OBITUARY

Leo Paul Lacombe Jr.

September 10, 1935April 14, 2018

Norwich-Leo “Paul” Lacombe Jr., age 82, passed away at his sister Barbara Bergdoll’s home surrounded by his family after a brief illness. He was born in Norwich on September 10, 1935 to the late Leo Paul Sr. and Julia (Barron) Lacombe. Paul graduated from NFA and was a veteran of the US Navy. He then went on to get a bachelor’s degree at UCONN. He was a sailboat enthusiast. He is survived by a brother Donald Lacombe (Annette) of Norwich, a sister Barbara Bergdoll (Robert Sr.) of Uncasville, a sister Cynthia Pedersen of Voluntown, a brother in law Raymond Deptulski and twelve nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by a sister Kathleen Deptulski and a nephew Thomas Deptulski. Services will be private and at the convenience of the family. Donations may be made in Paul’s honor to the Center for Hospice Care of Southeastern CT, 227 Dunham Street, Norwich, CT 06360. Please visit www.montvillefuneralhome.com to leave an online condolence for the Lacombe family.

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Leo Paul Lacombe Jr.

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Robert MCGRATH

April 18, 2018

Rest in Peace Paul Sincerely Bob & Ann McGrath

John Kaszuba

April 17, 2018

Paul was my boyhood friend. Long ago he was like a brother to me.
May God take care of my friend.

Enjoy Heaven old pal,

John Kaszuba

Dorothy Lewis

April 17, 2018

Dear Lacombe Family, My sincere condolences on the loss of your dear brother , brother in law, uncle Paul. We were neighbors years ago on the west side in Norwich. I became a friend of your parents and most of your family members. I remember your Mom telling me stories of Paul's adventures. He was a great guy. I watched Cindy grow into a young woman.I remember when Kathy and Ray got married. I cherish all those memories. Your family is close to my heart. My wish is that those good memories give you comfort in the days to come. In friendship and love, Dottie Lewis, Norwich.

FROM THE FAMILY