Leo J. Gagnon, Sr., 79 Port Bowling Lanes

gagnon-leoA sad farewell to Leo J. Gagnon who for many years owned and operated the Port Bowling Lanes along with his wife Sandy.  He will be missed as one of the great Newburyport fixtures that many got to know and love.  Our condolences to his family for their loss.  His contribution to Newburyport will be remembered for years to come.  Please add your memory of Leo Gagnon.  Obituary Notables Link

Thanks for the Memories Leo! 

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