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Paul D. Ladouceur

November 30, 1942 — August 24, 2023


Paul D. Ladouceur, 80 of Manchester passed away August 24, 2023 after a period of declining health. 

Born in Manchester on November 30, 1942, he was the son of Paul and Beatrice (Tanguay) Ladouceur.  He was a graduate of Bishop Brady High School and earned his bachelor’s degree from Saint Anselm’s College, in 1964.  He then went on to obtain his Masters Degree from John Carroll University, class of 1966. 

Paul married the love of his life, Judith Lebel of Manchester, in June of 1966 and together they raised their family in Auburn.  In his early years, he worked for Honeywell’s Precision Meter Division.  He later worked as a consultant with Parker & Poore Inc., Cambridge, MA.  He spent the last 30 years working for AGFA Corporation in Wilmington, MA, retiring in 2003.  Paul held several management positions in the Graphics Division, retiring as Director of Support Logistics for the pre-press segment of the division.  In his free time, Paul enjoyed playing tennis as well as traveling and vacationing with his wife and family. 

Paul was predeceased by his beloved wife of 44 years, Judith Lebel in 2010, with whom he will be buried at Mt. Calvary Cemetery.

He is survived by his daughter Kristen Sarno and her husband Anthony of Litchfield; his daughters Karen and Kimberly Ladouceur of Boston, MA; his granddaughter Alicia Hooton and husband Nick of Derry and his great-grandchildren Melanie and Liam.

There are no calling hours.  A private family service will be held at a later date.  Donations in Paul’s memory may be made to:  The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation at: 
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