Monday, October 11, 2010

Obituary

Click here to view Leslie's obituary from Havenbrook Funeral Home.

15 comments:

  1. I can't get your family out of my mind. My heart aches for you.
    God Bless You.
    Praying for your family from Madison, Wisconsin

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  2. I read this in Sunday's newspaper. It was very nicely done. What a wonderful reflection of the beautiful woman she was. We will continue to keep all of you in our prayers.

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  3. This was so touching. I still can't stop thinking about this family. As a parent, my heart breaks for the three children who have lost so much. My prayers are with you.

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  4. Leslie's story continues to impact me...my heart aches for Mark and the kids. No one should have to endure this much loss. May the peace and love of God fill their hearts.

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  5. Praying for this sweet family..may you feel God's healing hand upon your hearts. God Bless.

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  6. My prayers are with your family. I can't imagine the devastation of the losses you are experiencing.

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  7. I have been posting Leslies blog on my fb page so all of my friends and family will pray for her. I have asked for prayers for her, her husband, her children and her family. I did not know Leslie but she has been on my mind and in my heart along with her husband and children. For some reason God needed this angel in heaven by his side and maybe we all will be in a better place for it. I am so sorry for the loss of the beautiful girl who has seemed to touch so many lives. Love from Tulsa

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  8. What a testimony. I from here in Oklahoma but heard the story from a blog in Arkansas. I am so touched by this love story and it would be an honor to meet Leslie in heaven some day. Thank you for updating this blog. I dont really know what to pray for. I am just in shock. I wish rest at night for your family and a way to shout this story to the roof tops. May God be the glory.- Renda from Bartlesville Oklahoma.

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  9. Clebbie and GarlandOctober 11, 2010 at 4:02 PM

    Our thoughts and prayers are with Mark, the children and all of Leslie's friends and family. I've been so touched by their wonderful love story. So sorry for all the loss in their lives but, I'm sure Heaven is a better place now with Leslie and the twins and hope to meet them in Heaven one day. Please accept our deepest sympathy.

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  10. That's really fun that they kept the two angels names with the M as the first initial - same as all the family (Mark, Melinda, Marli, Marcus, Manning, Mac and Marisa) and seeing as though Leslie was Mommy, she had an M, too. Precious!

    My thoughts and prayers are with this amazing family.

    Heather Forte Huntersville, NC

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  11. what an amazing story...her obituary is beautiful, as was she and her life. so very sorry for the tremendous loss all of her family and friends are suffering. i also loved that everyone had a m initial and a b middle initial...seems to almost weave them altogether in an enduring bond. she will be a perfect angel...i am just sorry she was taken so soon. love to you as her family...may memories keep you strong. will continue to pray and check this site for any news you may want to share. God Bless.
    Linda from Ohio

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  12. I never had the privilege to meet Leslie or the family but was asked from a friend of hers to pray for them back in September. I can't even begin to know what to say. This is just so tragic & seems so unfair, but I know God is good. Just wanted you to know how much these lives have touched my heart. I can't imagine what her husband is going through & how the children must be so confused. I will continue to pray for him & the sweet little angels left behind. I pray God continues to strengthen them & that they don't give up hope, though their faith may be shaken. I pray for peace on this family. They will be in my prayers for many years to come!

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  13. My heart just aches for this beautiful young woman and her poor husband and children. I cannot stop thinking about this family. They have been in my prayers, I cannot imagine their pain. My heartfelt, and deepest condolences, from a family in Florida.

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  14. What a tremendously sad story - and so well written! The only explanation I can think of reminds me of the old song, "We'll Understand It Better Bye and Bye." May God wrap His loving arms around this precious family today as well as in the days ahead. They will be in my thoughts and prayers forever.

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  15. I've been thinking about her since I first got wind of her and this blog in October. God Bless her family and touch their hearts. Praying for those she will reunite with in the future in heaven.
    Melissa from Nebraska

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