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Samuel Shult [ Sshult93@gmail.com ] said at 15:11 on 16 May 2018:

Miss you.
Padráic said at 16:22 on 08 November 2017:

It's been over 11 years.  This Samhain, I thought I heard distant Celtic fiddle music, or maybe I had one too many.  I offered up a libation in your memory.  Hope you're having a grand time in The Sidhe, we really miss you and your music.  Come back to us soon, you are sorely missed.
Mike "Da Judge" Johnson [ Myropa74@gmail.com ] said at 19:03 on 07 February 2017:

Leigh Ann, it has been a few years since the accident.  But I have not forgotten.  My best memory is of a Dry Side Gather at Cresent Lake Oregon.  Your band Annwn played for us.  That was my introduction to Celtic Rock.  Your fiddle playing was inspired.  A couple weeks ago I tried to find your music on the Internet.  Today thanks to an inmate on Wetleather I not only found the music on Spotify, but this site.

 listening to that music has stuck with me for a decade.  Now I get to relive it.  You live on...


Jake said at 03:34 on 05 July 2016:

Found Geocoin here in Maine yesterday. Will be logging it in and passing it on. I lived in the Central Valley for quite a few years. When I saw the coin it peaked my interest and led me here. Thank you for sharing her memory.
InkfaceFahs said at 01:22 on 07 November 2015:

Leigh Ann's voice guided me through adolescence, given to me on a tiny, cheap plastic MP3 player. The person who gave me that player is also dead. Annwn is always inspiration. Thank you for the art of your existence Leigh Ann, and I'm so sorry it was cut so short. 
Nitnorth [ nitnorth@nithaus.org ] said at 21:18 on 16 May 2015:

Nine years, plus about 2 hours. You are still missed, you are still remembered. Yes, I will cry for you.
Ashleigh McSidhe [ ashareem@outlook.com ] said at 11:46 on 16 November 2014:

Ah, but you've been on my mind a lot the past few months. Kate Pennington started posting pictures from The Living Tarot, which only intensified it. Came to vist your memorial pages and linked them out on Facebook as well.
Aaron Rusty Lloyd [ rusty@rustmon.org ] said at 17:41 on 31 October 2014:

I find myself missing your voice and singing to the west as well as the parting glass....

I miss you quite a bit.  

Happy Hallowe'en and Blessed Samhain. 

Phil Harry said at 11:44 on 19 September 2014:


We found a geocache coin today, and it led me here. The coin has shared Leigh Ann's story with us and we'd like to thank you for that.

It was in a cache in some woodland in Devon, England. We will move it on again shortly so someone else may share the memories here as well. 

Adellind le Quintain said at 10:01 on 24 August 2014:

I don't know why, but this morning in the shower I found myself singing "To The West" and I just wanted to let you know that I miss you still, miss your lovely strong voice around a campfire and your laugh. I will always remember you singing that song at Crown as the rains stopped and the sun wreathed you in fire, and you will always have a place in my heart. Blessed be, Siobhan, you are loved and always will be.


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