NORTHBOROUGH – Robert J. Lefevre, 79, of Northborough died Friday March 25, 2022 at St. Vincent Hospital.
He was the husband of Mary B. (LeBlanc) Lefevre for the past 58 years.
He was born, raised and educated in Marlborough, the son of the late Olivier T. and Anna (Geary) Lefevre and was a 1972 graduate of Holy Cross Institute of Industrial Relations.
Bob worked as a Manager for Canada Dry for 10 years and then worked for Cumberland Farms as a Manager at the Distribution and Manufacturing Center for 26 years before retiring.
He was a member of St. Rose of Lima Church.
Bob was an avid Red Sox and Bruins fan. He loved his family very much and enjoyed camping in their RV with them. He was set in his ways and things needed to be done his way, which was always the right way. Bob would help anyone before he helped himself. Bob enjoyed working. He would come home from work, only to get called back to work, including in the middle of the night. Bob also traveled for work to Texas , Ohio and France for a convention.
He was playing miniature golf in Anaheim California with his wife and Darrin. Darrin hit his ball and it started to roll down the hill so Bob tried to stop it and Darrin tried to stop it at the same time with his golf club . Needless to say Darrin hit Bob with his club.
He also loved his grandchildren very much.
Besides his wife he leaves a daughter Leah M. Birri and David of New Braintree; a son Darrin R. Lefevre of Northborough; a brother Paul G. Lefevre of Marlborough; three grandchildren, Cody and Rechelle, Alexandra and Shelby and her husband Seth, a great grandson Stanley, many nephews, nieces and cousins. He was predeceased by four siblings, Donald and George Lefevre, Marie Leazer and Margaret Kelly and a great granddaughter Evelyn Mae Birri-Robichaud.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated Wednesday March 30 at 11a.m. in St. Rose of Lima Church, 244 West Main Street in Northborough.
Burial will follow in Howard Street Cemetery.
Calling hours will be held Tuesday March 29 from 5-8 PM in the Collins Funeral Home, 378 Lincoln Street, Marlborough.
All are invited to sign Bob’s online guestbook at www.collinsfuneral.com.
In lieu of flowers donations in his memory may be made to (nationalmssociety.org).