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Re: Information On Leo Moreau m, To Adeline Jones(Pembroke)
Posted by: Linda Reid (ID *****0838) Date: September 30, 2010 at 22:00:14
In Reply to: Information On Leo Moreau m, To Adeline Jones(Pembroke) by Clare of 924

Hi: Your message is 6 years old, so I don't know if you are still looking for information about the Moreau family. Leo and Lena's son Tom was my father-in-law. I remember Lena came to NS to visit them .... maybe about 1983. Tom became a priest, but after a number of years, he left the church, but did not leave his faith. It was always the anchor of his life. He married Joan Davies (nee MacIntosh), a widow with 2 children, and he and Joan had 5 sons and a daughter of their own. I consider myself blessed to have had Joan and Tom in my life. They were the most accepting, loving, gracious people I have ever known. And they had the best sense of humour ... which they passed on to their children. And they loved to read. I think Tom had two PhDs ... but you would never have known. He was humble and unassuming ... and loved to laugh. He died in 1996... but Joan is living with one of her sons near Halifax, NS. She is 90, and her body is frail, but she is still a delight. If you would like more info, let me know.
Linda


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