My thoughts and prayers go out to you all. I am greatful I had a chance to help to take care of Coach LeBlanc. May he rest in peace. I know he is watching over you all.
Kenneth & Karen, Sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I remember him as a very nice man. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
He was without a doubt one of the most remarkable men we have known. He touched so many lives in a positive way. Sorry we missed the funeral; we were out of town. He will be missed. May he rest in peace.
Sylvia and Alvin Landry
Boogie so sorry to hear of your father's death. Our family will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
By Coach Rest in Peace. You helped many of students at LCO in this life time. Many prayers for the family, He is going to claim his reward for live time of helping students.
R.I.P Mr.Rene you where a great person and family man you will be missed.prayer are with you and the leblanc family.
Miss Madeline and children, Coach Rene was always one of my mentors. I remember him teaching me how to pitch a baseball when I was 6 years old, and we had many interactions over the years, through school, sports, and friendship. He will be sorely missed. Know that you and your family are in our prayers.
i will always think of you jesus is holding you in his arms. brenda fuchs a care giver when i worked at the suites of sugar mills point
Loved him and love all of you , Suzanne
One of our best friends for over 50 years. We will miss him greatly.
Dick and Jeanette Tharp
RIP Coach....condolences to the family...All my love....Hazel
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. He worked with my husband who spoked foundly of him.
Mrs. Malcolm (Uda) Foret
To Boogie, Sue and the entire LeBlanc Family. I shall keep you all in my prayers. You have been blessed to have had him for a father and husband.
When I think of Mr. Rene I think of the ultimate gentleman; always kind and always so cordial. I remember him as a high school athlete commpeting against him and for some reason I always had this respect for him as the opposing coach. Then later in life when I served as a school board member and got to know Mr Rene I realized just what a fine man he was and that he was a man of his word. He will be missed but knowing Kenny and Boogie his character lives on. He was truly a fine gentleman.
Our thoughts and prayers to all of you for your loss .
Coach LeBlanc was my first coach in organized sports. He always pushed me hard, but I always felt that he really cared for me. He gave me my first nickname. Condolences to all family and friends. He was definitely one of the good guys!
Roe and I have so much love and respect for Coach Rene and his lovely family. May you all find comfort in the love we all have for you and for him.
Prayers go out to all of you. I am so glad I got to visit him last week.
Our deepest sympathies to the LeBlanc family.
He was always a kind and thoughtful Supervisor when he visited my class. It was a pleasure to have known him.
A man of character and principle. I am forever grateful to have known Coach and his family. He has left a great legacy. My family's prayers will be for comfort and courage for his family in the days ahead.
Rene' was a terrific influence in my life as a teacher, coach, and friend. Little did I know I would become almost his relative later in my life. His family is a testament to his goodness and strength. May he rest in peace.
my prayers go out to all of mr rene leblanc family may god be with all of you
Karen, Kenneth, Boogie, Mrs. Leblanc and the entire Leblanc family - We are so sorry to read about the passing of your dad and husband. This is the picture I have fond memories of from my days at South Lafourche when he was the basketball coach. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. We will try our best to attend the service.
Boogie, Kenneth, and Adrienne, so sorry to hear of your loss. my prayers and thoughts are with you and your families
My prayers are with the entire LeBlanc family at this time of deep sorrow. He has left many memories. What a wonderful man.
Coach LeBlanc...so many of my high school memories are tied to you. You challenged me, you tested me, you helped me become a better man.
I will forever be grateful for the things he has accomplished and the lives he has touched. I am truly blessed to have known him and been a part of his life. God bless.
So sorry for the family's loss.
Sorry I want be able to make visitation cause I'm working days now. Keeping you all in my prayers!!
Sorry for the loss of a wonderful father ,grandfather ,and husband he will b missed .
My condolences to the family. Mr. Rene was a wonderful man and a true gentleman. I was in elementary school when he was my principal and Mrs. LeBlanc was my teacher. I am so sad to hear this news and will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Our condolences to the LeBlanc family. Ira speaks often of Coach Rene. He has wonderful memories of his high school days when Coach and the rest of his teammates made it to the state quarter finals. RIP Coach Rene.
On behalf of the members of the Lafourche Parish Retired Teachers Association I would like to extend our condolences to Mr. Rene's family.
SUCH A SAD LOST...RENE,WAS A WELL RESPECTED MAN...IN TIMES OF SICKNESS HE WAS NEVER FORGOTTEN BY HIS FAMILY AND DEVOTED WIFE...MAY HE REST IN PEACE,AND MAY WE NEVER FORGET THE KINDNESS IN HIS HEART THAT HE HAD FOR HIS PEOPLE OF HIS PARISH...GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN...AMEN
RAYMOND AND CAROLYN ROBERT
Boogie, Susan, and extended family. Darrel and I were sorry to learn of your father's passing. I know that he had to be a great man. My father, Malcolm Foret, who was also 81 years old and passed on 3/26/13, spoke very highly of him and was very fond of him.
Tessie Foret Daigle and family