OBITUARY: Leigh Faith Spicer


OBITUARY: Leigh Faith Spicer

Beloved Leigh Faith Spicer, age 15, was a priceless and treasured gift given to her parents, Evan
and Deborah, on Nov. 3, 2001, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Although it was painfully far too soon for her family, loved ones and friends, Leigh was welcomed and embraced into the arms of her Lord
Jesus in the realms of heaven on Oct. 10, 2017.

At the age of four, Leigh and her family moved from Atlanta, Georgia, to Thompson’s Station, Tennessee. Leigh attended schools in Williamson County throughout her school life.  She began at Bethesda Elementary for Pre-K to 5th grade, then moved on to Spring Station Middle for 6th to 8th grade, and ended with Summit High School where she was currently a 10th grade Sophomore.  Leigh’s
first year as a Freshman at Summit High school was the most treasured year for her and her older sister and a Senior, Summer, because it was the first time they had been and the last they would be in the same school building since elementary school. While in school, Leigh participated in activities she enjoyed such as 4-H debates, student council, band, and National Arts Honors Society. Beautiful Leigh was a unique, talented, and very special young woman.  Leigh had a smile that lit up any room she was in, and she graced and impacted every life she touched around her. Leigh was a talented artist and musician. Outside of school she was self-teaching, learning and refining her skills with digital art, anime drawing, and playing the ukulele.  She had started working on realistic style drawing which was inspired through her school art teacher.  Her aspiration was to attend the The Art Institute in Atlanta to further her talents and gifts.

Leigh is survived by her parents , Evan and Deborah Spicer; older sister, Summer Lynne Spicer; grandparents Gerald and Barbara Cohen; Uncles and Aunts, Ross and Nicole Spicer, Matthew and Julia Spicer, Timothy Titus, Elizabeth Titus, Chloe, Grant, and Charlotte Spicer, Daniel, Philip and Meghan Titus, Jacob and Laura Titus; and other loving family members.

Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 15, at SPRING HILL MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 931-486- 0059. www.springhill-memorial.com. A Celebration of Life Service will be conducted beginning at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, at Spring Hill Memorial Funeral Home, Brandon Abbott officiating. Visitation is available prior to the Life Service starting at 6 p.m.

Memorials may be made to The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide (www.sptsusa.org) or Barefoot Republic Camp and Retreat Center scholarship fund.

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