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Lee Lamontagne

Lee R. Lamontagne

Tuesday, June 26th, 1962 - Monday, April 27th, 2020
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Obituary

Lee Richard Lamontagne, 57, of Campton, NH passed away unexpectedly in his home on April 27, 2020.

He was born in Weymouth, MA on June 26, 1962 to Dr. Charles and Christine (Malloy) Lamontagne. He graduated in 1980 from Woburn Memorial High School. Lee enlisted in the United States Army and proudly served as a Unit Supply Specialist in “Reagan's Army" from December 30, 1980 to December 08, 1986. Lee met his future wife, Christine (Megin) Lamontagne, in the winter of 1984. They married on May 7, 1988. On June 17, 1989 their first child was born, Monique Lamontagne. On October 21, 1991 they had their second child, Hilary Lamontagne.

In 1991 Lee started his career as a sign maker at the Lincoln Sign Company. He was passionate about his work and created many memorable signs that still exist today. Unfortunately, the company changed hands and after 20 years, and Lee was forced to leave to find a new job. He worked a few odd jobs over the years until he found his new calling as school bus driver with Durham Bus Services. He had a daily bus route for Campton Elementary School.

Lee served as American Legion Post 83, Lincoln, NH Commander for three years and then served as Sargent at Arms for six years. For many years he graciously donated his time to play Santa Claus for the annual Legion Christmas party. He enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren. Lee also enjoyed the outdoors, primarily camping and fishing.

Lee was preceded in death by his father Doctor Charles Lamontagne, brother Charles and sister Elizabeth Lamontagne. Lee is survived by his devoted wife of 32 years, Christine (Megin) Lamontagne; two daughters Monique and Hilary Lamontagne; his mother Christine (Malloy) Lamontagne; two sisters, Michele (Lamontagne) Aguiar, and Kara Lamontagne and her husband Paul Robdau; two brothers, Christopher Lamontagne and wife Luanne and Sean Lamontagne and wife Cindy; and two grandchildren, Morgan and Charles Daley; as well as ten nieces and nephews.

Services will be determined at a later date due to Covid-19.
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Service Details

  • Interment

    Location
    NH Veteran's Cemetery
    Address
    110 Daniel Webster Highway
    Boscawen, NH 03303
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    To Be Held At A Later Date

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Arlene Southern

Posted at 08:20am
I will miss you cuz. We shared so many laughs and stories, particularly about the Woburn High School Band. You were a great dad, husband, grandfather and of course, cousin. I will miss your devilish smile. You are now spending a long awaited time with Charles, Betsy and your dad. Love you Leroy
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Arlene Southern and family

Posted at 08:17am
Remembering you Leroy Lamontagne in our minds and in our hearts.
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Gloria Morin

Posted at 07:52pm
Lee was a great asset to Post 83 in all he did. He will be missed by his family and friends I personally have seen some of the art work he did while making signs and they were awesome. Chris and girls know your Dad and husband was a great and happy go lucky person so remember the good times always.
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Rick Alford

Posted at 06:18pm
Lee, my mountain man, way too soon. You are with Betsy, Charles and Uncle Charlie.
Watch over the rest of us. Still have that episode of This Old House on tape!
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