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Robert "Bob" Gerald joseph LeBlanc
March 17, 1949 ~ January 31, 2024 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Robert Gerald Joseph LeBlanc, also known as Bob, Bobby, Brother, and my hero. Bob was the son of the late Raymond N. LeBlanc and Leoline A.M. LeBlanc as well as brother of Jacques LeBlanc and his wife Beverly LeBlanc and big brother to Giselle Andrews and special friend Brian Thibeault. He will be remembered by his siblings, nieces, and nephews, as well as many loving community members whose lives he had touched and forever changed.
Bob will be remembered for his infectious laughter and his ability to see the good in every situation. His presence will be felt by those he loved when they are singing, dancing, and laughing in cheerful moments and he will be missed dearly as he was one of a kind. He had a passion for music and could be found humming away to any tune. He was an honourable man, who thought of others first and would give the shirt off his back for someone in need; he devoted countless hours to fundraising for meaningful causes and grew deep roots in his community. Bob is Kings Meadow’s longest member to call it home. He is the heart and soul of Kings Meadow and everything that it stands for.
If there was a lesson that Bob had taught those around him- it was the importance of living in the moment and enjoying the time you have left. He had done just that. On behalf of Bob, we would like to include a special thank you to Amber Phillips, Palliative Care Nurse for her amazing care an involvement for his final months, especially in his final days. A thank you to the Canadian Progress Club Halifax for all that they do for the folks at Kings Meadow and the friendships made that enriched Bobs life, and a special thank you to the staff at Kings Meadow current and past that had continuously gone above and beyond to deliver life changing care for Bob so he could live his best life.
If you wish to donate in Bobs honour, please continue his legacy by donating to causes he had devoted his life’s work to supporting.
Hope for Wildlife Terry Fox Foundation
Nova Scotia Special Olympics
A celebration of life in honour of Bob will be held at Kings Meadow on March 2nd from 2pm-4pm, the community is welcome to come and celebrate the legacy of love that Bob has left behind for us.