Dearest Norma....I am deeply saddened to hear of Leroy's passing. He was a man with a love of people and simple pleasures. I always appreciated everything he did for Bernice and for me after her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
We are saddened by the news of LeRoy's passing, but we rejoice and celebrate having had him in our lives. Judi and I became acquainted with him and his lovely wife Norma when my mom and dad moved into one of the duplexes LeRoy built. We came to appreciate the great friendship and support he offered them. He was a big part of a special time in their lives. He really was one of the 'good guys.' Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends.
Carol and Glenn--Uncle LeRoy will be remembered for his smile and his excellent work in building things. He was so organized. Nothing out of place. A joy to visit and have reunions at the house. Will be in prayer for Aunt Norma and you all this weekend and on Monday. Love to all, John and Jo-Ann Higgins.
Always a wonderful man. I will always remember his help to my mom and dad as they built their home. My prayers are with all of you. Pat Buckley Keiser
Our condolences go to the family. Leroy was our "go to" carpenter. He was always dependable and prompt. Thanks, Leroy.
Dear Beans Family--Thinking of you upon reading about LeRoy's passing. I remember him as a friendly man with a smile. I appreciate all you did for my mother, Hattie, when you were "neighbors across the alley".
My Thoughts & prayers will continue to be with all of you.
Carol,So sorry about your father. I am the daughter of Harriet Oberg who also passed away Nov. 22. You were so kind to me that night at Hilltop when my mother was in so much pain. Thank you for being there with your father at the table that evening -- I never got to thank you for your friendship. May your family be comforted in the days ahead
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.