OBITUARY

Leah Mae Majercin

FEBRUARY 9, 1932 – OCTOBER 6, 2018
Obituary of Leah Mae Majercin

Leah Mae Majercin, 86, formerly of Danville, Illinois, passed away on October 6,/2018

She was born February 9, 1932, the youngest of 9 children, to William and Mary Roscoe, in Alvin, Illinois. It was here in Illinois where she met her husband, Norman “Mike” Majercin. In the 1960’s they moved to Scottsdale, Arizona where they resided and raised their 4 children. She was totally dedicated to her children in all aspects of their lives. Her greatest passion in life was being with her family. She loved spending time with family during the holidays, cooking her famous chicken and noodles or meatloaf, solving crossword puzzles, and playing her favorite game, bingo. Leah was a unique and caring person who touched the lives of all who knew her.

Leah was known as “Grandma” to her 15 grandchildren, and 27 great grandchildren. Her devotion to her grandchildren was evident in the love she gave them. Her kind nature and loving spirit has passed down to her next generation of grandkids and great grandkids.

Leah is predeceased by her husband Mike Majercin. She is survived by her 4 children, Belinda Johnson, Brad Majercin, William and Donna Majercin, Barry and Alicia Majercin, 15 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren.

An intimate graveside memorial will take place at Green Acres Cemetery on Sunday, October 14 at 11:00 am. Special thanks to the nurses and staff at Brookdale Chandler Rehabilitation Center for their incredible dedication and care given to Leah Majercin.

Doreen Fox

October 9, 2018

Mrs. Majercin, Grandma or Gorgeous as I often referred to Leah was one special lady in not only my life but so many others. So many wonderful memories over 45 years+ that I will hold close to my heart. I anxiously waited for our Family Easter Celebration at Bill and Donna's each year, knew Grandma would make her tasty Chicken and Noodles, they were the best!! Leah was a great Mom, Grandma and Great Grandma and will be missed dearly by everyone. The pain and hurt of missing Leah feels softened knowing she's so happy to be back with her loving husband, Mike. To all the Majercin's when you look towards the sky and see two bright stars know it's Leah and Mike watching over you all. 
Sending hugs and love, Martin and Doreen

FROM THE FAMILY
Doreen Fox

October 9, 2018

Mrs. Majercin, Grandma or Gorgeous as I often referred to Leah was one special lady in not only my life but so many others. So many wonderful memories over 45 years+ that I will hold close to my heart. I anxiously waited for our Family Easter Celebration at Bill and Donna's each year, knew Grandma would make her tasty Chicken and Noodles, they were the best!! Leah was a great Mom, Grandma and Great Grandma and will be missed dearly by everyone. The pain and hurt of missing Leah feels softened knowing she's so happy to be back with her loving husband, Mike. To all the Majercins when you look towards the sky and see two bright stars know it's Leah and Mike watching over you all. 
Sending hugs and love, Martin and Doreen