Leslie Pillsbury LeBlanc

Belmont, New Hampshire

1928 - 2013

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To Family Les was a year behind me in school in Camden. We were good friends. We kept in contact through the internet/. Sorry to hear of your loss

It was a privilege to have known Les and working with him for all those years at KXL. He was honest, straighforward and, indeed, had a fantastic sense of humor.

I entered the State Police at the same time as Les did I liked him very much
and often wondered were he - my love to his family.

Gerald Philbrick (MSP Ret.)

I have so many fond memories being with Aunt Molly and Uncle Les. I was always in awe of Uncle Les' wealth of knowledge. He introduced me to computers way back when and help me use it. He always laughed and I've never seen him angry. I know he is happy now that he can be with Aunt Molly again. I tried so hard to make contact with him before he passed but it's hard being so far away. I love them both so much. I will see you again some day but until then you are forever in my heart.


Leslie's Obituaries

BELMONT - Leslie Pillsbury LeBlanc, 85, of Belmont, died peacefully Tuesday, July 16, 2013, in Belfast, Maine. He was born in Boston, on Feb. 28, 1928. He was predeceased by his father and mother, Joseph and Rose (Pillsbury) LeBlanc and his loving wife of 48 years, Molly Barter LeBlanc.Les was...

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