Glendora Lou Leffler

Glendora Lou Leffler, 81, of Shelbyville, passed away March 4, 2017 at her residence. She was born March 8, 1935
in Shelbyville, to Howard and Lulu (Stewart) Kuhn. She married Robert C. Lawson in 1951 and he gave his life
for his country in 1952 during the Korean War.

Survivors include children: Todd Leffler (wife Crissy) of Shelbyville, Scott Leffler (wife Reva) of Bronson, FL.,
Mike Leffler (wife Jackie) of Sidney, OH., Jack Leffler (wife Dale) of Sidney, and Mark Leffler of Worthington Springs, FL.
Nine grandchildren- Brittany, TJ, Josh, Chad, Amber, Brandon, & Nikki Leffler, Janell Dill and Jennifer Holthaus, and
16 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, spouse, daughter- Marna Leffler, granddaughter-
Vanessa Leffler, and several brothers and sisters.

She was a lifetime Shelbyville resident and had been a factory worker at KCL for 20 years, retiring in 1994. She attended
Shelbyville High School.

Glendora enjoyed helping people, volunteering at the local hospice store, (which she did for several years), and swinging on
her front porch swing. She loved her grandchildren, and great grandchildren, and Spike, her dog.

Funeral services will be held at Glenn E. George & Son Funeral Home, 437 Amos Road, on Wednesday, March 8, 2017
at 2:00 PM. Visitation will be from 12 noon until time of service. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville.

Donations can be made to Glendora Leffler Memorial Fund in care of the funeral home

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Athalia Cherry wrote on March 8, 2017 at 3:16 pm:
Glendora was a wonderful person was always kind to me and my children. She would help any one. She will be missed.
Libby Campbell wrote on March 7, 2017 at 9:43 pm:
Aunt Glendora was so good to me. I will always be grateful for the love and care she showed me and my brother when we were little and living with her and Uncle Jack in Walkerville after our mom and dad divorced. She let me live with her again as a teenager on Taylor Street I think. I remember helping her do laundry with the wringer washer, her homemade noodles (she must have learned Grandma Kuhn's recipe!) I moved away from Shelbyville at 18 but whenever I came back to visit I looked her up. She was always glad to see me and made me feel welcome. Love you, Aunt Glen. Libby
The Batts wrote on March 7, 2017 at 1:24 am:
Mark and Josh we will be thinking of you both. Just remember that she isn't suffering anymore and will be up there watching over everyone.