Paul E. L’Archevesque, 73, of Barrington

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Paul E. L’Archevesque, 73, of Barrington, died Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, at home. He was the beloved husband of Yolanda (Lamarre) L’Archevesque.

Born in Fall River, a son of the late Armand and Bertha (Mahon) L’Archevesque, he was the owner of Elmwood Dodge.

His memberships included the Fall River Country Club, Wannamoisett Country Club and Bear Lakes Country Club, West Palm Beach, Fla.

Besides his wife, he leaves his children, Paul L’Archevesque of Swansea, Jay L’Archevesque of Rehoboth, and Allyson L’Archevesque of Naples, Fla. He was the brother of Joan Howard of Fall River and Barbara Azbell of Bellerica, Mass.. He was the loving grandfather of Brandon, Gabriel, Jonathon, Matthew and Nicholas, and great-grandfather of Dylan.

The funeral services will be held Friday, Dec. 14, at 11 a.m. in Seekonk Congregational Church, 600 Fall River Avenue, Seekonk, MA 02771. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Cure PSP, 30 East Padonia Rd., Ste 201, Timonium, MD 21093 or Hospice VNA of Bristol and Newport Counties, 1184 East Main Rd., Portsmouth, RI 02871. Visit wjsmithfh.com

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Christine1971

I am so sorry to hear the loss of Mr. L'archevesque. My sympathies go out to Yolanda, Paul, Jay and Allyson. What a wonderful guy with a great personality the years I known him. xxoo God Rest Your Soul & Rest in Peace. Chrissy

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