January 15, 1957 ~ June 9, 2021

Born in: Chicago, Illinois
Resided in: Stone Mountain, Georgia

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  1. Will miss our texts about sports! And all your help for head cashier morning openings. R.I.P.

  2. CandleImageMy dear friend may you rest in peace.in Heaven will miss you. It’s hard not seeing your face and
    Not hearing your voice. But you are in good place with God. Lv Hazel kip

  3. CandleImageDear Leslie, you will be sorely missed: your smile, positive energy, sense of humor and wit, and kindness. We are all just walking each other home. And there is no place like home, with the Lord. God speed, sweet Leslie.

  4. Words cannot tell how much I will miss you, Leslie You introduced me to so many things, including your love of racing/NASCAR and all. You gave me so many beautiful orchids and plants, and the last thing was the squirrel proof bird feeder. When you came I loved it that we went to the Amish Store and the Farmer’s Market. I loved it when we went to Fort Wayne to research your parents and grandparents when they lived there. We even checked out James Dean’s final resting place.
    There is a big, vacant space in our lives where you once were. May the Good Lord Bless and Keep you and be with your family at this sad time.

  5. Leslie,
    I will miss you but we will meet again in heaven! You were the first one I met everyday when I came to work at Home Depot. We always talked about them Braves! We will keep talking about them and cheer them on for you everyday!
    My daughter Caroline is a huge fan of the Braves as well. We will keep them going strong until we see you again. See is getting married in two weeks and I was so hoping for you to meet her in this life but that will have to wait a little longer. Love you my friend!
    Rog.

  6. Leslie, all the great memories from our first working and married years. You were always one of the funniest and honest people I knew. Miss you friend Taylor

  7. Leslie, I so enjoyed working with you when you were with The Sport Shoe and then with the Atlanta Food Bank. You introduced me to Dauphin Island, where I took my family for many years after. I always loved your sense of humor, positive attitude and ‘can do’ approach to everything. The world will not be the same without you. RIP my friend.

  8. CandleImageI will always remember our trips to Cumberland Island and of course the crazy Halloween parties! You loved life and that my friend is what I will remember about you!! RIP my friend!

  9. CandleImageLeslie ALWAYS had a smile on that freckled beautiful face of hers. I worked with her at The Sport Shoe, she was always gracious, talented, positive and I enjoyed being around her. Prayers for her loved ones mourning her loss. My collar is up today in your honor, funny gal Leslie!

  10. CandleImageI will always remember all the good times we shared together. Race day and the Indy 500 wont be the same . Your visits to Indiana were always something to look forward to, and no one new sports better than you! You will be missed !

  11. CandleImageLeslie I will always remember your bright smile and passion for life- whether it was sports, travel, work or just plain fun. Working at TSS with you was such a blessing and I will treasure the memories. Sending my condolences to your family and friends, May you rest in peace.

  12. CandleImageOh Miss Leslie, such great times together ❤! We met you and Dave by the tracks in the Gulch and a Falcons fan friendship blossomed with yall and of course Mike and Jenny. Soo many more joined our little group and you were ALWAYS such a bright ray of sunshine in our group. We will always remember your shrimp ceviche, fire pit, funky fun beers and BEAUTIFUL smile! You will be missed our friend, always XOXO

  13. Leslie became a fast friend to me this past year in Stone Mountain Village, our neighborhood. We met at the new brewery that opened last summer. From the start, Leslie and I could talk about common interests and dealings with work and the pandemic. We saw each nearly every week there since. She’s one of the only local people who can talk baseball history and had a great passion for her Atlanta Braves. I was always happy to see her and talk about her travel and weekend activities. She came along to be in my life when I really needed a friend. I will truly miss having her as a neighbor, companion, and friend.

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