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The Eastern Gazette 3-5-1942, p.7
Leo Clukey Funeral services for Leo Clukey were held at St. Ann's Catholic church Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock with the Rev. C. J. Enright officiating. There was a large attendance of relatives and friends. Interment was at Mt. Pleasant cemetery and the bearers were Dana Curty, Victor Wintle,James Wintle, Bernard Clukey, Virgil York and Philip Cookson. Beautiful flowers were in profuhion. Mr. Clukey was born in Dexter 56 years ago, the son of Joseph and Virginia LaPlante Clukey, and has always made his home here. He was a mason by trade and wellknown in a wide vicinity. He died Thursday evening after having been ill several months. Surviving are his, wife, Mrs. Margaret Maud Clukey; two sons, Donald and Felix of Dover-Foxcroft; one daughter, Mrs. Carmen, Guite, Portland; two brothers, Harry Clukey of Dexter and Henry Clukey of Rockland; three sisters, Mrs. Louis Curty of Dexter; Mrs. Romeo Lavallee of Pascoag, R. I.; and Mrs. Joseph Latendresse of Mapleville, R. I.; also three grand children, Barbara Marie Clukey, Allen Bryan Clukey and Carol Ann Clukey.