In Loving Memory Of
Edith LeBlanc
1934 - 2023

Edith LeBlanc (Cormier), 88, of Moncton, NB and formerly of Gardner MA., passed away peacefully at the Moncton Hospital with her youngest daughter by her side on February 28th, 2023.

Born in St-Damien, NB, she was the eldest daughter of the late Odilon and Marie (Gaudet) Cormier, and stepmother, Marie (Goguen).

She is survived by her children: Clarence LeBlanc of Moncton, NB, Diane (Dana) Peltanen of North Carolina, Paul LeBlanc (Denise) of Gardner MA., David LeBlanc of Bass River, NB, Bernice LeBlanc of Moncton, NB, William LeBlanc of Moncton, NB, Betty (Mark) Fahey of Moncton, NB, and honorary daughter, Nancy Cormier (Gilles Arsenault) of Tankville, NB.

She is also survived by one brother, Euclide Cormier of Mississippi; twelve grandchildren, seventeen great grandchildren; two sisters-in-law: Leona Cormier and June Cormier; one brother-in-law, George Scott, and by numerous nieces and nephews spread out throughout North America.

Beside her parents, Edith was predeceased by her husband, Edgar LeBlanc (1998), her common law partner, Arsène Boucher (2019), one son, Ronald LeBlanc (2022), and one grandson, Matthew Fahey of Irishtown, NB (2018). She was also predeceased by four siblings: Eddy Cormier of Leominster, MA., Jeannine Scott, Annette (Romeo) Bastarache of Gardner, MA., and Romeo Cormier of Templeton, MA.

Edith dedicated her life to caring and doing for others and expecting nothing in return. She spent her days thinking and worrying for her family, from youngest to oldest. She lovingly took care of her husband Edgar who suffered from A.L.S. for 18 years, and later in life, she lovingly took care of her common law partner of 20 years. She loved her family above all else, but also enjoyed dancing, quilting, and listening to the music of the Beetles and Charley Pride. Her favorite pastimes were traveling to see new places and camping with her family. She will be forever missed by all of her family and friends.

Forever in our hearts.

There will be a graveside service to be held at a later date in the spring.  

In memory of Edith, a donation may be made to the Harvest House of Moncton.

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at:

Arrangements under the professional care of

 Passage Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre

625 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB (506) 855-1145

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  1. Another angel got her wings, fond memories from when she lived across the road. Our deepest condolences at this sad time.

  2. Many fond memories of your family growing up . She was a wonderful person with a heart of gold .
    Thoughts and prayers to you all .

  3. We lived next door to you and your family for 35 plus years and we never had a harsh word to say. That’s the way Edgar and Edith were considerate of others. We were so sorry to hear of Edith’s passing. God joined them together on earth with a loving family not everyone gets that, but they did. We will remember the rest of the family in prayer at this time. (BEV and DONNA RICKER.

  4. My deepest sympathies to her lovely family. She was a wonderful lady who was so good to everyone. Rest easy Edith.

  5. Edith was the foundation.
    Always happy to see you with a smile & a hug. Caring for others was her passion.
    My condolences to family & friends.
    She will be missed 🌺

  6. To the family of Edith, We were so sorry to hear of the passing of Edith. She took very good care of my brother Edgar. We hadn’t heard from her in awhile and hadn’t heard from anyone in the family. We are sorry for your loss. Evelyn and Albert and family of Waltham ma. USA

  7. I am so sorry to hear of Edith’s passing. She was a lovely lady. May her memories be a blessing to you.
    Gloria Goguen- Bernard and Joan Goguen’s daughter.

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