David Anthony LeBlanc

December 6, 1942February 19, 2018

David Anthony LeBlanc, 75, passed away peacefully on February 19, 2018 in Nashua. He was born on December 6, 1942 to Anthony and Margaret "Peg" (Doherty) LeBlanc in Boston, MA. David attended both Boston College High School and Boston College. An avid skier in his younger years, he later became a motorcycle enthusiast who would travel cross-country with every opportunity he had, including to his favorite destination Alaska. He was a family man involved with his children’s lives and with his son's Nashua Pop Warner football team when he was younger. He had a love for black labs, having many throughout his life, and a love for completing crossword puzzles every day. He was an avid fan of the Allman Brothers Band and would attend their concerts as often as the band visited the local area. David was employed by Janitech, Inc. of Methuen, MA as a business development/sales representative and remained an employee of the Burke family for almost 25 years up to the point of his passing. He is survived by his son Christopher LeBlanc of Nashua, daughter Jennifer LeBlanc of Nashua, and his former wife Ellen Slaney of Manchester, His four siblings Joan Vollmer of New Jersey, Sue Carney and her husband Larry of Melrose, MA Denise Bubar and her husband Steve of Burlington, MA and Philip LeBlanc of Reading, MA. Also a good friend Buch Lalime of Florida, his loving dog Sadie, and many nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his brother in law Bill Vollmer, a sister in law Judy LeBlanc, and a best friend Will “Butch” Knight. Visiting hours will be held on Monday, February 26, 2018 from 3PM 8PM at the Zis-Sweeney & St. Laurent Funeral Home, 26 Kinsley St. Nashua. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10AM on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at St. Ignatius of Loyola, 28 Commonwealth Ave, Brighton, MA with a burial immediately following at Evergreen Cemetery, 2060 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton, MA. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that individuals make donations to the American Cancer Society or Nashua, NH Humane Society in David's name.


  • Visitation Monday, February 26, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, March 3, 2018
  • Burial Saturday, March 3, 2018

David Anthony LeBlanc

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Andrea Figura

February 26, 2018

Uncle David, thanks for introducing us to some great skiing up your way! Mike and I always enjoyed our ski trips with you and talking about all the great slopes we've skied. I will always hold all the memories of fun times with you close to my heart. We always knew laughs were in store for us whenever you were around. My thoughts are prayers are with Chris and Jennifer. We're so sorry we can't be there at this difficult time. Hold onto all those great memories and pull them out often. Celebrate his life and all the happiness he brought to those around him. Hugs from New Jersey.

Denise Bubar

February 26, 2018

Even though we butted heads growing up we never gave up on one another. You were a real pistol. Being the youngest sibling was a challenge as you were "top dog" for five years before I came along. May you rest in peace.

Joan Vollmer

February 25, 2018

David (from your big sister) you gave me a run for my money when you were young. But as you grew up, you turned out to be a special person. You were a wonderful father to both of your children. You will be missed greatly. You will remain in my thoughts forever and sadly missed.

Ellen Slaney

February 25, 2018

I am pleased that we mended our relationship these last few years. I am sad at your passing and for the grief of our children. I am comforted to know that you are at peace and that you are no longer in physical pain.

February 24, 2018

Even though we butted heads growing
, you were a force! Being the young ist. sibling was a challange

Butch Lalime

February 24, 2018

I met Dave 30 years ago and have been friends ever since, and ski buddies up until he got sick. If we had met in our earlier years I am sure we would have been "ski bum's"and skied the world!. David is and always will be a best friend and brother. David is a family man through and through, he was always keeping me up to date on Chris and Jennifer and of course all of his canine partners. He of course wanted to know about our family. I tell everyone the only thing I miss about New England since moving to Florida is skiing with my great friend David! God has taken a friend from me who will never be able to be replaced. Diane and I will miss him greatly. Our family sends our deepest condolences to the LeBlanc Family. I am sorry I cannot attend his memorial. We will be there in spirit.

Philip Le Blanc

February 24, 2018

I will miss you bro. you were there and supportive any time I needed you. Christmas eve at our house with the entire local family, friends neighbors etc. is something I will never forget.
Your loving brother, PHIL P.S. Say hello to Judy for me.

Jennifer LeBlanc

February 24, 2018

I love and miss you very much. There will always be an empty piece of my heart since you've gone. Thank you for being my dad.

Craig Vollmer

February 24, 2018

Memories of skiing down the slopes of New Hampshire are the first that occur when I think of my Uncle David. After that I can't help but think of how fun loving and caring he was. Whenever he would come to visit us I always knew that I could count on some good times and good laughs.

With our deepest sympathy, my family extends a far reaching hug of warmth and comfort to his family. We will surely miss his exuberance for fun and life. The family and Uncle David will forever be in our hearts and prayers. God bless.

Catherine Phillips-Hansen

February 23, 2018

Rest In Peace David. Friend of Denise.