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February 06, 2014
Leah was not only one of the most intelligent people I have ever met, but she also had the most amazing sense of humor, love of learning,zest for life, and deep passion for making the world a better place! I have worked with her on a number of projects and loved every second. I want to be like Leah when I grow up and will miss her terribly!
February 06, 2014
My sincere condolences to Tim and the family.
February 06, 2014
Dear Michelle and Family, What a special person your mother was! We hope the good memories will be a comfort to you all.
You are in our prayers.
February 06, 2014
Leah was a joy to know and to hear speak; she told a story, even in routine board meetings, when ever she reported out on something. I recall once attending a conference in Ann Arbor and realizing as I approached the city that Ypsilanti was neighboring city. I phoned her, not expecting to see her, only to find out she was attending an event I was to go to that evening. She took me on a gala tour of Ann Arbor (really!) and we visited her home with its amazing view of woods and sunlight. I will miss her humor, her many skills, and her complete commitment to children and families around the world. Blessings to Tim and her family always. --Edna Ranck (Washington, DC)
February 06, 2014
Leah had a tremendous influence on early childhood education. She was a leader in the field and a mentor who encouraged me in the early stages of my career. She leaves a lasting legacy in the US and abroad.

I always appreciated Leah's warmth and enthusiasm, and never met anyone who enjoyed travel as much as she did.

My thoughts are with her family.
February 06, 2014
Leah was a great lady. It was an honor to know her. She will be missed.
February 06, 2014
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
February 05, 2014
I met & knew Leah through our mutual interest: weaving. The Warped
Weavers is a subgroup of the A.A. Fiberarts Guild & we participated in
many projects. She was so eager to learn, explore,& make things better:
hence, the organization of our library. I will surely miss her talent, verve,
& humor. She was a wonderful lady. Kathy Scott
February 05, 2014
Leah had such great spirit thru all of her struggles! I was so impressed and hope that I will feel the same if the time comes. She had a goal, and sadly she missed it. We will truly miss her and send all of our love toTim and her family. God speed, Leah!
February 05, 2014
Leah Adams was one of the pioneers and champions of early childhood. Her leadership was essential to the field. She was a woman of such warm grace.
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