Doane Beal & Ames

160 West Main Street, Hyannis, MA


James Thomas LeBoeuf

January 5, 1956December 25, 2019

James Thomas LeBoeuf was born on January 5, 1956 and passed away on December 25, 2019.


James Thomas LeBoeuf

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Jennifer Viera

January 14, 2020

I am so shocked and saddened to hear Jim passed away.. We were neighbors for years when the girls were young. He helped me out many times and always kept an eye on the neighborhood. Definitely a tough exterior but always kind. My prayers go out to his daughters and family.

Roxanne Cabral

January 9, 2020

I still can't believe you are gone, I find myself planning my week which included lunch with you 😥 you became a big part of my life, someone to talk to without judgement. I couldn't thank you enough for all the talks whether it was happy , sad, encouraging or something I didn't want to hear lol you helped me through alot of tough times with our talks. I'm missing you dearly no words could Express how thankful I am that you was a part of my life, I can only hope that what I got from you that I gave the same to you, a neverending friendship...my deepest condolences to her girls he loved you both so much you both were always his world...missing you buddy.... RIP buddy no more suffering ❤

Aaron Cotell

January 6, 2020

I’m still in shock that he is gone but I can’t say enough good things about him he was a dad to me he always wanted to help weather I wanted it or not. He gave me a career and so much more there’s not a time in my life that I could not count on him for advice. Jim and I have had our up’s and downs but he never gave up on me. I love you and you’ll always be with me...

Melissa Gauvin

January 6, 2020

It has taken me a while to compose my thoughts because I still can’t believe I will never see the bravest, strongest, most supportive and generous, often misunderstood man, friend, father, love of my life Jim.
Those of us who could see through his huge, somewhat intimidating exterior, past the hurt and fear, saw a bright light that never dimmed. He try harder at everything he did. He was quite successful more often than not, look at his pride and joy, his beautiful, bright, authentic and devoted daughters, Danielle and Patricia.
My life is forever changed because of Jim. I am a better person because he was in my life and I will continue to let his light shine.

Chris Phillips

January 6, 2020

With tears in my eyes, I write this. Jimmy was such a great guy. He knew my wife Leda though the bank and had done some excavating work for us here at home. (I have a video of him letting my wife have a go in his bobcat! What a hoot!). What a character! I would see him randomly. We shared a love of machinery and motorcycles and had many laughs about all kinds of things. The last time I saw him this past summer, he stopped by on his bike. (Oxygen tank stored in the saddlebag). He was never very comfortable having to have that thing, but it didn’t stop him from taking a rip on his bike. I’ll miss seeing him and his great smile and the laughs we had about all kinds of things! God speed Jim! Cya on the other side!

Leda Phillips

January 6, 2020

Thinking of you my friend. I'm so sorry to hear about your passing. You were such a great friend to Chris and I. Thank you for all you did for us and the great laughs we had. Ride that bike in heaven and keep smiling.

Joanna Barboza

January 3, 2020

So sorry to hear of his passing . He was always so kind and ready to lend a helping hand. Sending my thoughts to the Lebouf family and friends.


Sherril Porter

January 1, 2020

Omg. I couldn't believe it when I got the message about Jim's passing. I saw him on Sunday afternoon n I promised him I'm coming to visit him on Christmas day, but I didn't because I got out of work late, so I planned on going the Thursday but I never made it because I got the massage before I could go. I love Jim alot, he's like a father to men I'll always have him close to my heart because he meant a great deal to me. MISS U MY FRIEND.. S.I.P

Debra Ashton

December 31, 2019

To Jack and family, please accept my sincere sympathies over the death of your brother James. It is always hard to lose a sibling, but on Christmas day, it is especially sad. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.

Greg Cabral

December 28, 2019

Jimmy “mad dog”
Was like a family member to our crew ! He really loved my dad and they really enjoyed spending time together especially in Canada ! Was a good friend to all of us he will surely be missed ! He was very proud of his girls and loved them very much ! Sleep tight mad dog !! Love greg