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Mr.  Leo J. Letendre
  • American Cancer Society 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701
  • American Cancer Society
    30 Speen St.
    Framingham, MA 01701

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CAPT.LETENDRE WAS A CLASS ACT. REST IN PEACE


Posted by: A friend   Sep 01, 2019

I was an email friend with Leo for several years,from 2011.
I was introduced to him by mutual friends, Doc & Marion Buttermore. They were neighbors of his and your mom at their winter homes.
He didn't write as often once he moved to the assisted living facility but did keep in touch.
He was such a caring man with all that he did for our country and for others.
I would have loved to have known him in person.
My sincere condolences to his family and all that knew and loved him.
Suzanne Landy
Safety Harbor, FL


Posted by: Suzanne Landy - Safety Harbor, FL   Aug 10, 2019

Mr. Letendre,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your years of dedicated service and sacrifice-first for our Country when you served with the USN during WW II as a Submariner with the Silent Service and later for the citizens of Somerville when you served with the SPD. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Fair Winds And Following Seas


Posted by: Mike Casey(former Ma resident - El Paso, TX   May 03, 2019

With deepest sympathy to the Letendre Family. Michele, so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. May God bless you and your family.
Sincere Sympathy. Linda (Pike) Mariano


Posted by: Linda Mariano - Canton, MA   Apr 30, 2019

As you remember your love one, as God heals your broken hearts (Psalm 147:3), may your treasured memories continue to bring you peace, comfort, and strength to endure.


Posted by: A friend   Apr 29, 2019

Leo was one of the volunteers that worked with me at Hallmark Health Cancer Center in Stoneham. He was such a kind and genuine gentleman. He loved volunteering at the Center . He always had a smile for everyone and he touched many lives throughout the years. He made the best of every challenge that came his way. He led a very remarkable and interesting life. He was loved and respected by everyone here. He will never be forgotten.


Posted by: Kathi Whittier - Stoneham, MA - Coworker   Apr 29, 2019

We are so sorry to hear about Leo's passing. He was a wonderful, kind man with a huge heart. We loved listening to him talk about his family and life stories and what an impressive life he lived. He was loved and respected by everyone that knew him and we feel blessed to have known him for 11 yrs. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all. May your memories bring you peace and comfort. Deepest condolences, the Watson family.


Posted by: Alice Watson - Manchester, NH - friend   Apr 26, 2019

For years we heard the legend of Leo Letendre as lovingly told by the Montclair wing of his family. And were thrilled to meet him and Betty at different functions, as they beamed and presided over everyone's good time. Without knowing it, he had through his emissaries a distant but enormous impact on our lives. Thank you, Leo.


Posted by: Bob/Kasey Goger - Montclair, NJ - Family Friend   Apr 25, 2019

I had distinct pleasure of knowing and having a long terms friendship with Leo. I met Leo when I was 19 years old working directly with him at the Somerville Police Department and throughout the decades I knew him, he was truly a "class act". He never thought of himself; rather he always helped all he knew. His number one love were his wife Betty, his daughters Karen and Michele and his sons Kenneth and Gerard about whom he proudly

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Posted by: A friend   Apr 24, 2019

As the former Manager of Volunteer Services of MelroseWakefield Hospital and the Hallmark Infusion/Oncology center in Stoneham, I had the honor of working with Leo. He always had a contagious smile. We thank him for his dedicated service to us.

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. Rest In Peace.


Posted by: Anne Marie Sirois - Salem, MA - Coworker   Apr 24, 2019