Sirmans, Leslie

Leslie Jean Sirmans

May 19, 1956 - October 13, 2020

Leslie Jean Sirmans of McKinney, Texas passed away October 13, 2020 at the age of 64.  She was born on May 19, 1956 to William Wallace Sirmans and Eleanor Margaret Sullivan in Coronado, California. Leslie grew up in a military family settling in Fort Valley, Georgia where she graduated from Peach County High School in 1974 and went on to attended Macon State University. She worked as a computer programmer most of her professional life. Leslie loved animals and in her spare time she enjoyed sewing and doing cross stitch. She married Michael Dean Blair on January 18, 2008 in McKinney, Texas. Leslie was of Catholic faith.

She is survived by her brother, William Wallace Sirmans, Jr. of Fort Valley, Georgia; sister, Susan Sirmans and her husband, Robert Mirabito of Boerne, Texas; nieces and nephews, Ashley Neely, Daniel Mirabito and Renika Harris; and a host of other loving family and friends.

Leslie was preceded in death by her parents and her husband.

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Hi Leslie! How’s heaven? I know you’re up there hugging your loved ones who went before and you no longer have a human body that is wearing down your lovely spirit! We had some great fellowship times in high school and junior college. Your laughter, your joyful nature and your tender heart always lifted everyone up. I am sorry your loved ones still on Earth have lost you so soon. Please keep sending them heavenly kisses to let them know you’re watching over them. Until we meet up again, keep those beautiful green eyes shining with a wee bit of mischief as the angels do need a spirited character to make them laugh. Much love my friend! Love, Kim Kim Giles Adams, October 19, 2020 So sorry for your loss. We would have very much liked to have met her. Prayers and condolences! Please contact us for any solace we can provide! Christine and Warren Smith, October 17, 2020 Rest in peace my sweet friend. Prayers and much love to your family and friends. Debbie Douglas Coulter, October 17, 2020 Rest In Peace my sweet friend. My prayers for the family. You are now in our sweet lord’s arms. Connie Connie Britt Nixon, October 16, 2020 Rest In Peace my sweet friend. Many prayers and much love to the family. Debbie Douglas Coulter, October 16, 2020 God decided it was time to call his special child home to be with Him for all eternity. Though she is missed may her family take solace knowing that she is in the arms of our precious Lord and Savior. Larry Shurley, October 16, 2020 The world has lost a beautiful spirit. You will be missed, we know you are in a better place. I am blessed to have known you. Charles Lawhorn, October 16, 2020