David LeBlanc

David Irvin LeBlanc

Friday, October 9th, 1936 - Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020
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LeBlanc David Irvin “Bubba”– age 84, of Yarmouth, N.S. passed away on December 23, 2020, at The Meadows Home for Special Care. Born in Yarmouth, he was a son of the late James and Dorothy (Allen), LeBlanc. David started his working career with a 1+ year stint in the military before moving on to work for the Yarmouth Town Police. After 13 years, he retired from the police force and went to work for Nova Scotia Power until his retirement due to medical reasons. In his spare time, he was known to be a talented craftsman that loved to make toys and furniture. He is survived by his loving wife Wilda (Frost), Yarmouth; daughters, Danette (Michael) Raynard, Sudbury, ON; Rhonda LeBlanc, Yarmouth; sons, Richard (Nadine) LeBlanc, Carleton; Steven LeBlanc, Victoria, B.C.; daughter-in-law, Deidre LeBlanc, NFLD; sisters, Veronica (Cal) Kent, Yarmouth; Bernice (Jack) McLellan, B.C.; grandchildren, Dr. Aaron, Jeffrey, Adam, Kara, Robyn, Katy, Erik, Kayla; great-grandchildren, Lillian, Landon, Alyssa, Seth, Jovie, Danielle. Besides his parents, David was predeceased by his son, Philip LeBlanc; sister, Evelyn (Jesse) James; brothers, Charlie (Dell) LeBlanc; George (Betty) LeBlanc; and daughters-in-law, Beth and Margo LeBlanc. Donations in memory may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. Online condolences may be sent to, or you may sign the guestbook online at
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Nancy revie

Posted at 08:59am
I remember Bub picking my sister Laura Jean and I up from Halifax airport to surprise our Dad, Cal Kent for his birthday. Bub talked the whole way and we went through his first ever Tim Horton’s drive-through on the way home! He was very fun. One of the things he talked about was a beautiful wooden lighthouse he was making for me...thing was...I didn’t know I was getting it from Dad and Veronica for my birthday!!! I’m sitting here looking at it right now. We often saw Bub helping out with dad’s catering business - he was a guy who appeared grumpy on the outside, but lots of fun on the inside. May God grant him eternal life. Much sympathy and prayers from his ‘family’ in Ontario.

Bruce Bangay

Posted at 06:37am
sorry to hear of your loss. knew bubba well from his years in police force.

Suzy Q

Posted at 01:55pm
Condolences to the family from Ontario. My grandfather (George) spoke foundly of his brothers and sisters before he passed. Such a wonderful family history.
Suzy (LeBlanc) Neilson and Family- George & Betty


Posted at 07:28pm
Dear Wilda and family, my heart goes out to you, I know how hard this is since its only been a short time since my mom(Evelyn)passed away.I remember how great bub was with me when i was young and we stayed with you one summer.It is so very hard to realize they are gone, but I hold on to the wonderful memories to find comfort. Take care....
Gary James and family

Sharon Guitard

Posted at 05:54pm
Our deepest sympathy to Wilda and family.
Sharon and Ken Guitard

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