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She had a magnetic love for life and people. Countless friends from all walks of life were joined by new folks who became instant friends and were welcomed into her life, exactly as they were. She loved her families - the Marshalls, Officers, Johnsons, Cocchiarellas, her fellow boondockers, and especially her daughter Abby and Abby’s kids Gracie, Tripp, and Chase. She said her grandkids, “made her heart sing.” Sweet, loving and lovable, kooky, fun, full of life, and adventurous, Leann never believed in saying goodbye. She would say, “See ya when I see ya,” with a huge grin on her face. She left this life after a brief battle with cancer on October 29th, surrounded by family. Leann was born to Jim and Ruth (Officer) Marshall on May 23, 1951 in Livingston, Montana. In her early years the family lived in Bozeman, Billings, and Great Falls until moving to Missoula when she was in the second grade. Leann attended Willard Grade School and graduated from Hellgate High School In 1969. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She had a magnetic love for life and people. Countless friends from all walks of life were joined by new folks who became instant friends and were welcomed into her life, exactly as they were. She loved her families - the Marshalls, Officers, Johnsons, Cocchiarellas, her fellow boondockers, and especially her daughter Abby and Abby’s kids Gracie, Tripp, and Chase. She said her grandkids, “made her heart sing.” Sweet, loving and lovable, kooky, fun, full of life, and adventurous, Leann never believed in saying goodbye. She would say, “See ya when I see ya,” with a huge grin on her face. She left this life after a brief battle with cancer on October 29th, surrounded by family. Leann was born to Jim and Ruth (Officer) Marshall on May 23, 1951 in Livingston, Montana. In her early years the family lived in Bozeman, Billings, and Great Falls until moving to Missoula when she was in the second grade. Leann attended Willard Grade School and graduated from Hellgate High School In 1969. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. 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Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She had a magnetic love for life and people. Countless friends from all walks of life were joined by new folks who became instant friends and were welcomed into her life, exactly as they were. She loved her families - the Marshalls, Officers, Johnsons, Cocchiarellas, her fellow boondockers, and especially her daughter Abby and Abby’s kids Gracie, Tripp, and Chase. She said her grandkids, “made her heart sing.” Sweet, loving and lovable, kooky, fun, full of life, and adventurous, Leann never believed in saying goodbye. She would say, “See ya when I see ya,” with a huge grin on her face. She left this life after a brief battle with cancer on October 29th, surrounded by family. Leann was born to Jim and Ruth (Officer) Marshall on May 23, 1951 in Livingston, Montana. In her early years the family lived in Bozeman, Billings, and Great Falls until moving to Missoula when she was in the second grade. Leann attended Willard Grade School and graduated from Hellgate High School In 1969. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She had a magnetic love for life and people. Countless friends from all walks of life were joined by new folks who became instant friends and were welcomed into her life, exactly as they were. She loved her families - the Marshalls, Officers, Johnsons, Cocchiarellas, her fellow boondockers, and especially her daughter Abby and Abby’s kids Gracie, Tripp, and Chase. She said her grandkids, “made her heart sing.” Sweet, loving and lovable, kooky, fun, full of life, and adventurous, Leann never believed in saying goodbye. She would say, “See ya when I see ya,” with a huge grin on her face. She left this life after a brief battle with cancer on October 29th, surrounded by family. Leann was born to Jim and Ruth (Officer) Marshall on May 23, 1951 in Livingston, Montana. In her early years the family lived in Bozeman, Billings, and Great Falls until moving to Missoula when she was in the second grade. Leann attended Willard Grade School and graduated from Hellgate High School In 1969. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She had a magnetic love for life and people. Countless friends from all walks of life were joined by new folks who became instant friends and were welcomed into her life, exactly as they were. She loved her families - the Marshalls, Officers, Johnsons, Cocchiarellas, her fellow boondockers, and especially her daughter Abby and Abby’s kids Gracie, Tripp, and Chase. She said her grandkids, “made her heart sing.” Sweet, loving and lovable, kooky, fun, full of life, and adventurous, Leann never believed in saying goodbye. She would say, “See ya when I see ya,” with a huge grin on her face. She left this life after a brief battle with cancer on October 29th, surrounded by family. Leann was born to Jim and Ruth (Officer) Marshall on May 23, 1951 in Livingston, Montana. In her early years the family lived in Bozeman, Billings, and Great Falls until moving to Missoula when she was in the second grade. Leann attended Willard Grade School and graduated from Hellgate High School In 1969. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She had a magnetic love for life and people. Countless friends from all walks of life were joined by new folks who became instant friends and were welcomed into her life, exactly as they were. She loved her families - the Marshalls, Officers, Johnsons, Cocchiarellas, her fellow boondockers, and especially her daughter Abby and Abby’s kids Gracie, Tripp, and Chase. She said her grandkids, “made her heart sing.” Sweet, loving and lovable, kooky, fun, full of life, and adventurous, Leann never believed in saying goodbye. She would say, “See ya when I see ya,” with a huge grin on her face. She left this life after a brief battle with cancer on October 29th, surrounded by family. Leann was born to Jim and Ruth (Officer) Marshall on May 23, 1951 in Livingston, Montana. In her early years the family lived in Bozeman, Billings, and Great Falls until moving to Missoula when she was in the second grade. Leann attended Willard Grade School and graduated from Hellgate High School In 1969. