In memory of
Amelie Le Blanc
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In memory of
Amelie Le Blanc
Le Blanc, Amelie ("Lee") who passed away on Saturday June 24th 2017, was born in New Orleans on 12/31/24, the daughter of Elise Roussel and Henry Stewart Le Blanc, and the step-daughter of Cleveland Sessums. She was the mother of Michael and Robert Kopacz, Mary Elise Fitzpatrick (Tom), Steven Kopacz (Sandra), and the late Paul and (Selena) Kopacz. She was preceded in death by her grandson Jason Kopacz. She is survived by 6 grandchildren Jami Kopacz, Alexa Ballard, Jordan and Justin Fitzpatrick, Walter and Lily Kopacz, as well as 3 great-grandchildren Jason, Amber, and Emma, and one great-great grandchild, Jason Angler. Lee was a graduate of Newman School and Vassar College, and earned a Master's Degree at Tulane. She taught in New Orleans parochial and public schools. Lee enjoyed the People Program, art, ping-pong, and gardening after retirement, but most of all the game of duplicate bridge, achieving the rank of Silver Life Master. She was a member of the Junior League of New Orleans, Le Petit Salon, France-Amerique, and Les Causeries du Lundi, and a former Member of the Orleans Club, Metairie Art Guild, and Mensa. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of your choice.
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In memory of
Amelie Le Blanc
Le Blanc, Amelie ("Lee") who passed away on Saturday June 24th 2017, was born in New Orleans on 12/31/24, the daughter of Elise Roussel and Henry Stewart Le Blanc, and the step-daughter of Cleveland Sessums. She was the mother of Michael and Robert Kopacz, Mary Elise Fitzpatrick (Tom), Steven Kopacz (Sandra), and the late Paul and (Selena) Kopacz. She was preceded in death by her grandson Jason Kopacz. She is survived by 6 grandchildren Jami Kopacz, Alexa Ballard, Jordan and Justin Fitzpatrick, Walter and Lily Kopacz, as well as 3 great-grandchildren Jason, Amber, and Emma, and one great-great grandchild, Jason Angler. Lee was a graduate of Newman School and Vassar College, and earned a Master's Degree at Tulane. She taught in New Orleans parochial and public schools. Lee enjoyed the People Program, art, ping-pong, and gardening after retirement, but most of all the game of duplicate bridge, achieving the rank of Silver Life Master. She was a member of the Junior League of New Orleans, Le Petit Salon, France-Amerique, and Les Causeries du Lundi, and a former Member of the Orleans Club, Metairie Art Guild, and Mensa. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of your choice.
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