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Edward A. LeLacheur, 85, longtime state legislator who quietly served others

Edward A. LeLacheur (right) and Governor Paul Cellucci threw out the first pitches at the grand opening of LeLacheur Park. Edward A. LeLacheur (right) and Governor Paul Cellucci threw out the first pitches at the grand opening of LeLacheur Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff/File 1998)
By Christopher J. Girard
Globe Correspondent / August 8, 2010

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Former longtime state representative Edward A. LeLacheur of Lowell died Thursday at Lahey Clinic in Burlington, of complications related to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. He was 85. (Full article: 637 words)

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