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Allan L. Duclos

New Haven - Allan L. Duclos, 60, of New Haven passed away on August 26, 2018 in New Haven. He was amongst friends and passed while working the farm and fields surrounding the home that he built and so loved.

Allan was born to Robert and Anita Duclos in Middlebury. He graduated from Middlebury Union High School.

A master craftsman, Allan spent his life creating with his hands and giving endlessly to all of his family and friends. His passion and talent for his trade are exemplified in untold number of homes and businesses- Allan built and furnished places of character for people he cared about- instilling beauty and love through his craft. Allan worked alongside many crews throughout his life, ultimately maintaining a career for over 13 years with R.K. Miles in Middlebury.

Allan loved the woods, waters, and fields of Vermont- he was an avid angler, hunter, and gardener. He also loved hockey, motorcycles, BBQ, and a bargain deal. His largest passion, however, was giving anything and everything for his sons, family, and friends.

Allan also valued his time spent skating the ice with friends; he was a steadfast member of the Zamboni crew at Middlebury College- attending to nearly every hockey game during his decades long tenure.

Allan is survived by his mother Anita of Middlebury, sons Timothy (Sarah Lang) of Brattleboro, and Brian of Lexington, Virginia, and his siblings, Cairle Ault (Ray) of Proctor, James (Christina Ellison) of Cornwall, Kathleen of Starksboro, Gail Lapierre (Claude) of Shelburne, and sister-in-law Ann McNamara Duclos of New Haven, as well as six nephews and one niece.

He was predeceased by his father Robert, his brother David, and his nephew Levi.

In memory of Allan, we ask that you pass on the same generosity Allan embodied- to take the time to help those around you.

A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, September 1st from 2-4 p.m. at his home at 1725 South Street (Tioli Dr), New Haven.
Published in The Burlington Free Press on Aug. 30, 2018
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