CARIBOU and TITUSVILLE, Fla. – Clarence J. Levesque, 87, died Aug. 10, 2008, at Cedar Creek Assisted Living Center, Merritt Island, Fla., where he had been a resident since November 2005. He was born Jan. 12, 1921, in St. Andre, New Brunswick, son of the late Edward and Helen (St. Peter) Levesque. At age two he moved with his family to Caribou, and married Erma Cyr in May 1942. Clarence was a World War II veteran. He received his American citizenship in North Africa, at the beginning of his tour of duty. Clarence received the Bronze Star while serving in the North African campaign with the “Red Ball Express,” providing support to Gen. Patton in Sicily, Naples, France and Germany. He was a life member of Lister-Knowlton Post No. 9389 VFW. In 1985, after working at base supply at the former Loring Air Force for 35 years, Clarence retired from civil service. In fall 1987, he moved to Titusville, Fla. He is survived by his son, C. Patrick Levesque of Temple, Md.; his four daughters, Dianne Chipps of Cape Canaveral, Fla., Elaine Thurow and her husband, Ardell, of Cocoa, Fla., Clarice Audette and her husband, Bertrand, of Farmington and Edna Parenti and her husband, Peter, of Cocoa, Fla.; nine grandchildren, Christian and Stephen Levesque, Bert, Danielle, Nicolle and Monique Audette, Dakota Thurow and Joseph and David Parenti; and one great-grand-child, James Levesque. Mr. Levesque was predeceased by two sisters, Mamie Page and Delcia Albert; and a son-in-law, Roger Chipps. Graveside services will be held 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 23, at Old Holy Rosary Cemetery with Father Aaron Damboise officiating. Military honors will be by the officers and members of Lister Knowlton Post No. 9389 VFW. Arrangements by Mockler Funeral Home, 24 Reservoir St., Caribou.