LeFeuvre, Frank Ward

June 3, 1937 – December 30, 2021

Frank Ward LeFeuvre was born to Mildred and Frank LeFeuvre in Toronto, Ontario on June 3rd, 1937. On August 4, 1956 he married his beloved Barbara LeFeuvre (nee Bullard) and the LeFeuvre Family was formed. Father to Randy (Donna), Michel (Tom), and Rob (Shelia), brother of Donna, uncle and father figure to his nieces and nephew Jodie, Danny, Lorry, Cindy (Tom) and Jennifer. Grandfather to Breanne, Jessemy (Hayley), Aloysia, and Jared, and great-grandfather to his cherished great-grandchildren Ellah, Anica, Vaughn, Cassius, Lily, Irelynn, and Lunetta all of whom live in the light of his legacy taught through a strong presence and gentle hand, as well as Great Uncle to Ryan, all of whom will sorely miss him.

Many of the children Frank worked with as a teacher, coach and outdoor educator beginning in Toronto until his retirement in his adored Wawa, Ontario were positively influenced by him, some becoming teachers because of his influence.

December 30, 2021 in Orillia, Ontario with his family beside him, Franks’ life ended peacefully in hospital. He will be forever loved and missed as so many will remember the impact he has had on us and the world.

A Celebration of Life will be shared at a date to be scheduled in spring of 2022. Please celebrate Franks’ life by emailing your thoughts and stories to [email protected]

No flowers please, he requested donations be made in his honour to War Amps of Canada. Donations may be made through the Simcoe Funeral Home, 38 James Street E. Orillia (705) 327-0221.

Messages of condolence are welcomed at www.simcoefuneralhome.ca

4 comments

  1. So sorry to hear of Frank’s death, my condolences to Barb and family..Betty Robertson

  2. My condolences to all of the LeFeuvre family . I remember Frank is being an absolutely lovely man.

  3. My deepest condolences to your family. I will always be grateful to Frank for allowing me to bring my dogsled team of huskies to give jr. and sr. kindergarten classes sled rides for a number of years, RIP Frank

  4. Throughout the many years I spoke with Frank both as a mother and teacher, I found him to be kind, reflective, and progressive. Thoughtful regards to the family.