4/2/1913 - 5/13/2017
Ray and carole Jones
leah was a bueatiful example of a faithful servant of the lord she did alot of our chapel service and bible study here in the heath center of fairhaven she was a great and loyal friends of us all she will be miss by many
Leah was one of the first people to welcome me when I started working at FH. She told me she'd tell me her name and I'd never forget - and I never did. She called me Bubbles. She was such a wonderful person, loving friend, confidant, trusted mentor. I loved her and will always remember her. I'm grateful I was able to call her friend.
Mary L (Hartmann) Partoll Freeport, IL
Dear Bill & Etha,
So sorry to read the passing of your mother. Leah lived a long wonderful life sharing her talents and love with so many people. She will be sorely missed by you and your family, friends at Fairhaven and in her church community. Leah was dear friend & neighbor of my mother, Alice Hartmann. in Rockford and later at Fairhaven. Mom moved there because your mother liked it and encouraged her to live there too. During their many years of friendship they shared many activities, events and trips. Mom passed in 2001. If she were still living, her heart would be filled with much sorrow.
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