Sorry to hear of Louise's passing may she Rest In Peace
Sincere condolences to Louise’s family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
We send our most sincere condolences and our deepest sympathy to Louise's family as well as Leon's, Bernard's, Nancy's, and to all other of Louise's siblings we haven't had the pleasure of meeting. Our hearts are with you in these difficult moments.
Rolande and Terry
So sad to hear about cousin Louise passing. The Landry family from Barrie, Ontario wishes to express our sincere condolences and sympathy to Angelle her family and all the LeBanc siblings and their families. Our thoughts and prayers is with the LeBlanc clan during this difficult time. RIP Louise you will definitely be missed on Isle Madame and beyond. Cusin Paul, Jan, Cathy/Allen, Kevin/Rita and families.
Sincere condolences to Louise's family and friends . Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Bernie and Marie Fougere
Dear Angele & Family.
Sending our most sincere condolences on Louise's passing. Know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers .
Louise was an original member of the Isle Madame Garden Club, and was very instrumental in setting up this new chapter of NSAGC in District 1. She continued to be active in every function of the club for several years. Her contributions were endless, and helped to make the club a fun and educational activity for everyone. Louise still had so much to give and was taken too soon. She will be forever remembered and sadly missed by members of her sister club from North Sydney, who shared activities and special events with Isle Madame club. We are blessed to have known her.
Lorna Williams, acting secretary of North Sydney Garden Club.
Shocked to hear about Louise’s passing. My deepest sympathy goes out to Angelle and family members. May you find strength, love and support from friends and family and the community to get through this most difficult time. Sending love and prayers to everyone affected by this great loss. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.RIP
Louise was such a giving person. Early memories of her include preparing crafts for Girl Guides and house-mothering at the Gaelic College.
I taught with Louise for many years at Felix Marchand School. She remained dedicated to her students, always dragging into school some "visual" or activity that would help to develop skills in a second language. Health issues forced her to retire but she continued to work tirelessly with a refugee family, trying to make Petit-de-Grat home.
RIP dear friend. I know you'll enjoy cultivating gardens and helping to keep flowers in bloom.
Deepest, heartfelt condolences to every member of Louises' Family, may she Rest In Peace...
My deepest condolences to the all of Louise's family. Dollene
Angelle et famille,
Nos plus sincères condoléances. Vous êtes dans nos pensées pendant ces moments difficiles.
Françoise et Ben
Condolences to ALL. Sorry to hear about you loss.
Our deepest condolences to Angelle and families, thinking of you during this difficult time. Aline & Mike
Our condolences to Louise’s family. We were in school together. After reading of many of her accomplishments in life, I have come to the realization that she was a lifelong learner and always ready to give back. Louise May your beautiful soul rest in the living embrace of the Creator! Joan and Lucien Bona
So sorry to hear about Louise my condolences to everyone.
Sending hugs Joyce Landry Clarke
Our deepest condolences to Angelle & Family.R.I.P Louise Eunice & Gerard Boudreau
"Madame Louise" taught Shannon at TEC. She was kind but not afraid to challenge students. It would not be an exaggeration to say Louise helped lay the foundation for Shannon's later academic success. For years, the bed Shannon slept in was a loft bed we went down to Petit-de-Grat to get at Mme. Louise's home. It is a shame that more students did not get the chance to have her as a teacher. Rest easy and condolences to her daughter, family and friends.
My earliest memory of Louise is of her making snacks for Angelle and I while we played on the slip n' slide outside her house. She would encourage us to stay out even when my dad was waiting at the door to take me home. Louise also introduced me to the concept of allergies; younger Lauren did not understand why we had to go to Lisa DeWolf's house to have our oranges peeled. Louise was my first Sparks leader; firm but caring. There was never any shortage of materials for crafts or ideas for songs. At sleepovers, she was never fooled by the "fake sleeping" I attempted in order to win her morning chocolate chip pancakes.
Despite the challenges she faced with her health, she continued to provide for others; whether it be volunteering at various organizations or donating knitted clothing & blankets to people in the hospital. She set an excellent example of caring for both family and strangers and I will pay it forward in remembrance of her.
Our sincere condolences to family and friends may she rest in peace
Thinking of you all in this difficult time. Love Alcide and Karen Goyetche
Our deepest condolences to Angelle and families, our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time...
Condolences fromPalmire and John. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time .
To the Family of the late Louise LeBlanc, we send our deepest sympathy.
May your RIP my friend , you were a special lady always sharing a smile whenever we met up with you.
You will be sadly missed by your Arichat Chapter ot TOPS.
Sending love and prayers to your family and friends.
Darlene and Roy Sampson
Such an amazing woman taken to soon, she undoubtedly left a mark in our community as well as in so many hearts. She took me in as her own when no one else would and helped me pull my life back together and i will forever be greatfull to have had her in my life. I will remember her always and think of her often. Till we meet again, rest in paradise mama louise.