Norman “Norm” J. LeBlanc, 70, of Claremont, NH, gracefully passed from this life on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, at the VA Medical Center in White River Junction, VT.
Norman was born to the late Robert and Alva LeBlanc in Saint Paul, New Brunswick, Canada, on June 25, 1949. After immigrating to the United States (Connecticut), he would go on to proudly serve his country in the U.S. Marine Corp. during the Vietnam War, earning a Purple Heart. Norman was a devoted and loving father who shared an inseparable bond with his daughter, his “sunshine”. Norm was a man of great character, kindness, and generosity, with a sense of humor and positive spirit that prevailed through his final days. Norm was the type of man who brought joy into the lives of all who knew him, a true gentleman. He was an avid craftsman with a unique ability to just envision and create, from barns and furniture, to keepsake items. When not in his workshop, Norm and Deb could be found on his motorcycle, cruising the countryside, wild and free. Upon “retirement”, Norm worked for the City of Claremont as their evening custodian where he made many friends and could even be heard singing throughout City Hall. His perpetual smile and kindness greeted all those he met.
Norm leaves behind his loving partner, Deborah Stauch, and his devoted daughter, Kelly LeBlanc. Norman was predeceased by his wife, Louise LeBlanc (St. Laurent) and leaves behind many brothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.
Honoring Norman’s wishes, services will be private.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the VA Medical Center in WRJ, VT.
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