In Memory Of

Leonard A. Aberle

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Guest Book

nicki nordell

March 28, 2007 | Buffalo, MN

My deepest sympathy to my Aunt Grayce and to my dear cousins: Kay, Sharon, Trish and Diane.
I have such good memories of my Uncle Leonard...starting from the times of visiting my cousins on Dakota Ave.! Then, Decatur Lane (the "creek" house), the parties, fun and lots of laughter..music.. and Uncle Leonard playing the wash tub base! I remember good food, canoes in the creek, more laughter and apple trees. I'm thankful for all the fun and the good memories. I'm thankful for...

deanna mitchell

March 22, 2007 | Palm City, FL

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Naturally, we appreciate family and memories while we are still living our lives, even though we have been separated by distance and endeavors. But when a loved one dies, the importance of the memories surface into what families are all about. Love, commitment, and holding hands through it all. Please feel my hands and hugs at the service. With love and eagerness to someday touch.

winky & bob bergeson

March 21, 2007 | Overland Park, KS

We want to extend our sincere condolences to the entire family and all the friends who loved Leonard. Although it's been many years since we have see him, we too have fond memories of him when we were younger. He was a wonderful man and we hope your memories of him will always give you peace and comfort.

caren beadle-spotnitz

March 21, 2007 | Northern, CA

My memory of my Uncle Leonard was a fishing story. I was 13 yrs. old and I went to visit my Aunt Grayce and Uncle Leonard. Next thing
I know I am catching northern Pikes out of a lake that was HUGE! I was used to small lakes from PHOENIX, AZ. These fish looked liked snakes.. he was a good fisherman, and a good man from my memories.
Love and strength to the family.

gerri beadle-murray

March 20, 2007 | Phoenix, AZ

I am sorry to hear of Uncle Leonard's passing. I send my deepest sympathy.
Thou I only met him a few times as a child, I do have fond memories of him.

bonnie andersen

March 20, 2007 | Phoenix, AZ

Indeed, Len was a sweet man. He stood rather silently, yet strongly supportive behind all "his girls". I only knew him as a young child, but he was memorable and I was proud to call him my uncle.
niece, Bonnie Andersen, Phoenix

lauri bohlin

March 20, 2007 | Minneapolis, MN

Aberle family,
We, the Peterson family, have great memories of weekends at the lake with Leonard and the whole gang. Waterskiing behind the Chris-Craft, and those Aberle daughters were pretty good!! Pot luck suppers with Lucille's famous brownies.... lots of good memories and so much laughter! The adults would get up to dance, and Grayce showed them all the latest steps. Memories that will live on forever.
Lauri Bohlin

stacy nelson

March 20, 2007 | Waconia, MN

I have so many great memories of my grandfather.
First of all the softball games every Memorial Day. Grandpa always had his clip board and whistle, and called all of us little ones "ankle biters". Then he would grill lunch for everyone in the backyard.
Next, I remember grandpa playing his clarinet and that old wash tub with the strings, while grandma played the piano and sang. Grandpa liked to play with his eyes closed sometimes. I can still remember his face...

gene flicek

March 20, 2007 | Edina, MN

I am so sorry to learn of Leonard's passing. My sympathy goes out to your entire family; Grayce, Dick & Sharon, Doug & Kay, Trish & Jon, Diane and all the grandchildren/great grandchildren. Leonard was a good man and I'll always remember him that way.


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