Bernard Paul Le­Clair

The Telegraph (Macon) - - Obituaries -

RAY­MOND, WASH­ING­TON- Bernard Paul Le­Clair ( Lee), age 94, of Ray­mond, Wash­ing­ton, passed away Satur­day night, De­cem­ber 1, 2018 at the home of his son and daugh­ter-in law sur­rounded by his fam­ily. Born Oc­to­ber 4, 1924 in Port Colden, New Jersey, Lee was he youngest of seven chil­dren born to the late Joseph Ed­mund and Emma (Charoux) Le­Clair.

Lee­wasaUSNavy vet­eran who served our coun­try dur­ingWorldWar II. He was aMo­torMa­chin­istMate, First Class from1941 to 1947. Dur­ing his time of ser­vice he also vol­un­teered and par­tic­i­pated in the Joint Task Atomic Bomb test Op­er­a­tion Cross­roads at Bikini Atoll, Mar­shall Is­lands.

He­wasamem­ber of the VFWand theAmer­i­can le­gion Post No. 150. His fa­vorite ac­tiv­i­ties were bowl­ing, fish­ing, hunt­ing and golf.

Lee leaves be­hind three chil­dren, Lois Peb­bles McHugh of Eden, NC, Brenda Timms ofMa­con, GA, and Ter­rance Le­Clair (Char­mayne) of, Ray­mond, WA, 8 grand­chil­dren and 19 great grand­chil­dren. To his grand­chil­dren, San­dra Peb­bles Tug­gle, Dustin Peb­bles, Christa Timms New­ton, Chad Timms, Jerad Le­Clair, Travis Set­tle­myre (Le­Clair), Melissa Le­Clair Gon­za­les, and Paul Le­Clair he was lov­ingly known as PopPop, the grand­fa­ther that shared his love of sports and sto­ries of life with each of them when­ever he could.

Me­mo­rial ser­vices for Lee will be an­nounced at a later date.

Ar­range­ments are in care of Stoller’sMor­tu­ary in Ray­mond, WA. Youmay visit www.Stoller­sMor­tu­ to leave con­do­lences for the fam­ily.

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