Leroy-Casale-Obituary

In Memory Of

Leroy Casale

Oakland, California

1926 - 2014

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Lee taught me how to wash my windows and gave me a professional squeegee. This task is meditative for me and tickles me as it always reminds me of him and the joy he carried. Weren't we blessed to have known him.
Leigh Trivette Malaspina

Leroy was our first Bocce Ball partner in the Ligure Club Bocce League. A great teacher and wonderful man. We will miss him greatly.

Leroy was my godfather and I am indebted to my parents for their choice. He had an infectious smile, a kind and happy heart, and a joke at the ready. He adored his wife Elma and son Paul, and took great pride in his granddaughters and their accomplishments. His efforts on behalf of the Italian community are legend and his pride in his heritage was palpable. I have such fond memories of a visit he and his family paid me when I was studying in Florence, Italy in 1964. May he rest in peace...

LEROY WAS ONE OF THE KINDEST PEOPLE ON THE PLANET...A TRUE GENTLEMAN. WE WILL MISS HIM VERY MUCH ESPECIALLY ON AUTOMOTIVE NIGHT AT THE FRATELLANZA CLUB. HE WILL TEACH THE ANGELS HOW TO PLAY BOCCE

Leroy was always the sparklingly star in the crowd. Happy go lucky Leroy! Always smiling, always kind to all! I will miss him and his major hugs! Take care of him Dear Lord, Leroy is one of a kind! Rest in loving peace Leroy! XOXO

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Leroy's Obituary

Leroy CasaleMay 16, 1926 - June 11, 2014Resident of OaklandBeloved husband of Elma Casale, and loving father of Paul (Judy), and brother of Leona Kinavey (deceased). Survived by Paul and Rose Casale (parents deceased), nieces Valerie Kinavey, Chris Kinavey (Kathy), Teresa Caya (Mike, and nephews...

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