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Stoddard Funeral Home & Sunset Memorial Gardens

3205 West 28Th Street, Greeley, CO

OBITUARY

Leanne K. Chrisman

March 6, 1945November 5, 2019
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Leanne K. Chrisman of Greeley, Colorado entered eternal rest on November 5th, 2019, surrounded by her loving family, at the age of 74.

A Celebration of Life will be held on November 19th at Stoddard Funeral Home in Greeley at 7:30 PM. All who knew Leanne are warmly invited to attend and share their time honoring her life.

She was born March 6th, 1945 in Washington, Iowa to Lloyd and Dorothy Evans and later settled in Ottumwa. Because of her love of the mountains, she went on to relocate to Colorado, where she raised her children surrounded by friends that she also considered family. After 15 years of devoted service to L&C Bar, she retired and spent the rest of her days with family. She was preceded in death by her parents, Lloyd and Dorothy, her sister, Vonda, a grandchild, and three great grandchildren. She is survived by her sisters, Beverly Heart and Linda Evans and her four children: Jack Chrisman, Kevin Chrisman, Linn Chrisman, and Rochelle Cobos (Homero Ortiz), as well as numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.

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Rosalie Garcia

November 20, 2019

Iam so sorry for your lost
Mom and Debbie love being around her.
Always joking around and talk about old days.
She loved her kids very much and grandkids she was a one of a kind with her big heart and always with a smile and her laughter was the best of it all. From the bottom of my heart Iam very sorry for your lost.
Juan & Rosalie Garcia and family

Melissa Gilliam

November 18, 2019

I only got to meet Leanne a few times and she was always so sweet and welcoming. May she rest in peace and may you all remember the wonderful memories. Prayers and love, Melissa Gilliam

Linn Chrisman

November 18, 2019

Although you are no longer here physically.. you will always remain in my heart. Just remember to visit every now and again. I love and miss you mom.. today and forever.

Cassandra Chrisman

November 18, 2019

I remember back when I was in elementary school. I’d go to Grandma’s all the time. After she did my homework for me, I’d go to her room, lay on her bed, and “watch” Full House. She’d always yell from the room “You better not fall asleep”. But my Grandma knew that’s exactly what I was gonna do. 🤷🏻‍♀️
I remember my grandma would always play the song “Sap sap sapo” and “Achy Breaky Heart” for me.
Going to bed listening to music w her on her black alarm clock radio.
Calling her every time I was sick so that she would come with me to the hospital. Or going to stay with her when I was sick because Grandma’s love always made me feel better.
Her picking me up from Heath in her old beat up car I used to be so embarrassed of 🤣🤣.
Beating our asses with the back scratcher was probably her favorite thing to do us, but I can’t say we didn’t deserve it 😜

I was deff blessed with the best! She never had much, but she always made due with what she did have. She NEVER let any of us go without. Her love for all of us was endless and the things she would for us were limitless.

Thank you for being my Grandma, and loving me as much as you did. ♥️ Thank you for being Aleigha’s Great Grandma and loving her even more. ♥️

Sandy Glasgow

November 15, 2019

I thank the lord we all reconnected several years ago , aunt Leanne was a huge part of my childhood and to not have had these last few years would have been so sad . I could always see her love for me in her eyes and her smile . I’m thankful she came down for one last thanksgiving with all her nieces and nephews in Iowa before she left to be with god . I never say good bye I’ll just say see ya later and love you . Much love and hugs too all my family I love you all forever and a day .I wish we could all be together for aunt Leanne’s celebration of life .♥️

Lydia Romero

November 14, 2019

There are so many to share. But I remember our little group of people loved to party and get crazy, Leanne was right there with us being crazy. She took care of all of us. She made sure we were alright. She made sure we got home okay. Or she would have us stay over night at her home. She love all of us and we loved her too. You are and will always be a special lady. You will be missed. Love you Leanne. Linn, Jack, Kevin, and Shelly , I pray that god gives you all the strength to get through this. I hope he give you all peace of mind, so you can rest.

Vicky Anderson

November 14, 2019

Although we didn't spend much time together, it was a pleasure reconnecting a few years ago. Mom has shared such fond memories she had when they were younger. I will cherish the memories. Until we meet again, RIP

Kevin Thompson

November 14, 2019

I have known Leanne and her family for more than 30 years. Leanne had a wonderful sense of humor and would say things that you would never expect and would make you laugh. She passed that unique sense of humor on to her children as well. Leanne tried to portray a gruff exterior but when it came down to it she had a heart of gold and would help anyone in need. Leanne,you will be missed!

Maria del carmen Meraz

November 14, 2019

Mi amiga tan querida, siempre con una linda sonrisa, amistosa y una gran persona!
Siempre la tendremos en nuestros corazon, mis condolencias a su familia🌷🌷🌷

Nicole Garcia

November 14, 2019

I wanted to send my love and condolences. LeAnne was such a great woman. I’m blessed to have memories of her as I grew up. May the Lord give the family the strength they need to pull through this difficult time. She will definitely be missed

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