LeeAnn Mary Lansdowne
May 6, 1959 - November 4, 2019
Surrounded by her children, Whitney Wladyka and Welland Wladyka and with her partner of 18 years Dave Krawczyk, who loved her with all their hearts, LeeAnn Lansdowne, 60, daughter of the late Mary Bernice Lansdowne, and Peter Marley Lansdowne, passed away quietly at the Headwaters Health Care Centre Hospital in Orangeville, on Monday, November 4, 2019 at 1:10 pm.
LeeAnn will be sadly missed by her beloved children, Whitney Wladyka, Welland Wladyka (Leanne) and Dave Krawczyk, her loving partner of many years. She is also survived by two Grandchildren, Ella and Claira Wladyka. She will also be missed by her sisters Lisa Lansdowne-Higgins (Graham), Kayla Lansdowne, her brother Peter Lansdowne (Daisy), her nephew Zachary Higgins, her niece Courtney Lansdowne, her Aunts, Roseann Williams, Irene MacDonald and all the extended cousins across her family.
LeeAnn has the biggest heart of anyone you know and she welcomed everyone with open arms. She made everyone in her path feel loved and cared for. LeeAnn is the most outgoing, positive person who lights up the room when she enters. Her laughter and love of life was contagious. She is the one person in life who is the biggest fan and cheerleader, cheering her heart and soul out for family and friends. She is the one you hear over everyone else in the crowd, pushing you forward to be the best you could be. She dreamed big and took big risks. LeeAnn made friends easily and was a joy to be with. Her friendships and love lasted a lifetime, keeping in touch with many.
LeeAnn always did everything for everyone else, she never hesitated to help anyone to work through the difficult times, but was the first to celebrate important milestones and achievements. She was the heart of our family who held us together, like her Mother, she never faultered in her love for family and friends. She was an amazing Mother and Grandmother who loved her children and Grandchildren with all her heart. Her heart always had room for one more. Her love for Dave, her partner was deep and evident to all around them.
She was the outgoing, positive risk taker we always imagined we could be.
LeeAnn will be missed by everyone, but we know we are the richer for having had her in our lives.
To celebrate her life, friends and family will be received on Thursday, November 7, 2019 between 5-9pm at the Wards Funeral Home, 52 Main Street South, Brampton, ON, to be followed by funeral services on Friday, November 8, 2019 starting at 2:30pm, at the Ward Funeral Home Chapel.