Moncton Daily Times Moncton, NB
Thursday, November 7th, 1957 pg 3
Mourn death Jude LeBlanc Cape Bald (Special) -
The death of Jude LeBlanc of Botsford Portage occurred suddenly Wednesday at the home of a neighbour. Born in Botsford Portage 76 years ago, Mr. LeBlanc lived in the area his entire life. In his younger days he was a lath sawyer and later was employed by Maritime Packers for 57 years. He is survived by his wife, Delma Richard as well as four sons and three daughters. The sons are Willy, Adrian, Adrice and Donald, all of Botsford Portage. The daughters are Mrs. Bill Goguen (Marion), Mrs. Ernest Bourque (Jeannine) and Louise, all of Botsford Portage. A brother, Thaddie, Botsford Portage, and a sister, Mrs. Gilbert Leger of Leger Brook, also survive. There are twelve grandchildren surviving. The body was taken from Richard's funeral home, Shediac, Wednesday evening to the home, where it will remain until the funeral, which will be held Friday morning from the Roman Catholic Church, Cape Bald. Interment will be in the parish Cemetery, Cape Bald.