Condolence & Memory Journal

I am sorry to hear of Leonard's death. So many fond memories from back in Mt Morris with Leonard and my brother, Jim. Leonard always had a smile, a kind word and a joke to share. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Posted by Jan (Dickson) Franklin - San Diego, CA - Friend   December 27, 2014

I didn't see Leonard very often in the past few years but that did tend to make each visit a bit more special. He spoke to me privately at the time of my father's funeral and his words were the only ones that made sense to me at a time when nothing was making sense and when I could feel nothing but loss and confusion.

Norma, you are in my thoughts and I pray you and your family find strength in each other to help you cope with this sad loss.

Mark, Jessie and Kellie, I'm sorry you are having to deal with this bit of the bad part that life does bring. I know only too well what you are feeling and I would like to express my deepest sympathies and love to each of you. May you find solace in each other and in the memories of your loving father.

Posted by Kenneth Dean Reagh - Smithville, TN - Nephew, Friend, Admirer   December 25, 2014

I believe that all we take with us when we leave this world are our memories. I have a lot of fond memories of me and Leonard could not have asked for a better brother in law. my heart felt wishes for the family and have peace in your heart knowing that Leonard now rest in the loving arms of our lord and there will be a wonderful reunion some day.

Posted by jerry evans - mountain view, AR - one time brother in law   December 22, 2014