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Florence Lefebvre was one of a kind


  |  Posted: Saturday, May 03, 2014 06:00 am

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I note with sorrow the passing of Florence Lefebvre, a legendary St. Albert character.

When I chaired the board of the Musée Heritage Museum, she was a member of the board but she usually declined my invitation to give her a ride to the meetings, being independent Florence!

I recall a particularly cold, wintery day when we met up at the Little White Schoolhouse and were startled when the door flew open and there was Florence, with her usual smile. A long walk on a nasty day. Her contributions were always welcomed.

R.I.P., Florence.

Robert (Bob) K. Lane, St. Albert


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