Jimmy Legue

James Cecil Legue (Bunson/Backy)
Jimmy passed away peacefully at his home in Mitchell’s Bay on Saturday November 6th 2021 at the age of 73, with his son Bronson and daughter Stacie by his side. Son of the late Elaine and Joe Legue. Husband of the late Leslee Legue. Loving father of Stacie (Ian) and Bronson. Grandfather of Elaina and Ian jr.
Brother of Gary Legue (Cathy), Dan and Kathy Legue, Carrie Balkwill, Deb Legue, Marion and Terry Johnston. Also survived by nieces and nephews Barb, Joey, Danny, Joshlynn, Tommy and their children.
Jimmy was a renowned Outdoorsman and we pray his skill will live on for generations to come. He will be missed by many who shared his company throughout his life.
Celebration of Jimmy’s life will be held at a later date.

21 Comments on “Jimmy Legue”

  1. We were all so sad to hear of Jim’s passing. Please accept our deepest sympathies Bronson, Stacie and your family! He’s truly in a better place and is no longer suffering! I know you all have wonderful memories of him as your dad and the grandfather to your children. Please take care of each other. Please let me know if there’s anything I can do! Love you Buzzy!

  2. So sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. You are in our thoughts. Treasure the good memories, they will carry you through the dark days.

  3. So sorry for your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you Stacie and Bronson and family
    Jimmy you will be missed
    RIP Jimmy

  4. Sorry for your loss . I grew up with Jimmy at the Bay. We honed our hunting and fishing skills from age 6 using sticks. Love to the family.

  5. So sorry for the families loss. Our hearts go out to Stacie and Bronson. RIP Jimmy

  6. So sorry for your loss Stacie and Buzz, family and friends. Our deepest condolences
    Jimmy has left us with great memories to smile and laugh with. He will be missed.
    Cheers in heaven my friend

  7. Jims absence in our lives will be felt forever. He was a true friend and so much more to us both. We were blessed to share many great days in the backyard watching the birds, sharing the old days and a friendship that will never be forgotten. Stacie and Bronson thank you for sharing your dad with us. Our hearts go out to you both.

  8. Don and I were surprised and saddened to hear about Jim’s passing.
    May Jim Rest In Peace.

  9. Sorry for your loss, i know it’s been years that i seen the family but prayers and hugs to everyone, rest in peace {Jim

  10. Stacie, Ian and family – my thoughts and prayers are with you. Remember the good times. Michele Garraway

  11. Stacie and Bronson i’m so sorry to hear that your dad passed away thanking of you and your family.

  12. Brian & Annette Masalsky
    Our sincerest condolences to the Legue family. We have many great memories of Jim, had a lot of good times with him too. We are thankful we had great teachers for neighbours as well. Jim was never too busy to show us some of his skills.
    We will miss ya’ Sonny Boy. RIP ..A&B

  13. Spent my entire life around Cecil. Saw him about 3-4x a week for as long as I can remember. Had many a beer with him in Dad’s garage. I don’t think anyone misses him more than dad (Grizz). He was more than a friend, he was part of our Lozon family. He was our full time duck cleaner, he trapped muskrats with us, cut trees for Lozon Tree Service for many years, he guided for us, he lived out our cottage for many years, he was a full pledged legend in many ways. He knew every player in MLB, NFL, College Football and NHL and never used to the internet to research any of it. Cecil was a very knowledgeable man in many ways. He certainly lived a full outdoor life. RIP Cecil.

  14. My condolences to the Legue family. Stacie and Bronson, I am sincerely sorry for you loss. Your dad and I go back a long time. R.I.P Jim..

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