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Frederick Leak Jr.

1965 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Frederick Leak Jr. Obituary
Frederick Leak Jr., better known as "June & Train, " was born May 1, 1965, to the late Frederick Leak Sr. and Mary Louise Wilson Leak in West Palm Beach, Fla. He later attended Forrest City High School, where he graduated from in 1983. Frederick confessed hope in Christ at an early age.
Frederick passed on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017, at his home. 
Frederick worked several jobs, including Forrest City Grocery, St. Francis Farmers Co-Op, and most recently Airtherm (Mestek, Inc.) where he was employed until his death.
As a young man, Frederick met and married Schnell McKinney in August 1986, and to this union six beautiful children, three girls and three boys, were born.
Frederick was a natural-born comedian, and he knew how to make you smile. He lived his life to the fullest surrounded by family and friends. Some of his favorite pastimes were fishing, which was passed on to him from his father, watching the Dallas Cowboys, driving trucks, as well as hunting. He passed these hobbies on to his sons.
Preceding Frederick in death are his father, Frederick Leak, Sr. and his beloved grandmothers, Estella Leak and Addis Wilson.
Frederick leaves to cherish his memory, his mother, Mary Louise Leak; nine children, Tamicka Leak of Palestine, Frederick Leak III of Oklahoma City, Okla., Antonio Leak and Phyllis Leak of Palestine, Shaquita (Tyler) Duff of Jonesboro, DeAndre Leak and Carmello Langston of Little Rock, Markalin Wilson and Violet Leak of Forrest City; three sisters, Cynthia (Rodney) Rogers of Caldwell, Carolyn Leak of Atlanta, Ga., Shonta (Johnny) Butts of Brunswick, Ga.; and three brothers Francis Lerome (Freda) Leak of McDonough, Ga., James Leak and Rosha Leak of Forrest City. Frederick also leaves 12 grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends to cherish his memory.
Published in Times-Herald on Oct. 19, 2017
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