Leticia Michelle Leal, 56 of Wichita, Kansas went to be with to be with Jesus her Lord and Savior on January 10, in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Leticia, “Tisha” or “Letty” was born in Newton, Kansas on June 2, 1964 where she grew up and later moved to Wichita. She loved Jesus and people with all she had and was a devoted person all around. She loved her family and friends tremendously, she loved anything outdoors and had a great ear for music. Most of all she enjoyed her family, especially her 17 grandchildren doing crafts, making road trips and or playing video games just to spend time with them and making them feel like they were all that mattered, she had a way about her that made you feel like you were her #1. She also loved serving, she was a nurse by trade and she sacrificially gave her life to saving others. She is our hero, and she will be forever missed.
Leticia is preceded in death by her (parents) Juanita Leal, Andrew Mendoza, Robert Gutierrez, (brother) Joseph Leal, (granddaughter) Camila Pando-Hymer, (grandson) Victor L. Trudo
Letica is survived by her (children) Erica and John Wilson, Angel Christina Pando, Lydia “Sammy” Pando, Aaron and Maria Hernandez, (brothers and sisters) Rita Chavez, Teresa Jaso, Anthony Leal, Richard Leal, Hope Leal, Mary Jones, Nicolas Mendoza, Felicitas Espinoza (grandchildren) Mia, Tristen, Italia, Zander, Lilli Marcel, Letty, Lilly, Gabriel, Arely, Andrew, Aliyah, Chapo, Vicente, Gianna, and Ean and many , cousins, nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.
The family of Leticia wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the medical teams in MICU and STICU at Atruim Main in Charlotte, North Carolina.
In lieu of flowers please send donations to The Down Syndrome Society.
Visitation will be 12-2pm Wednesday, January 13 at Gaskin Funeral 14617 Lawyers Road #B Matthews, North Carolina 28104
Visitation will be 6-8pm Friday, January 15 at Downing & Lahey, 6555 E. Central Wichita, Kansas 67206
Funeral Services will be held graveside, officiating Pastor is Bob Sloniker at 11am Saturday, January 16 in Newton, Kansas at Saint Mary’s Cemetery.