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February 13, 2014
Leah,

May your soul rest in the peace of God's bosom. And, may your family be comforted in knowing that we share in their sorrow. But, we all rejoice in that we shall meet again in eternity.

Martha Baiyee and Family
February 12, 2014
Sojourner, Leah,
Your soul is now free to explore the vast universe--
to see and hear more marvelous wonders,
to experience expansive growth.
Happy and glorious traveling.
Prayers for your family and loved ones, and all who loved you,
Judy Spitler McKee, Prof. Emerita
February 11, 2014
We have known Leah for many years as a result of our friendship with her daughter Michelle and husband Jim. Even though we knew that she was a very accomplished women, until we read the obituary we had no idea as to the extent of her talents. Amazing women. She will be sadly missed by all whose lives she touched far and wide. We have the privilege now of watching those talents live on through the lives of the wonderful family she leaves behind. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
February 09, 2014
Dr. Leah Adams was an amazing person. Although I never met her in person, she was always very kind in providing her suggestions and sharing her experience. She will be missed. My prayers are with the family.
February 09, 2014
Dear Adams Family,
So sorry to hear of the loss your mother. Our hearts are with you.
February 09, 2014
It is a very sad news to hear about the passing of Leah. She was a respected colleague, a leader in the development of the Early Childhood Education at EMU, and even found time to help with our overseas project in Yemen. I fondly remember when Leah and Tim invited Judy and me for a sail in their boat. Happy memories of our associations with Leah will live on. Please allow us to join you in your prayers.
February 08, 2014
Leah was always sweet and kind whether it was stopping by to say hello or asking for some specific information.
Besides all of her accomplishments, intelligence etc. her open and friendly demeanor made those who came in contact with her feel at ease. Those whose paths crossed will always remember her.
February 08, 2014
Leah was a leader in the EC field and a mentor who nurtured my growth as an educator and writer. She had an amazing knack of "connecting" to people quickly and genuinely!
February 07, 2014
Dear Tim and your family:

Leah's passing must be an incredibly painful time for you all. I can't stop thinking about her. I am praying for you and I am very thankful to have known Leah and her brother Paul. Leah and I were second cousins in the Casper family. Since Leah and her brother Paul lived only about ten miles or so from the farm where my sister Dorothy Casper Vetrone and I lived, we often visited at their home when we were all young children in the 1930's. (I'm three years older than Leah.) My father George Casper filled in doing the farming at the Casper-Dutenhaver farm for about a year after the untimely death of Leah's father, John Dutenhaver when Leah was about four or five years old. That tragedy did give us four cousins the opportunity to have more time together.

After my sister and I moved to Canton, Ohio, we cousins mostly saw each other at family reunions. Then we went our separate ways in life, until only a few years ago my sister and I re-established a relationship with Leah and Tim. Leah and my sister Dorothy (May she rest in peace) became the most important people in my life along with my children and grandchildren. I'm very happy that many of you had a wonderful cruise trip together with Leah only a short time ago.

My heart goes out to you all for the loss of a wonderful woman.
February 07, 2014
We send our very deepest sympathy to Tim and his family. Leah was one of those extra special people you meet in life. Her youthful energy was contagious along with her endless curiosity to discover more about our world. She was gracious, kind and engaging. We feel very fortunate to have known her.
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