“To a wonderful brother-in-law. You were a wonderful man; humble and modest like your obituary stated. One that can never be replaced. Love and miss you.
“I was born in 1950 and Joe & His family lived across the street , even though he was older than I he & his brother David were my first friends !!!
I have wonderful memories of all of them.. I am so sorry to hear of his passing but know he is in a wonderful place..
God Bless his family at this time.. Lots of prayers to you all..
“Leon Family, In memory of Joe and his years spent at Winton & Sunset with my older siblings. Thoughts and prayers to the Leon Family.
“I remember you fondly when you welcomed us to your home after Cynthia's husband died, I am so sorry your life on earth has ended.
“Joe, we are lighting this candle to let you know how much your friendship meant to us.
We are so sorry for your loss. Joe will be missed so much. We are honored and blessed to call you both close friends.
We will always miss our friend, Joe. We remember all the fun times we spent together in CO. We shared so many meals, holidays and outings together. You were always willing to share fun events with us.
The 17 years we knew Joe went too quickly. We remember his kindness towards us in so many circumstances. We will never forget those...
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Joe R. LeonFebruary 17, 1946 - August 3, 2013Resident of HaywardJoe was born in Hayward, CA on February 17, 1946. He passed away at the VA Hospital in Palo Alto, CA on August 3, 2013 from complications of Type I Juvenile Diabetes. He is preceded in death by his parents, Joe and Phyllis Leon and...Read More