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Official Obituary of: Louis R. LeBlanc, Sr., 77, on April 14, 2024

Louis R. LeBlanc, Sr., 77, on April 14, 2024

Louis R. LeBlanc Sr., 77, passed away peacefully at the Care One Center in Randolph on April 14, 2024. He was the son of the late Ernest and Claire (Pinsonnault) LeBlanc and brother to the late Edmond LeBlanc of Mansfield.

Louis leaves behind his wife, Patricia A. (Couture) LeBlanc, to whom he was married on May 2, 1970 in Mansfield, MA, his son Louis LeBlanc Jr. of North Attleboro and daughter Sally LeBlanc of Attleboro, and grandson Nicholas LeBlanc of North Attleboro.  He is also survived by his brother, Donald LeBlanc of Bridgewater and sister, Lilliane (LeBlanc) Hedderig of North Attleboro, along with several nieces and nephews.

Louis was a life-long resident of North Attleboro, MA.  He was a member of the first graduating class of Bishop Feehan High School in 1965.  He was an avid car man and was a founding member of the Tri-boro Corvette Club.  Later in life, he pursued his dream of becoming a pilot and kept his Cherokee airplane at the Mansfield Airport.

Louis began his career of automotive repair and service with the purchase of a Shell Station on North Main Street in Attleboro, which he sold and started a partnership, New England Tire & Automotive, in Attleboro and Mansfield.  After many years, he left the partnership and opened Easton Car Care Center in Easton, where he worked before retiring completely and selling the company.

Lou and Pat loved to travel on cruises and relax down at their timeshare at Cocoa Beach, FL.

A private funeral service will be held and a celebration of life service will be planned for later this year. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, North Attleboro, MA.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Old Colony Hospice at 321 Manley Street in West Bridgewater, MA 02379. Online donations can be made at https://www.oldcolonyhospice.org/donation-overview.

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  • So, so sorry for your loss. Lou a great storyteller and a fun person to be with. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you!?

  • My condolences to the Leblanc family. I have found memories of Louis. We used to play sometimes when we visited Aunt Claire and Uncle Ernie. It was a real treat for us to leave Montreal and visit family.

  • Louie was always a generous, warm and fun loving person to be around. Jesus taught that there would be a resurrection to an opportunity to live, as God planned, on this earth without pain or suffering or death anymore. I’m hoping to see him again there in that situation.

    Kerry

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  1. Louie was always a generous, warm and fun loving person to be around. Jesus taught that there would be a resurrection to an opportunity to live, as God planned, on this earth without pain or suffering or death anymore. I’m hoping to see him again there in that situation.

    Kerry

  2. My condolences to the Leblanc family. I have found memories of Louis. We used to play sometimes when we visited Aunt Claire and Uncle Ernie. It was a real treat for us to leave Montreal and visit family.

  3. So, so sorry for your loss. Lou a great storyteller and a fun person to be with. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you!?

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