Lefebvre, Wilfred "Fred"

LEFEBVRE, Wilfred "Fred"

1950 - 2022

On Tuesday November 1st The Legend, Mr. Wilfred (Fred) Lefebvre passed away suddenly while doing what he loved at the young age of 72! He was born to Margaret and Rene Lefebvre on February 7, 1950 in Mattawa, Ontario.

Fred is survived by his wife Bonnie, and his children Jacqui, Daniel (Kavita), Troy (Ashley), Lyle (Ashley) and Mitch (Diana) as well as Ben Jr. and Erica and many grandchildren! As well as his sisters and brothers Jeannine (Harold), Richard (Sylvie), Mike (Jackie) and Terry (Kenny), and his Brother-in-laws Doyle and Mike. Fred is predeceased by both his parents and his first wife Shirley. Fred had so many friends and extended family that we cannot mention them all!

Little Indian the man, the Legend spent his life doing what he loved. From the age of 14 driving a truck in a potato field till the day he passed he was a trucker. A legend known by so many whether it be for his cow bell signoff on the CB to the crazy rubber chicken that had a convoy of trucks stop to pick it off the highway when it fell out of his hand while driving. It was this life of being on the roadway away from his family where he combined his passion with his responsibility as a husband and father to provide for his family.

The little man with a big personality will be missed by all that he met and interacted with in the area he lived and the roads he travelled.

A Celebration of life will be held on Saturday November 5th at 1pm at the New Liskeard Community Hall with a Truck procession to follow! Everyone is welcome! In honour of Fred don’t come too dressed up!

Donation to the New Liskeard Bikers Reunion Cancer Community Care can be made in Fred’s honour! The Bikers Reunion was one of his loves!

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Bonnie and all the family

Condolences to all the family Fred will be missed by many who knew Fred R.I.P. God bless all the family at this time of sorrow

Carol Dorion, November 3, 2022

Bonnie and all the family members

We wish to send our sincere condolences to all of you. Fred was cheerful, hardworking and a friend to many and surely will be missed.

Garfield and Marlene Jelly, November 3, 2022

Jacqui Lefebvre

Our deepest sympathy to Jacqui, Dan, Troy, Lyle and to all of Fred's family. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

Ken and Carol Kieswetter

Carol Kieswetter, November 3, 2022

Fred's children and siblings

Barry and I would like to send our sincere condolences. I have not seen Fred since the passing of my father, but as I remember he was a real joker in his younger years. He will be truly missed by family, relatives and friends.

Jaclyn and Barry Kuehl, November 3, 2022

Bonnie, Troy, Jackie and families

Deepest condolences for your loss. It is not very often someone gets to enjoy his life’s work right till the end. Fred will be missed by the community but especially at Conray dymond and at home

John and Deborah Dekkers

Deb and John Dekkers, November 3, 2022

Fred's Family

Fred was a real character and the team at Coca-Cola Brampton will really miss his presence when picking up his load for DC North. Everyone on the team, took a moment this week to reflect on the loss and talk their fond memories of Fred.

Our deepest condolences to your family on your loss. Fred will always be with us in our hearts.

Employees from Coca-Cola Brampton

Jill Firman, November 4, 2022

Dan, Jacqui, Troy, and Lyle

My deepest sympathies for your loss. Fred had a larger then life personality and could always brighten the mood wherever he was. He will be greatly missed.

Marianne Kieswetter., November 4, 2022

Bonnie and family

So sorry to hear of Fred’s passing. He was such a wonderful man, always with a kind word and a laugh to share. Sincere condolences

Kelly Brownlee, November 4, 2022

Bonnie and family

Michael and I are deeply saddened by Fred’s sudden passing. Fred was an absolute delight, and he will be profoundly missed. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time of sorrow!! Hugs to you and family xo

Susan & Michael Poirier, November 5, 2022

Bonnie and family

So very sorry for your loss Bonnie and family. Big hugs to all.

billie & warren, November 5, 2022

All Fred’s famiy

Our thoughts are with you and we feel your pain. Happy trails Freddy until we meet again. Preacher and Preacher’s wife

Doug and Abby Smythe , November 5, 2022

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