Rose LeBlanc
1937 - 2022
Rose LeBlanc
Visitation Information
Dimanche 29 mai / Sunday May 29
Visitation Time
2 - 4 pm / 14h à 16h
Visitation Location
1810 rue Champlain Street, Dieppe
Service Information
Service Time
No funeral service / Pas de funérailles
Burial Information
Burial Location
Cimetière de Richibucto Cemetery
Requested Charity
Choice / Choix
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Rose LeBlanc, 85, formerly of Dieppe, passed away on Wednesday May 25, 2022 at Pavillion Richard of Faubourg du Mascaret in Moncton. Born in Acadieville, she was the daughter of the late Pascal and Appoline (Daigle) Thébeau.

In her younger years, Rose worked as a waitress and later as a caregiver for the elderly. She was always ready to help out people in need and was the happiest when she spent time with her family, especially her grandchildren that she loved and held a very special place in her heart and was thrilled with the addition of her great-grandchildren.

She is survived by five children, Diane Steeves (Kevin), Jean Louis Robichaud (Lucille) all of Dieppe, Denis Robichaud of Grande Prairie, AB and also Pauline Maillet (Bernard), Daniel Robichaud (Danielle). Eight grandchildren: Brian, Mark, Christine, Justin, Julie, Michel, Luc and Rémi; two great grandchildren: Dylan and Isabella; two sisters Annette (late Pat) Doiron of Richibucto and Eliza (late Elmo) Robichaud of St Louis; as well as many, many nieces and nephews.

Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her second husband, Vincent LeBlanc (1991); and 12 siblings: Agnès, Eveline, Dora, Alban, Médric, Eddy, Raymond, Camille, Vital, Léonard, René and Joseph.

The family will receive condolences at her daughter Diane’s home at 1810 Champlain Street in Dieppe, from 2 to 4 pm only, this Sunday, May 29, 2022, please note, masks will be required inside.

As per Rose’s wishes, a private burial will be held at a later date with interment in Richibucto.

In memory of Rose, a contribution to a charity of the donor’s choice would be appreciated.

Funeral arrangements are in the professional care of Frenette Funeral and Cremation Centre, Moncton (858-1900).


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