In memory of
Leann Doud
In memory of
Leann Doud
Leann Jennie Doud 1954 ~ 2021 It is with immense sadness that we announce the passing of our wife, mother, sister, and daughter, Leann Jennie Doud, on May 12th, 2021, following a brave battle with cancer. Leann was predeceased by her mother, Dene Temple, sister, Brenda Temple, and precious friend, Robert "Bobby" Laidlaw. She is survived by her husband, Patrick, children, Dellas (Shiloh) Poncelet, Chell (Natasha) Doud, Andie (Jeff) Littlejohn, and Whitney Doud; her grandchildren, Niklas and Hannah Poncelet, Walker, Colter, Katie, and Rachel Doud, Alex and Thomas Littlejohn, and Cruz and Carter Debruyne; her brothers, Jerry (Joyce) Temple, Greg (Tara) Temple, Blair (Susan) Temple, Darwin (Carol) Temple, and Troy (Melinda) Temple; and her dear papa, Donald (Doreen) Temple. She also leaves behind many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Leann was a cherished member of many communities, including Gladmar, Lake Alma, Beaubier, Maxim, and Radville. Her strength, work ethic, and sense of humour were undeniable. Leann worked hard and loved hard. When she wasn't working one of her many jobs, helping Patrick with the farm, or feeding hunters and gravel crews, she could often be found in the company of good friends. Leann was an excellent ball player, hockey player, and poker player, and was as fun-loving as she was competitive. The door was always open and coffee was always on in the Doud house - and often Leann could be found in the kitchen, bringing family, friends, and neighbours together for a delicious meal. Leann was an especially amazing grandma who loved her children and grandchildren more than anything in the world. Leann was a woman of faith, and even during hard times her resilience and positive attitude was something to be admired. Most of all, Leann loved her Patrick with all her heart - he was her favourite person and the great love of her life. Leann was a beautiful soul - witty, kind, smart, and tough - and she will be missed dearly by all who knew and loved her. Due to the current health restrictions there will not be a service at this time, but the family greatly appreciates your thoughts and prayers and hopes that there may be a celebration of life down the road. Finally, we would like to thank the Allan Blair Cancer Centre, Weyburn Pharmasave, Radville Home Care, Fletcher's Funeral Chapel, and the many friends, family, and community members who have offered so much love and support these past months. Donations in memory of Leann may be made to Radville Marian Health Centre Auxiliary (Activity Fund). Condolences may be left at:www.fletcherfuneralchapel.com. Services In Care Of Fletcher Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services, Weyburn, Saskatchewan, 1-306-842-5432
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Fletcher Funeral Chapel
237 - 4th Street North East
Weyburn, SK S4H0Y4
In memory of
Leann Doud
Leann Jennie Doud 1954 ~ 2021 It is with immense sadness that we announce the passing of our wife, mother, sister, and daughter, Leann Jennie Doud, on May 12th, 2021, following a brave battle with cancer. Leann was predeceased by her mother, Dene Temple, sister, Brenda Temple, and precious friend, Robert "Bobby" Laidlaw. She is survived by her husband, Patrick, children, Dellas (Shiloh) Poncelet, Chell (Natasha) Doud, Andie (Jeff) Littlejohn, and Whitney Doud; her grandchildren, Niklas and Hannah Poncelet, Walker, Colter, Katie, and Rachel Doud, Alex and Thomas Littlejohn, and Cruz and Carter Debruyne; her brothers, Jerry (Joyce) Temple, Greg (Tara) Temple, Blair (Susan) Temple, Darwin (Carol) Temple, and Troy (Melinda) Temple; and her dear papa, Donald (Doreen) Temple. She also leaves behind many beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Leann was a cherished member of many communities, including Gladmar, Lake Alma, Beaubier, Maxim, and Radville. Her strength, work ethic, and sense of humour were undeniable. Leann worked hard and loved hard. When she wasn't working one of her many jobs, helping Patrick with the farm, or feeding hunters and gravel crews, she could often be found in the company of good friends. Leann was an excellent ball player, hockey player, and poker player, and was as fun-loving as she was competitive. The door was always open and coffee was always on in the Doud house - and often Leann could be found in the kitchen, bringing family, friends, and neighbours together for a delicious meal. Leann was an especially amazing grandma who loved her children and grandchildren more than anything in the world. Leann was a woman of faith, and even during hard times her resilience and positive attitude was something to be admired. Most of all, Leann loved her Patrick with all her heart - he was her favourite person and the great love of her life. Leann was a beautiful soul - witty, kind, smart, and tough - and she will be missed dearly by all who knew and loved her. Due to the current health restrictions there will not be a service at this time, but the family greatly appreciates your thoughts and prayers and hopes that there may be a celebration of life down the road. Finally, we would like to thank the Allan Blair Cancer Centre, Weyburn Pharmasave, Radville Home Care, Fletcher's Funeral Chapel, and the many friends, family, and community members who have offered so much love and support these past months. Donations in memory of Leann may be made to Radville Marian Health Centre Auxiliary (Activity Fund). Condolences may be left at:www.fletcherfuneralchapel.com. Services In Care Of Fletcher Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services, Weyburn, Saskatchewan, 1-306-842-5432
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