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Kevin Leander LeBlanc

October 27, 1965November 1, 2020

LeBlanc, Kevin Leander age 55 passed away November 1, 2020, with his loving family by his side. Born in Digby , he was a son of the late Benoit and Helen (Hudson) LeBlanc. Kevin was first employed with CN Marine, Marine Atlantic,and finally with Bay Ferries for over 35 years. Kevin was courageous, and fought until the end. He was a kind, hardworking, loving man. Who was respected by many, and left a lasting impression on all those he met. Kevin was a carefree soul, who took on life with a smile. He made all those around him feel safe, and always knew how to make you laugh. He had three great loves in his life, the first, and greatest love of all, was his wife Terrylynn. Every spare moment was spent together. Whether it was kayaking, taking a bike ride, or enjoying nature at Keji. The love Kevin had for his wife, could be described as a love that is "once in a lifetime". He will always be with her! The second love was his children and grandchildren. His family was his life, he was proud of each of them. He helped his family stay grounded, and brought laughter and light to them daily. And the last love, was his work. This was more of a passion, and his crew members were more like family. Kevin took every moment to tell those he loved how he felt. He left this world surrounded by all those he loved, in the comfort of his home. His love, kindness and humor will always live on in his family and friends. Surviving are his wife Terrylynn, daughter Corrina (Shawn) Isbill, son Kyle (Nicole White) Leblanc, sister Kim (Gary) Wambolt, brother Robert (Heather) LeBlanc , 5 grandchildren, Cole, Brayden, Lauryn, William, and Kevin many nieces and nephews, and his Fundy Rose Family. Beside his parents , he was predeceased by a brother Bruce. In following with Kevin’s wishes , there will be no visitation or service. Funeral Arrangements have been entrusted to Jayne’s Funeral Home 15 Birch St. Digby. Special thank you to VON Tri County, Palliative Care in Digby and also his Fundy Rose Family. Donations in memory can be made to Bobby's Hospice 285 Dufferin Row, Saint John NB E2M 2J9 506 -632-5593 or to the Digby Cancer Help Fund Association "Where there is deep Grief, there was Great Love"

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Cheryl (Robinson) Theriault

November 23, 2020

I am so sorry to learn that you hear lost Kevin. I will always attach Kim and Kevin to my childhood memories growing up on Lighthouse Road. For so many years our parents, Robbie and Lorraine would share how much they loved having Kevin stop by to chat and share his beautiful kids with them. They always spoke so fondly of him. Thinking of you all.

Debbie Dupuis

November 22, 2020

Friends for most of my life with Kevin. When my husband and I first got together he lived in N.B. so there was a lot of travelling on the boat. Kevin was always there with a happy greeting, a warm blanket or a wake up call when we docked. It was always nice to see his friendly face! On one of those many trips I met his wife and we became friends too, Trough these friendships I came to know the extended family and although we all did not meet in person I feel as if I know you all. Kevin will be dearly missed for the wonderful soul he was So please know that your devastation is widely felt! May you find some peace in knowing how much he loved you all and let us be thankful to have had him in our lives. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Dana Cousins

November 19, 2020

To Kevins wife TerryLynn and daughter Corrina and son Kyle, I want to express my deepest sympathy for your loss. I was fortunate to work with Kevin when I was hired onboard the Princess of Acadia. It didn't take me long to recognize the skill of Kevin's driving of the yard tractors. But most of all I liked Kevin for his kindness and friendship on and off the ship. For those who had the chance to work with Kevin we all feel empty today because we lost a good friend. I pray for his family to stay strong together during these sad times and they one day will take great comfort knowing Keven was a wonderful Husband and Father to his family.

Dave Brown

November 9, 2020

Terry,I just heard of Kevins passing. He was a good guy and i enjoyed working with him. We had lots of laughs. Damn shame

Bruce Hopkins

November 8, 2020

Terrylynn and Family,
I was also a friend of Kevin in the early to mid 80's and have several fond memories of our time at DRHS.
He was truly a great man and it was my pleasure to have known him.
My deepest condolences in this difficult time.

Andrew Pottier

November 6, 2020

Not sure where to start. I haven't seen Kevin in many years so this news has left me feeling numb today. The comments I read on this page are nothing less than I would have expected and are a vivid description of how I remember him. For a while in our younger years we were inseparable and enjoyed riding around on his motorcycle, snowmobiling, hiking along the beach, and just enjoying each others company.
My deepest condolences to Terrylynn, your children, and all of Kevin's family and friends. May your fondest memories of Kevin bring you comfort during this hard time. My heart and prayers are with you. Sincerely, Andrew.

kevin and Patti Mosher

November 5, 2020

Sending Terri, Bobby, Kim, and their families our condolences for the loss of Kevin. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Monica MacNeil

November 5, 2020

I am sorry for your loss. He was a kind, thoughtful man and easy to work with. My thoughts and sympathy for you all.

Tracy Comeau

November 3, 2020

Thank you Kevin

In Jr High (1982) you forcefully pushed me to attend my first dance. I was shy and didn't want to go. You called my house about 10 times until I gave in. That school dance is still one of my favorite memories. You were mature for your age and lived in town, I was a hay-seed from Marshalltown.

Later, I would join the crew on the Princess of Acadia. You treated me like a little brother, took me to your home many times and looked in on me often. You were so well respected on that ship , just as your Dad was.

My memories of you are filled with acts of kindness and lots of laughs. You have touched so many people with your direct approach at making friends.

I will miss you but never forget you Kevin.


Rest well brother

Gordon & Debbie Hewey

November 3, 2020

Bobby & family - Our hearts go out to you in this time of sorrow. We send our sympathy and prayers that the days ahead bring you peace and that you find comfort in your many memories. Our most sincere condolences.

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