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Lessie Leatte Kerns
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Lessie L. Kerns Lessie Leatte Chavis Kerns, 78, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Thursday, August 30, 2012, in Winchester Medical Center. Mrs. Kerns was born in 1933 in North Carolina, the daughter of the late Bessie Chavis. She was a Psychiatric Technician with Winchester Medical Center having served for 18 years retiring in 1999. Mrs. …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
We are here today, to say goodbye. With our family and our friends To mourn the loss of one we love, But this is not the end Although all of us will miss you, This Christian family knows While we are here to say goodbye, Jesus Christ has said "Hello" "For to be absent from this life" Paul said "Is to be present with the Lord" And those of us who loved you most know this is your reward But, from the moment in which you left us, You were placed in his embrace For accepting him as Savior, Your reward for this...is Grace "For eye has not seen, nor ear has heard, The things he has in store" We know that you are with him now In a place, with so much more A new life has been given you, He has restored again your soul And forever, you will be with him When you heard him say..."Hello"
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I worked with Leaette (the way she spelled it at work) for all of the years she was at the Behavioral Health Services. I taught the Psychiatic Technician Class and she was a "STAR" pupil. She took great care of our patients and we never had to worry about something not getting done when Leaette worked the shift. She and I spent time together working short-staffed during blizzards and during the time that the hospital moved and left us at the old building. There was always a rhythm that was established between folks that absolutely know what they were doing--and it was there with Leaette. She made working for a living much more satisfying!!! Rest well dear friend. Lea Palmer Hoak
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Aunt Bootsie, I loved you so much. You were a real Southern Lady. I loved your sense of humor, you made me laugh so many times. Until we meet again Dixie Gregory Simmons
Sharon Smith left a message on September 3, 2012:
We are here today, to say goodbye. With our family and our friends To mourn the loss of one we love, But this is not the end Although all of us will miss you, This Christian family knows While we are here to say goodbye, Jesus Christ has said "Hello" "For to be absent from this life" Paul said "Is to be present with the Lord" And those of us who loved you most know this is your reward But, from the moment in which you left us, You were placed in his embrace For accepting him as Savior, Your reward for this...is Grace "For eye has not seen, nor ear has heard, The things he has in store" We know that you are with him now In a place, with so much more A new life has been given you, He has restored again your soul And forever, you will be with him When you heard him say..."Hello"
Jason Arnold left a message on September 6, 2012:
In honor of Lessie Leatte Kerns, Jason Arnold lit a candle.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Lea Palmer Hoak left a message on September 7, 2012:
I worked with Leaette (the way she spelled it at work) for all of the years she was at the Behavioral Health Services. I taught the Psychiatic Technician Class and she was a "STAR" pupil. She took great care of our patients and we never had to worry about something not getting done when Leaette worked the shift. She and I spent time together working short-staffed during blizzards and during the time that the hospital moved and left us at the old building. There was always a rhythm that was established between folks that absolutely know what they were doing--and it was there with Leaette. She made working for a living much more satisfying!!! Rest well dear friend. Lea Palmer Hoak
Dixie Gregory Simmons left a message on September 8, 2012:
Aunt Bootsie, I loved you so much. You were a real Southern Lady. I loved your sense of humor, you made me laugh so many times. Until we meet again Dixie Gregory Simmons
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