Molly B. LeBlanc, 75, of Bow, N.H., died July 12, 2010, at Massachusetts General Hospital after a brief illness.

She was born in Rockland Oct. 27, 1935, a daughter of James and Mildred Phelps Barter.

She attended local schools and in 1954 began a 30-year career with New England Telephone Company. She was a member of The Telephone Pioneers. In 1962 she married Leslie LeBlanc of Camden and they moved to Bow, N.H., shortly thereafter.

She enjoyed reading and was a devoted fan of gospel music. She particularly enjoyed following the Gaither Gospel Music Concerts on television and attended several live concerts in Maine and Tennessee. With her husband, she traveled for many years by RV to various locations throughout the country. They were also country music fans and spent many happy vacations in Nashville and Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

Molly is survived by her husband of 48 years; two sisters, Eunice Young and her husband, Donald, of Camden and Anne Herrick and her husband, Loren, of Rockland; three stepchildren, Virginia Bara and her husband, Stephen, of Freedom, Leslie LeBlanc Jr. of Augusta and Joseph LeBlanc and his wife, Linda, of Greenwood, Del.; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; and countless friends.

Arrangements are with The Cremation Society of New Hampshire; there will be no public service.