Louise LeBlanc
1947 - 2022
Louise LeBlanc
Service Information
Service Time
Pas de visites ni de funérailles / No visitation and no funeral service
Burial Information
Burial Location
Cimetière Notre-Dame-du-Calvaire Cemetery, Dieppe
Requested Charity
Hospice SENB (Maison Albert) ou au choix du donneur
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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Louise LeBlanc, 74, of Moncton, following a courageous battle against illness, on Thursday July 7, 2022 at the Maison Albert of Hospice. SENB. Born in Moncton, she was the youngest daughter of the late Régis and Édith (Léger) LeBlanc of Dieppe.

Louise will be sadly missed by her sisters: Rosalie LeBlanc-Falardeau, Jeannette LeBlanc et Ruth Morel; her brother-in-law, Jean-Paul Morel; her sisters-in-law: Rose-Marie LeBlanc and Marie-May Collette; her nieces and nephews: Jean-Yves Falardeau, Nicole Falardeau (Mike Bosshard), André Falardeau, Lyne Falardeau, Marc-André LeBlanc, Stéphane LeBlanc (Kathy LeBlanc), Gisèle LeBlanc, Chantal Léger (Serge Léger) and Cynthia Morel (Anthony Stiefel). Louise was also the beloved great-aunt to Gabrielle Bosshard, Madeleine and Zoé Stiefel, Karine Falardeau, Patrick, Emily-Anne and Nicolas LeBlanc, as well as Adel and Simon Léger.

Besides her parents, she is reunited with her beloved brothers, Pierre and Charles LeBlanc, who predeceased her.

Following a career with the federal government in the financial field, she took a well-deserved retirement to spend a lot of time on her dream land at the Fond de La Baie in Saint-Édouard de Kent near the sea. She was an adventurer who traveled across Canada, from Newfoundland to the Yukon, and overseas from Chile to Singapore.

Louise was, among other things, a proud Acadian and great protector of the French language, women's rights and equality, and family heritage. She was always at the service of others, but never asked for anything. She was for many of us a "guardian angel" during our greatest trials and the first to celebrate our successes with a good heart. Louise supported the studies of a girl from Kenya for a decade. Closer to home, she was wholeheartedly involved in cleaning up downtown Moncton. Her lion heart will be missed by all who knew her well.

In accordance with her wishes, there will be no visitation or funeral service. A private celebration of life for immediate family will take place at a later date. Interment will be at Our Lady of Calvary cemetery in Dieppe. For those who would like to make a donation in memory of Louise, the family suggests Hospice SENB (Albert House) or a charity of the donor’s choice. Funeral arrangements are in the professional care of Frenette Funeral and Cremation Centre, Moncton (858-1900).

Words of comfort and donations may be made at www.frenettefuneralhome.com

Louise LeBlanc