We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Ronald Moffit Memorial Services
It is with profound sadness we announce the tragic passing of our beloved daughter Leah on December 20th, 2021 at the age of 12.
She will be greatly missed by Parents: Brian Cleaver and Melissa Ames, Siblings: Tara, Ella, & Zephyr. Grandparents Garry & Jackie Cleaver, Cheryl Ames, & Russel Keewatincappo. Uncles: Wayne Cleaver, cousins Austin & Alyssa Cleaver; Kyle Ames, cousins Kailem & Kyle Jr; Rusty (Jana) Ames cousin Olivia. Aunts: Stacy Cleaver, cousin Deheyvin; Teshia Ames, cousins Ethan & Chrisee, Great Grandma Florence Cleaver, and Great Grandma Koko Bernie. Special mention cousins Ava & Emmarae Simpson, Trace & Jovie Simpson, as well as several great Uncles, Aunts and Extended Family.
She was predeceased by: Great Grandparents Monty & Joyce Simpson, Ted Cleaver, Great Great Grandparents Joe Ames, Clarence Keewatincappo & Lorraine Beaulieu & Great Aunt Joan Irwin.
Leah was born in Portage la Prairie on April 15th, 2009 and attended La Verendrye school.
As the oldest she took great care of her younger siblings, always trying to put a smile on their faces, telling jokes and sending them funny pictures. She would take them to the nearest store for candy. To Tara she was the best secret keeper ever.
Leah loved to be outdoors Hunting, Fishing, Quadding and going camping with Aunty Stacy, Grandma Jackie, her siblings and DJ. She loved sitting in the yard watching birds and hoping they would stop to eat out of her hand. She loved music, dancing and Karaoke.
Leah was best known for her love of food, always waiting for her next meal just like her mom. From the simplest to the most elaborate and anything in between. It started with deer soup as a baby and grew from there.
Leah loved watching movies, playing video games and Roblox. She recently had fallen in love with Harry Potter with Ravenclaw being her favorite house which is known for their Wisdom, Cleverness and Wit. There was no doubt in our minds she was going to learn to cast spells!
Ravenclaw Quote: “The Things We lose have a way of coming back to us in the end, if not always in the way we expect”
She made a huge impact in the short amount of time here with us, she will be forever missed. Fly high Baby!
A come and go visitation with the urn present will take place on Monday, January 3rd, 2022, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Ronald Moffit Memorial Services, 306 Saskatchewan Ave. E. Portage la Prairie. Covid protocols will be in place in that we will be limited as to the number of people we can have inside at any given time. If we have reached our capacity limit, we kindly ask that you wait out front in your vehicle and you will be let inside when room becomes available. We thank you for your understanding.
A graveside service will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made in honor of Leah to the Canadian Mental Health Association - Suicide Prevention, 930 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3G 0P8. Messages of condolence may be left on our website at www.ronaldmoffitmemorialservices.com
Ronald Moffit Memorial Services in care of arrangements.