SOUTHBRIDGE: Victor A. Lefebvre, 83, of Worcester St., died Wednesday, July 12, 2023, in Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT.
He leaves his wife of 41 years Monique (Timmerman) Lefebvre formerly from Stamford, CT. He also leaves behind daughters Tanya Fisk and husband Dan of Yorba Linda, CA. and Nicole (Maher) Crean of Southbridge, MA, a sister Louise Gard of Charlton, MA, several grandchildren, great grandchildren, as well as many nieces and nephews. A special thank you for their love and support during this difficult time is extended to his nieces and nephew Susan Tittle, Ann Tremblay, and Robert Gard who visited their uncle during his final days and hours of his life. He was predeceased by a son Christopher Lefebvre, parents Anna (Baronuk) and Victor O. Lefebvre, brother-in-law Frank Gard.
Victor was born in Southbridge the son of the late Victor O. and Anna (Baronuk) Lefebvre and lived in the area most of his life. He also lived in San Mateo, California for several years and was the owner/operator of a fiber optics company. In addition in resided in Stamford, CT for several years before returning to Southbridge in 1988. He attended/graduated from High School in 1958 and served in the Navy shortly thereafter.
His career/expertise in fiber optics afforded him the opportunity to work for several fiber optic companies, i.e. ACMI/Stamford, CT, Karl Storz/Charlton, MA, Incom/Charlton, MA, OFS Optics/Charlton, MA.
Victor loved to play jokes on his family and friends. He also helped numerous friends during their time of hardship without expecting anything in return. Though Victor officially retired in 1993 for medical reasons, he also enjoyed working daily on his computer. During his retirement from a career he enjoyed immensely, he dedicated his remaining life and time to his wife Monique by ensuring that each day she worked before her retirement in 2017, the house was routinely maintained and a drink and dinner were waiting for her when she returned home each day. He continued his loving dedication and devotion to his wife until his medical condition worsened in 2022.
At his request all his services will be private. In loving memory, please donate a flowering plant to be placed on the front lawn of Victor’s home.
Belanger-Bullard Funeral Home, 51 Marcy St. Southbridge is directing arrangements.
An online guestbook and a video tribute are available at www.BelangerFuneralHome.com