My next door neighbor for 13 years in Richardson before I moved to Austin in 2011. What a great man. His wit and friendship is missed to this day.
LEON WAS ALWAYS READY TO RIDE AND WANTED TO GET WHERE WE WERE GOING, NO DILLY DALLYING, GREAT FRIEND AND GOOD CLUB MEMBER. WE WILL MISS YOU MY FRIEND, RIDE ON! HAROLD
Leon was a friend for 60 years, from the Sunday afternoon teen get togethers at the Church of the Incarnation. He was an important part of my life. I shall miss him.
Leon has blessed our lives in many ways. With his smile, thoughtful words, always enjoying hanging out and eating dinner with us, going out to dinner with his best friend and included us. Knew you were always there for us, as I hope you know we were always there for you. for being the special person that you were, we love and miss you.
Leon was a wonderful humanitarian and gave freely of his time to those less fortunate. His winning smile and disposition will be remembered by all whose lives he touched.
I will always remember Leon for his infectious smile. His need for straight line acceleration made for many quick trips to the Anna Truck Stop on his Gold Wing! Thanks for sharing your spark with us all, Leon. Happy trails, ole friend!
Leon was always a dear and kind friend; he will be sadly missed at Transfiguration.
Class of January, 1953, Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas, Texas. We all remember Leon fondly. He was a good friend--always smart and had a subtle, dry wit that made him memorable. We will miss him.
I knew Leon as "Frog Withers" from our first days together in our fish year @ Texas A&M..spring of 1953.. he was always a friend to me throughout our college experience.
I was lucky to know and work with Leon at Tranfiguration. Whenever i asked him for help on a project, he would always gladly contribute his efforts.