Eve was born July 25, 1924 in Catawba, Wisconsin to Adam & Elizabeth Raab. She was raised there and attended schools there working on the family farm in her youth. She graduated from Phillips High School and during WWII she moved to Chicago working in the defense plants and met her husband, U.S.Marine Sgt., Leo "Frenchy" Leclair. They eventually married August 25, 1951 and later took over the family farm and began raising their family. They later moved to Medford so she could attend Taylor County Teachers College. She graduated and began teaching in Dorchester, WI until moving to Arizona in 1972. She continued teaching, working in Wittmann, Morristown and primarily in Aguila. She taught in Willcox, AZ for a brief time where she began her career in special education. She had substituted here in Wickenburg for years also. Eve was a member and past president of the Wickenburg Business and Professional Women, past president of the Arizona Retired Teachers Association as well as a very active member of the First Presbyterian Church where she served as a Deacon, Shepherd, and in the Stephens Ministry. She was also active in the Emmaus Community and a member of the Ruby Red Hats. She enjoyed attending the R & R respite center. She volunteered extensively in the community and was always a very generous and outgoing person. Eve had the ability to make friends with ease and develop lasting relationships. She was the "Ultimate Mom". Eve was preceded in death by her husband Leo "Frenchy" Leclair on Oct, 10, 1999. She was also preceded in death by brothers: Adam, Bill and Herman Raab, and a sister Millie Bochler. She is survived by her children: David Leclair (Nancy) of Phoenix, Douglas Leclair (Becky) of LaCrosse, WI., Dawn Adams-Gatke (Dennis) of Wickenburg, Debbie Wright (Glenn) of Morristown, brother Gust Raab of Rice Lake, WI, sister Edith Denny of Phillips, WI., nine grandchildren: Joshua Leclair, Hannah Hach, Zachary Leclair, Dustin and Brian Wright, Jonathan and Hannah E. Leclair, Eric and Luke Adams, great-grandchildren: Kaylee and Alexander Hach and a close extended family of nieces and nephews, including locally JoAnn and Jim Zimpher of Wickenburg.