Willis Leadley

Willis Leadley Obituary

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Age - 54

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May 10, 2023

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Scarborough, ME

Willis Todd Leadley, 54, of Scarborough, Maine passed away on May 2nd, 2023. Will was born November 3rd, 1968 in Augusta, Maine to Peter Jerome Leadley and Marian Sanborn Todd. Will graduated from Boothbay Region High School in 1987 and earned his Bachelor's degree in Economics from Colby College in 1991. While attending Colby College in 1987, Will met Amey Knight. They married in 1997 and were married for 17 years during which they had three children together, Madison Elizabeth, Alden Knight and Owen Todd. Will led a successful and meaningful career in construction, almost perfectly bookmarked by the ownership of his two companies, beginning with Todd Marine Construction and culminating with G. L. Todd Construction. Will was a true outdoorsman and enjoyed boating, fishing, skiing and snowmobiling. He loved attending his children's sports games and dedicated much of his time to coaching for and supporting the Scarborough Soccer Club and Scarborough Youth Lacrosse. His passion for education led him to co-found the Scarborough Education Foundation, of which he served as the first President, which funds grants to Scarborough's dedicated educators. Will was predeceased by his mother, Marian Sanborn Todd, and maternal grandparents, Elizabeth Connolly and George Libanus Todd, and paternal grandparents Jerome and Helen Leadley. Will is survived by his three children, Madison, Alden and Owen and his ex-wife, mother of his children and close friend Amey Leadley. He is also survived by his siblings, Helen Andreoli, Nicholas Leadley, Andrew Leadley and Edward Leadley, and his father and stepmother Peter and Judith Leadley. Finally, he is survived by his loving partner Ahnna Lake and his loyal dog Wally. The family will be hosting a visitation and reception on May 19th at The Woodlands Club at 39 Woods Road in Falmouth. There will be time to share memories and stories with friends as well as enjoy a refreshment in Will's honor starting at 2PM. Information on the service can also be found on the website of Hobbs Funeral Home at www. hobbsfuneralhome. com. In lieu of flowers, Will's three children request that donations be made to the Scarborough Education Foundation (sefmaine. org).