Connie and family... Back in the 60's/70's I remember being the 'senior' kid on Lorenzen Drive...the 'block' as we knew it. We were all growing up and being challenged daily by all the craziness that was going on around us. Growing up during those years was not easy... But, all of us were guided by our wonderful parents as best they could during ever changing and tumultuous times. Leo was one of those parents...always steady, firm, kind, and a great example for all of us...thank you, Leo! I send you my best and wish you peace during this sad time... God bless you.
Leo always welcomed me to their home with kindness, exuberance and an avid interest in what I had been up to. He was a great conversationalist and a wonderful man & father. I feel honored to have known him for over 40 years. He will be greatly missed.
RIP, Leo. I knew him way back when he was a Deputy DA and then in his later years as a fellow Lion. We are saddened to hear of his passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Mr. Himmelsbach, you were a great leader in the DA's Office, and a very kind man. After you hired me you learned that your daughter Sharon and I together worked at the Perfect Blend and you kindly spoke to me about it. Your gentle spirit lives on. Thank you and R.I.P.
Cherie Bourlard, DDA.
Leo and I served together for a few years as Deputy District Attorneys and later and briefly sparred in an election campaign (he won). We remained good friends over the years. He was a lawyer of reason and integrity who loved his family and the law. My sympathy to the family- we will all miss Leo.
Judge Jack Komar (ret.)