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Lillian June Leonard
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Lillian June Leonard passed away May 12th, 2018 at the age of 94. She had a light, happy heart and will be greatly missed by all of us. Lillian was the youngest of six children born to John and Katherine Youngberg in Seattle. She graduated from Foster High School and was a member of the ‘Purple Peppers’ pep club. Lillian earned her Bachelor’s Degree at WSC (now WSU) where she enjoyed Drama and being a ‘Rally Girl’. Lillian loved to Jitterbug (swing dance) at the Spanish Castle on Saturday nights. In 1949, she was a High School teacher when she married Dave Leonard, owner of Leonard Rexall Drug in Kent. Lillian and Dave were married 58 years until he passed away in 2007. They were deeply devoted and loving parents to their four children. Lillian also took great pleasure in cooking, the theater, hiking, skiing, and swimming at the cabin on Hood Canal. She stayed active with her longtime Kent Beta Sigma Phi group and greatly valued many lifetime friendships. Lillian is survived by her children, Diane (Marty Tullus, MD), Karen (Sam Platt), Jay, and Sandy (Robert Londo), Grandchildren Carmen (Tyler Williams), Katie (Ryan Reed), Lane Platt (Kelsey), Kristina Tullus, Kaiser and Hailey Londo, Great Grandsons Miles and Connor, in-laws Blaine and Shirley Leonard, cousin Dave Johnson, MD, and numerous nieces and nephews. Lillian’s long, well-lived life will be celebrated at a family gathering.


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