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Stephen (Steve) LeBlanc

Stephen (Steve) Douglas LeBlanc

April 15th, 1947 - August 13th, 2019
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It is with heartfelt emotion that we announce the passing of Steve LeBlanc of Teulon, MB, formerly of Thompson, MB at Selkirk Regional Hospital on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 10:30 pm after a brief but intense battle with lung cancer. Steve was born in Sudbury, Ontario on April 15, 1947 to Romeo and Anita LeBlanc (Turnbull). When Steve was 13 years of age, his father was transferred with his family to International Nickel in Thompson, MB where Steve and his older brother Wayne continued growing up. They both eventually worked at INCO themselves, Steve as an equipment operator and Wayne in the Lab. As destiny would have it, Steve met Carol Charison, his future wife, when she moved there in 1971 with the Bank of Montreal, but a short time after began waitressing at Ken’s Restaurant where Steve hung out a lot with his stock car racing friends. After moving to Teulon in 1979 with their first-born son, Steve worked at Gulf Oil as a fuel truck driver. From there he moved into small business ventures which included mobile sign rentals that he purchased from his brother-in-law Ralph, landscaping and tool rentals. From there he drove for Rockwood Lumber and from 2012 to 2015 enjoyed his dream job of working alongside his two sons in construction in the Alberta Oil Patch. His sons continue to follow in his footsteps as equipment operators. With the 2015 slowdown in the oil industry Steve returned to Manitoba to work construction with his good friends, Keith and Lois Cook. At the time of his passing, Steve had moved into retirement mode, enjoying small town life in Teulon. He was known as a good man, a faithful husband, loving father and Grampa, a hard worker, a good friend and frequenter of the local coffee shops. Left to lovingly remember Steve are his wife of 45 years Carol, his three sons Ian, Greg and Tyson, and his grandson Sam (Kara), his brother Wayne (Helen), his cousins out east Diane Juneau (Norbert), Caroline Charboneau (Gil), and Claudette LeBlanc, his sisters-in-law Gail Eichler (Ralph), Valerie Charison (Ray), Janice Charison (Morris), Cheryl Andrews (Harry) and several nieces and nephews on both family sides. Cremation has taken place and, in respect for his private nature, a family celebration of Steve’s life will take place. Thank-you to all those who shared such compassion and care for Steve and his family during this difficult and sad time. We would like to thank the doctors and nursing staff at the Stonewall and Selkirk hospitals and the ambulance paramedics for their excellent and compassionate care. Thank-you to Pastor Danny Smelinski for his support and friendship to Steve.
Ecclesiastes 3:11 “He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also placed a sense of eternity in the human heart.”
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Larry Nelson

Posted at 09:41am
Our deepest sympathy that we send our condolences to Carol & the family on Steve's passing.
Larry & Georgina Nelson
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