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Roland J. Léger1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, n. 1939-06-30, d. 2012-12-14

  • Roland J. Léger est né le 1939-06-30 à Memramcook, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.1,4,6
  • Roland J. Léger a épousé Alice Léger, fille de Roméo Léger et Mayme Leblanc, le 1960-07-23 à Saint Louis de France, Lewisville, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada; Témoins: Léonard Arsenault (Lewisville, NB) & Viola Leger (Lewisville, NB.)1,8,9,2,3,4,5,6
  • Roland J. Léger est décédé le 2012-12-14 à Monarch Hall, Riverview, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.5
  • Les funérailles de Roland J. Léger ont eu lieu 2012-12-17 à Saint Louis de France, Moncton, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.5
  • Roland J. Léger a été inhumé à Cimetière Notre Dame du Calvaire, Dieppe, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.5

Les enfants de Roland J. Léger et Alice Léger:

Biographical information / Informations biographiques

Cooperator Empolyee4
Propriétaire de l'Hôtel Canadiana à Moncton1
He attended Lewisville school and Assumption College in Moncton, where he studied accounting. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force, then employed with CN. In 1975, he followed his dreams of becoming an Entrepreneur and was a member of the Hospitality Industry. He was the owner of multiple Victorian homes in the Moncton area. He strongly believed in the preserving Heritage Housing; which he accomplished through multiple buildings. For over 38 years, alongside his beloved wife (Alice Leger), they owned and operated one of Moncton’s most prestigious hospitality landmarks- The CanadianaInn. Walking into the Canadiana Inn, you would notice Roland’s pride & love for quality, antiques, art, and family portraits; which could be seen at every corner. He won numerous awards for contributing to Tourism New Brunswick. Roland had several past times which included collecting antique cars and furniture. He loved to water paint and sketch, spending winters in Florida with his wife, and spending as much time as possible with his family at "the cottage", in Cocagne Cape. His grand children also enjoyed "the cottage". "Pa" as the grand children called him, would take them out for ice cream at the Cape, in his 1950 Cadillac- a memory his grandchildren will cherish forever (including the no seat bells in the Cadillac). They will miss their "Pa" very much.5

Chronology / Chronologie

DatesDetails / Détails
1939Roland J. Léger est né le 1939-06-30 à Memramcook, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.1,4,6
1960Au moment de son mariage, Roland J. Léger vivait à Lewisville, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.4
1960Roland J. Léger a épousé Alice Léger, fille de Roméo Léger et Mayme Leblanc, le 1960-07-23 à Saint Louis de France, Lewisville, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada; Témoins: Léonard Arsenault (Lewisville, NB) & Viola Leger (Lewisville, NB.)1,8,9,2,3,4,5,6
1992Roland J. Léger vivait à Moncton, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.7
2012Au moment de son décès, Roland J. Léger demeurait à Riverview, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.5
2012Roland J. Léger est décédé le 2012-12-14 à Monarch Hall, Riverview, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.5
2012Les funérailles de Roland J. Léger ont eu lieu 2012-12-17 à Saint Louis de France, Moncton, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.5
Roland J. Léger a été inhumé à Cimetière Notre Dame du Calvaire, Dieppe, Westmorland, Nouveau Brunswick, Canada.5
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Sources

  1. [S20] Gisèle Léger-Ryan & Maurice Léger, Les Ancêtres et Descendants de Honoré Léger et de Angéline Boudreau (Moncton, NB: Imprimerie A. Dupuis Inc., 1995-05-09).
  2. [S6180] Eugenio M. Leger - obituary, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, 2009-05-23.
  3. [S6689] Marina Saulnier - obituary, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, August 10, 2009.
  4. [S7630] Archives provinciales du Nouveau-Brunswick, "SD141 Statistiques de l'état civil", base de données, index des mariages du N.-B. ), Microfilm: F24375, No. d'enregistrement: 3040, Roland J. Léger & Alice Léger, (1960-07-23).
  5. [S9954] "Frenette Funeral Home", obituary, Frenette Funeral Home, (http://www.salonfrenette.com/en/Obituaries/75482/ : accessed 2013-01-27), Roland Leger (2012).
  6. [S10347] Roland J. Leger & Alice C. Leger - pierre tombale, cimetière Notre Dame du Calvaire, Dieppe, NB, photographié par Gilles Pinet le 2013-06-13.
  7. [S11832] Mrs. A. Leger - obituary, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, 1992-07-25, pg 20.
  8. [S1235] Viola 'Vi' Arsenault - nécrologie, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, 16 octobre 2002;voir aussi: Viola "Vi" Arsenault - nécrologie, www.frenettefuneralhome.com, Moncton, NB, 14 octobre 2002;Viola "Vi" Arsenault - nécrologie, www.salonfrenette.com, Moncton, NB, 14 octobre 2002.
  9. [S4269] R. Leger - obituary, Moncton Times, Moncton, NB, February 16, 1976, pg 3;Moncton Times Moncton, NB
    Monday, February 16th, 1976 pg 3

    R. Leger -
    Romeo Leger of 49 Mansfield Street, Moncton, was dead on arrival at Moncton Hospital Saturday. He was 71. Born in Cap Pele, he was a son of the late Hypolite and Rosalie (Richard) Leger. He retired from Humphrey Wollen Mills in 1970 after 40 years. He Attended St. Louis de France Roman Catholic Church in Lewisville. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Leonard J. Arsenault (Viola) amd Mrs. Roland Leger (Alice), both of Lewisville; three sisters, Mrs. Johnny Belliveau (Rita) of St. Paul, Juliette and Lorette Leger, both of Amherst, N.S.; four brothers, Rev. Gregoire Leger, Maliseet, Alban of Burlington, Ont., Lionel and Antoine, both of Amherst; three grandchildren. His wife, the former Mayme LeBlanc, died in 1970. The body is resting at Frenette's funeral home, 88 Church Street, Moncton. The funeral will be Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Louis de France Roman Catholic Church, Lewisville. Interment will be in Our Lady of Calvary Cemetery.
  10. [S8415] Leger-Thebeau, Times & Transcript, Moncton, NB, October 11, 1986, pg 31.
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