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Lesle K. Lynch

Savage, Minnesota

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My deepest sympathy to Lesle's family. She was a wonderful, carung person and will be missed by all who loved her. I know Ollie was waiting for her at the rainbow bridge.

My deepest sympathies to Lesle's family. I grew up in the neighborhood with Lesle, we graduated from high school together and played on the same softball team for many years through the Glen Lake Gals. I believe her Dad even coached our team for a few years. She was always kind, polite and fun to be around. She will be missed.

My deepest sympathies to Lesle's family. I lived in the neighborhood, graduated from high school with Lesle and we played on the same softball team from elementary school through high school-Glen Lake Gals. During some of those years I believe Lesle's Dad was even our coach. I ran into Lesle about 10 years ago and we had a good visit. Lesle was always kind, polite and fun to be around. She will be missed.

Lesle was my cousin and I have fond memories of their visits to McLean and playing together as children. After we were both grown, of course, due to obligations, we only saw each other a few time, but it was like there had never been any time since our last visit. She was a sweetheart!

My deepest sympathies to Lesle's family. We were co-workers years ago and kept in touch over the years. She always had such a great sense of humor and was a good friend.

So sorry for your families loss. we were neighbors growing up, and I remember some rousing ping pong matches in the basement of her childhood home. She was kind and generous even back then, and she has left too soon.

My sincere sympathy to Steve and family on the death of Lesle. May you be comforted in your grieving by your memories.

I am so sorry to hear that Lesle passed away. I heard from her over the holiday's and she told me of her cancer treatments. I met Lesle about 4 1/2 yrs ago when she took in a kitten that we had found. I found her through a no kill shelter site and she was going to foster the kitten until she found a home. As you know of Lesle's love for animals, she ended up keeping the kitten, now known as Lillie. Lesle had told me how Lillie would lay on her liver where the cancer had spread. Lesle knew...

Leslie was a beautiful woman with so much energy for helping people and helping animals. She had a great sense of humor and her smile was wider than the sea. I will miss her dearly.

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