Lee Francis Randolph Cleveland, 70, of Orange, passed away on Wednesday, March 16 at Promise Hospital in Nederland. Visitation, Thursday, March 24, at 9 a.m., followed by a 10 a.m. funeral service, at Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church in Orange, Pastored by the Rev. Calvin C. Jones, officiated by Associate Pastor the Rev. Van Barnett.

Burial will follow in Jasper Cemetery, Hopewell Community, Crockett.

Born in Crockett, on Feb. 3, 1941, Lee Francis was the daughter of William and Texana Randolph. She was a retired educator and was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Nora Ellen McBay; brother, William Fred Randolph; and one grandson, Kaleb Berry.

Mourning her departure and cherishing her memory are her husband of forty-two years, Willie Cleveland; two sons, Brian Cleveland (Karen) of Kansas City, Missouri and Kendall Cleveland (Nakeisha) of Baton Rouge; two daughters, Tara Williams (Mavis) and Demetria Cleveland (Abdul Berry) of Orange; seven grandchildren: Anthony, Korie, Keyshawn, Kamerin, Kendall, Kaiden and Nyja; sister, Versia White (Ray); and a host of nieces and nephews.