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Brad Hamilton

I very fondly remember how Wally loved to sing! Now he's singing as an angel in God's choir. Now

Santa Richard Gainey

Always a pleasure to see Wally at Christmas. he will be missed.

Dickie Anderson

We go back 20 years and my visits to The Club. Big smile always and oh did he love to dance.

Dickie Anderson

Wally and I go back 20 years. I visit COA's Adult Day Care with Pet Therapy volunteers. Always a smile and ready to dance.

Don Harley

Wally always had a smile! He was such a nice man. He will be missed, not only at The Club but by all who knew him. May he rest in peace.

Liz Dunn

Here at the Nassau County Council on Aging, we are so sad to hear of Wally's passing...Wally's presence in The Club will be missed...his infectious smile and quick wit will always remain with us. A very special man...xo

Wallace "Wally" Ray LeBlanc

2022-08-28

Wallace “Wally” Ray LeBlanc, age 79, passed away on August 28, 2022.

Wally was born on July 13, 1943, in Colorado Springs, CO to Mack and Wilma (Whitworth) LeBlanc. He resided in Roseville, MI until he joined the U.S. Army and traveled throughout Europe. Upon being honorably discharged, he returned to Roseville, MI and started working at Tuffaloy Products- a resistance welding manufacturing company. He relocated to Greenville, SC in 1985, when the company relocated and continued his employment there until his retirement. He was a member of the Teamsters Union while the company was in Michigan.

In June 2014, Wally moved with his family (daughter and granddaughter) to Amelia Island where he resided until his passing.

His favorite pastimes were singing, dancing, watching his Michigan teams (Detroit Tigers, Detroit Lions, Michigan Wolverines football and basketball) on TV and playing poker with his granddaughter. He could be seen around town always decked out in his Michigan “Go Blue” attire. He was loved by all who knew him, and he never met a stranger he didn’t like.

He is survived by his daughter, Laura LeBlanc-Jones; granddaughter, Danielle LeBlanc-Jones of Amelia Island and son, Wallace LeBlanc II of Michigan.

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