• Lincoln Memorial Park - Portland
    Portland, OR
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Edward "Leon" Bailey 1940 - 2014

Edward "Leon" Bailey

August 18, 2014
Leon was a great patient of Dr. King's that we all loved. He was always so loving and tender to his wife Jean. He will truly be missed. Our hearts and prayers go out to his family for comfort and strength. Especially his sweet wife.
August 15, 2014
I meet.Leon at work, and had the pleasure of by his side everyday, until he retired. I was going to miss him alot. He was a good man and a great friend. He always watched out for me. Heaven got a wonderful man. Rest easy Leon...
August 15, 2014
Uncle Leon ,
One of the most gentle souls I have ever been lucky enough to have known in my life time. Was always fun to visit Aunt Jean and Uncle Leon. I never felt out of place but loved. I recall the times you would show me some of your collections and explain each piece and its history. Lol or the frosty mugs you always had in the freezer. You are loved and will be missed.
August 14, 2014
I meant the Bailey's about 35 years ago, Leon has always been a very pleasant & a kind hearted man. I remember going over to there house just to visit with Leon & Jean watching TV and just talking about life, he always seemed to have the right answer/good advice. I'm saddened to hear of his passing, he will be so missed by many. It was a honor knowing Leon. Im thankful to have my memories of him always. My heart goes out to Jean, Don & Mike.
August 14, 2014
Leon was my big brother and I loved him dearly. I miss him already. I miss his humorous emails and all the little things he shared with me. I miss talking to him on the phone and reading his texts. I miss his love and generosity. The computer that I am typing this on was a gift from my big brother. He is with Daddy and Junior now, and I am sure they are catching up. I regret that I did not get to visit with him. Our mutual health issues kept us from traveling. I love you, Big Brother, and I miss you. Love, your Little Sis
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