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Cruikshank’s Halifax Funeral Home

2666 Windsor Street, Halifax, NS

OBITUARY

Paul Frederick LeBlanc

May 11, 1950June 15, 2020

Monday June 15th, 2020 Paul passed away peacefully at his home in Upper Sackville. Paul was born in Liverpool, NS. He was the son of the late Elva and Adolphus LeBlanc of Liverpool. Paul was an avid fisherman and hunter who loved the outdoors. His passion was his 1937 Chevy Coach Master Deluxe. He belonged to the Halifax Antique Car club and the Pre-war Car club. Paul was a people person and loved to talk to everyone. He would take his grandson every morning in the black bus, before school, to Tim Hortons where they would talk to all the regulars. He and his wife belonged to the Long Lake Loggers ATV club and loved going on runs with everyone. He was a scout leader for years and loved his volunteer work with the Springfield Lake Rec Center. He was a very active member of the community. If he wasn’t at the rec center you could find him walking. Paul was the kind of person who would help anyone in the community. Paul worked for many years as a surveyor with various companies including Standard Paving, Lafarge and Dexter. He loved spending time with his family; especially his grandkids. He loved to travel and visit his brothers in Ontario and Newfoundland, as well as his son and family in Calgary. Paul is survived by his wife Dolly May LeBlanc (Wolfe) of Upper Sackville, NS. His daughter Crystal (Kenny) James of Middle Sackville, NS, son Jason (Holly) LeBlanc of Calgary, AB and his grandchildren Alex and Isabella James and Addison and Sophie LeBlanc. His Brothers Andy LeBlanc of Kingston, ON, John (Carol) LeBlanc of Liverpool, NS and Jim (Carol) LeBlanc of Ottawa, ON and many nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his sister in law Louise (Andy) LeBlanc. There will be no service held and in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Kidney Foundation of Canada. https://kidney.ca/ To view or place an online message of condolence please visit www.cruikshankhalifaxfuneralhome.com

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serena mcintyre

July 8, 2020

We are so terribly sorry for your loss. Sending love and comfort to Dolly and all Paul's family and friends.

Paul was always a sweet, gentle soul with a warm and friendly smile. He'll be missed by many far and wide. God bless. Serena & Randy Mcintyre

gloria aulenback

June 21, 2020

to dolly and family
we are so sorry to hear of paul's passing. our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.

tammy, Gloria and gary

Judy and Dave Houlihan

June 20, 2020

Our condolences to Dolly and family for your loss. He will be missed. May your many memories shared together over the years help you through this sad time. Dave and Judy Halifax Antique Car Club members

Amanda Kotlar

June 20, 2020

Dolly, Crystal and Jason,

Paul will be greatly missed.
Thinking of you, sorry for your loss.

Betty and Frank Beals

Lori Stratton

June 20, 2020

Dear Dolly and family,

So sorry to hear about Paul, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Paul will truly be missed at darts, his joking around and sometimes sleepy eyes.You both are a big part of the rec center. Take care.

Lori and Angus

Janet Richards

June 20, 2020

Dear Dolly,
Brian and I were so sad to learn of Paul's death. He was a steadfast member of the Halifax Antique Car Club, coming to meetings and socializing with all the members and he loved showing off his "antique car". He appeared to be "on top of things" with whatever he was doing, always calm, cool and collected. We will miss him and our thoughts and prayers are with you. We hope happy memories will bring you comfort in the days ahead.
Warm regards,
Brian and Janet Richards

Alyson Currie

June 19, 2020

Dear Dolly and family,

My deepest sympathy as you grieve the loss of your husband, father and grandfather. I can only imagine the many many lives Paul touched in his many endeavours over the years. As you reminisce, I am sure many memories will be shared, and stories told. I hope they bring some comfort to your broken hearts. Sending big hugs.

Alyson Currie

Hugh Mosher

June 19, 2020

Dear Dolly and family,

I am so sorry to hear of Paul’s passing. I had not seen him in decades but I have fond memories growing up with Paul through school, church and scouting. I hope your memories will help you all going forward.

Regards,

Hugh Mosher

Jay Matheson

June 19, 2020

Dolly, Crystal and Jason:

I have nothing but fond memories of Paul, from when I was a child at the park and later on Foxglove to when I working at the Rec Centre. He was a very kind man and I always enjoyed our conversations. His passing is a great loss to the community and I know he will be missed by a great many people. I offer my sincerest condolences for your loss. God bless.

Jay Matheson

STEPHEN MACKINNON

June 19, 2020

Paul's family and friends sorry for your loss, it has been many years since dealing with Paul at Standard Paving and Lefarge but lost contact when he moved to Dexter. A Paul memory is after having a health scare years ago his determination to loss some weight and start walking and he was proud to tell (brag) of his accomplishments how many miles or pounds lost. Sounds like he kept on walking. Paul always had a smile or a smirk and a unique laugh I know he is missed, remember the good times.
Sincerely Stephen MacKinnon Paul called me Stevie

FROM THE FAMILY