LeAnn Day Peters
LeAnn Day Peters was born in Blackfoot, Idaho on August 22nd, 1951 to her loving parents Boyd and Wanda Day. She was lucky enough to marry her high school sweetheart, Alfred Ray Peters on April 22nd, 1969. She remained married to him until his passing. She had three beautiful children that she loved with her whole heart; Melissa LeAnn, Warren Ray and Natale Noreen. LeAnn spent part of her life in Salt Lake City, Utah and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to raise her family, pursue an advancement in Ray’s career and grow her successful floral business. Her artistic ability with flowers was nothing short of amazing. LeAnn loved to travel with her family in their motorhome and enjoyed taking cruises. She loved Sunday dinners and spending time with all her grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband and eldest daughter Melissa. A wife, mother, grandmother and sister, LeAnn went to be with her Heavenly Father and her husband on December 26, 2020. LeAnn is survived by her two children; Natale Noreen Peters Mouer, and Warren Ray Peters, and her nine grandchildren; Myranda Bermudez, Marie Alexee and Isabelle Bifulco, Christian and RayAnn Mouer, Madelyn, Karmella, Ramona and Phoenix Peters.
My heartfelt condolences are with your entire family. I am heartbroken for your loss. Rest In Peace LeAnn. Aray and my dad are welcoming you. I will miss our talks on the phone. ❤️
So sorry to hear of Leann’s passing. She was a good mom/grandma who cared a lot for her family. I was privileged to know her. Sending healing thoughts to her family.
My deepest heartfelt condolences to Myranda and the entire family. No doubt Heaven has beautiful flowers ❤️
Is she having a service?
My heart and prayers are with all of you. Love, Aunt Noreen
Natale and Warren,
Your Mom was an amazing lady! My heart and love are yours as you try to say goodbye. Hold each other and your families close, often the only comfort comes from those hugs.
Much love, Gayla
I love and miss your sweet smiling face! And soft cuddly hugs! Love you!
Forever will miss you 💗🥺