Robert Alcide Leduc

Life Story

Robert Alcide Leduc 71, of Lewiston, passed away peacefully, after a courageous battle with cancer, on Saturday, January 5, at the Androscoggin Hospice House in Auburn. Bob was born on July 26, 1947, in Lewiston Maine a son of Alcide and Aldea (Mailhot) Leduc. Bob was educated in Lewiston and graduated from Saint Dominic Academy. After high school, Bob attended Bliss College in Lewiston and received a degree in business management. After College, Bob enlisted in the United States Navy and was deployed twice to Antarctica, in total Bob spent seven years serving his country in the USN, and USN reserves.  While in the Navy reserves, Bob met his wife of 47 years, Linda Elaine Veilleux of Lewiston, Maine. Together Bob and Linda raised their two daughters in Lewiston, where Bob worked at Marco and Harvey, and Food Town in Lewiston. Bob then spent 21 years at Geiger Brothers in Lewiston, retiring in 2016. Bob was very adept with technology, building and hosting his own email server as one example. Bob also enjoyed new technology gadgets and he seemed to have a new one every time they came out. Bob and his wife Linda enjoyed traveling with trips to: Bermuda, Italy, Alaska, Florida, Texas, Naples Maine, Bar Harbor, and Boothbay.  Bob enjoyed cross country skiing, camping, fishing, and boating. AKA: Canoe Ledu. Bob will be sorely missed by his surviving wife Linda Elaine Leduc, brother Charles Leduc, and wife, Claire; sisters Pauline Pare, Theresa Parent and husband, Raymond; sister in-law Valerie Ferrante and husband James; daughters Diana Riordan and husband John, Christine Georges and husband George; grandchildren Amber Bissonette Leduc, Jared Leduc, Olivia Leduc, Kenneth Leduc Harris, Maya Georges, Kelsey Fish, Courtney Riordan, Chandler Riordan; great-grandchild Carson Fish; as well as many loved nieces and nephews. Bob was predeceased, by his parents Alcide and Aldea Leduc of Lewiston. The family would like to thank Androscoggin Home Health Care, and the Hospice House of Auburn for their compassionate care given to Bob in his final few days.


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