Maudie B. LeBlanc

Born in Amite, LA on March 8, 1946

Departed on March 31, 2021 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Maudie Pearl Ballard LeBlanc of Nashville, TN passed away suddenly on March 31, 2021. She was 75 years old.

Born in Amite, LA, and preceded in death by her parents Angus and Myrtle Corkern Ballard, Ms. Maudie is survived by her beloved son Edward and his wife Star LeBlanc of Manchester, TN as well as her treasured daughter and best friend Karen LeBlanc of Nashville; cherished grandchildren Kyra, Bailey, Cameron, and Brianna LeBlanc; precious great grandchildren Adrianna and Marlie Holmes.

A retired Administrative receptionist, Ms. Maudie was well liked by her friends as well as strangers. She had a smile for everyone and will be remembered for her kind and caring personality. Maudie will be missed by her family and friends but never forgotten.

West Harpeth Funeral Home is honored to serve the LeBlanc family during this difficult time.

4 Comments to Ms. Maudie B. LeBlanc

  1. Love, Janet says:

    Maudie was a cornerstone to many of us on the day to day operations of Legal Aid. She always treated people with respect. She had a great deal of empathy, which was not always easy in her job.

    Maudie was always blessed to have Karen watch over and care for her.

    Maudie will leave a void our hearts. Rest In Peace, my friend, you deserve it.

  2. Carroll Corona says:

    To Maudie Pearl’s family and friends, I speak for all my family when I say we are sorry to read of her passing. We were childhood friends in a small community out from Amite.

  3. George Gerald Hyde says:

    Attending Chew rough High School to fever. All during our twelve years. We were one year apart in school,, also very distant cousins as told by my dad, George Hyde 93. The Ballard family’s make up a large part of my far distant relatives. We finished school inn1964 and 1965 she was an excellent student in a class,,small in size,,,our class almost twice bigger 25 members. We enjoyed recess out under the big oars surrounding campus. Many a war held when the leases were so deep around throwing big arm loads at each other and covering each other. Denver the old Coke machine in the hallway, only 5 cents. Candy store five cents also. Who ask about the good ” ole days* we lived them as children. Also went to Mt.Nebo church taught about the adventures of Jesus.
    May u enjoy my thoughts of my wonderful school mate. Prayers too, and love of this fine lady. God has blessed her with peace and eternal rest forever in heaven. Love to all.

  4. CHS Class of '64 says:

    We all have great memories of Maude Pearl. We’ll miss you!

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