OBITUARY

Conrad Levesque

May 18, 1936June 7, 2018

Conrad Levesque died peacefully at the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton, NH on Thursday, June 7, 2018 at the age of 82.

Conrad was born on May 18, 1936 in Van Buren, ME to Olivier and Sophie (Daigle) Levesque. He was one of 15 other siblings. He was with his longtime companion, Lucette Boudreau, who has passed. Conrad retired from Taylor Rental. Conrad was a member of the United States Airforce. On Conrad’s free time you could find him on long road trips, going out to eat, tinkering with tools, wood working, craft modeling, and enjoying the outdoors and nature.

Conrad’s family includes his daughters, Catherine and husband Paul Leggett of Weare, NH, Christine and husband Norm Stiasny of Manchester, NH, and Claudette Levesque of Manchester, NH; siblings, Germaine, Jeannette, Bob, Joe; grandchildren, Craig, Jeffrey, Lysa, Samantha, Heather, Michael, and Kaitlynne; and 6 great grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Olivier and Sophie (Daigle) Levesque; sons, Paul Levesque and Michael Levesque.

A funeral procession will form at 10:15am Thursday, June 14, 2018 at Bennett Funeral Home, 209 North Main Street, Concord, NH, followed by a chapel service at NH State Veteran’s Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Disable Veterans at www.dav.org.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at https://www.BennettFuneral.com for the Levesque family.

Services

  • Procession Thursday, June 14, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, June 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Heather Scates (Levesque)

June 13, 2018

I remember all our gatherings every Christmas from when I was little and they are the same now, always happy to go always a great time. They won’t be the same without you Pepere but I’m sure you’ll be happy knowing we will keep having them every Christmas time.

Craig Stiasny

June 12, 2018

I remember driving up to the mountains checking out the foliage( a lot cooler when you are little) then we would pull off at the little stop to check out the old man on the mountain! I feel bad for all the little ones that don't get to check out that old man! Love you pepere con

Kaitlynne Batista

June 12, 2018

When I think of my pepere I think of going to his house for holidays to eat Chinese food, play games and have fun with all of my cousins. I remember always being so excited to go to these gatherings.I remember my peperes love for wood working and his massive amount of vhs tapes. I also remember every time he was going away on a trip I knew he would be coming back to give me my squeaky cheese, which people still laugh at me for calling it that! Pepere con will definitely be missed, glad you are at peace ❤️

Chris Stiasny

June 11, 2018

I am not one to share any of my feelings for everyone to see, but for you dad, here goes, I will do my best. I remember most, the personal time that you took to spent with all of us. There were fishing trip with the 3 of us children when we were younger, a very long trip to the drive-in Movies in Milford where you made a wrong turn that added at least an extra hour to the trip. I remember when Norm and I got married where you help to bring all our donated furnishing that people gathered for us and bought them down to Maryland which was our first home. I remember going out to eat, a lot. Boy, you really liked to go out to eat.
You were a kind hearted generous man who will be sorely missed. This last year was very challenging, and now you are resting in peace without pain. I am happy about that. I love you, and Rest In Peace. Chris and Norm
This photo shows one of his greatest enjoyments.

SYLVIA DEFEO

June 10, 2018

Where should I begin? Con has been a part of my family for 32 years. He shared our kids birthdays and every Christmas . We have gone on whale watches with him, plays, craft fairs and his favorite thing to do..going out to eat.
He never hesitated to help my mother in so many ways , right to the very end of her life.
He was devoted, kind , patient. He never hesitated to help my mother, right to the very end of her life. They spent every evening together having supper then watching t.v. I can remember Con and my mother had dueling fights with the remote controls of the tv. He turned it up with his while she was turning it down with hers. You could hear her tv from the store down the street. He loved the old westerns and she ..... not so much.
I always have fond thoughts when I think about Con. He loved his girls and grandkids more than anything. They were there for him through the end.
He accepted the good and bad in all people. He really was special.
I know his hearing is good now that he is in heaven and he is no longer paralyzed. I can picture him with my Mom and his son again. I know he will continue to watch over his girls .
Rest in peace sweet Con.
Love you always.
Sylvia

Catherine Leggett

June 10, 2018

Dad, you truely are going to be missed. I am going to miss bringing the grand kids to come visit, always looked forward to see what you made for them. It was a pleasure to share them with you, and you always made the effort of being there for them and us. I LOVE YOU and check in on me from time to time cuz life will never be the same. Big hole in my heart.❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

Claudette Levesque

June 9, 2018

Dad, I'm not going to say goodbye because I know you are always going to be with me. And you will watch over me and all of us. And someday we will be together again. Until then I will carry with me all the happy memories we have shared together. And the crazy ones too. From the fishing trips (with caterpillars in my hair), to driving the wrong way on railroad tracks, to you having to listen to my crazy teen music on my boombox! And you did it all with a smile! You were there when I needed you Dad. I will miss you and always love you!! ❤ Dette (and Ollie too)

FROM THE FAMILY