Miss the Wednesday evening classes. Noel
I am very sad to learn that Dr. Leland has passed; however, his knowledge and many kindnesses will go on living as long we continue to pass the torch. He will be beloved always by students now, like me, scattered over the earth. I extend my deepest sympathies to Sherrie and family.
My deepest sympathies to Sherrie and the family. Henry touched so many lives with keen intellect, nurturance and compassion. He was my mentor and friend. His legacy spans family, psychology, and politics. Henry will always be cherished in my heart.
Belated but sincere wishes to you Sherrie and your family. Barbara Hanley
(former faculty at the Nisonger Center)
Sherrie and the Leland Family:
God Bless all of you for sharing Henry with us. With his mentoring and encouragement, I finally earned my PhD. More importantly, my friend was always by my side as I faced many of life's challenges. We considered him Family and will miss him. The world is a better place because of his presence. God Bless, Henry.
May your Spirit always be with us. Deepest sympathy and condolences. Gloria H. Noel PhD and family. Contact me
I will always be blessed with fond memories of Henry as a friend and professional mentor.
Rest in Peace dear one,
We are so sorry for your loss. Sherrie, you are in my thoughts and prayers!
Not only will I be forever grateful to Henry for advising me through my Ph.D., but I am genuinely proud to have spent so much time rubbing shoulders with such brilliance. Henry, you will be sorely missed. My condolences to the entire Leland Family.
What a legacy Henry leaves! His passion, dedication, and vision towards helping people and particularly in MRDD is benefiting people around the country for years and years and how fortunate everyone who trained under Henry Leland was to be touched by his compassion and brilliance. He will be missed.
Fondly, Bob Keian
I was one of many PhD students who took Henry's 2 year course on projective testing. I am now retired, but many things I learned from him are still with me.
Cinda Wells. ( Columbus, Ohio)
Henry was my mentor at Nisonger Center. He was a gifted professional with an enormous range of skills. His values have been an influence throughout my career. My condolences to his family!
Terry Macy, PhD.
A brilliant man. I was proud to know him through Goodwill Columbus.
A tireless advocate, a great mentor and a true friend- Henry will be sorely missed. My sympathies and best wishes to Sherrie and Henry's entire family.
Dr. Daniel W. Mruzek,
to my father and fellow veteran,you shall be missed by many.
Henry was very dear to me. He was my advisor at Nisonger and was a friend as well while I earned my PHD in Psychology. I have thought of him so many times through the years and will continue to do so. Know that our thoughts are with you, Sherrie and family.
Dr. Jessie G. Shaw
My deepest sympathies to the family. Dr. Leland was a kind and gentle man whose never-ending devotion to teaching and to assisting the MRDD population and their families was an inspiration to all. I smile every time I remember him. Kathleen Kraft
Very sorry to hear about Henry!