OBITUARY

Jeanette A. LeBlanc

October 22, 1931July 11, 2018

Jeanette A. LeBlanc passed away on July 11, 218 at the age 86. She was the loving wife of the late Albert for 56 years. Jeanette is survived by her children Kathleen (David) Leikert, Patrick LeBlanc, and Tracy (Edward) Weick and her grandchildren Grace (Sean O’Toole), Michael, Faith and Joy. She was preceded in death by her son Michael LeBlanc and brother Ronald McNeil.

Visitation will take place on Sunday, July 15, 2018 from 4 to 8 pm at Resurrection Funeral Home, 40800 Hayes Road in Clinton Township. A Rosary will take place at 7pm on Sunday. A Funeral Service will be held on Monday, July 16, 2018 at 11am at the funeral home. Friends may visit the funeral home on Monday beginning at 10:30am. Burial will take place at Resurrection Cemetery in Clinton Township.

In memory of Jeanette memorial donations are appreciated to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen, 1820 Mount Elliott St., Detroit, MI 48207.

  • FAMILY

  • The late Albert LeBlanc, Husband
  • Kathleen (David) Leikert, Daughter
  • Patrick LeBlanc, Son
  • Tracy (Edward) Weick, Daughter
  • She is also survived by her grandchildren Grace (Sean O’Toole), Michael, Faith and Joy.

    She was preceded in death by her son Michael LeBlanc and brother Ronald McNeil.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, July 15, 2018
  • Rosary Sunday, July 15, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, July 16, 2018
REMEMBERING

Jeanette A. LeBlanc

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Crystal Baskin

July 18, 2018

My deepest sympathy to you during this difficult time. May Jehovah God comfort and surround you with peace and hope. Revelation 21:4. Jesus also promised at John 5:28,29 that one day soon, dying will be a thing of the past. Then you will see "Jeanette" again. Until that time, continue to cherish all of those wonderful memories that you have shared together.

kathy stevens

July 13, 2018

Jeanette was my neighborhood mom, and too my boys was like a grandmother. The memories (so many). We'll hold in our hearts. From the day I moved in next door, her and Al where there. Our daily talks through ups and downs. All the knowledge she would share and what a giver she was! We laughed,cried, shared many life experiences together. Her and Al took my boys under their wings to guide and protect. When they had air soft gun playing in the yard they gave them garbage can lids for a shied (protect). BUT don't shoot the birds. After removing my pool they gave them shovels and supplies to build their own town. I'm sure they where getting worried that they where moving soon to their yard as well. But they moved on to dodge park. So they gave them larger shovels and food and Al made sure their bike where ready for the journey. They always watched over us.

The verse LOVE THY NEIGHBOR is who they are. Now she's on a new journey to give everything she has to offer.
Love, Kathy, John, and Eric Stevens

Nathan Rodriguez

July 12, 2018

Ah where to start with this beautiful woman ! All the way from her selling jewelry to giving me gifts for my little girlfriends,to talking stories about her puppy’s and husband and how much she enjoyed life! If only I could have stayed young and jobless and mowed her grass and helped with the garden for ever I would have!How can some one not love when a cute older lady has my favorite pop and candy everytime I seen her! Miss Leblanc was an amazing woman and was always such a positive cute lady and I will never forget her! She left a huge impact on my life❤️Rest easy beautiful ! Soon I will find that older woman(insider)

Nathan Rodriguez

July 12, 2018

Ah where to start with this beautiful woman ! All the way from her selling jewelry to giving me gifts for my little girlfriends,to talking stories about her puppy’s and husband and how much she enjoyed life! If only I could have stayed young and jobless and mowed her grass and helped with the garden for ever I would have!How can some one not love when a cute older lady has my favorite pop and candy everytime I seen her! Miss Leblanc was an amazing woman and was always such a positive cute lady and I will never forget her! She left a huge impact on my life❤️Rest easy beautiful ! Soon I will find that older woman(insider)

Joyce Lemmon

July 12, 2018

My loving Aunt,
I have been so blessed for all the times we shared together. Her wisdom and logic to life, I will hold close to my heart, and I will remember to learn from every mistake and move forward with pride.
I loved how we could have pity parties together, shed tears, and afterwards laugh about how silly our problems we're. We we're each other's rock!
Our hour plus phone conversations we're the most uplifting, and funny. I now will talk to myself even more out loud for her to hear.
My Savior as a child when life was tough. For I knew she would come to the rescue and make things better.
My last couple days with her was a gift from Heaven, to be able to make her laugh and smile and to hear her once again thinking about everyone else and not her condition. She was such a hoot. Angel in disguise.
I truly will miss her. My partner in crime, and buddy. The most unselfish, forgiving, thoughtful, and loving person I know. May she be with my Father, Mother, Mom, Dad, Uncle, Cousin, and all her dear friends now.
My tears for missing her will come, but I will put my feet in the sand and move on, like she would say!

All My love dear Aunt Jeanette,
Joyce Ann

TIsh Carter

July 12, 2018

I remember your Mother, Aunt Margaret, my Mother and Grandmother Leikert laughing at a family event. Sending my love, Tish

Keith McNeil

July 12, 2018

My Aunt Jeanette always had a way to put a smile on your face. Whether it was a quote from an Erma Brombeck book...or some silly cartoon strip she cut out.
You never knew what "Treasure" she was going to find on her Red Barn / flea market days that she knew you needed! She always could find cool things for us!
The consummate green thumb, her yard always was a work of art and beauty....and she always knew the answers to my questions about pruning...fertilizing...and such!
I will miss her, but I take great comfort knowing she is back with my Cousin,my Uncle, and my Mom and Dad.....plus many other friends and family members. (Your back to having Ronnie's back like the ol days!)
May you rest in peace, my Dear Aunt Jeanette.

FROM THE FAMILY