Guest Book for Stella (Boller) Leckie

Provided by Crandall Funeral Home Inc.

Posted by: Carine Leckie Alvim
Thu February 07, 2019
As my grandmother, you instilled a sense of  duty, service, strength and devotion in myself and my sister. You showed us how to be compassionate toward others through our many days visiting Aunt Helen and serving others at the Senior Center. Your sense of adventure took us to Vancouver one beautiful summer where we were introduced to long lost family and sights we had never seen. Shandra and I will always cherish garage saleing early Saturday mornings and coming home with piles of treasure. You were a tough cookie Grandma and never allowed anyone to make a fuss about you...but I am going to fuss about a woman who loved her family endlessly, devoted herself to others and gave it her all! Thank you for being my Grandma. I love you very much. God Bless and I can’t wait to have a cup of tea with you again!
 

 
Posted by: Cathy Frame
Fri February 08, 2019
Oh my sweet friend Stella -- you will be missed!!  Thank you for the conversations, the time spent with you, and the caring you showed for everyone around you.  I know you're thrilled to be with your loved ones that have gone ahead of you; those left behind will be missing you greatly.  Thanks for being my friend.
 

 
Posted by: Ida Maiden
Fri February 08, 2019

A GARDEN PATH was sent by Your family from Austin.

May your memories give you peace and comfort. Thinking of you all, at this time of loss.

 

 
Posted by: Judy Williams
Fri February 08, 2019
So sorry to hear about Stella. Although it's been awhile since I've spoken with her, I'll never forget her. Love and prayers to the family.
 

 
Posted by: jANE kALLAS
Mon February 11, 2019
My sympathy and Prayers to Stella's Family. I met Stella when we both went to Laura's Beauty Shop. I havent seen her for a long time; but I will always remember her as being a kind, talented, interesting person to talk to. May you be blessed with comfort.  
                                                             Jane  Kallas
 

 
Posted by: Carol Holme
Fri February 15, 2019
Will miss Stella, loved talking to her.  Laura Black was her hairdresser and we had some good times there.  So sorry