Lisa Marlene Leonard
National City, Michigan
January 20, 1964 - August 28, 2020
Private family services will be held at a later date.
Lisa Marlene Leonard, age 56 years, of National City, Michigan passed away unexpectedly August 28, 2020 at her home.
Lisa was born January 20, 1964 in Flint, Michigan to the late William and Frances Louise (Hallbeck) Cornelison. She was an adventurous person who enjoyed her family and close friends, and most of all her dog, Abby Lou and her cat Lucy.
Lisa is survived by her daughter, Jamie (Joshua) Switzer; three grandchildren, Gabriel, Dillon, Harlow; three siblings, Steven Johnson, Dawn Duckworth and Andy Cornelison; several nieces and nephews; and numerous friends. Lisa was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Dennis, and parents William and Frances; sister, Vicki Harris; and brother, Rick Duckworth.
To Lisa's family,
So sorry for your loss. Lisa was a great person.
— Deb & Rhonda
Lisa was my dad's neighbor for many years and she was very kind to him. Condolences to her family and friends.
— JUDI RANNEY
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Love you all very much!
— The Snavely Family
So very sorry to hear of Lisa's passing. Prayers for her and her family at this difficult time.
— Marcia Lesinski
Rest in Peace Lisa. I will miss seeing you.
— Sue Bowns
My thoughts and prayers are with Lisa's family and friends! She was an amazing beautiful lady and will be deeply missed! RIP beautiful lady!
— Janeen Clark
I'll never forget your beautiful smile. Rest in peace ♥️
That smile would light up a room.. my prayers and thoughts go out to her family and our town lost a very special woman. She will be in our hearts and never forgotten...rip Lisa
— Kija Smith
Our deepest sympathy and prayers are with Lisa's daughter Jamie, and Lisa's family and friends.
My first time meeting Lisa was when her daughter Jamie came to our house to stay the night with our daughter. Lisa came in to meet us when she brought her over. Right away I could see she was a kind and caring person. From then on any time I saw Lisa she greeted me with her beautiful smile and a hug. She always took time to ask how the family was doing and share what was happening in her life. She was the kind of person that you wanted to know and be friends with. Even if it was just visiting while she was ringing you up at Kochers, she always took that time to make you feel important to her. I was thrilled when I got in line at Rogers and there was Lisa! She looked at me and under her mask was smiling that beautiful smile that made her eyes smile and said "I'm back!" We hugged over the conveyer belt. It was great to see her and to get a hug.
All those who knew her were blessed.
RIP sweet Lisa, you'll be greatly missed
— Betty Charles
The Munger family sends are love and condolences, prayers for the family!
— Sarah Munger