Shelly Kennedy-Leonard

Lancaster, Massachusetts

1972 - 2017


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Shelly Kennedy-Leonard, 45Lancaster - Shelly K. Kennedy-Leonard, 45, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Sunday, October 15, 2017 at the Rose Monahan Hospice Home in Worcester. She is the beloved wife of 14 years to Matthew C. Leonard; and cherished mother of Sadie and Harrison...

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Kathy and Stan, Martha and I are very sorry for your lose. I still have fond memories of her at Ridgefield. I am glad she found someone to love and raised a family. I wish you all the best.

John and Martha

Matt - you and the kids are in my heart and prayers. I cannot tell you how sorry I was to learn of Shelly's passing. I am sending you all love and prayers in this very difficult time.

i caint belive your gone i loved you so much you helped me so musch my paryes are with your family #staystrong

Heartfelt condolences to all who knew and loved Shelly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.
Steve and Carol Stolts

Shelly was a breath of fresh air when she worked with me at Gardner High School. Her smile and laugh was contagious. She loved her job and the students.
Years later she would always greet me at professional development programs like years hadn't passed.

My sincere condolences to her family, friends, and colleagues. Shelly is an unforgettable person, who brought joy to many.

Judy Mack

Dear Sadie, Harry, Dad, Grammy & Grampy too,
Oh how I wish i could take your saddness away. Please know that Mom and all of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Times like this can be so difficult to understand. Hang onto & cherish all of your special memories...your Mom's love and all of those special memories will help you to somehow cope. I'm sending strength and positives thoughts your way.

Shelly always made me smile because she was smiling. She always made me feel the power of positive thoughts and actions because that's what she projected. I loved her because my soul connected with her and in her I knew I had a friend I could laugh, cry, and just be with. I'm going to miss her physical presence, but she'll always be in my heart & soul.

May the thought of knowing that friends family and God share your grief be of comfort to your family Pro 17:17

Deep condolences and prayers for your extended family, especially for Matt and the children. Such an intense and sad time.
~ Mrs. Herrmann, Whitcomb