Leslie Maudsley

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Penny-Hold on to the memories and let them guide you during your grieving time. The sadness never goes away, but it does get better.Know that you are doing the right thing, your Mom entrusted you and knew you would be the one to fulfil what she truly wanted. Listen to your heart and soul and ignore the negative. Always know I am here for you with open arms and love in my heart. May the angels walk with you today and everyday. Be Strong. I Love you, Jeannie (Tabaka)Burkman

Les was just a little cantankerous with a whole lot of character but I myself couldn't help but love her for it. She will definitely be missed and will leave a void in the live's of those she left behind, but she's in a better place now resting in the hands of God.

Jeanne, Lynda,and Penny...I just read of the passing of your mother. I remember a fun neighbor lady who always had a smile for everyone. I often think of your folks when I am in Minnesota, wondering where the family is. Please accept my condolences. I will be praying for comfort for all of you at this time. Regards, Beryl Hoff

We are so sorry to read about the death of your mother and grandmother. We had some very good times with she and your dad. Yes, we do remember the corn roasts, and how much fun we had at the gathering of the old "4th Avenue Gang. You are all in our thoughts. We are in Arizona for the winter, and noticed the obituary in the Minneapolis paper.

John and Carol Kelly


Leslie's Obituary

Leslie Maudsley passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on December 30, 2012.