Leak Memory Chapel


Leila Anne Pass

February 16, 1938May 2, 2021

Leila Anne Guidroz Pass went home to Jesus early Sunday morning on May 2, 2021. Lee Lee was born February 16, 1938 and grew up in Panama City, FL before serving both domestically and abroad as an Air Force nurse. She met and married the love of her life and husband of 56 years, Ron Pass, while stationed in Turkey; and they had one son, Frank Pass, while stationed in Spain. After retiring from the military, Lee Lee was an adjunct professor at Auburn University at Montgomery in the Sociology department and a Hospice nurse. She had one “daughter-in-love,” Robin Pass, and 5 grandchildren: Anne Louise, Katy, Ella Grace, Gabriel, and Amelia for whom she was the perfect example of Christ’s love. She is also survived by her sisters— Becky Mills and her husband Clyde, Natalie Schultz and her husband Ron, and Jessica Flaherty and her husband John— and her brother-in-law Lawrence Pass. Lee Lee had a remarkable ministry of presence, providing unconditional care to everyone she met and always advocating for the most vulnerable people around her. She prayed fervently early every morning for each individual God lay upon her heart by name, and she consistently wrote letters of encouragement to anyone who needed them. She was wise. She studied scripture faithfully since beginning her relationship with the Lord in her teens, and she was always open to learning more. Lee Pass left nothing unsaid, no one unloved. In lieu of flowers and in honor of the many hours that she spent advocating for the unborn and their mothers, her family requests that donations be made to Life on Wheels at A family only graveside is set for 11:00 am on Thursday, May 6, 2021 in Greenwood Cemetery. Online condolences may be shared at:


  • Family Only Graveside Service

    Thursday, May 6, 2021


Leila Anne Pass

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janet jacob

May 6, 2021

love you guys, and this wonderful lady without whom the PassFam would not be in my life. she was kind to me every time I saw her, and always encouraging with regards to my dream of owning a bookstore someday :) thinking of you on this difficult but beautiful day.

Edgar Grant

May 6, 2021

Took a course under "Mrs. Pass" at AUM back in 1989... since she was also a Frazer Member, we stayed in touch. When my mother died in 2016, the first condolence card I received was from Lee, even though I had not seen her in years. Great Lady!!

Judy Berneske

May 4, 2021

I remember Ron and Lee visiting my grandmother (Ron's aunt) - and my parents - there in Selma. Lee was unusually kind, personable, genuine and sincere. No doubt she was a strong Christian, who lived her faith. One year she sent me a Christmas card with the prayer of St. Francis of Assisi. I framed it. And to this day, it still hangs on my wall! My thoughts and prayers go out to Ron, Frank and the rest of their family.

Lori White

May 4, 2021

Family, I'm both saddened and joyful to hear of Lee's passing. Her absence from your daily lives will bring sadness, and I will surely miss her with you. As a believer, I'm so happy to know she's begun the newest chapter of her eternity with God, shed of this life's burdens. May God grant you all peace and comfort in the days and years ahead. I'm praying for you all.