Leone Benedict

Montgomery, Illinois

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Hi Grandma B, today is the 15th on January and its cold! You always hated the cold. I thought about you today and as soon as I found the obituary I began to cry. I miss you so much grandma. I look at your card everyday you gave me for my 16th birthday. We have so many memories that I will never forget, you taught me how to cook so many things. I will never forget you as long as I walk upon this earth. I love you and eventually I will join you and Grandpa Lou at heavens gates, Promise you will...

I will miss our talks leone

So sorry to hear of her passing I will miss her very much she was an outstanding lady that I feel lucky to have in my life she will be greatly missed

Cheryl, Laurel, Jim and families.
Thinking of you in your time of grief.

Our sincere condolenses to family members for your loss.

So sorry for your loss. Be comforted by the fact that she lived a full life with the knowledge that she was loved and respected by her family, friends and associates. Prayers for comfort and peace.

To Penny and all of Leone's children so sorry for your loss, your mother was a grand "ole" Dame. I so enjoyed the many years of friendship that we had while we were members of ABWA, the conventions that we enjoyed. She is now in heaven with my cousins Margie Minott and Marylin Porter who shared conventions, meetings and luncheons together. Rest in peace Leone, job well done. May all the memories of your Mother give you comfort in the coming months. Sherry (Gutierrez) Hickey,...


Leone's Obituary

Benedict, Leone Kerber Franklin Leone "Lonnie" was called to her heavenly home on Monday, December 17, 2012. She was born in Aurora, Illinois on December 29, 1918, and was a lifetime member of Holy Angels Church. Leone retired from AT&T and was a proud member of IBEW Local 1492. She...

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