Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Saturday, August 3rd, 1957 pg 5
A. F. Leger Dies at 65 -
Arthur F. Leger, deputy warden of Westmorland and a leader in municipal affairs for many years, died Thursday in the Hotel Dieu here. Mr. Leger was 65 years of age and had entered the hospital for treatment a little over three weeks ago. A resident of Dorchester Crossing, Westmorland county, Mr. Leger had long taken an active interest in community and municipal affairs. In 1944 he was elected to the Westmorland Municipal Council and served without interruption until his death; he was elected deputy warden of the municipality in January of 1956. Always interested in county affairs and willing to devote his time and talent to the betterment of the area. Mr. Leger served as chairman of the public accounts committee and was a member of the council's finance committee. Surviving are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Claude Johnson, Humphrey and Mrs. Joseph Kilroe, Scoudouc; two brothers, Alphonse of Shediac and Anthony of Quebec and five sisters, Mrs. E. Belliveau, Shediac; Mrs. C. Bourque, Dorchester Crossing; Miss L. Leger, Dorchester Crossing; Mrs. B. Hughes and Mrs. Alice Harrington of New York. Funeral service will be held Sunday at 2.30 from the Dorchester Crossing Roman Catholic Church.