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LeClerc and Son Enterprises LLC.

Parker LeClerc

Parker is a graduate of Saint Michael’s College and has been part of LeClerc and Son since he was young. After graduating college, Parker entered the field full time working with the trades and truly learning the business from the ground up. Getting his hands on each project is something he prides himself on as you will see him on the jobsite either working solo or lending a helping hand to our trusted sub-contractors.

Parker positively revels in the construction process from initial design to finish. Solving challenges and creating unique spaces are some of the critical aspects of this profession he enjoys most. During his free time, Parker can be found boating in the summer and attacking the ski slopes during the crisp winter season.

Christine LeClerc

Christine has been involved in the family business since its origination. Usually considered in the background, you will encounter her as the friendly voice at the end of the phone line. Coordinating initial consultations, as well as finding answers to customer questions and concerns, are one of the many hats she wears proudly. Working with her son Parker has affirmed that when work ethics & quality are present, the steadfast business of LeClerc and Son Enterprises is a true reflection of years of success and loyalty to our clients.

Away from the office, Christine enjoys spending time with her family and looking for her next adventure. Whether it be near or far, spending time outdoors is most loved in the sunshine with fun being #1 on the agenda.

Duane LeClerc

Duane, our founding father of LeClerc and Son Enterprises, had a history of over 30 years in the construction trade. The business was incorporated in 2000 when he brought experience from managing and developing hundreds of residential units in the Deerfield Valley of Vermont. From that time on, new branches grew to include being a premier insurance restoration contracting firm to building and redesigning various commercial structures in southern NH.

Prior to his passing in February 2019, Duane enjoyed spending time with his wife and three children as well as snowmobiling in the winter months and boating in the summertime. His many years of teaching and guiding has proven that the legacy lives on.