- 72 years old
- Date of birth: August 23rd, 1943
- Place of birth:
- Date of passing: August 22nd, 2016
- Place of passing:
Castro Valley, California, United States
I'll never forget you Auntie. My heart is broken??
I remember you as a beautiful lady next door when I was a child. God Bless you
My grandmother was a beautiful and classy woman. She worked hard and was always there for her family. It is a tragedy for what has happened.She will always be in my heart and I will cherish all of our time together. I can still hear her laughing and see her dancing around without a care in the world. I love you to the moon and back grandmother! Xo
To my dear friend & mentor & co-worker for years, She taught me so much & I'll always remember the years we had together. She always made me laugh, when I had a tear.... She will be missed by so many.
Rest peacefully my dear friend & mentor...and so much more.
LeeAnn worked at the store near my home. I would see her often when I visited the Safeway where she worked as I am a vendor and also shop there often. She has often helped my with floral questions and always seemed like a great lady. My thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends and co-workers. Such a tragic loss.
LeeAnn was a regular customer of mine ..She had a smile that could brighten the whole room. No matter how horrible a day I was having, just seeing that infectious smile would make turn my day around. Words can't express how much I'm going to miss her, I already do. Rest in Paradise LeeAnn, we miss you terribly!
I just wanted to say thank you so much to everyone who came out yesterday! You all are so wonderful and helped my family so much! We appreciate everything you all did! The flowers were so beautiful! The service was as well, she would have loved it. All your stories of my grandmother were fun and sweet. I appreciate all you did! Thank you again!! Xo
Momma, I love and miss you so much, the void will never be filled, I love you n heaven and on earth, miss you with all my heart and soul
LeeAnn was my neighbor for almost 20 years, she always smiled and waved. I remember on at least two separate occasions we just talked for 30 minutes or more on the sidewalk about life and the neighborhood we lived in. I got to see her house once and she showed me her backyard. She even brought me tomatoes from her garden and they were delicious. I will miss her dearly. RIP!
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