Leigh-a Lesley Campbell
The morning of Saturday, February 13, 2021 was the last time I saw my princess Leigh-a, if I knew then that would be the last time I would speak to my girl I think I would say more than give me another rip girl. Those that knew her knew she liked to smoke her weed. I would tell her how proud I was to be her Dad. She went as far as following me to get potatoes for her mom walking to superstore at 5 years old to carrying a dresser at Kings Moving where she worked with me as a mover. I don’t think she knew how big her heart truly was. She was always the first one out the door and the last one back anytime one of her siblings were missing or in trouble. Lesley was the kind of person that would question authority why? How come? Who? She was always joking with her brothers and sisters and she had a quick wit and could really dish it out just couldn’t take it. For a small person she would take on the biggest person in the room fearless against all odds. Leigh-a Lesley, sister, auntie, cousin, niece, friend and daughter. I know to a few certain people she was Bro. However you know her she always connected to different people in different ways across the country. You shared a special bond between the two of you across the country. Cherish that bond that you’ve had with her, love, hold it close and she will always be with you. If you ask me who do I think Leigh-a way I would tell you she was the best biggest little sister to her younger brothers and sisters. She was a bug to her older ones. She was an amazing auntie to her niece and nephew but most of all she was an unbelievable daughter and a splitting image to her mother Lisa. Whenever you look into those fiery green eyes you saw her love, her anger, her pain and her happiness. Her eyes could tell you the emotion she was feeling that day. Lesley leaves behind older brothers, Alexander, Connor and Mitchell; her one older sister, Athena. All of whom will be bugged that she is not here to bug them anymore. You all spent time watching over her and now it’s her turn to watch over you. She also leaves behind younger brothers, Desmond Jr., Maximus and Cash. Younger sisters, Dezarae and Sony-Rain all of who she will continue to watch over.
A come and go Funeral will be held The Chapel 610 Selkirk Ave on Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 12:00 p.m. through until 10:00 p.m. with the immediate family only from 12-4 p.m. after this the public can attend until 9;00 p.m.
COVID RULES APPLY WITH ONLY TEN ALLOWED AT ANYTIME AND NO GATHERING IN FRONT OF THE BUILDING.
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