Leta June LeClaire

Resided in Rock, MI
Died June 25, 2018

Leta June LeClaire, age 84, of Rock, MI, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family early Monday morning, June 25, 2018 at Christian Park Village in Escanaba, MI.

Leta was born June 26,1933 in Campbell, MO. The daughter of Cyril and Mozella (Case) Polsgrove. After she moved with her family to Flint, MI, she graduated from Utley High School in 1951. She married Jimmy Lacy on October 28, 1951. Together they had two sons and a daughter. After his death, she met and married Gerald LeClaire on November 30, 1963. They had two daughters and raised five children together in Flushing, MI.

She had numerous occupations, two of which were being employed by the American Red Cross of Michigan and Bay Valley Home Healthcare. Upon retirement, Leta and Gerald moved to Rock, MI in 1986.

She treasured spending time with her grandchildren. She also enjoyed her rose gardens, painting, was an exceptional cook, and an avid reader. She was a member of the Red Hat Society and a weekly Bridge Club.

Leta is survived by:
1 Son: Jimmy (Kathy) Lacy of Abilene, TX
3 Daughters: Marsha (Lee) Tarrant of Clearfield, UT
Debra (Blayne) Marsh of Davison, MI
Renee (Kevin) Westlund of Rock, MI
1 Sister: Barbara Modlin of Florissant, MO
Numerous Grandchildren, Great and Great-Great Grandchildren

In addition to her husband, Gerald, Leta is preceded in death by:
First Husband: Jimmy Lacy
Son: Robert Lacy
Infant GrandDaughter: Jennifer Lacy
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Kasey Roell and the entire staff at Christian Park Village for their superb care and compassion.

Private services will be held at the convenience of the family. Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting the LeClaire family.

4 Tributes for “Leta June LeClaire

    So sorry to hear of this. May the Lord hold you all in his arms again. Knowing they are together again will bring comfort. May God bless her and may she Rest In Peace.

    I worked with Leta at the American Red Cross in the 70s she was a strong, nice lady. I remember helping cook for one of her children’s weddings in Flushing with a couple of other people from the Red Cross, we had a good time. I ended up with her job in the records department a couple years after she left. My condolences to her family.

    I am so very sorry to hear of Letas passing. She was a wonderful person ans I have many happy memories of her. I had no idea that Gerald had died as well. They were truly a wonderful couple and I am very glad to has known them both.

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