Re: Leazer Family research - obituary needed
Posted By: Gary Leazer, Ph. D. (email) In Response To: Leazer Family research - obituary needed (Deb)
Date: 1/23/2020 at 19:31:26
In Response To: Leazer Family research - obituary needed (Deb)
The Fairfield Ledger (Ia.)
Thursday, February 3, 2000
Dakota James LEAZER, 2, of 1200 1/2 E. Adams Ave. died Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2000, at his home.
The funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Raymond Funeral Home with the Rev. Norman Channel officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation, with family present, will be 4-8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. A memorial has been established in Dakota's name and contributions may be left at the funeral home.
Dakota was born Oct. 20, 1997, in Keosauqua, the son of Ryan James LEAZER and Nicole READY.
Survivors include his mother Nicole READY and stepfather, David HOLLANDER of Fairfield; his father, Ryan J. LEAZER of Glenwood; paternal grandparents, Wanda and Randy TUCKER of Fairfield; maternal grandmother, Judy READY of Lafayette, Ind.; and two stepbrothers.
He was preceded in death by grandfathers, Danny Joe LEAZER and Larry READY.
Child's death ruled an accident
Fairfield Ledger, The (IA) - Wednesday, February 2, 2000
Results of an autopsy performed on 2-year-old Dakota Leazer Wednesday show the boy died accidentally, Jefferson County Attorney Tim Dille said.
The boy, the son of Nichole Ready of Fairfield and Ryan Leazer of Glenwood, somehow became trapped in the frame of a bunk bed and hanged himself, said Dille.
Anytime a child dies an unnatural death, it is considered "suspicious," said Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation Special Agent Tim Sammons, who assisted the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office in the investigation. Dille said Tuesday the focus of the investigation was "to determine if there was a criminal act or to disprove a criminal act." Such investigations are routine in unnatural deaths, particularly when a child is involved, Dille said. Although the findings of state medical examiner Dr. Julia C. Goodin are preliminary, Dille said he is "very confident" the child's death was accidental and the investigation will be closed once a written report is received. "I am very confident in her findings," said Dille. "Very, very seldom are you going to have something different in the written report." Authorities became involved about noon Tuesday when a 911 call was received at the Jefferson County Law Center concerning the death of a 2-year-old child at a residence at 1200 1/2 E. Adams Ave. Responding were members of the sheriff's office, Fairfield Police Department and the RMMS-American Ambulance Service. The child was taken to Jefferson County Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Raymond Funeral Home. Fairfield Ledger, The (IA) - Wednesday, February 2, 2000
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