March 9, 2015

LeAnna L. Reiselman

Reiselman 1LeAnna L. Reiselman age 57 of Lincoln, passed away March 7, 2015 after a courageous year long battle against cancer.  She was born November 10, 1957 in Lincoln to Neale and Beverly (Gerdes) Walbridge.

Survivors include her husband, Reed Reiselman of Lincoln; sister, Lorna Pleasant of Lincoln; sisters-in-law and spouses, Patricia and Jeff Bergman of Ithaca, Nebraska and Aileen and Gary Leithead of Torrington, Wyoming.  Brother-in-law and spouse, Robin and Cheri Reiselman of Bremerton, Washington.  Nephew, Chad Pleasant of Papillion and his daughter, Henley.  Niece, Anjuli Pleasant of Lincoln and her son Cyanté.  Other nieces and nephews.  Preceded in death by her parents, brother, Herb Walbridge and father-in-law and mother-in-law, Robert and Mary Lou Reiselman.

A memorial service will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Friday, March 13, 2015 at Wyuka Funeral Home.  No viewing or visitation.

Interment will be at Wyuka Cemetery.

Memorials to the Family.



  1. My deepest sympathy to LeAnna’s family. I know she will be missed.

    We lost touch over the years but we were once very close. We grew up with only a fence separating our back yards. There were four of us–LeAnna, Sue, Mary and me.

    Wishing you comfort and peace.

  2. Reed , so sorry to hear about LeAnna, thoughts and prayers to you and the family

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. I wanted to share a couple of scriptures that brought me comfort when I lost my husband.
    John 11:25&26 “Jesus said to her: “I am the ressurection and the life. He that exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life; and everyone that is living and exercises faith in me will never die at all. Do you believe this?””
    The promise at Isaiah 26:29 gives me great comfort knowing I’ll see him again. “Those of our pople who have died will live again! Their bodies will come back to life. All those sleeping in their graves will wake up and sung for joy. As the sparkling dew refreshes the earth, so the Lord will revive those who have long been dead.”
    I hope these give you comfort as you go through your journey of grief.

    Take care.

  4. To the entire Reiselman and Walbridge Family:
    We are truly heartbroken to hear of LeAnna’s passing. She was such a sweet spirit and so loving to everyone she met.
    Please accept our deepest condolences.

  5. We are so sorry to hear about LeAnna, we remember he as such a sweet and loving girl. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

    Love to all

  6. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Reed.

  7. Sorry very sorry to hear of LeAnna’s passing. Although I haven’t be in touch with you guys since I worked at Sandy’s,I still have many memories of those times…LeAnna gave a cutting off her Grandmother’s Mother-In-Laws tongue plant to me when I visited your house on W street, everytime I water and care for it I think of her. My thoughts and prayers are with you Reed, and
    your family & friends.

  8. Reed, I am so sorry to hear of your wifes passing. My heart breaks for you and her family. I’ll be praying for your healing heart. Big hugs dear friend. Susan

  9. LeAnna was such a fun and beautiful girl, inside and out. It is sad to learn she has left us too soon. She leaves me with very warm memories and I will remember her kindness and companionship. My sincerest condolences to you, Reed, and also to her friends and her family. She will be missed and remembered with fondness.


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