Dear family of Leroy Hansburger, Leroy and I established a friendship as we both mowed grass at the then new St. Ignatius Church on Prices Distillery Road. He was both a very nice man and a true gentleman living by example of what all person should try to achieve. He always demonstrated excellent character and intergrity during our conversations and when I saw him interacting w/others in the surrounding community. We share your loss.
With Sincere Sympathy,
Kathy and Stan Mordensky
To Charlotte, Ricky and Stephen,
Please accept my sincere condolences. I have many memories of visiting your home when we lived in Damascus. I particularly recall one day when Leroy brought home a box full of old, discarded car keys from the Ford Dealer for Anne and I to play with. Will always remember his crew cut, and quiet manner. May your many memories bring you comfort during this difficult time. Sincerely, Samuel J.Leizear
I will miss your phone calls about the Ravens/Baltimore Orioles and Maryland University sports and other subjects. There will be an empty chair at the holiday table this year, but it will be filled with loving memories.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I will always remember Leroy as a pleasant and fun spirited man. Always smiling and happy. His kindness will never be forgotten.
Charlotte, Ricky and Steven our hearts go out to you with your loss of Leroy. He will be deeply missed by a lot of people. He touched so many over the years. The best to the family.
One of the best friends I ever had. Rest in peace Leroy. Tommy Hershey
So sorry for your loss. The memories will sustain you.
I looked foward to going to Damascus Chevrolet as a girl because LeRoy would take me to Red Rooster. Great memories
Leroy will be greatly missed,It's a shame that 2 good people
like Leroy and my dad [ Sparky ] passed away the same year
God be with them both
Denny Gue and family
I had the pleasure of working with and getting to know Leroy at Damascus Motors. A pure Gentleman in every sense of the word. He will be missed but never forgotten.
the last of the best salesmen around. he
always had a good lady by his side.you are on the peaseful side of life, lucky you
Our thoughts and prayers to all the family. The Bruchie's