It is with heavy hearts that the family of Maureen Idela LeBoeuf (nee Gregory) announces her passing, on June 20, 2023 at the age of 79 years. Maureen died peacefully at home after a valiant fight against ALS.
She is lovingly remembered by Paul LeBoeuf her husband of 56 years, her daughter Shannon (John) Dawson and their children, Kira, Mackenzie, Luke and Jayden; her son Greg (Kristie) LeBoeuf and their children Niaa and Kaleia.
She is also lovingly remembered by siblings Helen Beste, Iva Gregory, MaryLu (Norman) Wandler, Joe (Karen) Gregory, Jim (Wendy) Gregory, Frank (Terri) Gregory, Sharon (Gordon) Hart, Mike (Morinne) Gregory. Her sister-in-law Barbara Gregory. As well as many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her parents, Milford and Iva Gregory, sister Carol Tholenaer and her husband Frank Tholenaer, brother Romayne Gregory and brother-in-law Jerry Beste.
Maureen was born in Standard, Alberta on January 20, 1944, the sixth of eleven children. She grew up on the family farm just out side of Standard. After living in Calgary and then Hinton, where her children were born, she made the move to Edmonton where she spent the last 48 years.
She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who enjoyed spending time supporting her grandchildren in their various activities. She worked for the Royal Bank for a number of years before her retirement in 2010. She loved camping, was an avid gardener and loved to watch sports, especially her favourite hockey team the Edmonton Oilers. Her most precious times were spent with family. Her kind, loving and feisty spirt will always be remembered. She will be sorely missed.
The family is sincerely grateful to the staff at the University of Alberta ALS Clinic and ALS Society of Alberta for their care and concern during her illness.
A funeral mass will take place on Saturday, October 14th at 1:30pm at St. Theresa's Catholic Parish
7508 29 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB.
A private interment will follow at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Maureen's memory to the ALS Society of Alberta.