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Ken, Tina and Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. We will always remember the bright, cheerful young girl who played guitar and sang at Greg's a few years back. She is now in heaven with John and Libby, finally free! Dawn's pre-school, The Shanahan Learning Center will be making a donation in Leah's name to Children's Hospital. Keep the faith. Love, Brian, Dawn, Jarrod and Derek Shanahan


Posted by: A friend   Nov 29, 2012

So sorry to hear about your beautfiul daughter Leah, gone so soon but love never goes, she will be there with you, today tomorrow and eternally. My heart breaks for you all. Our David will make a special place next to him and look after her, I know it. God Bless you all and keep you safe
Maggie (Team Adkins) London UK


Posted by: Maggie Crowe - London   Nov 22, 2012

I have never met a girl who could make me sob and smile and the same time. Her spirit will be missed by all and a donation has been made in her honor to Children's Hospital Boston.


Posted by: Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hakenson - Westford, MA   Nov 14, 2012

Ken and Tina, I remember Leah as a little girl and that her name reminded me of Liana's. I can only imagine what a painful this time was for you and pray for your strength. I know you shared great joy as a family and hope those memories will bring you comfort. My thoughts and love are with you. Diana Harotian


Posted by: A friend   Nov 12, 2012

I didn't know Leah or any of you, but seeing her beautiful smile I had to express my sincere sympathy for your loss. She is an angel now watching over all of you. May memories bring you some comfort and eventual peace.


Posted by: A friend   Nov 09, 2012

Love you Leah! A beautiful service in your honor! you have obviously made such an impact on the world!


Posted by: Christine Vencis - Haverhill, MA   Nov 07, 2012

Hi Leah,

I just wanted to say thanks for everything. You were a truly amazing person. I'll never forget you. Never. <3>


Posted by: A friend   Nov 07, 2012

Leah and I met one of the first days at Quinnipiac Univeristy. We were online for the induction ceremony and we realized we were in the same psychology class. Our friendship grew from there and we became inseparable. So many memories from TGIF trips with new people to make more friends, to the spoons and breakfast, to evaluation of dance, to our late night talks/study sessions. When leah left our friendship continued to grow and I am so happy/honored to

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Posted by: Danielle Scanlon - Hamden, CT - Best Friend   Nov 06, 2012

Hi Le,
Today was your funeral and I cannot tell you how proud I am to have known you. You saved my life in so many ways. You taught me how to be strong, and for that I am forever thankful. You have changed so many lives around you and you will never be forgotten. It's never goodbye, it's I'll see you later. Save a spot up there for me next to you. I'll bring cupcake mix:)
Love you to the moon and back.
Always,
Raven


Posted by: Raven Feltus    Nov 06, 2012

Ken and family,

We are so sorry to hear about Leah's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you during this difficult time.

John and Doreen Salamone


Posted by: John Salamone - Sherborn, MA - Friend   Nov 06, 2012