Bridget Bertha LeBlanc
Bridget Bertha LeBlanc, age 65, died while resting peacefully with her daughter by her side, on January 12th 2021 at the Moncton City Hospital. She was born on December 15th, 1955 in Sussex NB to Clifford Allison Flanagan, a WII - Hong Kong war veteran and Doris Jean Flanagan (Cameron). Raised in Lakeburn (Dieppe) NB, she was a graduate of Harrison Trimble High School and a business administration student at Oultons Business College. Following her marriage in 1976, she had 2 children with Gerard J. LeBlanc, a boy and a girl, Jamie Alexander and Jennifer Allison Jean.
Throughout her decades of volunteering, she was, to name a few, a Scouts Canada Cubmaster, Sunday school teacher and choir member at large. She attended, was married at, and was an active member of Lakeburn United Church. A calling by God brought her to Bethel Baptist Church in Pine Glen NB where she was a member and baptised by full immersion by Pastor Jerry Sterns. In her later years, she frequently attended the Moncton Wesleyan Church.
Bridget’s passions in life were many, she was an accomplished cook, teacher of children and devout believer in God’s word. She was an antique collector, avid crafter and family historian.
Preceded in Death by her father, Clifford A. Flanagan, mother, Doris J. Cameron and brother Allison E. Flanagan who died as a young child. She is survived by her former husband, Gerard J. LeBlanc; son, Jamie Alexander (LeBlanc), and his husband, Joshua G. Breau; daughter, Jennifer A. J. Jones (LeBlanc); 2 grandchildren, Caleb and Sarina Jones; close cousin, Sandra Dunn (Burgess), her husband Donald Dunn and their 3 children; close cousin, Jack Stanley; special friend, Brian Gregoire; numerous cousins; paternal and maternal relatives of Flanagan and Cameron decent.
A celebration of life and a private funeral by invitation will be held in Moncton NB at Fergusons Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, Moncton (858-1995). Interment will be at a later date in Sussex NB in the family burial plot at the Trinity Anglican Cemetery.
The family would like to express their sincere thanks to the many doctors and nurses entrusted with her care throughout her various maladies. In addition, a special thank you to the nurses and health care workers at People’s Park Towers, Fundy Royal Manor and extra-mural NB. If desired, friends may make memorial contributions to the Children’s Wish Foundation or Friends of The Moncton Hospital Foundation (friendsfoundation). Online condolences for the family may be shared on Fergusons Funeral Home Facebook page or at
May she rest in peace forever in God’s love.