Leah Elizabeth Blouin

June 18, 1968April 17, 2018
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Lewiston – Leah Elizabeth Blouin, 49, of Rumford Ave in Rumford, passed away on Tuesday April 17, 2018 at CMMC from injuries received in a car accident in Peru on April 16. She was born in Rumford Maine on June 18, 1968 a daughter of Willy and Peggy (St. Cyr) Blouin. Leah was a graduate of Rumford High School Class of 1986 and attended Lesley College in Cambridge, MA. She was employed with Oxford County Mental Health and Pinnacle Health & Rehab in Canton. Leah was a communicant of Parish of the Holy Savior. She was a precocious child, an avid reader, a vibrant woman who usurped attention the moment she entered a room; she liked all kinds of music, respected all peoples and their views, genuinely loved her family and friends, was kind and generous to a fault, and she made all of our lives more interesting. Surviving are her parents, Willy and Peggy Blouin of Rumford; a brother, Brian Blouin and wife Trisha of Lakeland, FL; fiancé Andrew Philbrick of Rumford; 8 aunts, Pauline Blouin of Atkinson, NH, Marsha Williams of Rumford, Theresa Paradis of Lewiston, Noella Bean and husband Dick of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Priscilla DiConzo of South Paris, Fern Patrie and husband Gerry of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Louise Nash of Dixfield and Doris Glines and husband Jon of Goffstown, NH; a nephew, Jayson Blouin of Lakeland, FL; a niece, Delaney Blouin of Lakeland, FL; multiple cousins, and a Lifelong friend Keith Grassett of Rumford. She was predeceased by maternal grandparents, Quentin and Beatrice St. Cyr, paternal grandparents, Felix and Albertine Blouin; a brother, Jason Blouin, 3 uncles, James Williams, Norman Blouin, and Lionel Blouin, and 3 aunts, Yvette Chenard, Cecile Landry and Yolanda Redmond. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may contribute in Leah’s memory to help feed the people at the Good Shepherd Food Bank 3121 Hotel Rd, Auburn 04210, and please consider opening your heart to Tissue and Organ donation as she has.


  • Wilfrid Blouin, Father
  • Margaret (St. Cyr) Blouin, Mother
  • Brian Blouin & Wife Trish, Brother
  • Andrew Philbrick, Fiance`
  • Pauline Blouin, Aunt
  • Marsha Williams, Aunt
  • Theresa Paradis, Aunt
  • Noella Bean & Husband Dick, Aunt
  • Priscilla DiConzo, Aunt
  • Fern Patrie & Husband Gerry, Aunt
  • Louise Nash, Aunt
  • Doris Glines & Husband Jon, Aunt
  • Multiple Cousins, Cousin
  • Keith Grassette, Special Friend
  • Quentin & Beatrice St. Cyr, Maternal Grandparents
  • Felix & Albertine Blouin, Paternal Grandparents
  • Jason Blouin, Brother
  • James Williams, Uncle
  • Norman Blouin, Uncle
  • Lionel Blouin, Uncle
  • Yvette Chenard, Aunt
  • Cecile Landry, Aunt
  • Yolanda Redmond, Aunt

  • In lieu of flowers, those who wish may contribute in Leah’s memory to help feed the people at the Good Shepherd Food Bank 3121 Hotel Rd, Auburn 04210, and please consider opening your heart to Tissue and Organ donation as she has.


  • A Time of Sharing & Remembering Sunday, April 22, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, April 23, 2018

Leah Elizabeth Blouin

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DeMae Pierre

August 29, 2018

I am just finding out today what happened to a wonderful person. Leah was full of life and kept you laughing. She was one of my mother Emily Hampton good friend you will be missed.

Chip Hullett

July 28, 2018

I am sorry, I didn't know until today. I don't have the words right now. My condolences to your family and friends.

With Love,

Pearle Williamson

April 26, 2018

Peggy, Willy and family,

I was so sorry to learn of your daughter's death. Life surely is not fair. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

Dale Hall

April 24, 2018

leah was a kind and carring person i spent 10 yrs with this wounderful lady she love mountains and cade cove she wanted to go there all of the time/ my mom and dad love her so much she will be miss i will cherrish you in my heart forever rest in peace leah lone your friend dale

Serena Hall-Bozeman

April 23, 2018

It's hard to put into words how I feel about Leah. Leah had a way of making you laugh, especially with her accent, and the way she worded things. She cared deeply for those she loved. She was there when I got married, she was there when my father passed away, she was there for my family. She was an amazing woman with a good heart! I never will forget when she gave me Krypton. I will forever be reminded of her through him. Leah I love you! You will be greatly missed!
Mr. and Mrs. Blouin, Brian, Tricia, Andy
I am truly sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to each of you!

Kimberly Murray

April 23, 2018

I have a million beautiful memories with my dearest Leah. Over the last 20+ years we have had many adventures, shared many secrets and created memories I will cherish forevermore. She was the greatest friend and confidant one could know. She will be greatly missed.

Andrew Philbrick

April 22, 2018

Leah Blouin was an amazing person. She was not only my fiancee, but my life partner and companion as well. She had a beautiful personality. She had so much compassion for what she did and she touched so many lives. She will be missed dearly. She is always with us in spirit. Love you Leah forever, Andy.

Deanna (Naugler) - Artis

April 22, 2018

To my Dear Friend Leah,
I was so excited to finally be back in touch with you after over 30 years had gone by. Thanks to your cousin Joe, who reached out to you and gave you the message to call me, my life got a whole lot brighter. I knew you as a teenager, but now was my chance to know you as an adult. I so looked forward to making plans for us to meet. I did however, learn one thing this week and that is to take nothing for granted... life is just too precious and too short. You were taken from this Earth way too soon, so I figured God must have had other plans for you.
A couple of weeks ago I found what is called a Friendship Ball. It is a beautifully pastel colored glass ball on a chain. I bought one for you Leah, and had planned on giving it to you when we got together. Now I will just hold onto it to keep your memory alive for me. There were so many things that I wanted to tell you, and things I wanted for us to do together. I can't begin to tell you how much it hurts inside knowing that I have to wait even longer before I can see you again.
You were so loved Leah, and just know that you will forever be missed. Hugs and kisses to you my friend, until we meet again.
Much Love,