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Paul Louis Menard

December 24, 1932 - March 28, 2008
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Brunswick-Paul Louis Menard age 75 of Dunning Street died Friday March 28th at Mid Coast Hospital.
He was born in Brunswick December 24, 1932 the son of Fabien and Yvonne Langevi Menard.  He attended St. John’s Parochial School and was a 1950 graduate of Brunswick High School.
From 1951-1955 Mr. Menard served in the Navy as an aircraft mechanic.
On May 11, 1957 he married Jeannette Capen.  She died December 27, 2003.
For three years Mr. Menard worked as an aircraft mechanic for Pratt & Whitney in Hartford, CT.  In the early 60’s he returned to Brunswick with his family where he worked as a carpenter for fourteen years.  Mr. Menard also worked as a Yankee Craftsman at the Harpswell House.  For sixteen years until retiring in 1995 Mr. Menard worked at Bath Iron Works.
Mr. Menard enjoyed fishing, hunting, gardening, wood working, playing pool and working on puzzles.
He is a member of the Knights of Columbus Sekenger Council of Brunswick, American Legion Post 202 of Topsham and a parishioner of St. John’s the Baptist Church.
Surviving is a daughter Catherine Black of Brunswick. Three sons Kirk Menard of Dalton, NH; Eugene Menard of Ft. Lauderdale, FL and William Menard of Orlando, FL.  A sister Sister Marguerite Menard order of Little Sisters of the Assumption Walden, NY. A brother Andre Menard of Brunswick. Also survived by ten grandchildren.
In addition to his wife he was also predeceased by a daughter Bernadette Bernier in 1991.
Visiting hours will be 4-7 PM Tuesday at Stetson’s Funeral Home 12 Federal St. Brunswick. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11 AM Wednesday at St. John’s the Baptist Church, Pleasant St. Brunswick.
Interment will be later in the spring at St. John’s Cemetery, Brunswick. Memorial donations may be made to St. John’s School at 39 Pleasant St. Brunswick, ME 04011. Memorial condolences and a memorial tribute may be viewed at