Martha Ann Leffel

Born in Louisville, KY on September 30, 1945

Departed on January 5, 2020 and resided in Greenbrier, TN

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    Martha Ann Leffel, age 74 of Greenbrier and formally of Louisville, Kentucky, passed away at Skyline Medical Center on January 5, 2020.

    She was born on September 30, 1945 to the late Fred and Linnie Pryor in Louisville, KY. Ann worked for 35 years as a Life Claims Examiner until her retirement. She loved to stay busy so she worked a few years at Walmart just to pass the time.

    Ann loved spending her days off with her two girls and grandchildren shopping or cooking their favorite dishes like Chicken and Dumplings and Apple Pie. When she wasn’t surrounded by her family you could find her cuddle up on the couch with Jake Man watching Court TV or talking on the phone with Betty and Jo Ann making plans for the Bingo Bandits next outing.

    Ann will be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend.

    Ann is survived by her loving daughters, Lorrie (John) Wolfe and Julie (Nicholas Phillips) Leffel; grandchildren Laura (Jesse) Massie, Matthew Wolfe, and Samantha (Will) Freibert; and great-grandson, Landon Adam Massie.

    The family request donations be made to the American Stroke Association or the American Heart Association.

    Ms. Leffel wishes were to be cremated with a service at a later date. Inurnment will take place at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, KY.

    These arrangements were entrusted to Springfield Memorial Gardens, Funeral Home and Cremation Center 4005 Memorial Blvd Springfield, TN 37172 615-384-5437

    6 Comments to Martha Ann Leffel

    1. Bob Helvey says:

      Rest In Peace Martha Ann. I knew her from high school before meeting my future wife, Marilyn. While at a family gathering I saw Martha Ann and asked her
      how she knew Marilyn. We’re cousins! Martha Ann and I both worked at Commonwealth Life Insurance. Sympathy to daughters Lorrie and Julie as well as the family.

    2. Joy Gray says:

      So sorry for the loss of your Mom Julie and Lorrie. I cannot imagine the loss. Thinking of all of you at this difficult time. Love and prayers, Joy.

    3. Vina Woodcock says:

      It was so good to see Ann at the wedding. She loved all of you so much. Words can not explain the pain I fill for all of you. Prayers for all of you at this time.

    4. Lynn Cloud Shanks says:

      Lorrie, Julie and family: I am so sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. She was my sister-in-law but was actually closer than a sister to me. She taught me so many things-not the least of which was you will NOT get food poisoning if you drink milk with your tuna fish sandwiches. We always had such fun together-especially after Christmas when Santa brought Lorrie Leffel Wolfe and Julie Phillips games and complicated game rules were needed to be learned so we could actually PLAY the games! She was well-loved and will be missed by all who knew and loved her. ❤️

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