Leonard-DeLuca-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Thornridge Funeral Home of Orland Park - Orland Park

Leonard L. DeLuca

Jul 27, 1921 - Oct 25, 2012

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Nice man. I miss him. Just find out yestoday . We send our condolences.

On behalf of my family (I'm a grandson of Fred De Luca, older brother of Leonard) we send our condolences.

Dear DeLuca Family,
As a fellow Hall of Famer I know how proud you must have been of your loved one. He has gone to "Barber Heaven" and is most happy there I am sure!

Dear Fellow Hall of Famer
May God Bless you and grant you eternal happeness. It has been an honor being your friend.
Howard Warner

Dear Dino,
My prayers go out to you and your family during this most difficult time. May you find some comfort in knowing you will reunite with your dad again one day.

My deepest sympathy,
Moreen Bourdeaux

May God Bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Leonard was a great inspiration to me, sharing his talents with all. We have many wonderful memories that will last though our lives.

Deepest sympathy to the family of Leonard he was a wonderful man.

Sam LaBarbera
Executive Director
Arizona Barber Board Phoenix,Az.

My sincere condolences to the Deluca family... He was in the short time I knew him a wonderful man who left a deep impression not only on me but on the world of barbering and although deeply missed, his memory and inspiration will live on in the hearts of many.

Sam Barcelona
VP National Association of Barber Board of America.

Our condolences to the DeLuca family.
Donald Tedeschi on behalf of Donald (Dante) Tedeski and family.

Obituary

Leonard's Obituary

Leonard L. DeLuca, age 91, U.S. Army WWII Combat Veteran and Purple Heart Recipient, late of Matteson formerly of Grand Crossing. Beloved husband of the late Joyce M. nee Roberts. Devoted father of Peter (Karen) DeLuca, Dino (Kathy) DeLuca and the late Toni (Eric) Myrick. Proud grandfather of 8...

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