alyssa Hardy of Templeton; a step grandson Steven Hardy and a step granddaughter, Kaitlynn Hardy of Arizona; a brother, Robert Levesque and his wife Lee; four nieces, Jacqui Morgan, Monique Sullivan, Michelle Ulwelling and Nicole Diez, his beloved aunt, Esther Angeloni, cousins, grandnephews and grandnieces, all of California, Oregon and Washington.

A Memorial Service will be held Friday, September 10th at 10 A.M. in Stone-Ladeau Funeral Home, 343 Central Street, Winchendon. The Rev. Susan Suchocki-Brown will officiate. Burial, with military honors, will be in the Massachusetts Veterans' Memorial Cemetery, Winchendon. Calling hours will be held Thursday, September 9th from 5 to 8 P.M. in the funeral home.

Memorial donations may be made to St. Vincent de Paul Church Charitable Society c/o Holy Rosary Church, 135 Nichols Street, Gardner, MA. 01440.


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Michelle, Rob, Anthony, and Katie Angeloni
We are so sorry to hear about Ronnie. We really enjoyed the visits with him and Sandra when they would come visit Esther and dinners at spaghetti factory. He will be missed very much! Our sympathy and love, Michelle, Rob, Anthony, and Katie Angeloni.

janice king
Dear Sandy, I just heard about Ron and I am so sorry. I wish I had been there for you. You two seemed so happy and I wish your time had been longer. But he is in a safe place and still lives in your heart and in all the memories you made.

carrie hannula
to Sandra and family-my thoughts and prayers are with you on the loss of Ron.know I care about a lot Sandra and am always here-God bless and again,my condolences as well as my dad's-carrie

Claudette (Bisson) Jandrok
My heart goes out to the Levesque And Cyr family. I know what's it's like to lose someone so very close and it will take a great deal of time to recover from the loss. The best thing that I have used to overcome the loss of my mother was to always remember the good times. Keep in mind what his favorite holidays were and each time they come in around celebrate them as if he was there, because he will be there in memory. My prayers go out to each and everyone. Love, Claudette, Stephen. Steve ane Cody

Roger and Almira Angeloni
Dearest Sandra, Our Thoughts, Prayers, and Love go out to you, your family, and all of Ron's family, during this very sad time. We were aware of Ron's serious health conditions over the past years, and we've always admired his sense of humor and the interesting stories that he loved to share. His health issues never changed the fact that Ron was a fun person . . . we will always remember your time on the West Coast visiting the Angeloni Family and Esther, and our love for him and for you was and is, always there. We have wonderful memories to hold close to our hearts, and know that Ron married an Angel . . . Love Always, Al and Rog

Pat Jandris
Our thoughts and prayers are with you now during this difficult time. May you find the strength and understanding that can help you. Sincere sympathy. Pat and Joe

Jim and Anne Burke
May you find comfort in all who loved Ron and know what a wonderful man you married....I only wish we could be there with you at this time...we love you, Sandra.

Rita Ed Johnson
Our sincere sympathy for your lost. We will miss his joyfullness. It has been a long time since Holy Rosary School. He has been a friend for a long time. You and Ron will be in our prayers. Rita and Ed

Anne 'Irish' Angeloni
Sandra, Knowing what you are going through, please know that my thoughts & prayers are with you. It's been a pleasure to spend time with you and Ronnie. May your memories bring you comfort and peace.

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