Leslie Potter



It is with heavy hearts that we announce the news of the passing of Leslie Potter. Leslie passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on July 5th. Our condolences go out to her family, friends, and colleagues as they deal with the sudden loss; know that our thoughts are with you. Remember to use Leslie's name in your stories to keep her alive in your hearts and thoughts.
Leslie was a key part of our bargaining team and her intelligence, wit, and extremely caring nature will be missed by all. Leslie was on the negotiating team for the second time, where her dedication and caring for the Membership of Local 52 was always evident in her input. Leslie was also a Local Council Member for many years, past Chapter 3 Chair and represented the Local on numerous University and Local 52 Committees.
Leslie you will be missed.
A Celebration of Leslie's Life is being planned. Photos, stories and condolences may be share with Leslie's family throughwww.choicememorial.com, where service details will be updated once confirmed.


3 comments (Add your own)

1. Patricia Johnson wrote:
This photograph was taken at the Nash in Inglewood, celebrating Deborah Dean's retirement from the University earlier this year. There was a group of us, mostly from Libraries and Cultural Resources, but who also were involved with the Union, who enjoyed getting together, frequently over meals. The group did vary, but most of us did get together to celebrate Leslie's birthday on June 20th (her birthday was the 19th), this time at the Beltline Diner, it was a great lunch, lots of laughter. It will be a day I will treasure.

Thu, July 16, 2015 @ 8:01 AM

2. Patricia Johnson wrote:
This photograph was taken at the Nash in Inglewood. We were celebrating the retirement of Deborah Dean in March. There was a group of us, from different departments of LCR, but for the most part were involved with the Local, who went for lunch periodically. We also liked to celebrate occasions. In this case Deb's retirement, the next time we all got together was to celebrate Leslie's birthday. We all met at the Beltline Diner on June 20th. What I remember is that there was lots of laughter, what more could one want? It is a good memory and meals out will not be the same without Les.

Thu, July 16, 2015 @ 9:41 AM

3. Brenda MacDonald wrote:
I worked with Leslie for many years in Libraries & Cultural Resources and she was one of the most happiest, bubbliest and helpful people I know. I will miss seeing her smiling face when I walk in to the office area on the first floor of TFDL. Gone way too soon and I (and others) will miss her alot. RIP Leslie.

Thu, July 16, 2015 @ 9:59 AM

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