Ryan LeBlanc Obituary, Death – Lost far too soon was 33-year-old Ryan Joseph LeBlanc. Those who knew and loved Ryan will always remember him. We shall always mourn the loss of his enthusiasm for adventure, family, and living. Ryan was a daredevil who calmed down amid the great outdoors. For fun, he would go kayaking or hiking through rough terrain. He took multiple journeys with his ideal girl, Elizabeth, via bicycle. The wilderness was a place of refuge for him. Ryan put his loved ones first. He held dear the memories and connections they shared during their time together. Ryan’s love for his family was unwavering, whether they were sharing a hearty meal, embarking on an exciting vacation, or simply spending quality time together.
He was a rock of confidence, unwavering love, and unwavering support for his family. The passing of Ryan Joseph LeBlanc has left a void in the hearts of his loved ones and those who knew him. His time here was limited, but his legacy will endure. Let us take comfort in the wonderful things he has left behind and honor his spirit by living each day with the same fervor and enthusiasm he did. Ryan is survived by the love of his life, Elizabeth Ann LaMonda; his parents, Christine Elizabeth Chauvin (Jessie “Alfie” Ratcliff) and Arthur LeBlanc Jr (Shannon LeBlanc) ; his step-father, George Ortuno; his three brothers, Alex Shane Orutuno (Colby Sisco) of Patterson, Zachary Cy LeBlanc and Tyler Loyd LeBlanc; his niece, Audrey Dianna LeBlanc; his nephew, Tyler Lloyd LeBlanc Jr.; his paternal grandparents, Dianna Lynn Landry LeBlanc of Franklin and Arthur LeBlanc Sr.
Myrna Clements Naquin, his grandmother, passed away. Ryan will be remembered as a brave and daring explorer, devoted family man, and inspirational person. We pray that his passing brings us all peace and that his legacy inspires us to savor the simple pleasures of life. Dedicated to Ryan Joseph LeBlanc. The Ryan family has our deepest condolences. Let love and memories help them through this difficult time. May Ryan’s soul finally find peace. “Life is quantified not in breaths but in moments that leave us gasping for air.”