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She had a magnetic love for life and people. Countless friends from all walks of life were joined by new folks who became instant friends and were welcomed into her life, exactly as they were. She loved her families - the Marshalls, Officers, Johnsons, Cocchiarellas, her fellow boondockers, and especially her daughter Abby and Abby’s kids Gracie, Tripp, and Chase. She said her grandkids, “made her heart sing.” Sweet, loving and lovable, kooky, fun, full of life, and adventurous, Leann never believed in saying goodbye. She would say, “See ya when I see ya,” with a huge grin on her face. She left this life after a brief battle with cancer on October 29th, surrounded by family. Leann was born to Jim and Ruth (Officer) Marshall on May 23, 1951 in Livingston, Montana. In her early years the family lived in Bozeman, Billings, and Great Falls until moving to Missoula when she was in the second grade. Leann attended Willard Grade School and graduated from Hellgate High School In 1969. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Education from the University of Montana. She was a huge Griz fan. For 29 years, hundreds of lucky pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students had Leann for a teacher. She taught in Frenchtown and in Helena, where she retired. Leann loved kids and according to those who knew her, she fit right in with them. After her retirement, Leann and her husband, Kent, thoroughly enjoyed a freewheeling lifestyle in their motorhome year-round. Kent said that Leann, who was always directionally challenged, served as his “naviguesser.” They spent the past 17 years living as snow birds in the winter and were residents of Trout Creek at the Marshall family lake place in the summer. Leann loved this retreat where she spent time with her whole family and numerous friends. Gardening, beading, making jam, boat riding, capturing sunsets, and making everyone feel welcomed and loved were Leann’s joys. Always an adventurer, Leann claimed bragging rights for being the first gramma in the lake each spring. As a volunteer for the Red Cross since 2000, Leann is well known across the country and Puerto Rico for leading the way in reunification of thousands of individuals and families after a disaster. Leann deployed to nearly thirty disasters including hurricanes, floods, tornados, forest fires, and most recently Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Red Cross senior leadership said, “Leann’s enormous heart and generosity of spirit leave an indelible mark on all who she met throughout the years.” Leann’s parents, Jim and Ruth Marshall preceded her in death. Leann is survived by her husband Kent Johnson, on the road in their traveling home; daughter Abby Murphy Johnson and her beloved grandchildren Gracie Johnson, Tripp O’Connor, and Chase O’Connor of Billings; step children Shannon (Ian) Francis, Arlington VA and Eric (Fabiola) France; brother Jim Marshall (Jackie), Fallbrook CA, sister Vicki Cocchiarella, Missoula; former brother-in-law Larry Cocchiarella, Missoula; niece Cara Cocchiarella, Portland OR; nephew Mike (Mindy) Cocchiarella, Ferndale WA; niece Lexi Marshall, Phoenix AZ, nephew Tyler Marshall, Mesa AZ; brother-in-law Kirk (Marsha) Johnson, Helena; nephew Cole (Amanda)Johnson,Helena; and her furry kids - Lady and Emma. At Leann’s request the family will hold a celebration of life at Trout Creek in the summer. All will be invited at later date. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support. SEE YA WHEN WE SEE YA SWEET LEANN. 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Leaving a Condolence

Step #1 - Navigate to the Condolences & Tributes tab on the left, and then click on "View Condolences".

Step #2 - Click on the gray bar labeled "Leave a Condolence" at the top center of the page.

Step #3 - Enter the name of the person who is leaving the condolence message.

Step #4 - Enter the email address of the person who is leaving the condolence message.

Step #5 - Enter a condolence message in the text box. You will be alerted to any misspellings by the system (with a red line under the suspected misspelling, and with a right click of your mouse, you'll be given alternative suggestions).

Step #6 - Complete the "Captcha" question, designed to ensure that the response is generated by a human being.

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Step #9 - There is the option to provide feedback about this service. You may choose to enter a comment and select "Submit Comment", or simply select "No Thanks".

Step #10 - Once the condolence has been submitted, you will be taken to the Condolences page. At this point (if you've not already done so) you can do one of three things: make the condolence private (if you had originally set it to be a public message), modify the condolence, or remove it completely.

For Families

Once a condolence has been sent, only the public condolences will be displayed within An Amazing Life. Private condolences will not be shown. You will be able to view all of the private condolences either by using the Family Log-in feature or having your email address included in the Condolence Email List. This is a list of recipients in which all of the condolences will be sent to (family and/or friends).

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