Leslie Ann Carver, was born at Madigan Hospital in Fort Lewis, WA on March 10, 1975 to John and Rose Carver. She passed away Dec. 30, 2018, at her home in Winlock.
Leslie was preceded in death by her grandmother’s, Joyce Farmer of Waynesville, N.C., and Rachel Snodgrass, of Ethel; husband, Harold “Breezy” Johnson of Nelson Lagoon, AK;
Leslie is survived by her grandfather, Tom Snodgrass of Ethel; her parents, John Carver of Mossyrock; and Rose Carver of Silver Creek; sister, Betsy (Sean) McIntire of Silver Creek; nephews and nieces, Anthony (Dina) St Pierre of Mossyrock; Amber St. Pierre and Austin King of Silver Creek; and a multitude of aunts, uncles and cousins.
Leslie attended Mossyrock schools kindergarten through twelfth grade. She played basketball and softball and was involved in 4H. After graduating Leslie attended Clover Park Institute in Lakewood, WA, earning a degree in Interior Design.
In the mid 90’s Leslie went to Alaska to fish with her dad for the summer. It is there where she met the love of her life Breezy Johnson. The two were married on November 18, 2000, in Silver Creek with Leslie’s family and friends. While living in Alaska Leslie had several jobs. She worked for the Community Power District; worked for the corporations as a business administrator, as well as the local clinic.
During the 2010 summer fishing season, Leslie lost her husband Breezy to natural causes. In the spring of 2012 Leslie moved back to Washington to be near family and friends. She worked several years at Cardinal Glass in Winlock. Her heart was huge, and she loved her dog General more than the world and took him everywhere. Her friends were her heart and she loved with all she had to give. She will forever be loved and missed.