Lee Anna Sens

July 30, 1940 - March 23, 2007
Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Wednesday 3/28

Private graveside services for Ms Lee Anna Sens, 66, of Monroe, will be held Wednesday, March 28, 2007. Visitation will be held from 12:00 Noon until 2:00PM Wednesday at Kilpatrick Funeral Home in Monroe, LA. Ms Sens was born July 30, 1940 in Mobile, AL and passed away March 23, 2007, in Monroe surrounded byContinue Reading

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Diana Abshire left a message on April 6, 2007:
I will probably remember Auntie the most with her and "Damn Dog" - one of the first dogs that I remember with many others following. She was always taking them in - dogs or otherwise... And no matter how old I was with teenage children - I was always and forever "Kid". No matter the distance, in miles or heavens, she will always be remembered. Love to you always Auntie, Kid
Cheri Blackett Chadduck left a message on April 2, 2007:
I was a graduate of her Occupational Therapy program in 1984. I am so grateful for her committment to occupational therapy and to her students. I have grown so much over the years, and somehow I know she would not be surprised. She had such an amazing way of recognizing the potential in her students. I thank her for her gift of teaching and guiding me to be the best therapist and person that I could be. I am very sorry for your loss, but am very grateful to have known Lee Sens.
ken godfrey left a message on March 28, 2007:
for dana robertson: I am sorry that i didn't know lee,but I am sure she will be missed.
Sherry Edwards left a message on March 28, 2007:
My prayers are with the family and friends of Ms. Lee Sens. She and I worked together at G.B. Cooley in West Monroe. She was the O.T. I worked with her in assisting our clients adjust to Supported Independent Living. She was a joy to work with and know. I'm sure she will be missed, but not forgotten. God be with each of you. Sherry Y. Edwards
Louise Daspit Webber left a message on March 27, 2007:
Lee and I met in June 1966 at Central LA State Hospital when I was a novice Music Therapy intern and she was OT supervisor. My awe then of the depth and breadth of her spirit, of her genius and her generosity have never waivered in these 43 years. Our conversations over the past year were some of the best we've ever had, and I am hardly able to comprehend she is gone. There is a huge empty space which she once filled, and those who call her friend will find no other like her. I will always love and miss her. There was no one on earth like Lee, nor I believe, in heaven. I cannot say good bye. Louise Ann Daspit Webber
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Mariglen Ledger left a message on March 27, 2007:
I was once a student of Ms. Sens and she is definitely one teacher I will never forget. She was very tough, but also had such a heart and unbelievable spirit & sense of humor. I never knew until reading her obit that she was an opera singer. How I would have loved to have heard her sing. I will never forget you Ms. Sens. You helped see me through some difficult times in my life & I will never forget your kindness. And I will also never forget the hours & hours spent on all those drawings & study for kinesiology! My sincere condolences to her family & friends.
Jamie Harrell Smith left a message on March 26, 2007:
My mother, Madeline Harrell, and Lee became dear friends while working at Central State Hospital many years ago. My sisters, brother,and I have so many wonderful memories of the time Lee spent with our family. She was definitely one of those Reader's Digest unforgettable characters-fun, funny, amazingly talented, bright, a joy to be around, a true friend who was always there for others. Lee sang Ave Maria at my wedding 34 years ago and I always think of her when I hear that song. Last Friday my daughter and I were at the Alexandria cathedral, choosing the music for her wedding in July. I requested the Ave Maria and thought of Lee as that majestic pipe organ boomed out that beautiful song.I didn't know at the time that it was Lee's last day here with us, but I sure hope the angels were singing Ave Maria to her as she entered heaven, where I expect Mama was waiting for her. Lee touched so many lives and will be missed so much. Our family sends our deepest sympathies to her family and we will remember her in our prayers.
Vicki Styles left a message on March 26, 2007:
I worked with Lee for many years. She was a wealth of knowledge and a jack of all trades. She never seemed to have a worry in the world. Lee was "One of a Kind" and would do anything for you. I haven't seen Lee in several years but I have thought about her several times in the past couple of months and wondered how she was doing. She will be missed!
Pat Phelix left a message on March 25, 2007:
Knowing Lee was a gift in life. She was blessed with the ability to guide others to see their strengths, and she could bring out the best in others. Her positive outlook on life, her fighting nature and the amusing way she expressed herself are just a few fond memories I will carry with me. She could make me laugh with her unique ways, an example was her technique of "testing" left overs in the refrigerator, to make sure she wouldn't eat spoiled food she would see how her dogs would react to the leftovers, if they ate it, so would she! I will miss her wise insight into life and her humor. I feel blessed we knew her and our lives crossed paths. Pat and Clyde Phelix
Denise Strobel left a message on March 25, 2007:
I met Ms. Sens only one time while handling a real estate closing for her while I lived and worked in Monroe. She and I really hit it off and we enjoyed a wonderful visit. She and I discovered while visiting that we are soul sisters in that we are both breast cancer survivors. She was truly a joy to work with. Please accept my condolences. She will truly be missed.
Charles Hart left a message on March 25, 2007:
Good bye Lee. Thanks for your friendship and love.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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