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Patrick Joseph Letourneau, age 67, died suddenly on October 10, 2009 at his home in Boston, MA. Born in Niagara Falls, NY on March 16, 1942 he was the son of the late Percy Edmond and Margaret Nora (Young) Letourneau. Pat is survived by his loving brother and sister, Msgr. Paul R. Letourneau and Nora Ruth Letourneau. He was the devoted father of Patrick Letourneau, Noel (Kelly) Letourneau, Paul Christopher (Kimberly) Letourneau and the loving grandfather of Elizabeth and Victoria Letourneau. He is also survived by his dear life partner Dr. Stuart Geller and many cousins. Pat held BS and MS degrees in Education from Niagara University and Canisius College as well as NY State Certification as an Educational Administrator. He taught for many years at Niagara - Wheatfield High School and served as an Assistant Principal at Ithaca High School. Pat served as the Director of the WNY Aide Network for several years and had recently retired from a position as Administrative Assistant at the Paulist Center in Boston, MA. He enjoyed traveling and he kept in touch with friends around the world via the internet. He loved to cook and entertain and was an avid reader. Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice in Pat's name. Please visit www.pruddenandkandt.com to leave an online condolence to the family.
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