Regis A. Lepage Surgical Pavilion and Memorial Pavilion
St. Mary’s surgical center was named in honor of Regis Adelard Lepage by his family. Regis was born in 1910 and is the son of François Regis Lepage and Vitaline Giguere Lepage. Educated in Auburn schools, Regis continued on to the University of Montreal where he earned his bachelor’s degree. In 1933 he then graduated from Boston University with a master's degree in business administration. Regis was employed for more than half a decade by F.R. Lepage Bakery, a business founded by his father. After 52 years of service, Regis became the company’s chairman. Regis married Corrine Croteau Lepage in 1939 and together they raised their four children, Albert, Regis, Lucille and Françoise. Regis Lepage passed away in 1985.
Historical photos from F.R.Lepage Bakery:
A production manager shows off the company’s mixer, circa 1932.
Delivering bread by horse-drawn sleigh, circa 1915.
The Lepage Company’s fleet of delivery vehicles, circa 1935.
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