Pamela LeBlanc was born July 8, 1963 in Lake Charles, La, the second of four children born to Elvina and Hilary Daigle.
Pamela treasured the simple things in life; devotion to faith, appreciation of family, and the enjoyment of life. Southwest Louisiana has always been her home, a tomboy by nature she was always found outside playing with her animals.
It was by fate & a little bit of luck, Jerry found his forever love. It was while visiting a friend they went to the VFW, he knew from the moment he saw her she was the one, only roadblock being; he lost her number! Leaving him heart broken, he only knew her name & by sheer luck his mother knew just where to find her & it was next door in the public library where she worked.
They exchanged vows on February 13, 1981, and together they welcomed three children; Joshua, Jeramy, and Polly. She was a devoted wife and mother who taught her children the value of hard work and strong faith. To her family she was their best friend, caregiver, mentor, and cheerleader, even when times were tough, she remained the pillar her family needed. When Jerry was involved in a motorcycle accident, she did not hesitate to do what was needed. She diligently cared for him, then returned to the work force to help carry them as he recuperated. She began working as a customer service attendant at L'auberge then Delta Downs Casino, and together she and Jerry built their forever home. Together with their family they made memories they will forever cherish and with each new spring blossom of her plants will serve as a reminder, she is always there.
She was welcomed into Heaven Wednesday, April 19, 2023 by; father, Hilary Daigle; nephew, Michael & Whitney Chapman; mother & father in-law, Bernadine and Chester LeBlanc; brother in-laws, Michael LeBlanc, Leonard Ray LeBlanc, and John E. Miller.
Those left to cherish her memory; her beloved husband & best friend, Jerry Ashton LeBlanc; children, Joshua (Denys) LeBlanc, Jeramy (Hali) LeBlanc, Polly (Brandon) O’Bannon; grandchildren, Keegan Wade, Kayti, Harlis, Ryli, Caden ; great grandchildren, Denim Wyatt & one on the way; mother, Elvina Daigle; two brothers, Kurt Daigle and Troy Daigle; one sister, Melissa (Sherwin) Chapman; sisters in-love, Vickie Miller and Saundra Spears; close friends, Jenny and Cindy; and their beloved dog, Luke.
Funeral services led by Father Keith Pellerin will be held Monday, April 24,2023 at 10am in chapel of Johnson Funeral Home. Family to welcome friends in chapel of Johnson Funeral Home, Sunday, April 23, 2023 from 4pm to 8pm, with a Rosary to be prayed at 6pm. Visitation to resume in chapel of Johnson Funeral home Monday, April 24, 2023 at 9am until time of service. Burial will be at Consolata Cemetery.