Leslie Vashaw Obituary, Death – Leslie E. “Les” Vashaw, a resident of Berlin who was 65 years old and had been battling disease for some time, passed away on December 9, 2022 at the Androscoggin Valley Hospital after battling the illness for some time. On April 25, 1957, Clayson “Pat” and Idel (Crotto) Vashaw gave birth to their son in Berlin, and they chose to honor Clayson’s legacy by naming their child after him. After completing her schooling at schools located in Berlin, Leslie enlisted in the United States Army right after she obtained her diploma.

After living there for a good number of years, he moved back to Berlin about twenty years ago. Prior to that, he was a resident of the Laconia area. During that time, he worked for a number of the local manufacturing businesses in a variety of positions. These jobs ranged from factory worker to quality control inspector. Leslie was an avid reader, had a passion for working with wood, and adored playing card and poker games with her family, especially solitaire. She also had a knack for working with wood. His favorite form of artistic expression was drawing, although he had an appreciation for all kinds of creative expression.

His daughter Kelley MacLean and her husband Aaron reside in Milan, New Hampshire; his grandson Dean MacLean also resides in Milan; his sisters Sally Laberge and Evette Morel reside in Berlin, New Hampshire and Killeen, Texas respectively; his sister-in-law Betty Vashaw resides in Venice, Florida; and he has a large number of nieces, nephews, and cousins. His daughter Kelley MacLean and her husband Aaron reside in Milan, New Hampshire. His brothers James Vashaw and Edward “Butch” Vashaw, as well as his sisters Gloria Tibbetts and Pearl “Wee Wee” Lessard, had all passed away prior to him passing away himself.

At this moment, the requested service is not going to be performed. Anyone who desires to do so may send financial contributions to the family in order to assist them in meeting the expenses associated with the funeral. Donations can be made to the Bryant Funeral Homes in person at 180 Hillside Avenue, Berlin, or they can be made online by using the “DONATE” button that is included in the online obituary that has been written for him. Either way, the Bryant Funeral Homes will receive them.