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New Gloucester-Jerry Leon LeBlanc Sr., 76, died July 5, 2019 at his home in New Gloucester with his wife at his side from Chronic Lymphatic Leukemia for many years.
He was born November 26, 1942 the son Leon and Rita Brillant LeBlanc the oldest of seven children. He married Marguerite Estes o September 4, 1965 and they had 53 wonderful years.
Jerry graduated Edward Little High School in 1962 and worked in the glass business most of his life, Portland Glass in Raymond, and manager of Champion Glass in Windham. After retirement he opened “Small Glass and Screen Repair Shop” in his garage. He also made many glass arts and crafts. Coached his son in Baseball for 17 years from Little League to Babe Ruth He was a terrific husband, father, and grandfather. Love the Red Sox and especially the Boston Bruins. Follows his great niece Madison in all her sports and his two great nephews Parker and Zachary in Hockey. Recently became a big fam of Chuck Estes and his truck racing.
Growing up the family moved many times, even went to Germany as his father was a career serviceman. Many years he was the father of the family, helping his mother in many ways.
He was predeceased by his parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and brother Michael LeBlanc. His two beloved dogs Missy and Sam.
Survived by his wife of 53 years Marguerite. Son, Jerry LeBlanc Jr. and grandson; Ryan James. Brother; Chanel and wife Nancy. Sisters; Dolores Blier and Fatima Pawloski. Reginia Culleton, Ann Marie Castonguay and husband Keith, and sister-in-law Brenda LeBlanc. Brother-in-Law Tom Estes and wife Eileen. Chuck Estes and wife Cindy. Mother-In-Law Margaret Estes. Many Nieces and Nephews.
Many thanks to Dr. Rausch and the whole family of Hematology, Oncology and the infusion center at CMMC. A special thanks to the family of nurses on M1 at CMMC, they were so good to him.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11 a.m. Tuesday July 9, 2019 at Sacred Heart Church, 8 Sacred Heart Place, Auburn. Committal Rites will follow in Lower Cemetery. Condolences may be offered at www.wilsonfhllc.com
Memorial donations may be made to: https://maine.wish.org