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HYMEN, Leah Marie
HYMEN, Leah Marie Born September 26, 1971 in St. George, Utah and entered into heaven November 4, 2013 in Chadron, Nebraska. Leah was raised in Lancaster, Calif. and has lived in Phoenix, Ariz., Morrill and Chadron, Neb., which she dearly loved. Those remaining on earth include her loving children, son Colin and daughters Casaundra and Carah and stepchildren Crystal and Michael; parents Cheral and Kenneth Hymen; sisters: Wendi (Michael) Nichols and Donna Weber; grandmother Marcia; nephew Brian (Kacy); nieces: Mandie (Julian) and Mindy; aunt Margaret (Bob) Kathy; Uncle John (Earlene); grand niece Sophie; close friends Trica, Sandy and Dale and many cousins and second cousins. Leah is now with her oldest son Sean David, nephew Stephen Michael, great grandparents Frank and Wanda King, Adrian and Marie Hymen, uncle Gary and cousin Kevin. Leah helped others by serving as a Parent Partner, she loved to rescue cats and to serve those in need. We will all remember her pretty smile and her fun laugh. We love you Leah, God Bless. The funeral mass will be held at Saint Patrick's Catholic Church 340 Cedar St. Chadron, Neb. Friday November 8 at 11 am, with interment to follow at Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Friends of Pets or the SIDS Foundation. Send donations to Chamberlain Chapel P. O. Box 970 Chadron, NE 69337. Chamberlain Chapel of Chadron is in charge of arrangements. 308-432-3344 www.chamberlainchapel.com For those friends of Leah in the Antelope Valley, a memorial service is being planned. Watch this column for an announcement.

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