ST. ALBANS — Levi James Senesac, 88, died after a brief illness on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015 with his wife of 67 years by his side.
Born in Eden, Vermont on June 12, 1927, he grew up on the dairy farm owned by his parents, the late Mark and Georgiana (Fontaine) Senesac, and loved animals his entire life. He began working at Central Vermont Railway circa 1950 and remained a “railroad man” until he retired at age 62. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and growing vegetables in his garden.
Levi is survived by his wife, Eleanor (Ladue) Senesac; his three daughters, Terri Senesac Miller of Los Angeles, Lori Senesac of Dallas, and Sara Senesac of Birmingham, Alabama; his five grandchildren, Sam Miller and Seth Miller, Hanna Senesac Shavin, Noel Dudeck and Sophie Dudeck; and his brother, Roger Senesac of St. Albans.