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Leasa F. Perkins
September 28, 1964 - May 19, 2006

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Vinnie, Liz, Sonali, and Angelie AggarwalJames and Toni Lisenbe and family
Steve and Karen MitchellBrad & Georgia Witt
Jeanne BurtonJoanna E. Newman
Nyles & Kim BurgessRobin & Randy Smith
Thomas and Chris Adamik and FamilySkip & Lori Richter, Emily, Bethany, Rebekah,
Brooke MillsDonna Landry
Michael and Rhonda Mayfield and familyRobert L. Perkins


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By: Cecilia Crews May 29, 2006
Leasa was such a sweet person. She told me a story once about how she was praying for her husband even before she met him that he would be safe and Godly. I may not have all the details perfect, but I just wanted to share that. I thought that was so neat. She was so patient with her children. She was a Beautiful and Godly friend, wife and mother. She will be greatly missed.
By: Liz Aggarwal May 29, 2006
There are no words to express how much I love my beautiful, beautiful big sister. Though we shared many things, we often disagreed-- and,usually, she was right.

Growing up with her: Leasa was gentle, loyal, and protective. She was blessed with an amazing spirit that sparkled in her eyes and spilled over into her life-- the same sparkle that continues to shine in her children. She leaves behind a precious family and an enduring legacy of love.

Godspeed, Sis. Thank-you for the hugs, the caring, the cold feet, the tears, the laughter, the barbies, and so much more. I'm sorry we were both so stubborn; but I never doubted your love.

I'm so very proud of all that you accomplished in just 41 short years, and

I will always, always love you.
By: Steve and Karen Mitchell May 26, 2006
Dear Family,

Leasa was a good friend whom we are going to miss very much. She really cared for those around her and we all knew it. Her first love was Jesus and she shared that love wherever she went. Second only to Jesus was her love for her family. She loved all of you so very much and wanted the best for you. She didn't just preach her love, she lived it. She had a heart for the children around her. Anytime someone new came into the church she made sure to meet them, especially if they had children. She also brought her children and their friends to church every chance she got. She was a great teacher. She had a way of making even complicated things seem easy. Missing her is hard, but there is comfort in knowing that she is with our dear Lord Jesus Christ, whom she loved so much.

Our prayers will continue to be with and for each of you.

Love in Christ,

Steve and Karen Mitchell
By: Tina And Lincoln Johnson May 26, 2006
Even though we have not met any of you, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. May God fill you with peace and love.

Carnival Conquest Passengers

Aquaintances of Donna Landry
By: Jeanne Burton May 25, 2006
Although I have never met Leasa or her family, I am very close to her extended family of brother/sister in-laws and nieces and nephews. I just wanted you to know that I am praying for God's comfort to be so strong as he wraps his loving arms around each and everyone of you. I believe Leasa must have been a living example of Proverbs 31 and that is a witness that will forever touch many. May God truly watch over you and sustain you as you begin this new season of your life. Know that you are in many prayers by many people and always trust God to pull you through.
By: Randy and Robin Smith May 25, 2006
Leasa was a light shining upon everyone she met. She has stood as a role model for us as well as a teacher. Leasa loved her family so very much and we all loved her back for the person that she was. We will greatly miss her. Her life was completely centered around God, her faith, and her family. We will continue to always look up to Leasa, as we know she is watching over all of us now.

To Lisle, Justin, Stacee, Christian, Cameron, and Faye. We love you so much and you are all in our prayers.
By: Robert Perkins May 24, 2006
I am very proud to have had Leasa as a sister-in-law. She was a strong mother and a very loving wife to my brother, Lisle. She took care of her family and helped with others. Her strong conviction to God was above reproach. I will miss her dearly.
By: Shannon Harris May 24, 2006
Just want you all to know that we love you and are praying for each of you everyday! Leasa was an awesome mom and wife and what a role model to so many! She leaves an awesome legacy behind. I know she is up in heaven smiling down on each of you! Please know we are here if you need anything at all. You will always be family to me.

In His love,

By: Donna Landry May 24, 2006
Although I did not get to meet Leasa, I can see that she must have been a wonderful women. I beleive that God put me in the right place at the right time when I was priviledged to meet the family. I was on board the Carnival Conquest when I passed a crying child in the hallway. I was devastated to hear him say that his Mom had passed away. I feel very fortunate to have been there to hug the children and show them love from a stranger. My heart goes out to all of you in this time of difficulty. You all have been in my thoughts and prayers. As a family, your strength and Love for the Lord will help you through the rest of your lives. Be Blessed! Love, Donna Landry
By: Brad & Georgia Witt May 24, 2006
Leasa always reminds us of a Proverbs 31 woman. Her outward beauty, a reflection of the Spirit of God within her. Whenever we’d run into Lisle & Leasa, regardless of how much time had passed since our last encounter, it was like greeting family. Leasa’s gracious smile was always such a warm hello. We’d talk of what we’d been doing, families, fond remembrances, and then usually laugh aloud over the Andy Hardy or Deanna Durbin movies we all enjoy so much. This world is colder with Leasa now home with our Lord Jesus, but our hearts will always bask in the warmth of her imprint upon our lives. “Strength and honour [are] her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to come. She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue [is] the law of kindness. She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness. Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband [also], and he praiseth her.” Lisle, we love you and the kids�you are in our prayers and we are here for you always.
By: Brooke Mills May 24, 2006
My best friend, confidant, & second mother to my son. I could not have asked for a more spritually uplifting best friend. She gave me the courage keep trusting in God for my direction. As a single parent, at that time, she gave us all the love & support we could have asked for during good & bad times. God placed me across from her in 1994 & changed my life forever. I know that she would say God has a plan that we just do not understand or feel good about right now so just keep seeking his will for our lives. We miss her & always will, but would not have traded a minute of the time we spent together. My love goes out to Lisle, Justin, Stacee, Christian, & Kameron with the peace from God that passes all understanding.
By: Linda Guynes May 23, 2006
Leasa was one of God's most beloved daughters. She was the wife and mother most of us only imagine we could ever be. To me, she was a beloved friend. To my children, Micah and Corrie, she was the Sunday School teacher who walked on water and loved them unconditionally.

Today I'm having a hard time understanding all of this and why she left us so suddenly. But I am forever grateful for having known her kindness...experienced her beauty...and observed as she daily leaned on Jesus. Faye, you did a great job of instilling such a great passion for the Lord in her.

To Lisle and the kids, God truly loaned you one of His crown jewels and she will forever shine through each of you.

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