Olive Antoinette (Hebert) Le Blanc was born Dec. 22, 1916 in Dulac, Louisiana to Alphonse and Elodie Hebert. She died Nov. 4, 2019 in a nursing home in Lampasas.

Olive was a parishioner of St. Bernadette Catholic Church and helped build it by volunteering her time and skills for many years. She was a lifelong member of the VFW Women’s Auxiliary in Houma, La.

Olive, a longtime resident of Houma, was the wife of Nolan Paul Le Blanc for nearly 50 years. He preceded her in death.

They had six children: Judy La Bauve of Lampasas, Norm Le Blance (Roxie) of Tucson, Arizona, Rich Le Blanc (Marlene) of Phoenix, Arizona, Clark Le Blanc (Peggy) of Prentiss, Mississippi, and Linda Matherne (Layton) of Houma, La. A sister, Barbara Gautreaux, also survives Olive.

Along with her husband, Olive was preceded in death by children Mary Nell (Adley) and son-in-law Joe La Bauve; two sisters, Mabel Hebert and Jackie Hebert; and by two brothers, Rufus Hebert and Phyllip Ray Hebert.

Olive was grandmother to 21 grandchildren, Donna Fanguy Williams, Kathy Fanguy Churray, Joe La Bauve Jr., Bill La Bauve, Richard Jr. “Richey” (deceased), Becky (deceased), Kim, Brian and Christina Le Blanc, Clark Jr., Corey and Chris Le Blanc Sr., Nicholas Le Blanc, Thomas Le Blanc, Chris Bijeaux, Casie Matherne Flagout, Jamie Matherne Davis, Lance Matherne and Justin Matherne; 25 great-grandchildren, Marshal Williams, Kevin Churray, Peyton and Gabrielle La Bauve, Paige and Destiny Esparza, Gavin and Gia Le Blanc, Devin, Daylin and Jeffrey Smith, Heidi Le Blanc Gutka, Hunter, Chris Le Blanc Jr., Taylor and Bryleigh Le Blanc, Chloe, Lexi, Nicholas LeBlanc II, Baylen and Emily Falgout, Hunter Williams, Luke Davis, and Katelyn and Aubrey Matherne; step-grandchildren Casey Kidd, David, Chris and Patrick Davis, Chad, Shannon, Andrea and Adam Unrein; and step-great-grandchildren Katelyn and Kendel Harp, Nathan, Pamela, Quinin and Jude Unrein, Reva, Danny and David Jr., Cassie and Harley Davis.

Other survivors include two great-nieces, Julia and Katrina Hoover; numerous nieces and nephews; and a sister-in-law.

A memorial service will be held at a later date in Houma.