LEILA J. GOBLIRSCH
1935 - 2020
BORN
1935
DIED
2020
LEILA J. GOBLIRSCH Leila Joyce Goblirsch (nee Kissel) of Las Vegas, NV passed away peacefully December 30, 2020. Leila ("Lee") was born June 3, 1935 in Genoa, IL to Charles and Mildred Kissel (nee Montgomery). She married Dr. Dean Goblirsch on December 29, 1956 in Loves Park, IL. She was reunited with her beloved late husband one day after their 64th wedding anniversary. In addition to her husband Dean, Leila was preceded in death by her parents and her granddaughter Jennifer Claire Goblirsch. Leila is survived by her four loving children David (Donna) of Hanover Park, IL, Cynthia Cooper (Christopher) of Tucson, AZ, Dean II (Claire) of Brookfield, WI, and Constance Haley (Douglas) of Delafield, WI. She is also survived by five grandchildren, Jessica, Robert, Victoria, Deanna and Katherine, and four great-grand-children, Madisyn, Hannah, Charlotte and Gavin. Leila earned a Bachelor Degree in History and became a schoolteacher and then a part-time substitute teacher after starting her family. She was an excellent bowler as well as an experienced curler with the Wauwatosa Curling Club for many years. She loved reading, crossword puzzles and occasional girl-friend get-togethers. No service is scheduled. Leila was cremated and will be interred at Wisconsin Memorial Park in Brookfield, WI next to her husband and granddaughter. She was the best Mom ever and lots of fun and will be forever missed. Memorials may be sent to St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 315 S. Casino Center Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89101.


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Published by Legacy Remembers on Jan. 10, 2021.
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I first meet Dean and Lee at Our Lady of LV Church at the 8 AM mass when Dean was the usher in charge. The family of Lee and Dean will miss them. I also will miss them. Peace and prayers to all.
Richard Kowal
January 10, 2021