Sept. 23, 1945-Oct. 3, 2012
MARSHALL - Services for Leon R. Dubbeldee, 67, of Marshall, formerly of Lynd, will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m., with a 7 p.m. prayer service today and starting at 9 a.m. at the church on Saturday.
He died Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012, at his residence.
Leon Ray was born on Sept. 23, 1945, in Tyler, to Ray and Rosella (Lutterman) Dubbeldee. He was baptized, received First Communion and confirmed at St. Dionysius Catholic Church in Tyler and attended Ivanhoe High School.
On Feb. 25, 1967, Leon was united in marriage to Corrine Skorczeski at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Ivanhoe. His first job was in tree trimming for Gary Jacobson. He worked in a battery factory in St. Paul. He also worked in building construction for Dick Doom. Later he went into partnership with Allen Peterson of Russell. He was bartender/bouncer for Larry Heng in Lynd. He eventually became an independent contractor in Dubbeldee Construction. This last job was with Bob Carr until early retirement due to a train accident
He is survived by his wife, Corrine of Russell; four children, Curt (Carmen) of Marshall, Dave Dubbeldee of Russell, Brenda Dubbeldee of Russell and Kerry Dubbeldee of Lynd; nine grandchildren, Keith (Anna Rollag) Paradis, Scott Paradis, Garrett Dubbeldee, Dylan Dubbeldee, Rachel Dubbeldee, Chad Paradis, Taylor Dubbeldee, Victoria Dubbeldee and Tiffany Dubbeldee; step-father, Leonard Lanoue of Tracy; brother, Allen (Deb) Dubbeldee of South Haven; sisters, Sharon (Jerry) Schuck of Carlsbad, Calif., Darlene (Wayne) Burgess-Ayers of Lago Vista, Texas, Marlys (Dave) Hebert of Sacramento, Calif., and Mavis Fey of Edgerton; three step-sisters, Barb Voss of Alexandria, Julie (Brian) Gibson of Prior Lake, and Beth (Brian) Radi of East Grand Forks; three step-brothers, Dan (Elise) Lanoue and Greg (Karen) Lanoue both of Tracy, and Jeff (Lynelle) Lanoue of Alexandria.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Ray Dubbeldee and Rosella Lanoue.
Blessed be the memory of Leon Ray Dubbeldee.
Hamilton Funeral Home