Ourso Funeral Home


Roland Joseph LeBlanc Sr.

June 20, 1948October 3, 2020

Roland J. LeBlanc Sr., A native of Koltzville and resident of Belle Rose, LA, passed away suddenly at his home on Saturday, October 3, 2020. He was an avid hunter and gardening was his passion. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife of fifty years, June Crochet LeBlanc; two children, Roland J. LeBlanc Jr. (Vicky) and Frannie LeBlanc Landry (Camille); three grandchildren, Kynley and Brendan LeBlanc and Camie Landry; four siblings, Elaine Blanchard (Thomas) Martha Reeks (Greg), Geraldine Rivero (Ronald) and Neil LeBlanc (Robin). He is preceded in death by his son, Derrick J. LeBlanc; parents, Robert and Nellie Mabile LeBlanc and one brother, James LeBlanc. Due to current circumstances with COVID19 visitation will be private.


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Laura Pipsair

October 6, 2020

My condolences and prayers for June, children, and all his family. Prayers for all.

Erin Hebert

October 5, 2020

Please know that your family has our heartfelt condolences, thoughts, and prayers during this difficult time. Mr. Roland’s kind spirit and generosity left a lasting impression. He will not be forgotten.

With love,
Erin Hebert and family

Russell and Olinda Rivere

October 5, 2020

Our deepest sympathies to June and all his family! May He Rest In Peace. ✝️🙏🏻🙏🏻✝️

Dotty and Larry Boudreaux

October 5, 2020

June so sorry to hear about Roland. Will keep you and the family in our prayers. May he Rest In Peace.

Jannelle Simoneaux

October 5, 2020

Our deepest sympathy June, Frannie and Roland. Roland was a wonderful person with a kind heart willing to help anyone and everyone. We will miss him and his beautiful smile. Bill and Jannelle

Sandy & Tracy Gaudet

October 5, 2020

“Mr. Roland” will be missed by so many people. He touched the heart of everyone he came in contact with and oh how the kids loved him. Every time our grandson comes over he always wanted to go see Mr. Roland. He was a great cook and always tried to accommodate our requests. Who will Sandy share his fishing baits with now? And we will miss the fresh Ponchatoula strawberries that he brought back on his routine trips. Our hearts are sad that your gone, but your memory will definitely live on. Sending our love and prayers to the precious family he left behind.

Marinda Castete

October 5, 2020

June and family,
So sorry to hear about Roland. I will remember him in my prayers.
Marinda Castete

Raymond & Landry

October 5, 2020

Words cannot express our sorrow for this great loss. Our prayers and deepest sympathy to his loving family


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