Rex L. LeClerc
Rex L. LeClerc, 85, of Shelbyville, passed away Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at MHP Medical Center.
Born June 17, 1932 in Shelbyville, he was the son of Elmer LeClerc and Pearl (White) Leclerc. He
married Frances Mae (Wells) Asher on January 16, 1961 and she survives.
Other survivors include son Mike Asher (wife Jan); sisters-in-law Janet McAhren (husband David), Ruth
LeClerc, Jeane LeClerc of Shelbyville, Marty LeClerc of Greensburg; 2 grandsons Scott and Brian Asher;
6 Asher great grandchildren- Christopher, Lauren, Bryce, Luke, Aidan, and Sophia, all of Shelbyville. He
was preceded in death by his parents, brothers James “Bud” LeClerc, Earl LeClerc, Raymond LeClerc,
Larry LeClerc, and sister Jean Smith.
Mr. LeClerc was a lifelong resident of this area, and graduated from Waldron High School in 1950. He
was employed at Indianapolis Chrysler Electrical for 36 years. He was a 50 Year Award of Gold member
of F&AM Shelby Lodge No.28, Indianapolis Valley Scottish Rite, NCRO and NRLN, Inc.
In his younger years Rex loved pitching in fast-pitch softball leagues at Shelbyville Kennedy Park. Upon
his retirement, he enjoyed golfing with his brothers. He also enjoyed attending family gatherings, and
grandchildren’s activities, especially athletic. Vacation travels were also his pleasure.
Funeral services will be12:00 noon Friday, December 29, 2017 at Glenn E. George & Son Funeral Home,
437 Amos Road, with visitation there from 11:00 am until the time of the service. Revs. Harvey Weaver,
Mick Wells, and Dan LeClerc will officiate. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.
I play music with The Shepherd Brothers the 2ndMonday of the month at The Waldron Nursing Home & had the Pleasure of singing The Long Black Train to Rex(at His request}for many months. That was one of His favorite songs I always enjoyed seeing Him & talking to Him. My sympathy goes out to all His family & friends. Sincerely, Dick Larkey.
Uncle Rex,You always kept us laughing with your jokes. You were with us on family vacations, helped teach us to swim, dance, (sing, ha), and to be good kids. I will miss your unending humor and love. Thinking of Aunt Mae and all of the family. Love you!