Moncton Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, April 20th, 1972 pg 3
A. J. LeBlanc ST. JOSEPH (Special) -
The death of Aurele J. LeBlanc of Cormier Cove occurred Wednesday at Dr. Georges Dumont Hospital in Moncton following a lengthy illness at the age of 70. Born at Taylor Village, he was a son of the late Joseph R. LeBlanc and Dauphine (Landry) LeBlanc. His wife the former Olida Leger died in 1953. He was employed with CN as a machinist for 28 years, retiring in 1940. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. He is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Neri LeBlanc (Jeanita) of Notre Dame, Kent County, Mrs. Alonzo Cormier (Aurela) of Cormier Cove, Mrs. Edgar Cormier (Hermance) of Halifax, Mrs. Amand LeBlanc (Aline) of Memramcook East, Mrs. Raoul Melanson (Angela) of St Joseph and Miss Francine LeBlanc of Quebec; five sons, Dr. Paul-Emile LeBlanc of Buctouche, Ronaldo of St. Joseph, Joseph and Bernard both of Cormier Cove and Cpl. Rudolphe LeBlanc, Canadian Forces Base Greenwood, N.S.; 40 grandchildren. The body will rest at Dupuis funeral home in Memramcook with funeral mass to be celebrated Friday at 8 p.m. at St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church in St Joseph. Entombment will be placed in the parish vault for interment later in the spring.