Glee Ann (Griffin) Huchteman Leblanc

February 14, 2020

Glee Ann (Griffin) Huchteman Leblanc, of Bolivar, Missouri, was welcomed home to be with her Lord Tuesday, February 11, 2020.

Glee was born August 11, 1938 to Lloyd (Bill) and Ruby (Crane) Griffin in Polk County, Missouri. She grew up in Bona, Missouri, where she attended elementary school and then finished her education at Dadeville where she graduated and met her husband Donald Keith Huchteman. Don preceded Glee in death on April 17, 2011 after 53 years together.

Glee retired from the Dadeville Post Office where she worked as the postmaster for 25 years. She served the United States Postal Service for a total of 32 years.

Glee and Don attended the Dadeville Baptist Church for many years where Glee loved serving and cooking for the many church gatherings. Glee enjoyed going to her grandchildren’s sporting events and school activities. She also enjoyed fishing, playing Rook with friends and entertaining her family for the holidays. Later in life, Glee married Leo Leblanc in 2014 who also preceded her in death after five years together.

Preceding Glee in death were her parents, Bill and Ruby Griffin; her husband, Donald Huchteman; and her husband, Leo Leblanc.

Survivors include her brother, Gary Griffin and wife, Jan, of Bona, Missouri; four children: Daryl Huchteman and wife, Lois of Columbia, Missouri; Cheryl Polodna and husband, Dan of Bolivar, Missouri; Kris Huchteman and wife, Sarah of Bolivar, Missouri; and Brian Huchteman and wife, Jennifer of Dadeville, Missouri; seven grandchildren: Corey Huchteman, Brittney Davis, Erin Davis, Natalie Cartwright, Matthew Huchteman, Drayton Huchteman and Kayden Huchteman; one step-daughter, Lorraine Glass and husband, Curt; eight step-grandchildren: Jared Ingalls, Jason Ingalls, Gavin Nesmith, Nolan Nesmith, Maddux Nesmith, Lee Venning, Jeffrey Venning and Samuel Glass; three great-grandchildren: Maximus Ingalls, Alexander Ingalls and Huntlee Gerling; and a host of many wonderful nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 16, 2020, at the Dadeville Baptist Church. Burial followed in the Dadeville Masonic Cemetery. The family received friends on Sunday at 2 p.m. until service time at the church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Dadeville Masonic Cemetery.
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