We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Dupuis Funeral Home
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear husband, father, and grandfather Clarence LeBlanc of Memramcook-East. Clarence was the son of the late Yvet LeBlanc and the late Emma (Dupuis).
Clarence was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He was a hard worker who was always willing to help others. He was an excellent singer and musician. He enjoyed driving his tractor, spending time at his camp and spending time with his family, especially his grandsons. Clarence touched many lives and had a generous heart. He was a proud member of the Boilermakers Local 73 and had a long career with the Potash mine in Sussex. He was also a longstanding member of Knights of Columbus of Memramcook-East
Clarence is survived by his loving wife Anna (Landry); his two sons, Mario (Nancy) and Denis (Melissa); three adored grandsons: Samuel, Mikaël and Caleb. Six sisters, Therese (Alphonse) LeBlanc of Saint-John, Lina (Guy) Maillet of Memramcook, Lucina (late Dismas) Cormier and Helene (Leon) LeBlanc both of Memramcook-East, Alice (Louis) Belliveau and Janice (Francis) Gautreau both of Grand Barachois, three brothers, Louis-Philippe (Diana) of Grand Barachois, Olivain of Montreal, Donald (Dorine) of McGinley, sister-in-law Jeannette (Late Wilfred), brother-in-law Yvon Saulnier (Late Julia) and by several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by two brothers, Victor and Wilfred, one sister, Julia and one sister-in-law, Lorraine.
Visitation will be held at Dupuis Funeral Home, Memramcook on Thursday January 6 from 1 to 3:30 pm. There will be a private funeral mass held at a later date.
The family would like to thank the department of Oncology at the CHU Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont Hospital and the staff at the Maison Albert House for their care and compassion given to Clarence.
Donations in Clarence’s memory can be made to Maison Albert House, 156 Pleasant Street, Moncton, E1A 2V5.
Arrangements are in care of Dupuis Funeral Home, Memramcook.