In Loving Memory Of
Laurie Joseph LeBlanc
1943 ~ 2024

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Laurie LeBlanc, 80, suddenly on Sunday, January 7th, 2024.

Born in Rogersville, NB, he was the son of the late Edgar and the late Irène LeBlanc (Doiron).

Laurie will be sadly missed by his daughters: Lori-Ann LeBlanc (Dr. Bill Barklow) of Natick, MA, Wanda LeBlanc (Marc) of Dieppe, NB, Sherry-Lynn LeBlanc (Fabian) of Sackville, NB, Tanya LeBlanc of Dartmouth, NS, and Tammy LeBlanc (Stephan) of Cleveland, OH; his long time special friend, Thérèse Boyd; his grandchildren: Kevin, Kristopher, Stephane, Alexandre, Nicolas, Joelle, Gabrielle, and Vanessa; his great grandchildren: Logan, Ellie, Jacob, Théo, Wyatt, Violet, and Baby Melanson; his sister, Juliette (Alyre) Mazerolle; his brothers: Gerard, George (Cecile), Jean-Claude, Jean-Guy, and Yves (Francine); as well as several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased his siblings: Eric, Rhéal, Eloi, Léo, Eugène, May, Claudette, baby Mariette, and baby France.

He was also predeceased by his first love Carmel LeBlanc who was the mother of five beautiful daughters. He had many wonderful years and memories with his very special friend, Therese Boyd.

Laurie was a stationary engineer for 30 years at Domtar in Miramichi, NB and retired at George Dumont Hospital in Moncton, NB. He loved to listen to music, especially George Jones, watch detective shows, play cribbage with family and friends, go for a meal with his daughters and their partners, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Like his brothers, he was a fine carpenter and was always willing to start a new project for his family, Therese or on the maintenance staff of Unique Rentals. His perfect day would be admiring his daughters, grandchildren and great grandchildren at family events and listening to stories of his daughters many travels around the world. He was the first to say he was far from perfect but for those who knew Laurie, knew he had a heart of gold, a lust for life, a good laugh and a good time. His life had many peaks and valleys, but he is now at peace and no longer suffering.

Visitations will take place on Friday, January 12th, 2024, from 2:00pm until 4:00pm at Passage Funeral Chapel (625 Mountain Road, Moncton). A celebration of life will be held at 4:00pm.

Donations in memory of Laurie can be made to the CHU Dumont Foundation.

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

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  1. Laurie loved his family with his whole heart, he will be deeply missed by those who met him. He always knew how to make others time and shone light in their life by just being in his presence. I met Laurie on multiple occasions and he always made me laugh with his jokes and his stories, he knew how to brighten a room and make everyone feel comfortable. Laurie never made you feel like a stranger, he made you feel like family.

    I will miss him dearly dropping into the office to say hi, and seeing him at Wanda’s house. You were and are well loved Laurie, fly high and watch over your family!

  2. Nos sincères sympathies à toute la famille 💕 Laurie était un homme bien aimé, Louise & Ron

  3. This strong-willed Man with a beautiful family whom will be sadly missed. Our condolences to SherryLynn, Fabian and the extended families. Much love from Carter and Pam Chapdelaine

  4. I’m so sorry to Laurie’s family and Therese for your great loss. He was always very kind to me. He was a nice man, and I’m sure will be greatly missed. Rest in peace!

  5. Girls,we want to send you our deepest sympathy, We know you will miss him,but do stay close to each other like you always did ❤ Love you

  6. Nos plus sincère condoléances a vous tous ses filles et familles,Therese ainsi que sa sœur et frères!RIP Laurie 🙏🕊️🙏

  7. I remember when Laurie came to Natick to visit Lori-Ann and Bill. He was always helping them with projects and did a great job!
    I’m so sorry for you loss! May good memories help you in this difficult time.

  8. Je veut justement pas le croire que tu es partie mon oncle Laurie. Depuis que j’ai fait ta connaissance en 2011 tu m’a toujours parler lorsque tu me voyais…. Tu étais l’amie de cœur à la tante à mon marie (Ma tante Thérèse), mais tu étais mon oncle par choix. J’espère que tu n’a pas souffert, car les bonnes personnes ne doivent pas souffrir. Repose en paix mon n’oncle Laurie xoxo Ouvre Grand tes Ailes et laisse toi t’emporter par le vent. Xoxo

  9. Gary worked with Laurie at Domtar, Miramichi. Gary always spoke fondly of him. Our deepest sympathy to the entire family.

  10. Mes plus sincères condoléances Wanda, ainsi qu’à ta famille. Je viens de lire la nouvelle du décès de ton père. J’espère que tu pourras trouver du réconfort auprès de ta famille et de tes amis.

  11. Nos sympathies à toute la famille ainsi qu’à ma sœur Thérèse. Nous gardons de bons souvenirs de Laurie.

  12. Mes plus sincère condoléances Wanda, Sherry-Lynn , Lori Ann,Tanya,Tammy , et Therese! xoxo Aussi A toute la familles, Les bonnes personnes ne doivent pas souffrir. Repose en Paix Laurie xoxo

  13. Toutes nos sympathies et pensées sont avec toi Sherry-Lyn et ses sœurs et la famille

  14. Wanda, Thérèse et famille
    Mes sympathies et pensées sincères sont avec vous en ces temps difficiles.

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