LEANN MARIE DELA CRUZ

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  • "Chris, Jace and family, It's so saddening to hear of..."
    - Stephen Capuno
  • "RIP Leann. You're such a beautiful person inside and out...."
    - Becky Loomis
  • "Chris and family...I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts..."
    - Rene Ramirez
  • "I want the family to know how much I loved Leann. I loved..."
  • "So sorry for your loss! She was a happy girl! She always..."
    - Paula Stacy
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LEANN MARIE DELA CRUZ Leann was born July 8, 1969, in Spokane, WA to Keith and Yvonne Marks. Leann passed away on August 15, 2016, at Trios Medical Center in Kennewick, WA with her family at her side. Leann and Chris met at work in 1998 and and were married two years later on June 17, 2000 in Kenne-wick, WA. They were blessed with a son, Jace, on October 17, 2001. Jace and Chris were the light of Leann's life. They were a very close-knit family. Leann worked in the medical field for the past eight years with her husband's uncle. Leann and her family are Jehovah's Witnesses. She was Babtized on August 8, 2009, and their faith became the foundation of their lives. Leann's love of Jehovah and her family were the most important part of her life. We look forward to the time when there will be no pain and suffering. She will be deeply missed by all the family and friends she has left behind. We take great comfort in knowing that Jehovah is near to those broken at heart. Psalms: 34:18. Leann loved to visit the Oregon Coast whenever possible. She had many different hobbies and was very creative. Leann loved children and was a wonderful mother, wife, aunt, sister and friend. She was very compassionate about animals adopting many strays. Leann is survived by her husband Christopher, son Jace, father Keith, sister Terri, and her brother Lonnie. Her nieces and nephews: Michael, Niole, Kristen, Lauren, Josh, Marie and Katie. She was preceded in death by her grandparents Clarence and Bloanch, mother Yvonne, brother Mike and sister Kim.
Published in Tri-City Herald on Aug. 24, 2016