Michelle-Lehman-Obituary

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Michelle M. Lehman

Chicago, Illinois

Oct 10, 1971 – Aug 1, 2020 (Age 48)

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BORN
October 10, 1971
DIED
August 1, 2020
AGE
48
LOCATION
Chicago, Illinois

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Michelle M. Lehman; Loving wife of Dexter McKnight; Beloved mother of Christian Lehman; Cherished daughter of Richard and Antoinette Lehman; Devoted sister of Richard A. (Wilma) Lehman;


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Rest well...my condolences to the family. I am so sorry for your loss.

Michelle and I had many good times working together at Resurrection Hospital. There were many days filled with jokes and laughing. Loved to hear her stories of her son Christian, her Dexter and Diamond . Her parents and brother were also dear to her . I am sure that Michelle wanted to stay longer on this Earth with all of her loved ones but this was not up to her. Rest in peace

I was so sorry to hear Michelle slipped away. She was such a sweetheart. I know we only kept in touch through Facebook but I enjoyed seeing her posts. My heart goes out to everyone. May God keep you and help you survive in this sad time. I remember when she first adopted Chris, she came in to Turner with that little babydoll. She loved him so much. He was the cutest little person. She was blessed to have him in her life. Love to all.



I worked with Toni at Dirksen School where she was the lunchroom manager. I remember when Michelle would come into Dirksen School to visit her mom and "Little Man" was with her. He was the light of her life. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

When I first started she was my trainer as a diet clerk. She was funny,patient, and always laughing. She was always such a pleasure to be around. She was kind, selfless, and always talked about how important her family was. This is such a shock. I can only say knowing her was a privilege. Thank you Christian and Dexter for sharing her with us.

I didnt know Michelle well. But I knew the family, she was always working or doing something with her son, it's been years since I've had contact but my heart goes out to the family. Papa Rich and momma Toni, and her brother Rich and to her son!

Please except my wife and I our deepest condolences on the passing of your daughter.

MICHELLE S PASSING SUCH A SHOCK....GOD S EMBRACE TO HER SON...MOTHERS CANNOT BE REPLACED...AND TO DEXTER...AND HER MOM N DAD..FAMILY AND FRIENDS..SHE WAS KIND TO ME AT THE HOSPITAL AND I ALWAYS WISHED HER WELL...SOMETIMES WE WOULD TALK ABOUT GOD..BUT NOW SHE KNOWS WELL ....RIP MICHELLE

Michelle and I met ea. at the Rescafe where she worked, I work in a different Dept. (In
Records) words can't describe Michelle!, other than being an AMAZING PERSON!! I would like
to share a this story. About 3 yrs ago I was at Tony's already in line to pay for my groceries not realizing I didn't have enough to cover for them . At this time feeling a little embarrassed I might add and SLOWING DOWN the line But hold and hold guess who was behind me?
MICHELLE!! YES!! you guess...