Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Saturday, April 30th, 1932 pg 9
Phillip T. Leger Shediac, April 29 -
Phillip T. Leger, for 20 years a highly esteemed resident of Shediac town and a member of one of the largest Canadian National Railway families in the Dominion, died at his home late last night after a long period of ill health. Mr. Leger was born 65 years ago at Upper Aboujagane, parish of Shediac, a son of the late Theophile Leger. For many years he was a valued employe of the Moncton Shops, retiring 10 years ago because of declining health, but not under the provisions of the superannuation fund. He is survived by his step-mother, Mrs. Theophile Leger, of Barachois, parish of Shediac; his wife, formerly Miss Emilienne LeBlanc; four sons, Edmund, of Moncton, C.N.R. Shopman; Clarence of Springhill Junction, C.N.R. car inspector; Phillip of Shediac, C.N.R. shopman; Leonide, Shediac, C.N.R. shopman; two daughters, Mrs. Valentine Landry (Jeanne, of St. Andre, parish of Shediac), and Mrs. Conroy (Edmee), wife of Frank Conroy of the Customs Department, Moncton; five brothers, Edward of Shediac, C.N.R. shopman; Donat, of Shediac, C.N.R. shopman; Patrick, also of Shediac; Augustine, proprietor of the Riverside Hotel, Moncton, and former manager of the Canadian House, Shediac, and Paul, of Aboujagune (Lower) and two sisters, Mrs. Docithe Melanson (Mary), Moncton, and Mrs. Vitaline Gauvin, also of that city. The funeral will take place at St. Joseph's Church, Shediac, Rev. Father John J.V.Gaudet, pastor, at nine o'clock on Saturday morning, when a high mass of requiem will be sung.