Lester Simpson

Lester Ernest Simpson

Monday, November 20th, 1950 - Sunday, November 24th, 2019
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Meredith- Lester E. Simpson Sr, 69, of Meredith, passed away after a brief illness on November 24, 2019, at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

He was born on November 20, 1950 at Franklin Hospital, son of the late Roy and Jacqueline (LaBelle) Simpson. Lester was born and raised in Northfield NH, and eventually settled in Meredith, NH, where he served as plant manager of Remcon North Corporation for nearly 40 years. Lester had recently retired to fulfil his dreams of traveling and finding adventures with his wife. Lester was a jovial man with a fantastic sense of humor, a heart of gold, and a willingness to help anyone in need. Lester adored his family and took pride in their accomplishments. He loved camping, riding his Harley, and helping people. His glowing smile was contagious, and he will be missed dearly.

In addition to his parents, Lester was predeceased by his brother Ronald Simpson, son in law Robert Vachon, and brother in law Pierce Smith. Lester leaves behind his beloved wife of 51 years, Susan (Burbank) Simpson; his son Lester Simpson Jr and his wife Tina Simpson of Meredith, NH; his daughter Angela (Vachon) Simpson, of New Hampton, NH; his sister, Donna Smith of RiverBend, NC; brother, Robert Simpson and his wife Jean of Northfield, NH; a sister, Janet Simpson of Florida; a brother Richard Simpson and wife Missy Simpson, of NY; six grandchildren, Cora, Lilly, Breanna, and Drake Simpson of Meredith; John Vachon of New Hampton, and Alicia Vachon of Ashland; and 3 great grandchildren, Aden, Abby and Aria Vachon; an uncle, and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Mayhew Funeral Home in Meredith is assisting the family with arrangements. A private burial and celebration of life will take place at a later date.
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Frank Burbank

Posted at 07:27am
We are so sad for the passing of our son in law Lester, he was always there if you needed him, lots of memories, Bike rides,Camping, he will be missed and thought of forever,rest in peace. Arline and Frank

Diane Burchard

Posted at 05:21pm
I am so sorry to hear about Lester's passing. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you.
Diane "LaBelle" Burchard

Susette Remson

Posted at 03:49pm
“Heart of gold and “would go out of his way to help someone” are perfect descriptions of Les. I will never forget what he did for me when Bob had his accident. Not only did he come up to Dartmouth to sit with me waiting for news, but he had the foresight to drive his camper up there for me to use for the ten days Bob was in the ICU so I wouldn’t have to find and stay in a motel. I will fondly remember camping, playing cards, and riding with Les and his family. My husband Bob has lost a brother and true friend.

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