A private family memorial for Leatha Elvina Skinner, 87, of Bridgeport, Texas, will be held at a later date. Leatha passed away September 24, 2022, in Decatur.
Leatha was born March 19, 1935, in Newell, South Dakota, to parents Astor and Elizabeth (Gross) Jordan.
She was a retired business operator, and, in her spare time, she enjoyed reading, traveling, and bargain hunting. Leatha was musically inclined and loved to sing and play the guitar and piano. She showcased her talents for her church by singing specials.
Leatha is survived by her sons Kenneth and Kevin Warren; daughters Terry Lee Tackett, Roxie Renea Lund, and Lesa Rae Kaker; stepdaughter Nadine Mullen; and brother Clayton Jordan. Also left behind to cherish her memory are her 15 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents Astor and Elizabeth Jordan; daughter Sherry Lynn Reus; husband William E. Warren; husband Lloyd Charles Skinner; brothers Lawrence and Clarence Jordan; sisters Della Kalmbach and Elsie Peters; stepson Lloyd Skinner Jr.; and grandson Whitmore Ryan Klein.
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