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Leigh A. Hieronymus

November 25, 1963 - September 15, 2018

Posted by:
Bill Gowan

Posted on:
February 11, 2019

I met Leigh Ann in the mid 90's and I never met a more outgoing fun smart person. So sad to here of her passing. I still think about her all the time. RIP Pretty lady you are so missed. Bill Gowan horse trainer Louisville Ky

Posted by:
KarenVon Clezie & Scott Bartley

Posted on:
January 27, 2019

Oh, Leigh Ann, we are so saddened to hear of your passing. You were always so kind and generous to us, we enjoyed your company and hospitality so much! We also had some adventures to the Oregon Coast when you first moved to Portland. Always having a great time with friends and being so open and giving is how we will always remember you! We will remember you always. Love to all of her family and friends, she was truly a gem of a human being.

Posted by:
Susan Thomas

Posted on:
January 12, 2019

To Leigh Ann’s husband, mother, family and dear friends, I am so sorry to hear of her passing and offer up my sympathy and condolences as I just received news of this. Leigh Ann was a long distance Co-worker and we became friends over several years of working together. I cherished her exuberance for life and she had a passion for her work, food, her heritage and love of people (she talked fondly of her mother, and hubby) I was fortunate to spend an evening with her all to myself at dinner one night in Indianapolis and we enjoyed each other’s company for several hours. She was truly a kind and genuine person. At my word of early retirement package from Kroger she was one of the first to reach out to me with kind words of encouragement. I did not have enough time with her, but wow... what a gem of a lady she was. Now she rests in eternal life with our savior and Lord almighty. Her life was certainly bright and beautifully lived. May you find comfort in your separation and earthly loss. ??? Warm Regards, Susan Indianapolis IN

Posted by:
Barbara Lewton

Posted on:
September 28, 2018

I am deeply saddened by your untimely death, Leigh Ann. We had such fun working together in Cincinnati. I'll always be grateful for your kindness, kitchen skills and great hugs. You will be missed. Love, Barbara

Posted by:
Fr. Dn. David

Posted on:
September 22, 2018

Sweet human being, Mary and Martha wrapped in one, Memory Eternal!!! You really got Orthodoxy. Pray for us. +D

Posted by:
Dean Uriarte

Posted on:
September 19, 2018

It was my privilege to know you and call you friend. The world was a better place with you in it. You are missed.