McDonald’s worker Octavia Leavigne dies from battle with Covid-19

By | November 27, 2021

Octavia Leavigne Death – Cause of Death – Octavia Leavigne, 47, of Florida, died on the 16th of October 2021 from complications related to COVID-19. She was very dedicated and faithful to the positions she held with the Johnstone McDonald’s franchise for the past 17 years. She was unvaccinated.

News reports states that Octavia was first an overnight manager in the Callaway McDonald’s location and worked very hard to later become a general manager, most recently at the Thomas Drive location in Panama City Beach. Pensacola News Journal reported that Octavia built different Johnstone McDonald’s locations and was becoming a success in all areas before the tragedy occurred.

Johnstone Foods, Inc. is located in Panama City, FL, United States and is part of the Restaurants and Other Eating Places Industry. Johnstone Foods, Inc. has 450 total employees across all of its locations and generates $16.73 million in sales (USD). There are 13 companies in the Johnstone Foods, Inc. corporate family. Johnstone Food Corporation Inc. has been in business in Bay County since 1965, with McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc signing their papers.

FacesOfCOVID said in a tweet; “OCTAVIA LEAVIGNE, 47, of Florida, died of COVID on Oct. 16, 2021. She was unvaccinated. “She, by no means, thought she knew it all, could do it all and could be it all. She was that kind of humble that she wanted feedback and she wanted encouragement.”

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