I had not heard of Aunt Leah's death and had not had an answer to my phone calls or cards, so I Googled her name and just found she had passed last November. Perhaps she did not have our new Santa Barbara contact information in her address book, only our old San Jose numbers. Aunt Leah was a delight and a wonderful role model for me. I strive to be like her. I'll never forget her taking clogging at age 82! What a wonder. We spent many great visits with her, and she was always a favorite for me to be around when I was a little girl. I will miss her dearly.
Her niece, Charmaine Warnock Rogers
an absolute wonder - What a Gal
Leah meant so much to my family. She was like a second Mom to my mother Judy Guidici. When mother lived with my family in Carmichael she would spend countless weekends at Leah's house because I believe that is where she found true peace and she had such good times with Leah. Barry, Robyn and myself love and appreciate Leah with all our hearts and I hope the two of them are catching up and having one of your wonderful conversations right now. Love you both. Karen Locke
Leah always seemed to be around at least at most of the family reunions that I was able to attend. I can remember her at the reunions back in the 1950's at the McKenzie Guest Ranch in Mohawk Valley. May only pleasant memories be present for her family and all those who remember her. Rest in peace Leah!
Ms Leah lived a long and wonderful life and touched so many lives. She will be missed by all who knew her. May you be comforted by the memories that you share. And may you find peace and comfort from the God of Comfort.
(2 Cor 1:3)
hello all, I missspelled the town; its- Stevensville, Montana. firstname.lastname@example.org willie slade
Leah Mckenzie not only a class act but a very good friend of many years, you might be gone but I love and miss you. Willie Slade.