Died: January 19, 1949
Married: Charlotte Littlejohn, July 4, 1928, Montreal
A. Douglas Bombard was the son of livery man Giles Bombard. He became a surveyor, working with E. M. Merrill. He also operated a garage on the Church Street Extension. He lived at 110 River Street from 1936 to 1939, and at 7 Maple Hill Road from 1945 until his death.
Chateaugay Record, January 21, 1949
TWO SARANAC MEN DIE FROM DROWNING
Dr. Charles H. Haskins and Justice of the Peace Alfred Douglas Bombard, of Saranac Lake, were drowned in the icy waters of Lower Saranac Lake on Tuesday night. The two men were driving across the lake in a car to the Haskins camp across the water. The ice was only about an inch and a half thick at the point where car plunged through. The bodies were found Wednedsay afternoon.
Mr. Bombard was a son of Mrs. Edith (Crawford) Bombard and the late Giles A. Bombard, of Saranac Lake, and a nephew of Mrs. Ella Douglas, of Chateaugay. He was 44 years of age.