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January 3, 2015
Margo and Family,
My deepest sympathy to you and your entire family for the loss of your dad. As one of the Activity Assistant at RG, Leo was one of my most loyal to come in my morning programming. He loved our group discussion, which he enjoyed talking about his children and what he did for a living. He also enjoyed our exercises where he'd say " Are we done yet? I'm feeling much better now", active games, word games, sing along, word games and many many more. In the morning when I come up to 2nd fl, I say "Hip hip" and Leo would answer "HOOORAY". It's my pleasure and greatly honored to serve your dad to the best Of my ability. May HE Rest in Peace. I MISS LEO so badly!!
Alicel Reyes
Activity Assistant
RG at Sedgebrook
January 3, 2015
Margo and family,
So sorry about the loss of your dad. As one of the Activity Assistant at RG, I had the pleasure and great honor serving your dad daily. I vividly recall when we had exercises and ask "Are done yet? I think I'm stronger now". He loved our Ring toss activity which I let him use his right arm with the ring and gently raise arm to put ring in the pole and many more activities he participated in. I MISS LEO so badly. May He Rest in Peace.

Alicel Reyes-RG Activity Assistant
January 2, 2015
Margo, Dan, and family:
My prayers are with you all in the loss of your dad. As I read your brother's letter, I read many cherished memories of a man who truly had a life well lead. May these joyful memories sustain you during your time of grief.
January 1, 2015
As Director of the School of Accountancy, Driehaus College of Business at DePaul University, I hired Leo in 1979 as full-time lecturer after he left his job (because of a stroke) as vice-president and general manager of the Sun-Times and Chicago Daily News. He was a great addition to the faculty, always supportive of what we were trying to achieve and, of course, he made his beautiful property (and tennis court) in Winnetka open to our annual Spring/Summer faculty party. After he retired in 1991, my wife, Marian, and I would often see him and his wife, Ann, around town. He had the skill of combining good management with a strong background in accounting, which was very important to our building a professional school of accountancy. He always seem to have a good word to say. I am very glad he was my colleague and friend.