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Venue on Broadway
2202 Broadway
Lubbock, TX  79401
Saturday, February 20, 2021
1:00 p.m.
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LeAnn Fairleigh

of Lubbock, TX

February 19, 1959 - February 8, 2021


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Mrs. Doris “LeAnn” Fairleigh, 61, of Lubbock, died Monday February 8, 2021, in her home. She was born in Lubbock on February 19, 1959, to Bobby and Patsy Isenberg. She graduated from Roosevelt High School in Lubbock.

LeAnn is survived by 2 sons, Ken Fairleigh and his wife, Alexandra of San Francisco, CA, and Phil Fairleigh of Chicago, IL; grandson, Kenny of San Francisco, CA; mother, Patsy Isenberg of Lubbock; and 2 sisters, Lynette Young and Kathy Owen, both of Lubbock. She was preceded in death by her father, Bobby Isenberg of Lubbock; and her brother, Kevin Isenberg of Fort Worth, TX.

LeAnn was a strong woman who always gave 100[[][[]][[][[]]][[][[]][[][[]]]][[][[]][[][[]]][[][[]][[][%]]]]] effort. She was a loving and committed mother who did whatever it took to support her 2 sons both academically and athletically. She was consistently the loudest and most engaged cheerleader in her sons’ hockey games and track meets. All will remember LeAnn’s spunky personality and infectious laugh, and how much fun she was to be around. Personally, LeAnn loved horses and was proud to be a true Texas cowgirl. It was that love of Texas that brought her back to Lubbock from Illinois. She was always happy to get together for a glass of wine and to share the latest about her beloved sons and grandson. LeAnn’s smile would light up the room and her enthusiasm added energy to any gathering.

LeAnn was an exceptional homemaker and a talented craftswoman, maintaining a beautiful home. Professionally, LeAnn was an insurance expert, helping many people navigate difficult situations under stress. She also spent years volunteering for a charity that helped the homeless. A friend to many, LeAnn will be forever missed for her determined spirit, her sparkle, and her kindness.

A memorial service will be held for friends and family on Saturday February 20, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. at Venue on Broadway, 2202 Broadway.. It will also be livestreamed for those who are unable to attend. Burial will be private.



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11 Condolence(s)
Olivia Fergus
Thornton, CO
Saturday, February 20, 2021

Kenny & Phil,

I'm so sorry for the loss of your mom. I know there are no words to make it less painful, but I'm praying for your comfort. I hope that the loving memories you have of her will always remain fresh.

-Olivia (Livvy) Fergus

John Roberts
Cary, IL
Saturday, February 20, 2021

Kenny and Phil,
It's always hard to put into words what someone means to you. Your mom and I became good friends after you boys all left the nest. Long conversations on beautiful evenings listening to the birds and watching the bats fly at sunset. She telling me stories about her life, you boys and always plans of what she was going to do next. She was a very independent, smart and strong willed woman. I loved the friendship that we grew to have and will hold her dear to my heart in my memories of her forever.

Temi Ogunbodede
Santa Clara, CA
Saturday, February 20, 2021

Ken, Phil and Ale,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Growing up together your mom was always so kind and welcoming to me. I'll never forget how happy and proud she was at Ken and Ale's wedding day. It had been years since we saw each other but she immediately reconnected us with our shared joy on that day and that's how I remember her now. She loved you very much and she will live on in the happy memories for you now. I love you and you have my deepest condolences.
Temi Ogunbodede

Diann lemon
Lubbock,
Saturday, February 20, 2021

So sorry for your loss. May God be with you

Deborah Campbell
Estero, FL
Saturday, February 20, 2021

Dear Kenny and Phil,
I am so sorry for your loss. I can only echo all the wonderful descriptions of you Mother. LeAnn was truly one of a kind gal who loved hard, played hard and worked hard. There was never a challenge too great that she could not find a way to not only conquer but then turn in an opportunity for excellence. I watched her shine as a single mom always in the stands cheering for her boys, become an insurance professional passing every licensing exam and turning every house she purchased into a warm, beautiful home. There was not a single home decorating improvement skill she could not master! And on top of everything else she was a true friend. We spent many weekends on hockey trips together, dinners at Nibbles with "the girls" and always Christmas Eve at my home with you boys. I have so many cherished memories. Blessings to you both, your family and all of us who now have a beautiful angel watching over us.

Raenell Crisp
Bedford, TX
Friday, February 19, 2021

Praying for the family and friends. I am so sorry for your loss.

Becky Vizzone
Barrington, IL
Friday, February 19, 2021

Dear Kenny and Phil,
Words truly cannot express how sorry I am to hear the news of your beautiful Mother’s passing. She was a dear friend to me and we shared many happy times together. When she would speak about you and your numerous accomplishments, she woud beam with pride. The world is a little darker without her in it. God bless you during this difficult times and remember what a spectacular Mom you had🙏🏻

Anthony Iori
Franklin Park, IL
Thursday, February 18, 2021

Kenny, I am sorry to hear about your mother. She was always the loudest and proudest mother in the stands. She was a such a great person to the hockey community in Illinois and someone I will never forget. She will be missed. May her memories live on and carry many smiles. My condolences to you and the rest of the family

Jennifer and Al Noblett
Waco, TX
Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Kenny and Philip,
There are no words to truly express the deep emotions that are felt at a time like this. We extend our love and sympathy to you. You are in our hearts and we are lifting you up in our prayers.
Aunt Jennifer and Uncle Al

Linda McGregor
BARRINGTON, IL
Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Dear Kenny and Phil, I knew your mom for many years. She and I first met at the Barrington Ice Rink, while Brian and Philip played hockey together for the Barrington Redwings. It was instant attraction, between Leann and myself. Only a Native Texan can truly appreciate another Native Texan. Our Texan roots ran long and deep, and we were instantly connected. Through the years, our friendship transformed. First, we became "neighbors" in the same block. Leann was the very FIRST person to come over and welcome our family to the neighborhood. In later years, Leann and I worked together for many years, where we were colleagues for Allstate Insurance. But outside of work, we were also friends. I was very sad when Leann moved back to Texas in July 2017. I felt a sense of loss. But Texas was where she felt she belonged, and I suppose she was right. I will forever miss her silly little "cackle-giggle." It was contagious! We had some really good times. She will forever be missed. Love, Linda McGregor

Layne Holter
Crystal Lake, IL
Sunday, February 14, 2021

Hey, Phil and Kenny, I am terribly sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. May my condolences bring you peace during this painful time. Your mother was an amazing woman and left an immediate and meaningful impression on all she met. I certainly was blessed to have her wit and support during the time she was in Cary. Phil, please reach out sometime and we can catch up.

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