Richard "Ricky" Dean LeBlanc

December 30, 1947 - September 23, 2020

Richard “Ricky” LeBlanc, 72, of Beaumont, died Wednesday, September 23, 2020, at Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas, Beaumont. He was born on December 30, 1947, in Beaumont, to Joan Odom LeBlanc and William Morris LeBlanc.

Survivors include his children, Amy LeBlanc, of Houston, Miranda LeBlanc, of Temple, and Richard LeBlanc and his wife, Kymberlee, of Temple; grandchildren, Harlow Gonzalez; Divantae Sholars; Yazmin LeBlanc; Elissia Evans; Richard LeBlanc, Jr.; and Xavier LeBlanc; siblings, Twalla Gentry, James LeBlanc, and Billy LeBlanc; and numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family.

He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Rita LeBlanc; and siblings, Edward LeBlanc, Betty LeBlanc, and Lester LeBlanc.

A gathering of Mr. LeBlanc’s family and friends will begin at 12:00 p.m., with his funeral service to follow at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, September 26, 2020, at Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland. His entombment will follow at Oak Bluff Memorial Park, Port Neches.

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Oak Bluff Memorial Park

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  • 618 block port neches tx 77651

Funeral Service

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  • 505 n 12th street nederland tx 77627
  • 09/26/2020
  • 2:00 pm

Gathering of Family and Friends

Gathering of Family and Friends
  • 505 n 12th street nederland tx 77627
  • 09/26/2020
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Michael Brewer

Rest in peace cuzz. Wish I be there to pay my respects but my health won't let me.

James Broussard

Really good guy. Always enjoyed coffee at Market Basket

John &Claudia LeBlanc

Our thoughts and prayers are with Ricky and his family, and join those of the many friends Ricky made throughout his life (like everyone he met). He will always be a part of us.....and never far away.....found in our memories. We are sure that those memories will always bring a smile to our face. May Ricky glory in the promises of Christ.... and may that promise console you his family and bring you peace.

Jay LeBlanc

I will miss my Uncle Ricky. I will miss his humor and his sports stories. Most of all I will miss hearing him call me "Jay bird seese".

Barbara & Tom Leicht

Richard was a very good friend and enjoyed his friendship at coffee at Market Basket. May his soul Rest In Peace

karen donley baker

Richard was such a nice man and enjoyed life. I know he will be missed by many. RIP Richard. Prayers and comfort for his family. Im sure hes dancing in heaven with his wife.

Esau Anderson

(RIP) you will always be remembered friend we laughed we had fun out on the job you knew your sports but most of all you down to earth rest well friend and God bless the Leblanc family always.

Ike Adams sr

I enjoyed waking him up, in his cab , to have “free coffee and treats” at Market Basket. I also enjoyed his gumbo at his tailgate at Lamar Football games. I will miss these times together ❤️

Danny Hetzel

Will miss seeing Richard at Waffle House and sharing sports stories. He was a Great Fan of Lamar Sports, both Men's and Women's. We attended South Park High School and were teammates in football. Rest in Peace My Friend. SPHS Class of 1967

Paul Anawaty

To all the LeBlanc family, I've known Ricky for almost 65 years ... since Bingman, MacArthur and South Park days. He and I had a nice visit at our 50th Reunion in 2016, remembering past school days together. May your memories of Ricky's life provide comfort in the days ahead. With sincerest sympathy, Paul Anawaty North Platte, NE

Catherine Medwedeff Bond

A warm and engaging smile and a friendly word to everyone he met are my memories of Richard. We were classmates through MacArthur and South Park years. My condolences to the LeBlanc families and to all his close friends. When I say his name, I see his beautiful teenage face and smile. Rest in peace Richard.