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Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

429 2Nd Street South, Kenora, ON

OBITUARY

Leo Crespeigne

November 12, 1949November 22, 2019

Leo Ernest Crespeigne passed away on Nov.22, 2019, 10 days after celebrating his 70th Birthday.

Born Nov.12, 1949 in Emo, Ontario to Aurore and George Crespeigne, he was one of 9 Children. He lived the majority of his life in Kenora, ON.

Dad worked many years in the Auto Industry, at one time having his own Auto Parts store in Kenora. He was passionate about all sports but took great pride in all the hockey teams he coached in his life. He remained a huge hockey fan and was always up for chatting about a game, player or coaching .He always enjoyed the fishing trips that he was went on with his family and friends. Dad was very lucky to have great friends and family that would break him away for a day to the Casino, which he loved.

Leo is survived by his Son, Mark (Tina), Daughter Barb and Son Michael (Annissa). His three grandsons, Zachary, Carter and Griffyn. He is also survived by brother, Andy (Gloria), brother Jerry, sister Loretta Windsor, sister Anita Mosionier and sister Suzanne (Tony) Harker. Leo was also survived by numerous Uncles, Aunts, Nieces, Nephews and Cousins.

Leo was predeceased by his parents George and Aurore, his brothers Edgar and Marvin and sister Georgette.

Cremation has taken place, and Dad's wishes were to not have a funeral, however there will be a Celebration of Life planned for a later date.

Online condolences may be made at www.brownfuneralhomekenora.com

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Marjorie Zimmer

November 29, 2019

Sorry to hear of the loss of Leo, a Rideout fella. Paul and I talked to Leo when he was in hospital in August of 2018 and reminisced about years gone by of the Mikado Avenue families: the Moores, the Norlens, the Lavergnes, etc. Leo was certainly a trooper for many years battling his illness. Our sincerest condolences go out to his entire family. Marjorie Zimmer (nee Drew) and Paul Jackson.

FROM THE FAMILY
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