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Barbara Mary Mayeux LeBlanc

Barbara Mary Mayeux LeBlanc, American speech pathologist. United States Preschool grantee, 1994-1995; Christa McAuliffe fellow United States Department Education, 1990; recipient Grant Incentive award, 1976, Distinguished Graduate award Department Elementary Schools National Catholic Education Association, 1995.


  • LeBlanc, Barbara Mary Mayeux was born on November 1, 1951 in Baton Rouge. Daughter of Morice and Dorothy Irma (Barton) Mayeux.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Louisiana State University, 1972. Master of Arts, Louisiana State University, 1979. Specialist degree, Louisiana State University, 1985.


    • Speech pathologist Ascension Parish School Board, Donaldsonville, Louisiana, 1973-1974, 75-80, Lafayette (Louisiana) Parish School Board, 1974-1975. Speech pathologist coordinator Ascension Parish School Board, since 1980. Lecturer Louisiana Special Education Network, since 1990.

      Adjunct professor Southern University, 1991, Louisiana State University, 1995. Member steering committee Louisiana Department Education, Baton Rouge, 1993.


    • Author: Teaching Speech to Hearing Impaired, 1991, (with others) The Cued Speech Resource, 1992. Contributing editor: (state bulletin) Parent Guide for Severe/Profound Handicapped, 1985.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Member Baton Rouge Concert Band. Member Louisiana Speech Language Hearing Association (committee chairman since 1987, fellow Louisiana Speech Language Association 1992), Louisiana Association Education, Alpha Delta Kappa (president 1992-1995).



    Swimming, tennis, music.


    • Married Kenneth J. LeBlanc, August 19, 1972. Children: Virginia Elaine, Kelly Jeanné, Matthew Joseph.
    • father: Morice Mayeux
    • mother: Dorothy Irma (Barton) Mayeux
    • spouse: Kenneth J. LeBlanc
    • children: Virginia Elaine LeBlanc
    • Kelly Jeanné LeBlanc
    • Matthew Joseph LeBlanc
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    Born November 1, 1951
    (age 66)