Leonie Marie Arsenault

June 19, 1943 - June 19, 2006

06/19/1943 - 06/19/2006

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Visitation
Tuesday June 20, 2006
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions
Service
Thursday June 22, 2006
7:30 pm
Church Of The Ascension Catholic Church
4853 Princess Anne Rd.
Virginia Beach, VA
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LEONIE M. ARSENAULT

VIRGINIA BEACH- Leonie Marie Arsenault, 63, passed away on her birthday, June 19, 2006. She was an X-ray technician for Virginia Beach General Hospital. She was also a beloved member of Boardwalk Sounds Chorus.

Ms. Arsenault is survived by her sister, Sister Irene Arsenault, D.W.; and a dear friend, Joyce Lee Johnson.

A Mass of Resurrection will be held at Church of the Ascension Catholic Church on Thursday, June 22, 2006 at 7:30pm with Rev. James E. Parke officiating.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society at 2730 Ellsmere Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 23513.

Condolences may be shared with the family at altmeyer.com

Altmeyer Funeral Home, Southside Chapel 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach, is in charge of the arrangements.

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Beth Chambers
7 years ago

During the sermon, Father Parke, spoke about Leeís professional work ethic, her sense of humor and her keen ability to know how to join the two. I only knew Lee for just over two years, but it occurred to me that thatís exactly how she carried herself during chorus. To me, Lee was riser cop. When Sheila was directing, Lee made sure that Sheila was given 100% respect. Your eyes were focused forward, face had a smile, body was in perfect position, no gum or candy and donít even think about talking on the risers. But, then when we werenít singing, Lee would flip the switch to silly mode. She always had something funny to say or she would do something silly. Or she would tell stories about a Sweet Adeline episode, which would just leave you in tears. Lee played a major role in why I kept coming back week after week. I enjoyed singing w/Lee, I respected her professionalism and I loved her zany sense of humor. Goodbye Lee, I love you!

Marianne Frost
7 years ago

I remember Lee as always having a smile on her face, she liked to laugh and have fun. Lee will be dearly missed.

Andrew and Katheryn Huff
7 years ago

Lee was a truly unique and wonderful person. She had such a great sense of humor and I can’t remember a conversation with her that didn’t include a great deal of laughter. We also enjoyed her views on everything from music to politics. Most of all, we just liked knowing Lee–she was such a tremendous person.

We feel so lucky that she was our friend and we will treasure our memories of her.

Debbie Lawrence
7 years ago

Lee was a very special lady. She was one of the first people I met when I began singing with Sweet Adelines. Lee never did anything by half-measures, and that included her music. She loved her music, and that love was contagious.

I just want to say “Thank You, Lee” for everything you taught me.

We love you and we will miss you.

Susan Huff
7 years ago

Lee was a wonderfull kind-hearted person who will be missed greatly.

I will miss her constant Allo-Allo as she answered the phone and all the wonderful times we shared in our extened family. We’re really gonna miss you Leonie.

Love, John and Susan

SUE GIBBONS
7 years ago

SOME PEOPLE COME INTO OUR LIVES AND QUICKLY GO

OTHERS STAY AWHILE AND LEAVE FOOTPRINTS ON OUR HEARTS

AND WE ARE NEVER EVER THE SAME!

LEE CAME INTO MY LIFE AND FILLED A SPACE LEFT BY MY MOTHER AND I ONCE AGAIN WAS ABLE TO LAUGH AND SMILE.

I WILL MISS YOU, BUT THANK THE LORD FOR BRINGING YOU INTO MY LIFE.

GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN.