Mary Monacelli devout and active parishioner of her church (St. Paul’s Catholic) and a vibrant member of her community (The Plantation of Leesburg).
Patricia Mead enjoyed cooking; one of her most memorable meals was cabbage rolls. She also enjoyed watching her grandsons play tennis.
Lorraine Resnick loved interior design, art, working with theater arts groups and leading coloring groups for seniors.
Richard Frisby enjoyed fishing, reading war and military novels, traveling, going on cruises, and he enjoyed trying fine and exotic culinary dishes.
Arthur Padgett enjoyed fishing and wood-working and could often be found on his tractor.
The biggest part of Delena Durham's life was her retail business, Sunglass Alley, located at the Market of Marion, where she made her customers and employees the number one priority.
Sophie Magnuson enjoyed going to plays at the Melon Patch Theatre, going out to eat, reading, and watching TV soaps and movies.
Born in Yokohama, Japan, Becky Goshko moved to Leesburg in 1981 from Chicago, Illinois.
George Tompkins was an avid reader and dog lover, He enjoyed his Bible studies and furniture refinishing. He was the neighborhood mechanic and enjoyed helping others.
Guy Llewellyn Jr., of Leesburg, passed away Dec. 12 at the age of 86.