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Leanne Marie Hurley

January 31, 1947 - December 23, 2020

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Leanne Marie Hurley, 73, of Geneva, IL, passed away peacefully at home on December 23, 2020. She was deeply loved and cherished by her husband, daughter, and son-in-law.

The daughter of Leo Malachinski and Mary Spitkovsky, Leanne was born on January 31, 1947 in Chicago, IL. In 1989, Leanne married the love of her life Jack Hurley.

Leanne is survived by her husband Jack Hurley, and daughter Colleen (Timothy) Breems.

Leanne was a dedicated wife and mother. She was also a professional quilt maker for most of her life; she truly took pride in her beautiful works of art.

Leanne will be forever loved and missed by her family and friends.

For more information, please call Yurs Funeral Home of Geneva, 630-232-7337 or visit us at www.yourfuneralhomes.com

Condolences


Becky Hallock from North Aurora, IL

"I did not know Leanne very long but for the short time I knew her she was such a blessing. We met in our BSF group on Wednesday mornings. Many weeks Leanne encouraged me through things that I was going through. She was one of the strongest and most determined people I have ever met. I am so thankful that God put her in my life. I have been praying for all of you and will continue to ask God to comfort you during this time. Leanne loved you all so very much."


Pam Purcell from St.Charles, IL

"Colleen- we are saddened to hear about your lovely Mother’s passing. Aly and I wish to send you our love and condolences during this sad time. She was such and wonderful Mom, and wife. May you cherish all the great memories."


Carol Ann Hayes from Geneva, IL

"I truly believe you are in God’s arms. Your faith and courage were remarkable. Jack and Colleen were blessed with your presence in their lives."


Chrissie Martell from Aurora, IL

"I will never forget the kindness, gentleness, and strength of your mom, Colleen. She was our warmth in the Chicago cold, a security net when I was far from my own mom. I loved her sense of humor and her desire for you and all your girlfriends to have happy and healthy lives full of love and friendship. Her rosary prayers for our friendship and safety as roommates in law school and the home-cooked meals she sent us on Sundays helped me through our grueling studies and reminded me that there's nothing in life as precious as a mother. I'm glad our moms met too, and that they shared so much in common. My family and I are heartbroken for your loss and we will remember her for all she was to so many, especially an amazing mother, wife, and friend. We love you and we are here for you. I will pray for you and your family during this difficult time. Love, The White and Martell Families"


Deb Dietz from Glenview, IL

"Colleen - I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mother. Please know I'm thinking of you and your family and wish you peace at this sad time."


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