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Joseph Boudreau

Leo Boudreau, also known as Joseph Eugene Lionel Boudreau, passed away in Markham on September 18, 2023. Born on January 19, 1934, in Levis, Quebec, Leo was the son of Yvonne and Eugene Boudreau.

Throughout his life, Leo dedicated 35 years of service to the Royal Canadian Air Force. Afterward, he continued his career as an airframe mechanic, working for Field Aviation and Spar Aerospace in Trenton, Ontario. In addition to his professional pursuits, Leo had a passion for fishing and was a talented handyman and craftsman. He constantly delighted in taking on various projects for his loved ones.

Leo leaves behind his devoted wife of 55 years, Joan, their children Mark (Alison) and Joanne (Mark), as well as his grandsons Sam Boudreau, Henry Boudreau, and Jack Kidnie. He also has a surviving brother named Pete. Sadly, Leo was predeceased by his brother Lawrence and sister Aline Demers.

A celebration of Leo’s remarkable life was held on Sunday, September 24, at the Dixon-Garland Funeral Home located at 166 Main Street North in Markham. For those who wish to extend their condolences, they can be shared online at http://www.dixongarland.com.

Leo Boudreau, known by his nickname Leo, passed away on September 18, 2023, in Markham. Leo was born in Levis, Quebec on January 19, 1934, to his parents Yvonne (nee Nadeau) and Eugene Boudreau. For a remarkable 35 years, Leo proudly served in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Following his military career, Leo found a new calling as an airframe mechanic working at Field Aviation and Spar Aerospace in Trenton, Ontario. Fishing brought him much joy, and in his spare time, Leo skillfully used his talents as a handyman and craftsman to take on various projects for his family and friends. Leo’s legacy lives on through his loving wife of 55 years, Joan (nee Smith), their children Mark (Alison) and Joanne (Mark), their grandsons Sam Boudreau, Henry Boudreau, Jack Kidnie, and his brother Pete. He is preceded in death by his brother Lawrence and sister Aline Demers. To celebrate Leo’s life, a memorial service was held on Sunday, September 24, at Dixon-Garland Funeral Home, 166 Main Street North in Markham. If you’d like to offer your condolences, please visit http://www.dixongarland.com.

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