It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that the family of Alec Le Brun, announces his passing on Thursday, March 6, 2014 at his home from COPD complications.
Alec was born in Saint Peter’s on the Island of Jersey, Channel Islands, British Isles, on January 16, 1936. He was the only son of Alec and Dorothy Le Brun. Alec served three years in the British Army then worked with his Father in Le Brun Contracting. Alec started his own family in 1961 and emigrated to Burnaby B.C. Canada in 1964. In 1966 Alec began working at P.G. Pulp and moved his family to Prince George, B.C. In 1972 the family moved to Quesnel, with the opening of Cariboo Pulp and Paper, where Alec worked until he retired in 1995.
Alec was a member of the Shriners, the Masonic Lodge, the Royal Canadian Legion and served as a Quesnel City Alderman.
Alec is survived by his loving wife Pamela Le Brun, they were married on May 8, 1996. He is mourned by his son Carl; daughters Amanda (Les Clarke) and Linda (Cassidy Smith); step-sons John and Peter Wright; grandchildren: Nicole, Michael, Matthew, Brook-Lynn, Frankie, Kristie, Dustin, John G. and Helena; great granddaughter Neveah; his sister June (Ken De Gruchy) and his faithful companion Dolly “the dog”.
Alec is pre-deceased by his parents Alec and Dorothy, his eldest daughter Paula, grandson Joshua and his sister Fay.
Alec’s family would like to thank the Ambulance Paramedics, Russ and Kevin, Corporal Riddle and Constable Simmons for their help and kindness on March 6, 2014.
In keeping with his wishes a celebration of Alec’s life will take place on Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 2pm, it is an open house at 3360 Pedersen Road, Quesnel, BC.
In memory of Alec, donations can be made to the B.C. Lung Association.