Robert Lefebvre
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BENNINGTON - Robert Emile Lefebvre, 69, of Readsboro, died Tuesday, February 6, at Centers for Living and Rehabilitation in Bennington. He was born in Adams, MA, on March 7, 1948, a son of Gilbert and Florence (Roberts) Lefebvre.

Mr. Lefebvre attended local schools and graduated from the former St. Joseph’s High School. He went on to attend North Adams State College, as well as Westfield State College, and was a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving in the US Navy.

Before his retirement, Mr. Lefebvre was empoyed by the town of Readsboro for several years. He was a member of the Readsboro American Legion and enjoyed woodworking, riding his motorcycle, and searching on the computer.

Survivors include his wife Earlene D. (Sanderson) Lefebvre, whom he married on July 8, 1967. Mr. Lefebvre also leaves two daughters Charlotte Clark and her husband Christopher, of Readsboro, and Lisa Noyes and her husband Andrew, of Halifax; three grandchildren, Angelina Clark and Miranda and Samantha Noyes; a sister, Donna Lefebvre and her husband Paul Drozdowski,of Tennessee; as well as nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brother Thomas Lefebvre.To add to the Book of Memories visit
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