Leonard "Len"-Seidl-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Mc Mahon Funeral Home - Luxemburg

Leonard "Len" A. Seidl

Apr 13, 1920 - Dec 13, 2015 (Age 95)

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We have alot of fond memories (like the Superbowl in New Orleans) but most recently a dinner with a lot of laughter, at Highland Howies!!We'll miss you, Len.

Taken the night we attended a Sock-Hop at Bentley Village

Len became such a good friend to me after I graduated school. He taught me many things about life, love and having fun. I was so lucky that our paths crossed. I am sorry for the loss of the Seidl family. Thank you for sharing him with me. I will carry everything he taught me in my heart forever. I thought of him like a grandfather - and will always hold him in high regard.

I had the pleasure of knowing Len through many business dealing in the Green Bay area. What a great guy with a great sense of humor. He will be missed.

Sorry for your loss. Len was a wonderful man. Steve Bischel

Steve, Terri and Jean,
We were very sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. He lived a long and full life, with many friends, and will be sorely missed.
You have our deepest sympathy.

Dear Steve, Terri, and Jean, It is with a tear and a smile that we bid farewell to your dear father. He was so very proud of each of you. Len will be remembered for his zest for life, the twinkle in his eyes and his great sense of humor. We are so sorry for your loss and our loss. We will miss him. Maggie, Naples, Florida

Steve & Mary Lynn,
We know you will miss Len, but what a grand and glorious life he had. He will be remembered for his generosity, humor and vision. He had many accomplishments throughout his life. Please know we are thinking about you at this time

Dear Steve Terri & Jean
Lenny was a legend in his own time. The Old Guard of Luxemburg has come to a close. Our families shared a lifetime of cocktails & laughter.
Barbie Barbiaux Lucak

Len will be missed by so many people. He will be missed terribly by all his buddies in the "Wednesday lunch group"here in Bonita Springs. He will be missed by his friends that watched the Packer games with him all these years at the Club and many other places. What a guys guy .


Leonard "Len"'s Obituaries

Leonard A. SeidlAll good things must come to an end.Len Seidl, 95, passed away quietly early Sunday morning, December 13, 2015 at Bentley Retirement Village in Naples Florida. Len was born in Green Bay on April 13, 1920 to George and Julia (Rueckl) Seidl. Len spent his early years growing up on...

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