Patricia A. Lebeau, 84, Tiverton

Loved bingo and time with her family

By Ted Hayes
Posted 3/30/22

Patricia A. Lebeau, 84, from Tiverton, passed away on March 23rd. She was the wife of William J. Lebeau Sr.

Born in Framingham, MA, she was the daughter of Leola (Lomas) and Robert …

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Patricia A. Lebeau, 84, Tiverton

Loved bingo and time with her family

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Patricia A. Lebeau, 84, from Tiverton, passed away on March 23rd. She was the wife of William J. Lebeau Sr.

Born in Framingham, MA, she was the daughter of Leola (Lomas) and Robert Mcpherson. She had formerly worked as a lunch lady for the Tiverton school system. She enjoyed playing bingo and loved spending time with her family.

In addition to her husband, she leaves her children, William Lebeau Jr. (Lori), Lawrence W. Lebeau (Saai), Michael R. Lebeau, Kevin J. Lebeau  and Faith Lebeau (Michael Patterson). Grandchildren Shelley Lebeau, Timothy Lebeau, Stacy Lebeau, Michael C. Lebeau, Sara Patterson, Luke Lebeau and Grace Patterson. In addition, she leaves a great-grandchild, Aria Lebeau and a sister, Jane Parent.

Private service are with the Pocasset Memorial Funeral Home, 462 Main Road, Tiverton, RI. See www.almeida-pocasset.com for online guest book.

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