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R.I.P. We lost a Saints Fan Thursday 11/18/2012


Just couldn't let his passing go un-noted. My Nephew, Martin LeBlanc passed away this past Thursday. Martin was an avid Saints and LSU fan. Small of stature but big of heart. Martin would have been 27 on 11-7-12, but lived long enough to see both his favorite NFL team The New Orleans Saints achieve greatness in 2009 with the SB XLIV victory which brought home the Lombardi, as well as the 2007 National Champion LSU Tigers. He also was able to see his alumni UL's Ragin Cajuns reach their first bowl game in 41 years in 2011.

Martin was an every loving comedian as and Adult...

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Martin with his sister and my brother

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I was fortunate to see Martin for one last time this summer when he visited with my brother on a vacation trip. Much to my regret I never invited Martin to join our community but wish to invite everyone, not in the mourning of his passing, but rather the celebration of his short life.

R.I.P.

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This FanPost was written by a reader and member of Canal Street Chronicles. It does not necessarily reflect the views of CSC and its staff or editors.

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