Robert “Bob” J. LeBoeuf, 75, Massena


MASSENA -- Robert “Bob” J. LeBoeuf, 75, of Massena, passed away on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, with his loving children by his side.

Bob is survived by his mother, Catherine LeBoeuf; three children: daughter, Christina LeBoeuf, daughter, Rebecca and Nick Pomainville all of Massena, NY, and son, Joseph and Gabrielle LeBoeuf of Acworth, GA; two brothers, Alan LeBoeuf of New Port Richey, FL, Glenn LeBoeuf of Florida; five grandchildren, Corey Snyder, Cozette Miller, Benjamin Gladding, Adalynn LeBoeuf and Boden Pomainville.

He was predeceased by his father, Robert J. LeBoeuf and his sister, Jean LeBoeuf.

Bob was born on April 26, 1949, in Massena. He graduated from Massena Central School and later enlisted in the US Army Reserves.

Bob also studied electrical science at Canton ATC. Bob retired from Reynolds after 30 years as an electrician.

Bob thoroughly enjoyed his retirement. He tended his large garden and always welcomed his friends and family to help themselves to some fresh veggies.

Bob was an avid reader in pursuit of knowledge. He was particularly interested in studying metaphysical phenomena and alternative healing. Bob led a group called Metaphysically Speaking for many years.

For the past six years, Bob dedicated himself to his role as the Commander of the Massena American Legion Post 79. He was committed to volunteering and supporting our local veterans and various charities.

His children have fond memories of their father’s intellectual curiosity, generosity, and his willingness to help in any way possible.

Bob never withheld praise and often told grand stories about his family and friends’ accomplishments.

He had a special love and appreciation for the dedicated employees and volunteers at the Legion.

Family and friends are welcome to call the Phillips Memorial Home in Massena on Saturday June 15, 2024, from 3:00 to 5:00pm with full Military Honors to follow.

A Celebration of Life to follow immediately at the Massena American Legion Post No. 79. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Bob’s life.

Memories, photos and condolence may be shared with the family by visiting www.PhillipsMemorial.com.