In Loving Memory Of
Angeline (Poirier) LeBlanc

Angeline (Angie) passed away on February 11, 2022 at the age of 92 in Montreal, Quebec. Angie was born and raised in Shediac Bridge, New Brunswick by the late Léandre and Victorine Poirier. Angie was a registered nurse having worked in several hospitals and nursing homes in Montreal, Windsor and later in Ajax. Prior to her nursing career, Angie worked as an airline attendant for Trans-Canada Air Lines.

Angie was the beloved wife of the late Louis LeBlanc, who predeceased her on February 11, 2017. Angie and Louis were married in Windsor, Ontario on May 11, 1963. She will be lovingly remembered by her surviving children, Charles and wife Caroline Reny of Montreal, and Claude and his fiancée Erin Leigh Peck of New York. Angie is survived by her sister Marguerite Boucher of Bellingham, Massachusetts, and Bernard Poirier of Shediac, New Brunswick as well as many, many nieces and nephews. Angie was predeceased by eleven siblings: Sister Berthilde Poirier, Armand Poirier, Sister Marie-Edith Poirier, Rene Poirier, Jeanne-D’Arc Robichaud, Dismas Poirier, Guy Poirier, Ola J. Poirier, Claudette Kerrigan, Bernadette Legere, and Maria Young.

A funeral and memorial celebration will be held at La Visitation Roman Catholic Church of Grande Digue, NB on Friday, July 22nd, 2022 at 11am.

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Funeral arrangements under the professional care of

Passage Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre

3754, Route 134, Shediac Bridge, NB, E4R 1T3

Tel: (506) 532-1050

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  1. Our sincere sympathies for the loss of Angeline. Tante Angeline will always hold a special place in our hearts. May she Rest In Peace. Oncle Louis welcomes you.

  2. Thank you, dear cousins, Charles and Claude. Your mom was truly an independant self-made woman who I admired ( I knew about her professional life before marriage) . She was a unique example for women during the 50’s and continued her professionalism in creating a family with the love of her life. Aunt Angéline was constant. Her life was a straight line. She is surely resting in well deserved peace. I love her too!

  3. Our deepest sympathy to you both Charles and Claude in the loss of your Mother. We love you both very much. We have so many happy memories of all our visits with you both and your Mom and Dad from Windsor to Ajax to Shediac to Montreal. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Your Mother and Father are united again. They are at Peace.

    Be strong. May you be guided with peace and courage.

  4. Our family’s heart goes out to both you Claude and Charles with the loss of your beloved mother. Aunt Angéline was a very special person to me even though I only had the opportunity to meet her a few times in my life. I do always remember how kind and thoughtful she was. She always made me feel right at home as if I had known her my whole life. I know she was a great mom to you both as well as soul mate to Uncle Louis. This is very evident as I can see how you both cared for her in her later years especially after Uncle Louis passed on. I wish I could be there today, but my thoughts and prayers are there for you both and the rest of the family.


    Conrad & Carla and Greysen Poirier

  5. Dear Charles and Claude,
    I’m so very sorry for the loss of your dear mom, my Aunt Angie. She has always been such a beautiful and genuine woman. So full of love, kindness, charm, elegance and sense of humor with a wonderful laugh that I’ll always remember. I regret that we were not able to attend her funeral and Celebration of Life. Mom and I shared our stories and memories yesterday as we were with you in spirit.

  6. My dear Charles & Claude, so sadden that Donald & I were unable to be present with you all to attend my sister Angeline funeral & celebration of her amazing life. “Le dernier Adieu “. I presumed that it was not meant to be, but happy that we had the opportunity to celebrate her 90th birthday with her and her family. Merci for the the funeral Mass video. Watched it with much emotions
    and tears. Know that our hearts and spirit were with you during this sad time wih our tgoughts and prayers. Angeline was a very kind & dedicated mother to her 2 cherrished sons, a loving wife to Louis, the love of her life. Her “Poirier roots” meant much to her as well. She will be dearly missed by the many who were blessed to know her & touched with
    the gentle hands of this Angel- ine nurse during her life-long career. Until we meet again for the grand family reunion up above, rest in Peace in the embrace of the merciful God. Angie’s your little sister. Aunt MargueriteMarguerite-M. & Uncle Donald Boucher

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