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March 30, 2017

Obituary

Julian Carl Leet
April 7, 1936 - March 29, 2017


JULIAN CARL LEET, AGE 80 and a resident of Thomas died at 4:15 pm Wednesday March 29, 2017 at his home. He was a native and former longtime resident of St. Francisville that had lived in Washington Parish for the last 30 years where he was a member of Pine Missionary Baptist Church. Julian was a United States Navy veteran of the Korean War and a former park ranger with the Girl Scouts of America. He enjoyed carpentry and wood working, having made many different types of items through the years. He also enjoyed planting and caring for his vegetable garden each year. Julian loved hunting, fishing and the outdoors.
Survived by: Wife of nearly 58 years: Mary Dibble Leet of Thomas; 4 Sons and a Daughter in law: Joseph Leet, of Pine David Leet, Mark and Selena Leet, James Leet all of St. Francisville; 2 Daughters and Sons in law: Mary Joy and Royce Leet of Pine, Laura Mae and Marcus Norman of McKenzie, TN; 12 Grandchildren: Ashley Leet, Darin Hightower, Brandon Crain, Kevin Crain, Christopher Crain, Shelia Kaye Leet, Dalton Leet, Matthew Leet, Michael Leet, Charlotte Stokes, Zachary Norman, Mitchell Norman; 3 Great-grandchildren: Kynadi Crain, Bronwyn Crain, Julianna Hoffman; 2 Brothers and a Sister in law: Lawrence Leet of Slaughter, Claude and Cynthia Leet of Baton Rouge; Sister and Brother in law: Rita and Lloyd Landry of White Castle; Also numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents Ovide Leet, Sr. and Katie Dedon Leet, brother John Leet, brother and sister in law Ovide Leet, Jr. and Ion Leet, sisters Rosie Neal, Linnie Mae Felder, Stella Stokes and sister in law Mary Frances Leet.
Visitation will be at Crain Funeral Home Saturday April 1st from 5 pm until 9 pm. Visitation will continue Sunday at Pine Missionary Baptist Church from 12 pm until 2 pm. A funeral service will be held in the church at 2 pm Sunday with Eld. Clyde Cooper and Eld. Gerald King officiating. Burial will follow in the Pine Community Cemetery.

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