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She was born in Mont-Carmel, Quebec in 1912.
Marriage and children
Retirement and later life
In 1953, the couple moved to Saint-Maurice, Quebec, where they operated a farm for 15 years. The farm was later sold when they retired. It was at this time that Adrien and Jeannette moved to Saint-Louis-de-France.
In 1974, Leboeuf became the first woman elected in the city's council. This achievement earned her the title of city personality of the year, the same year. In 1978, she did not run again.
Later, Leboeuf served as the secretary and treasurer of Aféas (a womens' rights association) and of the club of the Golden Age for several years. Meanwhile, she accepted sewing contracts, where Leboeuf created the uniforms of Saint-Louis-de-France's caisse populaire employees. In her spare time, she drove her car and loved to play cards and solve crossword puzzles.
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On July 24, 2007, Leboeuf passed away in a Trois-Rivières retirement home a day before her 95th birthday.
Having served as secretary and treasurer of Aféas, a local womens rights association, Leboeuf was a strong proponent of Womens' rights.
- "Le Nouvelliste". October 14, 1975. http://numerique.banq.qc.ca/patrimoine/details/52327/3191528.
- "Le Nouvelliste". November 9, 1974. http://numerique.banq.qc.ca/patrimoine/details/52327/3248426.