Raychel Jayne LeBlanc

Raychel Jayne LeBlanc

Loving wife, mother, and daughter passed away at the young age of 28 on January 31st 2021. Raychel was born on May 27th 1992 in Ontario, Oregon. Her legacy lives on through her loving husband Alex Leblanc and their daughter Genevievé Jayne. She grew up in Northern Utah where she attended Weber State University in Ogden fueling her deep love of journalism and kick starting her career in communications. She had many passion projects over the years; writing for local newspapers, directing the Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music festival every summer, she was a staple in the Ogden community. She had a knack for finding adventure which led her to Taos fulfilling her life’s dream of living in the Sangre de Cristo mountains with her beautiful young family. Landing her dream job as the Marketing Specialist of Angel Fire resort as well as a freelance journalist writing for Taos News. Raychel was legendary, fearless, and passionate. “Legends Never Die.”  She will be remembered and deeply missed by her husband and daughter, closest friends, family and the many people that she has met and impacted throughout her life.  Funeral services will be kept private.

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