80. Lester Don Leishman1 was born on 23 Dec 1910 in Logan,
Cache, UT. He died on 2 Mar 1991 in Logan, Cache, UT.
DEATH RECORD: Social Security Death Index.
Lester Don Leishman and Dolores
Lewis were married on 19 Oct 1936. Dolores
Lewis1 was born on 21
Aug 1915 in Lewiston, Cache, UT. She died on 28 Feb 2000 in Logan,
Cache, UT. She was buried on 4 Mar 2000 in Logan, Cache, UT.
OBITUARY: Logan Herald-Journal, 1 Mar 2000; Dolores Lewis Leishman passed away
in the Logan Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Feb. 28, 2000, of natural causes.
She was born Aug. 21, 1915, in Lewiston, Utah, the youngest of 10 children of
Joseph Henry and Mary Bodella Jensen Lewis. She was raised in Lewiston, Utah,
until she was 5 years old. Then the family moved to Logan. They moved to Arizona
for several years, then back to Richmond, Utah, where she attended and graduated
from Cache County schools. She worked at The Bluebird for a number of years.
She married Lester Don Leishman on Oct. 19, 1936. They were married for 55
years at the time of his passing in 1991. They lived in Logan all of their married
life. Dolores was a faithful member of the LDS Church. She was a beautiful
seamstress and she loved to sew for her only child,Carol Dee, her patrons and
friends. She was adevoted wife and mother, giving all of her time and energy
to the family. She enjoyed teaching her three granddaughters to sew. She was
very patient and understanding with them. They were a great source of joy to
her. Dolores was preceded in death by her husband, Lester, and all of her nine
brothers and sisters. Dolores will be missed by all who knew her, especially
her close-knit family. She is survived by her daughter, Farrell (Carol Dee)
Petersen, Hyrum, Utah; and her three granddaughters, Colin (Mary Leisa) Moore,
Riverton, Utah, David (Deborah Leigh) Gubler, Smithfield, Utah, and Dirk (Kathryn
Deniese) Murray, Bozeman, Mont. Her five great grandchildren are: Christopher
and Benjamin Moore, Daniel and Shann Leigh Gubler, and Brennan Murray. Graveside
servies will be held at noon on Saturday, Mar. 4 in the Logan City Cemetery.