Kay, Was sad to hear of your father's passing. He was a good friend of my Uncle Harold.
To the Leatherman Family: We are saddened to hear of your father's passing, but know that he is celebrating with your mother. They were both so kind to us when we arrived in Perrysburg in 1977 and we cherished the friendship that developed over the years. They will be missed by the community, the church, but especially by you. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Ron and Donna Eaton
I have fond memories of Wayne and valued his support of the Perrysburg Schools Foundation and other community contributions. I offer sympathy to the family.
Judy Lee Roeger Walton Trautman
Barb and I were saddened to learn of Wayne's passing. He was a person who always gladly and kindly helped us when needed. Our deepest sympathies to the family. We understand that he will be missed. ---Bill and Barb Oliver, Maumee
I was fresh out of law school when I was appointed as Prosecutor in the Perrysburg Municipal Court in 1970. I could not have been blessed with a better and more patient mentor than Judge Leatherman. He taught me respect for the law and for the Court and help me in more ways that I can say in this brief tribute. He will always hold my deepest respect and he will be missed. He was the perfect example of what a good, country lawyer should be to his clients and his community. My deepest sympathies to his family.
Wayne was a cherished member of St Luke's Cardiac Rehab for many years and has many friends there. He had such compassion and care for others and was always ready to listen and offer advice when needed. We will miss him greatly but say "well done, my good and faithful servant".
Our deepest sympathies to the family of Attorney Leatherman. During the brief time we had the chance to know him, we have all fallen in love with his gentle nature. He is a true gentleman, scholar and had the magical ability to make everyone feel special even when he was so ill. With Fondness and Sympathy, All of Us at Friends of the Family Home Health Care.
Sue and Kay,
My sympathy to you in your loss of your father. I was so fortunate to have worked for him in his law office for 16 years. He was a gentleman of the highest regard among all who knew him.
Kay, Shirley and I are sad to hear of your Fathers passing. He has helped us with legal matters in the past and you continue in his footsteps. Keep a candle lit for him, you and your family are in our prayers.
"For a Life well-lived, O Lord, we give Thanks!" Sue and Kay, may you be comforted by the memories of service and dedication that will forever follow you in the name of your loving Parents. Sister Jean Ann Smith
Dr. Leatherman im sorry for your lost my prayers will be out for you and your family God Bless you all . Ana M. Laluz
Hi Dr Leatherman im sorry for your lost my prayers will come out for you and your family . God Bless you all
Kay and Ed, I was so sorry to read of your father's passing. It is always difficult to lose a parent, no matter what age. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your father. You and your family our in my thoughts and prayers
DEAR KAY AND SUE, MY CONDOLENSES TO YOU. WHAT A GREAT MAN. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS WRE WITH YOU! LOVE AND PRAYERS, PAT BURKETT SCHANKE, NAPLES, F;
My deepest dympathies to your family. Your dad was such a good friend to my parents for so many years. I will keep you in my prayers. God bless you.
Dear family - our deepest sympathies on the loss of your father. He was a remarkable man - accomplished yet humble, intelligent yet always on a quest to learn. I know from stories my father shared that he was fun-loving and adventurous as well. I can just picture our dads and all their brothers, along with Aunt Faye, "holding court" in the heavenly Kingdom! May you find comfort in your memories. love, Barbara Leatherman Dixon and family
Dear Sue, I just heard about your dad and I want to wish you and Kay my deepest condolences. I remember your father as a respectful man that was genuinely warm and caring. I always enjoyed and admired his flowers. Respectfully, Rogelio
I remember Judge Leatherman as a man of integrity and honor... a local treasure to the Perrysburg community. I sought his council on occasion and was always enlightened. We send Blessings to his family.
Like so many others, it was my privilege to know Wayne through Grace UMC and also as the attorney for our family. Truly a good man, and my sympathy to you who remain.
Juanita Loomis, Lakeland, Florida
Know that you are in thoughts and prayers with the loss of your father. My fondest memory is how your parents were there to help the Glassmen Drum & Bugle Corps back in our day. I remember the time they made home made ice cream for the whole corps. May the Angels come to meet him and the Martyrs take him to the New and eternal Jerusalem.
Judge Leatherman sits at the right hand of God now. Peace be with you Sue and Kay and your entire family.
Dear Kay and Sue, my condolences go out to you and your family. With love and prayers, Christine Lofgren, PHS class of 1974.
It was an honor to know and care for Wayne. We remain in awe of his dedication, care, and love of Melba and family. He will be sorely missed by many; our prayers are with family at this time.
Sue and Kay ~Thinking of you and remembering the
gentle man your father was. He will be remembered with great respect.
Bilynda (Schug) Cox
My condolences to your family. may you find peace income for the words found at Matthew 5:4.
I did not know Mr. Leatherman personally, but my dad and he went to the same University. Mr Leatherman became my parents attorney for many years. Presently, daughter,Kay,is my mothers attorney.
Dear Kay and Sue,
My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Your Dad was a very special man. You are in my prayers
While I did not know him as well as many others, the short time spent with him was enough to make it clear why he was special to so many people. Mr. Leatherman was like pages out of a text on United States history, except he could walk, talk, and was far more engaging. He had a spectacular memory, and was a truly gifted storyteller. Mr. Leatherman's life was symbolic of the American Dream. He grew up on a farm, and went on to serve his country, become an attorney, own his own law practice, become a municipal judge, and be a grandfather to some wonderful kids who thought of him as the best grandfather anyone could ever have. I will always remember his wonderfully inviting smile, and the smile he put on his family's faces when he opened his mouth to speak. I understand why everyone spoke so fondly of him, and I am truly sorry for the loss being bore by his family and friends. However, I know that his memory will be kept alive in perpetuity by those that have survived him, and that is a comforting feeling. God bless.
Our deepest sympathy to Kay and Sue and Ryan.
Linda Johnson, Bill and Trey Bolander
Dear Kay and family,
We are so sorry to read of the passing of your father. He will always be remembered as a great helper to the city of Perrysburg. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Kay I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that I am thinking about you and your sister. God bless.
Kay, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
We are very sorry for your loss..Wayne was a very special man to me..
Kay, I am so sad to hear about your father's passing. The death of a parent is always so difficult no matter when it occurs but having available the memories makes it easier to handle. Treasure those memories. They will help sustain you. All my best to you and your family.
This was a man who epitomized all that's good about Wood country and our nation; he was bright, caring, the ultimate caring professional; he was Mr. Integrity both on and off the bench.
To the young man struggling to start a career in a straight commission business, he was a big brother, mentor, leader. most supportive when help was most needed. Back in the day, I was that lucky young man.
We're all better for Wayne Leatherman having passed our way;A man who lived his faith daily is altogether too rare.
To Kay, Sue and their families, our deepest sympathy;you can indeed be proud.
San Jose, Costa Rica
What a great man! Always so kind to me, and everyone else. He is now Home with Jesus. My Grandparents, Harry and Eva Weseman were his friends and they loved Judge Leatherman. God bless his family and give them comfort.