Robert Mauris Lefrancois\n\nJanuary 5, 1940 - November 20, 2021\n\nBob was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts to Jeannette & William Romeo Joseph Lefrancois. He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Claudette Ferguson. He is survived by his wife Charlotte, of 42 years; daughter Roberta, and son Lloyd\n\n(Judy) as well as grandchildren Jessica (Jason), Vanessa, Lloyd, Jr., and Sara and great-grandchildren: Racheal, Keria, Christian ,Emma, Gracie and Jason ,Jr. and a sister Rochelle (Bill), nephews Lee and Mike and a brother Gary (Jill), nephews Lars and Andre and sister in law Beverly (George). \n\nBob worked in the grocery business for 45 years and that was where he met the love of his life, Charlotte. He also worked at a family owned business, Anthony's Pasta in California, where he was known as the "Noodle Man". He retired in 2000 and he and Char got into RVing and vintage cars. They enjoyed Blue Grass Festivals, and joined the Escapees and 1000 Trails RV Clubs. Then Char went back to work and Bob got busy in his big garage (Man Cave) doing woodworking. Many of his family members and friends are proud owners of his woodworking gifts. \n\nBob had a great smile, terrific sense of humor, and loved the simple things in the life including all things John Wayne and the Western Life style.\n\nFuneral services will be held on Monday, December 13, 2021 at 10:00 AM at The Place Church 885 America St. with Pastor Greg Hintz officiating. Interment will follow in the Peeples Valley Cemetery (just past Hidden Springs Ranch on Hwy 89) Friends and family are invited to Char's home at North Ranch following services for hot soup and sandwiches at 21192 Running Bear Rd.